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The death of my country : the plains of Abraham diary of Geneviève Aubuchon —Trottier, Maxine.

In May 1759, Abenaki Indian Geneviève Aubuchon must choose between remaining with her friends in Québec or retreating to the Abenaki mission at St. Francis so that she may be safe. Includes historical note.

Our Canadian flag —Trottier, Maxine.

Long ago no flag flew over our country. This simple narrative, enhanced by powerful art and historical detail, touches on Canada's past and present as it demonstrates how much our flag has coome to mean to Canadians ever...

Storm at Batoche —Trottier, Maxine.

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

Dreamstones : story —Trottier, Maxine.

"Those are markers to lead you home, the captain told his son. People here call them Inukshuks. They say some are as old as time. David wondered at the lichen-covered stones stacked in human shapes, but there were so man...

Canadian artists —Trottier, Maxine.

A brief introduction to five outstanding artists whose works gives us a glimpse of Canada.

Canadian greats —Trottier, Maxine.

Read the fascinating true stories of five great Canadians who made out country proud: Laura Secord, Billy Bishop, Nellie McClung, Frederick Banting, and Wayne Gretzky.

Canadian explorers —Trottier, Maxine.

True stories of five amazing adventurers who explored our country from sea to sea: Jacques Cartier, Samuel de Champlain, Pierre de la Verendrye, Samuel Hearne, and David Thompson.

A circle of silver —Trottier, Maxine.

In 1760, thirteen-year-old John MacNeil, a skilled artist, leaves England to join his father on a journey to the Canadian wilderness, where his role as official cartographer brings him often dangerous adventures, includi...

Terry Fox : a story of hope —Trottier, Maxine.

A look at the life of Terry Fox, a young cancer patient who attempted to run across Canada in 1980 to raise money for cancer research.

Canadian pioneers —Trottier, Maxine.

Read the amazing true stories of five pioneers who helped shape our country: Louis Hébert, Marie-Anne Gaboury, John Crysler, Susanna Moodie, and Wasyl Eleniak.

Sister to the wolf —Trottier, Maxine.

As Cecile watches the branding iron burn into young Lesharo's flesh, she knows she must act. Defying convention, the headstrong girl buys the slave's freedom and treats him as an equal. Lesharo is a Pawnee--the People of...

Mr. Hiroshi's garden. —Trottier, Maxine.

While visiting her Gramma for the summer in Vancouver, Mary, a young girl from the Prairies befriends her neighbor Mr. Hiroshi, and helps him with his garden. After Mr. Hiroshi is interned due to the second World War Mar...

Pionniers de chez nous —Trottier, Maxine.

Read the amazing true stories of five pioneers who helped shape our country: Louis Hébert, Marie-Anne Gaboury, John Crysler, Susanna Moodie, and Wasyl Eleniak.

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