Fred on the Ice Floes

by Marie-Danielle Croteau

illustrated by Bruno St-Aubin

translated by Sarah Cummins

When Fred goes ice fishing, he finds himself alone on an ice floe, floating away from dry land and his dad.
Fred likes to imagine great adventures. When he goes ice fishing with his father he imagines they are Inuit hunters in an igloo. However, when he finds himself alone on an ice floe, floating away from dry land and his dad, Fred wishes his chilling real-life adventure would soon end.

About the Authors

Marie-Danielle Croteau

MARIE-DANIELLE CROTEAU was born in Quebecs Eastern Townships and dreamed of travel and adventure from an early age. Educated in Communications and Art History she has worked for Radio-Canada and Montreal's Musée des Beaux Arts. She has lived in Canada the Caribbean Africa and France. She has written many books for people of all ages.'

Bruno St-Aubin

BRUNO ST-AUBIN is a graphic designer whose illustrations can be seen in school texts and books for children and young people.

Sarah Cummins

Awards

Canadian Children's Book Centre Our Choice Selection
2003

Subjects (BISAC)

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