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Pionniers de chez nous

by Maxine Trottier, illustrated by Alan Daniel & Lea Daniel

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Louis Hébert, John Chrysler, Susanna Moodie, Wasly Eleniak et Marie-Anne Gaboury, cinq pionniers qui ont aide à faire du Canada un pays extraordinaire! La vie des pionniers de Red River, des immigrants ukrainiens et des Loyalistes est décrite et illustrée dans cette fascinante introduction au passé du Canada.

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Maxine Trottier has written many award-winning children’s books, including The Tiny Kite of Eddie Wing (Canadian Library Association Book of the Year for Children), Claire’s Gift (Mr. Christie’s Book Award), Sister to the Wolf (Society of School Librarians International Honor Book) and Under a Shooting Star (Geoffrey Bilson Award Finalist). She was inspired to write Migrant after spending summers in Leamington, Ontario, where she encountered many Mennonites from Mexico.
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Maxine Trottier has written many award-winning children’s books, including The Tiny Kite of Eddie Wing (Canadian Library Association Book of the Year for Children), Claire’s Gift (Mr. Christie’s Book Award), Sister to the Wolf (Society of School Librarians International Honor Book) and Under a Shooting Star (Geoffrey Bilson Award Finalist). She was inspired to write Migrant after spending summers in Leamington, Ontario, where she encountered many Mennonites from Mexico.
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Maxine Trottier has written many award-winning children’s books, including The Tiny Kite of Eddie Wing (Canadian Library Association Book of the Year for Children), Claire’s Gift (Mr. Christie’s Book Award), Sister to the Wolf (Society of School Librarians International Honor Book) and Under a Shooting Star (Geoffrey Bilson Award Finalist). She was inspired to write Migrant after spending summers in Leamington, Ontario, where she encountered many Mennonites from Mexico.
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Contributor Notes

Maxine Trottier a écrit plusieurs livres pour les jeunes, dont bon nombre ont été primés, notamment Les vacances de Claire, qui a recu le Prix du livre M. Christie.

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