A custody order and Toronto’s homeless people push Al into surprising conflicts and tough decisions.
- Nominated for the Red Cedar Book Award, 2000
“Someone told me once about a girl about to go live with her dad for a year, as a result of a court order. At the end of the year she would get to (or have to) decide whether to stay with him or go back to living with her mom. I thought, ‘I can’t imagine…’ But then I did.” – KS