A Rebel's Daughter: The 1837 Rebellion Diary of Arabella Stevenson is a fictional diary written by Janet Lunn. The book was the only book Lunn penned for the Dear Canada series. It was published in September 2006.
- "This book is dedicated with love to my grandson David Lunn, newly launched on his teaching career.
The author would particularly like to thank Christopher Moore, Carol Martin, Jeffrey Kelly and my wonderfully unflagging editor, Sandy Bogart Johnston."
- "Friday, 8 June, 1838
Oh, Diary, the poor prisoners! They looked so sad. They were brave, I know they were, but they looked so sad! They were bound together in heavy iron chains and those hateful soldiers were making them walk too fast. No matter how I pushed my way through the crowd, I could not reach Papa. I waved to him and I called and called. I think he might have heard me because he did look back once. He looked very brave. I shall confess to you, Diary, that I could scarcely see after that because I could not keep from crying. I tried hard not to, but I could not stop myself. I hope, I hope, I hope that Papa knew that I was there."
- Main article: List of A Rebel's Daughter characters
- Main article: Janet Lunn
- "Thanks to Barbara Hehner for her careful checking of the manuscript, and to Dr. Elwood Jones of Trent University, for his historical expertise on Upper Canadian religion and politics, and for his insights into the lively debate about the 1837 rebellion."