Our Canadian Girl: Treasury Volume One

Our Canadian Girl Treasury Volume One Since the first Our Canadian Girl book was published children teachers and librarians across the country have raved about the courageous young girls who bring Canada s past to life Now fans of the

  • Title: Our Canadian Girl: Treasury Volume One
  • Author: Sharon E. McKay Julie Lawson
  • ISBN: 9780670044849
  • Page: 388
  • Format: None
  • Since the first Our Canadian Girl book was published, children, teachers and librarians across the country have raved about the courageous young girls who bring Canada s past to life Now, fans of the acclaimed series can collect beautiful hardcover editions of the first four books that started it all.In Emily Across the James Bay Bridge, Emily discovers B.C s ChinatownSince the first Our Canadian Girl book was published, children, teachers and librarians across the country have raved about the courageous young girls who bring Canada s past to life Now, fans of the acclaimed series can collect beautiful hardcover editions of the first four books that started it all.In Emily Across the James Bay Bridge, Emily discovers B.C s Chinatown in 1896 and befriends Hing, her middle class family s servant In Penelope Terror in the Harbour, Penelope s world is rocked literally with the 1917 Halifax harbour explosion In Marie Claire Dark Spring, Marie Claire s life in 1885 Montreal is turned topsy turvy amidst a smallpox outbreak and some drastic family changes, and in Rachel A Mighty Big Imagining, Rachel, a freed slave, dreams of a better life in Nova Scotia, only to find that Canada brings its own set of hardships.

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    About "Sharon E. McKay Julie Lawson"

    1. Sharon E. McKay Julie Lawson

      Sharon E McKay was born in 1954 in Montreal, Quebec, and earned a B.A from York University in 1978 She lives in Prince Edward Island.Series Our Canadian Girl Penelope Charlie WilcoxAwards Arthur Ellis Award Best Juvenile 2009 War Brothers WinnerHackmatack Children s Choice Book Award Fiction 2002 Charlie Wilcox Winner

    876 thoughts on “Our Canadian Girl: Treasury Volume One”

    1. i thought there would be more to the stories, but it seemed like the ended at just the beginning. slightly disappointedory #1 favorite part was when Rachel made a friende worst part was when Rachel and her family were slavese best character was Rachel because she was the main charactere worst character was the person who made them be slaves because people should not be slaves for people just because they are differentory#2 favorite part was when Marie-Claire's father survived the firee worst par [...]


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