Barbara Nickel

BIBLIOGRAPHY

NOVELS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

1996  The Secret Wish of Nannerl Mozart   Three O’ Clock Press
2005  Hannah Waters and the Daughter of Johann Sebastian Bach  Penguin Canada

 

POETRY FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

1999  From the Top of a Grain Elevator   Dundurn Press

 

PICTURE BOOKS

2015 A Boy Asked the Wind  Red Deer Press

 

POETRY FOR ADULTS

1997  The Gladys Elegies  Coteau Books
2007  Domain  House of Anansi Press

 

RE-RELEASED

2006  Hannah Waters and the Daughter of Johann Sebastian Bach, mass market edition  Penguin Canada
2014  The Secret Wish of Nannerl Mozart,Sumach Classic edition  Three O’Clock Press

News

Barbara will read her poems written after Haydn’s Seven Last Words this coming Sunday, April 9, 2017 at 2:30 in a concert at the Langley Community Music School featuring the Arietta Strings.

http://langleymusic.com/arietta-strings/


Barbara will give poetry workshops to the Grade 6 classes at Southpointe Academy in Tsawwassen on May 23, 2017.


A Boy Asked the Wind has been selected as a starred choice in Best Books for Kids and Teens 2016 published by the Canadian Children’s Book Centre:

http://bestbooks.bookcentre.ca/#/tag/35

 


 

A Boy Asked the Wind has recently been shortlisted for two reader’s choice awards:

The 2017 Chocolate Lily Award (British Columbia) — the winner will be announced at a Gala in Vancouver on June 9, 2017.

http://www.chocolatelilyawards.com

The 2017 Rocky Mountain Book Award (Alberta)

http://www.rmba.info/rmba/nominees/2017/

 

A Boy Asked the Wind.

Trailer by Rascal Media


A Boy Asked the Wind was recently reviewed in Quill & Quire:

http://www.quillandquire.com/review/a-boy-asked-the-wind/


 

Barbara speaks about A Boy Asked the Wind on CBC’s North by Northwest.

http://www.cbc.ca/nxnw/podcast/2015/10/26/saturday-october-24/

 


 

Video by Shaw TV of Barbara presenting and talking about A Boy Asked the Wind.

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Author Visits

Interested in booking Barbara to visit your school or library? Choose from a wide range of presentations, from poetry workshops to readings of historical fiction.

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