Anita is represented by
Marie Campbell, Transatlantic Literary Agency

 

Mailing address:
c/o 72 Glengowan Road
Toronto, Ontario
M4N 1G4
Canada

E-mail:
marie(at)tla1.com

E-mail the author directly at:
Anita(dot)daher(at)shaw(dot)ca

 


Wager the Wonder Horse!



Anita in conversation 
with CBC Radio's Ismaila Alfa 
on the subject of boys and reading.
 




















































































Anita Daher has been entrenched in the book publishing industry since 1995, writing middle grade and teen novels, including fan favourites Spider’s Song, Two Foot Punch and Racing for Diamonds. Living in an ADHD dominated household has influenced the stories she writes, and her presentations, which are geared toward captivating those who are "attention different." In 2007 she received the John Hirsch Award for Most Promising Manitoba Author. Aside from short stints as grave-plot seller, tour guide, and children’s party clown, she’s worked in aviation, publishing, and broadcasting. When not word wrangling she enjoys inhabiting characters on stage and screen.

 

        

  
 
 
(See Picture Book page for book trailer/teaser and a presentation video)
 
 “Literacy Partners of Manitoba is proud to support the launch of Itty Bitty Bits, the new children’s book written by award winning author Anita Daher and illustrated by Wendy Bailey. Anita and Wendy have captured a meaningful life lesson in an engaging and spirited children’s book and set a clear example of personal accomplishment for children and parents as well as learners and teachers in all stages of their literacy journeys.” -John McDonald, executive director Literacy Partners of Manitoba

 
In bookstores and libraries everywhere. All but Spider's Song available in e-book format. To purchase books through Amazon, go here
 
Published (and to be published) by Stabenfeldt book clubs, Norway (other rights available, worldwide):
Wager the Wonder HorseThe Wilderness Cure, The Hustle, Billeh the Kid. 
For details on these titles contact Marie Campbell with the Transatlantic Literary Agency
 
 
Coming Spring 2015 from Rebelight Publishing, Canada: Wonder Horse