Winner of the inaugural Stellar Award for Theories of Relativity, Barbara Haworth-Attard is a native of Elmira, Ontario. From a young age, she loved going to the library on Saturday afternoons, a tradition that she still enjoys.
Originally focusing her writing on fantasy and historical fiction, Haworth-Attard has now branched out into contemporary realistic fiction. She is often asked to give workshops and readings at schools and libraries. When she’s not writing, she enjoys quilting; her quilts can be viewed on her website.
Haworth-Attard now lives in London, Ontario with her husband, two sons, cat Hubert, and a variety of other animals.
- Haunted, HarperCollins, 2009
- A is for Angst, HarperCollinsCanada, 2007
- Forget-Me-Not, HarperCollinsCanada, 2005
- Theories of Relativity, HarperCollinsCanada, 2003
- Irish Chain, HarperCollinsCanada, 2002
- Flying Geese, HarperCollinsCanada, 2001
- Love-Lies-Bleeding, Roussan Publishers, 1999
- WyndMagic, Roussan Publishers, 1999
- Buried Treasure, Roussan Publishers, 1998
- “A Hero’s Welcome”, In Winds Through Time, YA Anthology, Beach Holme Publishers, 1998
- Home Child, Roussan Publishers, 1996
- TruthSinger, Roussan Publishers, 1996
- The Three Wishbells, Roussan Publishers, 1995
- Dark of the Moon, Roussan Publishers, 1995