Colin Frizzell

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Colin Frizzell (born 1971) is Canadian author of young adult novels from Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada. He is a member of the Writers Union of Canada, the Irish Writers’ Union, the Canada Children’s Book Centre and the Canadian Society of Children's Authors, Illustrators and Performers (CANSCAIP)

Colin has penned two novels, both published by the highly acclaimed Orca Book Publishers located in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

His first novel, "Chill", was published in 2006 and as part of Orca Book Publishers award winning Orca Soundings series. The School Library Journal (US) said Chill was "...perfect for struggling and reluctant readers." Chill has also received notable praise from Kliatt and CM Magazine.

Colin's second novel, "Just J" received a Toronto Arts Council grant. Published in 2007, Just J was named as one of the top ten choices for young readers by the Ontario Library Association. The Canadian Children’s Book Centre also starred Just J in their Best Books for Kids & Teens 2008 magazine. Just J has also received positive reviews from the Globe and Mail, Voya, Kliatt, CM Magazine and School Library Journal. Just J has been translated for release in Norway and Sweden through TL-Klubben.

Works[edit]

  • Chill
  • Just J

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