The latest news

My first YA novel, Big Water, is out now! Watch my handmade book trailer by clicking here.

 

Upcoming appearances and signings

September 23: Word on the Street Toronto. I’ll be onboard the Kajama in Toronto harbour along with Alex Boyd and Kerri Sakamoto for readings and conversation 4-5 pm. Join us!

 

Reading at the Word on the Street Popup in Dufferin Grove Park this summer

 

Eat this!

Eat this! How fast food marketing gets you to buy junk (and how to fight back) has just been published by Red Deer Press. Ask for it at great bookstores near you!

Read my interview with The Lunch Tray’s Bettina Elias Siegel here. Or check out the Q&A I did with Malcolm Jolley at Good Food Revolution. It also got a starred review in Kirkus and School Library Journal and was highly recommended as “Red Leaf Literature” in the Canadian Children’s Book News!

Here’s what people are saying about it!

“Kids need to know the truth about junk food, and understand the millions of ways it’s pushed on them – everyday. Andrea’s fun and accessible book gives them the tools to fight back!”—Jamie Oliver, MBE, world-renowned chef and food campaigner

“The title says it all. This is the first and only children’s book to tell the awful truth about the way our kids are assaulted by rapacious marketers. But, most importantly, Andrea manages to tell the story to the kids themselves. Next she needs to figure out how to explain it to two-year-olds.”—Mark Bittman, best-selling author of How to Cook Everything

“Copious kid-friendly information on a vitally important topic, stylishly presented, makes this book essential. Knowledge is power.”—starred Kirkus Review

“Plenty of empowerment value and appeal for young readers and others. It could be easily incorporated into any math, sociology, or marketing class.”— Children’s Bookwatch, Midwest Book Review

Ask for it at your favourite indie bookstore or order the book here.

 

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