Trent Baker, The First Page
Air Date: Jan 18, 2018 1:00 AM AT
Three Oaks High School student, Trent Baker, has been shortlisted for the CBC Books project called "The First Page". His entry is one of 20 chosen from more than 2,400 entries across Canada. We'll speak with Trent and with his writing teacher , Rick Sparkes. Trent will also read his entry "Data Wars".
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