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The kids book of Aboriginal peoples in Canada —Silvey, Diane.

Explores the traditional cultures of the seven major Aboriginal groups in Canada, and looks at the threat to these cultures posed by the arrival of Europeans.

What was Pearl Harbor? —Demuth, Patricia, author.

Shares coverage of the events surrounding the December 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, offering insight into the devastation that sank four battleships and killed more than two thousand servicemen before propelling the Unit...

Storm at Batoche —Trottier, Maxine.

An imaginary encounter between a little lost boy and Louis Riel.

The kids book of Canada's railway and how the CPR was built —Hodge, Deborah.

A tale of the people who built, operated and rode the Canadian Pacific Railway, the enormous challenges they faced, and how the railway evolved over the last century to help shape the Canada we know today.

The kids book of Canada at war —MacLeod, Elizabeth.

Examines Canada's military history from the earliest battles to the present.

The kids book of Canadian immigration —Hodge, Deborah.

Charts the history of immigration to Canada from Britain, Europe, and Asia including real life stories of those who immigrated.

The Kids book of Canadian firsts —Wyatt, Valerie.

"With almost 150 entries - in categories such as technology, nature, transportation and food - readers explore many events and discoveries that are firsts in Canada or the world" Cf. Our choice, 2002.

The kids book of great Canadian women —MacLeod, Elizabeth.

Brief biographies of more than 130 outstanding women of Canada and their achievements in exploration, science, the arts, politics and many other fields.

The kids book of Canadian history —Hacker, Carlotta.

An informative overview of Canadian history with many of the people, places and events that have helped to shape the country, from Viking explorer Leif Ericsson, who first set foot on Canadian soil around 1000 A.D., to C...

The kids book of Canadian prime ministers —Hancock, Pat, 1946-

An introduction to Canada's system of government and the responsibilities of the prime minister and facts about the twenty men who have governed Canada as prime minister.

Lucy Maud Montgomery —MacLeod, Elizabeth.

The story of Canadian writer Lucy Maud Montgomery, author of Anne of Green Gables.

The seventh expert : an interactive medieval adventure —Oakley, Mark, 1970-

An adventure game for children which uses the history of Medieval England.

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