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Lighthouse

Lighthouse

A Story of Remembrance
by Robert Munsch
illustrated by Janet Wilson
edition:Hardcover
also available: Paperback
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A moving story of love and remembrance - for anyone who has ever lost a loved one.

Young Sarah can't sleep following her grandpa's funeral, so she wakes up her dad in the middle of the night. He agrees to take her where Grandpa used to take him as a boy - the lighthouse. On the way there, Sarah and her dad drink coffee and eat donuts - just as Grandpa would have liked. When they climb to the top of the lighthouse, Sarah throws a flower out to sea in her grandpa's memory.

Inspired after a reading i …

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Canada Alphabet Book

Canada Alphabet Book

edition:Paperback
tagged : alphabet

Learn about our country and all the wonderful places and people in it. More than just the letters of the alphabet, these books contain fascinating tidbits about Canada in full colour with illustrations and photos. Not only will these books teach children about Canada while they learn their letters, but parents may learn a thing or two as well!

“B” is for Beaver—our official national animal. “C” is for Canada—our country strong and free. “M” is for Maple Leaf—the symbol on our f …

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New Children's Song (3) Book&CD

New Children's Song (3) Book&CD

edition:Book

Children's Songs for Fun Today provides opportunities for kindergarten kids to begin english language acquisition through singing and playing. They will have fun by learning the songs and doing the actions. The 36 songs in these books are about everyday experience-saying hello and goodbye, our bodies, who are ourfamily members, safely when walking, what's your name, animals, colours, counting and many concepts that the children already know from their day-to-day living experiences. Teachers and …

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Weird Facts about Canadian Animals

Weird Facts about Canadian Animals

edition:Paperback
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Some of the weirdest animals in the world live right here in our own Canadian backyard: -Flying squirrels have special flaps of skin stretching from their ankles to their wrists so the squirrel can glide from tree to tree. -The polar bear does not need to drink water. Its body makes all the water it needs when it digests the bear's favourite food--seal blubber -Narwhals live in the Arctic. They have a long tooth that grows out of their upper lip.

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My Canada

My Canada

An Illustrated Atlas
edition:Paperback
also available: Hardcover

This picture book atlas of Canada is a whimsical, informative introduction to our country from sea to sea to sea. Each province and territory is featured on its own spread, with icons and labels indicating the capital city, other major cities, key lakes and rivers, iconic landmarks, animals, and plants, significant national and provincial parks, and more.

Each map is lively and colorful with plenty of details to discover. Simple labels make key places and landmarks easily searchable for furt …

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Byron Through the Seasons

Byron Through the Seasons

A Dene-English Story Book
edition:Paperback

This Dene-English story book was produced by the students and teachers of Ducharme Elementary School in La Loche, Saskatchewan, with assistance from local advisors and elders. Together, they wrote the story, translated it, and worked on the pictures.

Their goal was to highlight some aspects of Dene culture that were vital in the past and are still important today. They wanted to show the continuity of a genuine and successful way of life, and emphasize culturally-significant events and attitudes …

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