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Canada: Our History #2020

Canada Our History In this beautifully illustrated book fifteen of the most compelling episodes in Canada s past are presented each by a young narrator who witnessed history being made Using a key photograph as the st

  • Title: Canada: Our History
  • Author: Rick Archbold
  • ISBN: 9780385259712
  • Page: 404
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Canada: Our History By Rick Archbold, In this beautifully illustrated book, fifteen of the most compelling episodes in Canada s past are presented, each by a young narrator who witnessed history being made Using a key photograph as the starting point for each chapter, the individual narrators lead the reader through an exploration of a particular moment in Canadian history, explaining the photograph and chronIn this beautifully illustrated book, fifteen of the most compelling episodes in Canada s past are presented, each by a young narrator who witnessed history being made Using a key photograph as the starting point for each chapter, the individual narrators lead the reader through an exploration of a particular moment in Canadian history, explaining the photograph and chronicling the events of the decade in which it occurred Each section also contains 10 to 15 additional captioned images, which help the reader envision the past and enhance his or her experience of the events.Parents, children and teachers will all benefit from this exciting true story of Canada s past, which promises to become an essential component of every home and school library.

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    1. Reason for Reading I ve been reading a chapter here and there out of this book out loud to ds all year long as we studied 20th century North American history.This is a fabulous book, which unfortunately didn t stay in print for very long Starting with a chapter about an immigrant arriving in Canada in 1903 and ending with the Y2K Millennium this book presents various events from Canadian 20th century history as seen through the eyes of young Canadians ages 10 17 The narrators themselves are fict [...]

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