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Prairie Girls

Prairie Girls is an unforgettable tale of a young adult who changes her life, and those around her, as she confronts bullies and false rumours with growing self-confidence. The novel features Madeline, one of the top figure skaters in Manitoba, CG her rival, and Annie, a Red River settler who once lived Winnipeg's dynamic historical era then finds herself in the body of a 15-year-old in 21st century Winnipeg.

Readers will enjoy the quirky humour and astonishing facts, such as when Winnipeg residents tarred and feathered the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, the Winnipeg Victorias won Stanley Cup several times, and Manitoba became the first province in Canada to extend voting rights to many women.

Important places

Winnipeg (85)


Manitoba (275)


Canada (8,082)

Other geographical areas

Central Lowlands (North America) (1,334)
Canadian Praries (1,770)
Western Canada (2,591)