Series: Dear Canada

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Alone in an Untamed Land: The Filles Du Roi Diary of Helene St. Onge (Dear Canada) by Maxine Trottier1666
Dear Canada: Winter of Peril: The Newfoundland Diary of Sophie Loveridge by Jan Andrews1721
Banished From Our Home : The Acadian Diary of Angelique Richard, Grande-Pre, Acadia, 1755 by Sharon Stewart1755
Death of My Country : The Plains of Abraham Diary of Geneviève Aubuchon (Dear Canada Series) by Maxine Trottier1759
With Nothing But Our Courage: The Loyalist Diary of Mary MacDonald (Dear Canada) by Karleen Bradford1783
Whispers of War: The War of 1812 Diary of Susanna Merritt (Dear Canada) by Kit Pearson1812
Footsteps in the Snow: The Red River Diary of Isobel Scott by Carol Matas1815
Dear Canada: A Rebel's Daughter: The 1837 Rebellion Diary of Arabelle Stevenson Toronto, Upper Canada, 1837 by Janet Lunn1837
Dear Canada: A Sea of Sorrows: The Typhus Epidemic Diary of Johanna Leary, Canada East, 1847 by Norah McClintock1847
Where the River Takes Me: The Hudson's Bay Company Diary of Jenna Sinclair by Julie Lawson1850
A Trail of Broken Dreams : The Gold Rush Diary of Harriet Palmer by Barbara Haworth-Attard1862
Dear Canada: A Desperate Road to Freedom by Karleen Bradford1863
Dear Canada: A Country of Our Own: The Confederation Diary of Rosie Dunn, Ottawa, Province of Canada, 1866 by Karleen Bradford1866
A Ribbon of Shining Steel: The Railway Diary of Kate Cameron by Julie Lawson1882
Dear Canada: Blood Upon Our Land: The North West Resistance Diary of Josephine Bouvier by Maxine Trottier1885
Days of toil and tears : the child labour diary of Flora Rutherford by Sarah Ellis1887
Orphan at My Door: The Home Child Diary of Victoria Cope (Dear Canada) by Jean Little1897
Dear Canada: That Fatal Night: The Titanic Diary of Dorothy Wilton, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1912 by Sarah Ellis1912
Dear Canada: Prisoners in the Promised Land: The Ukrainian Internment Diary of Anya Soloniuk, Spirit Lake, Quebec, 1914 by Marsha Skrypuch1914
Brothers Far from Home: The World War I Diary of Eliza Bates by Jean Little1916
Dear Canada: No Safe Harbour: The Halifax Explosion Diary of Charlotte Blackburn by Julie Lawson1917
If I die before I wake : the flu epidemic diary of Fiona Macgregor by Jean Little1918
An Ocean Apart: The Gold Mountain Diary of Chin Mei-Ling (Dear Canada) by Gillian Chan1922
A Prairie as Wide as the Sea by Sarah Ellis1926
Not a Nickel to Spare Sally Cohen : The Great Depression Diary of Sally Cohen, Toronto, 1932 by Perry Nodelman1932
Dear Canada: To Stand On My Own: The Polio Epidemic Diary of Noreen Robertson, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 1937 by Barbara Haworth-Attard1937
Exiles from the War : the War Guests Diary of Charlotte Mary Twiss by Jean Little1940
Torn Apart: The Internment Diary of Mary Kobayashi by Susan Aihoshi1941
Turned Away : the World War II Diary of Devorah Bernstein by Carol Matas1941
Dear Canada: Pieces of the Past: The Holocaust Diary of Rose Rabinowitz, Winnipeg, Manitoba, 1948 by Carol Matas1948
A Christmas to Remember : Tales of Comfort and Joy by Jean Littleshort stories
Dear Canada: Hoping for Home: Stories of Arrival by Sandra Bogart Johnsonshort stories
A Season for Miracles : Twelve Tales of Christmas by Jean Littleshort stories
Teaching with Dear Canada by Amy von Heykingteaching aid

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Stories told in diary-style by pre-teen girls living in important parts of Canada's history.

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