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Name  Sylvia McNicoll
Role  Writer
Education  Concordia University

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Books  Crush Candy Corpse, Best Friends Through, Revenge on the Fly, Bringing up Beauty, Last Chance for Paris

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Sylvia McNicoll (born 1954) is a Canadian children's writer who lives in Burlington, Ontario.

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McNicoll was born in Ajax, Ontario and grew up in Montreal, Quebec.For eight years she worked as features editor for Today's Parent Toronto while she was writing her novels for young people. She also served as Artist in Residence for numerous schools in Ontario and Writer in Electronic Residence for schools across Canada.Now, besides writing books that get published in Norway, Sweden, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Australia, Canada and the US, she visits classrooms and libraries to teach and motivate writers, whatever their age. Syliva McNicoll is married to Robert McNicoll and they have three adult children: Jennifer, Craig and Robin. Sylvia has four grandsons, Hunter, William, Desmond and Fletcher and four granddaughters Jadzia, Violet, Finley and Scarlett.

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Her daughter, Jennifer, is also an author who writes science fiction under the name J M Filipowicz.

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Sylvia McNicoll won the Silver Birch Award for "Bringing Up Beauty".

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Awards

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1996 Silver Birch for "Bringing Up Beauty"

1996 Manitoba Young Reader’s Choice Award for "Bringing Up Beauty"

2000 Explora-toy Best Novel for "Caught in a Lie"

2011 Creative Burlington’s inaugural Arts Recognition Award

"'2012 Hamilton Arts Award for "Last Chance for Paris"

References

Sylvia McNicoll Wikipedia


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