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Canadian Titles (87 series)

Relationships and Responsibilities (Butter Tarts)  

All Canadians have relationships and responsibilities that impact their lives. Whether at school, at home, or in the community, these roles engage Canadians with the world around them. Relationships and Responsibilities offers readers a closer look at how these roles are connected to one's identity, culture, and sense of self.

S is for the Stanley Cup: A Hockey Championship Alphabet  

What is the Stanley Cup and when was it first awarded? What team has won the cup the most? And is there really a Lord Stanley and how did the cup come to carry his name? Hockey fans will find the answers to these questions and much more information in S is for the Stanley Cup: A Hockey Championship Alphabet. The Stanley Cup is the championship trophy awarded annually to the National Hockey League playoff winner and is one of the oldest and most prestigious awards in professional sports. Followin

Settler Life in Canada (True North)  

This series examines life in pioneer times, 1780-1890. These titles concentrate on how and why things were built certain ways, also discussing how things varied across the country and why. Each book includes a hands-on project to extend learning.

Sports d’aventure  

Avec ces livres, apprends-toi comment pratiquer ces sports excitants. Cette collection te décrit l'équipement dont tu auras besoin pour commenceret les compétences qu'il te faudra développer. Il t'explique également les règles de sécurité à respecter pendant la pratique de ces sports d'aventure.

Spot Les Saisons  

La nature change au rythme des saisons. Comment se comportent les animaux, les plantes et la météo pendant chacune d’entre elles? Chaque livre offre des explications simples à la portée des jeunes lecteurs et est illustré de magnifiques photos. La fonction « cherche et trouve » unique à la collection Spot, encourage une participation active parmi les jeunes lecteurs de ces premiers livres documentaires.

Surviving the Hindenburg  

On May 6, 1937, the giant German airship the Hindenburgwas destroyed by fire as it attempted to land atLakehurst Naval Base in New Jersey. Of the 93 peopleon board, a remarkable 62 survived, including WernerFranz, the ship’s 14-year-old cabin boy.In Surviving the Hindenburg, writer Larry Verstraete recountsyoung Werner’s story of the airship’s final voyage.Through Werner’s memories young readers will explorethe inner workings of the giant airship, marvel at thebreathtaking vistas from its observ

T is for Tutu  

Tutus and leotards, pointe shoes and ribbons, stretching exercises at the barre - these are all familiar images when one is thinking of ballet. But there's much more to this historic dance form than pink tulle. There's hard work with years of study. Following the alphabet, in T is for Tutu: A Ballet Alphabet dancer Sonia Rodriguez, with husband Kurt Browning, introduces this dance form from its beginnings at the court of Louis XIV to basic positions and training to famous stage roles. L is for t

The Great Canadian Road Trip (Expedition)  

Get ready to explore Canada like never before-from coast to coast to coast. This highly visual series takes readers on a road trip across the Canadian provinces and territories. Visit major cities, and head off the beaten path to explore the people, environment, foods, cultures, and history of each region. Detours add fun trivia and jokes to the road trip, while maps show the route travelled.

To Be Canadian (True North)  

Many factors mold and shape the Canadian identity. From our diverse backgrounds to our cultural beliefs, it's important that every Canadian feels accepted. To Be Canadian explores the essence of what it means to be a Canadian, and how everyone can make the country a better place to live.

Travailler dans les communautés canadiennes (Vrai nord)  

Les gens se rendent au travail à tous les jours partout au Canada. Que vous viviez dans une petite ou une grande ville, sur la ferme ou en banlieue, plusieurs types d'emplois sont disponibles. Les livres de la série Les communautés canadiennes vous en apprendront plus sur les gens qui vivent et travaillent dans desdifférentes régions du Canada, ainsi que sur les types d'emplois que vous pouvez y trouver.