One is Canada

One Is Canada Is A Counting Book With A Difference One To Ten Become Than Numbers Each One Is A Celebration Of Canada, Its Land And Its People, Its Culture And Its Heritage.Defining Canadian Geography While At The Same Time Introducing The First Peoples And The Group Of Seven Is No Small Feat, And Maxine Trottier And Bill Slavin Accomplish This With A Sense Of Delight And Wonder, Each Lyrical Stanza And Colorful, Energetic Illustration Building To An Unabashed, Multicultural Celebration Of Our Identity.One Is Canada Is Not Just A Counting Book For Pre Schoolers It S A Book For Teachers, Parents, Librarians And Children Of All Ages Plus, It Has An Added Notes On Canada Section That Gives Readers Details On Each Stanza And Illustration, A Feature Sure To Stimulate Curiosity And Learning.One is Canada

Maxine Trottier is the award winning writer of numerous books for young people, including Claire s Gift winner of the Mr Christie s Book Award , Laura A Childhood Tale of Laura Secord, the Circle of Silver Chronicles, and The Tiny Kite of Eddy Wing winner of the CLA Book of the Year Award A former teacher and an avid sailor, Maxine has long been fascinated by history She is now an associate

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  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • One is Canada
  • Maxine Trottier
  • English
  • 25 December 2018
  • 9780006386636

9 thoughts on “One is Canada

  1. says:

    Worldview Universally AcceptableSetting Location Canada Time Period CurrentReview This counting book is a refreshing change from others of it s kind The author has chosen significant Canadian subject matter for each number, and paired them successfully Six Nations and The group of seven are among the most successful choices the author has made The art work is lovely and detailed.The image for the 3 oceans includes 21 different kinds of sea creatures found along Canada s Coast A legend at the back of the book allows a reader to identify each element of the art work included in the book.A counting book would normally appeal to a much younger audience This book be a stretch for very young children to appreciate Older children may not like the counting and repetitive nature of the story The content may be dif...

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