Heather Smith

Heather
Smith

Heather Smith is originally from Newfoundland, and now lives in Waterloo, Ontario.  Her novel, The Agony of Bun O’Keefe, won the Ontario Library Association’s White Pine Award and the Ruth and Sylvia Schwartz Award, and was shortlisted for the Amy Mathers Teen Book Award and the Geoffrey Bilson Award for Historical Fiction. It also received starred reviews from Kirkus and Quill and Quire and was named a best book of 2017 by Kirkus, Bank Street College of Education, Globe and Mail and Quill and Quire (honorable mention), as well as selected as an Outstanding International Book by USBBY.

Heather Smith is originally from Newfoundland, and now lives in Waterloo, Ontario.  Her novel, The Agony of Bun O’Keefe, won the Ontario Library Association’s White Pine Award and the Ruth and Sylvia Schwartz Award, and was shortlisted for the Amy Mathers Teen Book Award and the Geoffrey Bilson Award for Historical Fiction. It also received starred reviews from Kirkus and Quill and Quire and was named a best book of 2017 by Kirkus, Bank Street College of Education, Globe and Mail and Quill and Quire (honorable mention), as well as selected as an Outstanding International Book by USBBY.

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