Published November 1998
by Tandem Library .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Format||School & Library Binding|
To Dance at the Palais Royale is for readers ages 12 and up. From the book. Aggie was shaking when she left the kitchen, but her mind was clear. This was just about the worst thing that could Book Reviews. To Dance at the Palais Royale. by Janet McNaughton. Here’s a nice tale to stick on the Early Modern end of the Canadian historical fiction shelf. Janet McNaughton has taken a thread from her own family to explore Toronto in the Jazz Age, a period rarely examined in Canadian, American, or British fiction for young readers. In To Dance at the Palais Royale: Janet Elizabeth McNaughton: Books - Skip to main content. Try Prime Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. Books. Go Search Best Sellers Gift Ideas New Releases Deals Store Coupons The bewitching story of Aggie, a year-old Scottish girl who comes to Canada in to work as a domestic servant in a wealthy Toronto home, won numerous literary awards when it was first published almost 10 years ago. To Dance at thePalais Royale captured the following honours: • The Violet Downey Book Award, IODE National Chapter • The Geoffrey Bilson Award for Historical Fiction › Books › Children's Books › History.
To Dance at the Palais Royale is a young adult historical fiction and is written in the third-person, immediate-engaging. Quotation: “I really must get back to work now,” she said. “It’s almost time for lunch and the table’s still covered in silver.” Canadian Book Review Annual (): ; Quill and Quire 62 (Aug. ) To Dance at the Palais Royale by Janet McNaughton Posted by Amy on in Book Reviews, Ontario | 0 comments Summary: Moving across the ocean from Scotland to Toronto, Ontario, Aggie Maxwell is joining her sister Emma in a new country to work as a domestic and raise money to fund the rest of her family’s immigration to Welcome to my pages for To Dance at the Palais Royale. This book is set in Toronto in the late s, and is based very loosely on the lives of my mother's three oldest sisters, Barbara, Jean and Janet McIvor. My main character, Agnes Maxwell, is the seventeen-year-old daughter of a Scottish coal miner who comes to Toronto in to work as a The bewitching story of Aggie, a year-old Scottish girl who comes to Canada in to work as a domestic servant in a wealthy Toronto home, won numerousliterary awards when it was first published almost 10 years ago. To Dance at thePalais Royale captured the following honours:
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