The Pioneers: The Picture Story of Canadian Settlement McClelland and Stewart 1968 Submitter: The non-fiction section of our school library in Quebec hasn’t been weeded since…well, ever, so now that we’re undertaking it there have been good pickings. We came across
Canada The land and its people Harris 1976 Country books are a pet peeve of mine. Canada, in particular, has been suffering the indignity of having some seriously outdated materials stuck in Michigan libraries. (You know who you are.) We
Canadian Dinosaurs Kelsey 2003 Thanks to a librarian friend, here is a book on Canadian dinosaurs (as opposed to those pesky American Dinos). I am imagining a few Canadian Dinos taking in some Tunnel Bar-B-Q, hitting a casino or strip club, and
The True Book of Little Eskimos Copeland 1953 The First Book of Eskimos Brewster 1952 Yikes! I don’t really know where to begin. Here we have two ancient books on Eskimos. Both of these titles are older than me! Little
Canadian Garbage Collectors Bourgeois and LaFave 1991 Submitter: While weeding the nonfiction section at my daughter’s elementary school, which is not in Canada, I came across this never-circulated gem. The back cover promises that the content is “totally Canadian.” Really.
Made in Canada Bonner 1960 I ran across this gem while looking at country books, and found quite a few choice items on our Young Giant to the North. This book is a book for youth on native people’s art.
In a Canadian Attic: an invaluable guide to almost every conceivable antique or art object that might be found in a Canadian attic Stevens 1963 My guess is that valuable items have appeared in Canadian attics in the last 48
Canada Young Giant of the North Leitch 1964 I was so excited to learn about our neighbor to the north. This was definitely written for an American audience. Toward the end was a nice historical timeline comparing Canada and the US. Too bad it