Presenting four titles in the Quest Biography series profiling prominent figures in Canada's history. In these four books, we explore the cultural heritage at the roots of Canada's present-day multicultural society. In the lives of abolitionist Underground Railway hero Harriet Tubman, Metis revolutionary Louis Riel, frontiersman Simon Girty, and aboriginal elder stateswoman Molly Brant, we discover that the struggle for inclusion and human rights has existed since the dawn of Canada's modern history.
- Harriet Tubman
- Louis Riel
- Simon Girty
- Molly Brant
Peggy Dymond-Leavey is a writer, poet, and storyteller. Her books for young people include Sky Lake Summer, The Deep End Gang, The Path Through the Trees, and Growing Up Ivy. She is the author of Quest biographies Mary Pickford and Laura Secord, which was a finalist for the Speaker's Book Award in 2013. Peggy lives in Trenton, Ontario.