The Kids Book of Canada
Super Savings Item! Save 34% on the The Kids Book of Canada by Kids Can Press at Cmc Schools. MPN: FBA-|287814. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. 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 years after its debut, this title in the acclaimed Kids Book of series is more than ever an indispensable tool for researching school projects or a conversation piece for sharing Canadian facts with friends and family. Bursting with rich
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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 years after its debut, this title in the acclaimed Kids Book of series is more than ever an indispensable tool for researching school projects or a conversation piece for sharing Canadian facts with friends and family. Bursting with rich and detailed illustrations, this book is as far-ranging, fascinating and full of surprises as the country it describes.Inside you'll find? colorful maps of the provinces and territories showing major cities, rivers, mountains and points of interest.? the provincial and territorial coat of arms, flowers, birds and trees.? details of famous Canadians and important events, plus a time line to guide you through each province's and territory's history.? current information on Canada's growing industries and evolving environmental challenges.? updated references to the Aboriginal Peoples in Canada.
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Kids Can Press
0.25 x 12 x 9.13 inches
8.8 x 0.2 x 11.9 inches
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