Caroline Pignat

Caroline Pignat is an Irish-Canadian novelist and teacher.
Caroline Pignat is the author of Shooter. (Angela Flemming)

Caroline Pignat is an Irish-Canadian novelist and teacher. She was born in Dublin and raised in Ottawa.

Her book Greener Grass won the 2009 Governor General's Literary Award for young people's literature — text. In 2015, Pignat received a second Governor General's Literary Award for her free verse novel The Gospel Truth. She published a book of poetry for children entitled Poetree, illustrated by François Thisdale. Her other books include Shooter, Egghead, Unspeakable, Wild Geese and Timber Wolf.

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