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Rescue in the Rockies

Janey, almost 15, can't figure out why she agreed to come with her grandmother to a swanky Banff hotel in the Rocky Mountains. Watching Granny flirt with her new beau Charlie is bad enough.


But Charlie's invited his teenaged grandson, Max, and he's a massive pain.  So why does Max show up at Janey's side when she time-travels into Banff's past?  And what can she learn from Mary and  Grace, two Stoney Nakoda girls from long ago?

For Teachers:
Rita's Borders, Barriers and Bridges presentation shares Canada's history of its treatment of Indigenous Peoples and of its First World War interment camp.

[Feutl's] latest book – a fast-paced Banff-set novel which sees its 14-year-old heroine through several historical time travel adventures with Stoney Nakoda characters (and detainees in a WW2 internment camp ) – was gripping, credible, well-researched, political (espousing Canadian First Nations’ history and human trafficking in Europe), and fun, and that’s just the plot – the writing itself was topnotch.
--Shelley A. Leedahl, SaskBooks

While this book is meant for younger readers, anyone who enjoys history, intelligent storytelling and a quick, lively read will appreciate Rescue in the Rockies, especially given the local backdrop.
​--Rob Alexander, Rocky Mountain Outlook

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