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The Kids Book of Canada

|September 1, 2007


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Finally, the premier children's resource on Canada is available in a fully revised paperback edition --- bringing up to date this bestselling treasury of information that has long been an essential book for schools, libraries and homes from coast to coast. Ten…
A Pioneer Sampler: The Daily Life of a Pioneer Family in 1840

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In a blend of fiction and nonfiction, these stories illuminate not only pioneer farm life, but everyday situations that occur in any era. "Laura Ingalls Wilder meets David Macaulay in this thoroughly engaging book." -- Publishers Weekly, starred review
A Question of Loyalty

|July 1, 1993


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Finding the wounded rebel in the barn was just the beginning of Deborah's troubles. If she is caught hiding Dan, her family will be branded as traitors and their barn burned. If she turns him over to the sheriff, he will be hanged! Deborah is torn between a…
Factory Girl

|February 1, 2007

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At the dingy, overcrowded Acme Garment Factory, Emily Watson stands for eleven hours a day clipping threads from blouses. Every time the boss passes, he shouts at her to snip faster. But if Emily snips too fast, she could ruin the garment and be docked pay. If…
A Pioneer Thanksgiving: A Story of Harvest Celebrations in 1841

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Combining fiction and nonfiction, this dramatic story follows the Robertson family as they prepare for Thanksgiving in the year 1841. As with all Canadian pioneer families, Thanksgiving is a special day for the Robertsons, but this year they have more reasons…
Gold Rush Fever: A Story Of The Klondike, 1898

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The year is 1898. Over the last decade, North America has been ground down by a depression. Wages are low, jobs are scarce and people are getting desperate. Although Aunt Rachel isn't happy about 13-year-old Tim and his older brother, Roy, heading off to the…