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Wow Canada!: Exploring this Land from Coast to Coast

by Vivien Bowers

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I liked the overall style of this informational book. It's narrative format really made it feel like fiction, while adding quick facts, jokes, cartoons and lists kept my attention throughout. Despite it's narrative format, this book was full of facts about Canada's provinces. I learned many things along the way, and it made me want to travel and see some of Canada's landmarks and landscapes.
  ydenomy | Jul 24, 2010 |
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Eleven-year-old Guy and his family travel from province to province --and even up to Canada's territories--learning about Canada's most famous sights and hidden gems. Features facts, sidebars, and Guy's wry comments.

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