Canadian fictionBiography, War and military biography, Canadian biography, Canadian authors (Non-fiction)
Major-General Lewis MacKenzie is the best-known Canadian soldier since the Second World War. In this memoir, he relates how he…created Sector Sarajevo, and with a 30-nation UN force set out to liberate the airport to receive desperately needed food and medical supplies. MacKenzie became an international celebrity as he used the media -- "the only weapon I had" -- to maximum advantage. He also recounts the highlights of eight previous peacekeeping tours in the Middle East, Cyprus, and Vietnam. 1993.
Canadian fictionAward winning non-fiction, Biography, War and military biography, Canadian biography, Canadian authors (Non-fiction)
It's 1993, and the Democratic Republic of Congo is going through major political changes. Five-year-old Michel is playing with friends…one day when, without warning, a group of rebel soldiers pulls up to the school grounds. Forced onto trucks, the frightened boys are taken to a camp in the hills. There they are thrust into a terrifying and violent world. Grades 5-8. Winner of the 2017 Red Maple Non-Fiction Award. 2015.