Saskatchewan Children's Writers' Round Robin

No Place for Kids

No Place for Kids, by Alison Lohans

No Place for Kids, by Alison Lohans

Author: Alison Lohans
Publisher: Roussan, 1999

Canadian Children’s Book Centre Our Choice Citation
Finalist for the Saskatchewan Book Awards Best Children’s Book category

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3 comments on “No Place for Kids

  1. Jolene
    February 19, 2011

    whats the book about?

  2. Alison
    March 25, 2011

    Hi, Jolene –

    Sisters Sarah and Jen are on the run. After their mom died, their dad started drinking and his problem has grown so bad now they no longer even have a place to live. They want to get from Winnipeg to Vancounver, where their aunt lives – but they don’t know her address or phone number. Because the girls have been doing odd jobs now and then, they’ve been able to save up a bit of cash, which they spend on bus tickets. But they only have enough to get to Regina. On the way, bossy Jennifer gets sick – and so it’s up to Sarah to make some decisions about how they can survive in Regina, on their own, until they’re able to buy more bus tickets to get them the rest of the way.

    I originally wrote this book after I wrote Mystery of the Lunchbox Criminal, where two runaways hiding in a school mess things up badly for J.J. and his friends.

    Thanks for asking!

    Alison

    • latavia
      June 13, 2011

      ‘ best book ever ‘ legit is my favorite book ever , where have this book been my whole life (: im in love make a part 2 like asap . please legit i love it !!

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