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  • Oak Island Family

    The Restall Hunt for Buried Treasure

    by Lee Lamb

    A fabulous treasure lies buried deep within an island on Canadas East Coast. Or so they say. For more than 200 years, treasure-hunters have come to Oak Island, spent fortunes, worked long and hard, and left empty-handed.When Bob Restall and his family got their chance to search for treasure on Oak Island, they believed they soon would succeed where others had failed. But the island resisted. For ... Read more

    $8.90 AUD

  • True Stories of Rescue and Survival

    Canada's Unknown Heroes

    by Carolyn Matthews

    A crab boat off Newfoundland catches fire, and a rescue is undertaken by helicopter. A child goes missing in a New Brunswick forest, and a desperate hunt is mounted. A climber falls on a British Columbia mountain, and a helicopter rescue is attempted. A civilian chopper crashes in Nunavut, and a search-and-rescue team braves a savage snowstorm to find survivors.True Stories of Rescue and Survival ... Read more

    $8.90 AUD

  • House of Dreams: The Life of L. M. Montgomery

    by Liz Rosenberg and 1 more

    An affecting biography of the author of Anne of Green Gables is the first for young readers to include revelations about her last days and to encompass the complexity of a brilliant and sometimes troubled life.Once upon a time, there was a girl named Maud who adored stories. When she was fourteen years old, Maud wrote in her journal, “I love books. I hope when I grow up to be able to have lots of ... Read more

    $12.31 AUD

  • No Time to Say Goodbye

    Children’s Stories of Kuper Island Residential School

    by Sylvia Olsen

    No Time to Say Goodbye is a fictional account of five children sent to aboriginal boarding school, based on the recollections of a number of Tsartlip First Nations people. These unforgettable children are taken by government agents from Tsartlip Day School to live at Kuper Island Residential School. The five are isolated on the small island and life becomes regimented by the strict school routine. ... Read more

    $9.21 AUD

  • P is for Puffin

    A Newfoundland and Labrador Alphabet

    by Janet Skirving and 1 more

    If someone should ask you "Where you 'longs to?," he's probably from Newfoundland and Labrador, and he wants to know where you are from. The name of this exotic and wonderfully unusual province was officially changed to include Labrador in 2001. P is for Puffin takes children on an alphabetical tour of this fascinating land, where they can see 60-foot icebergs and 22 varieties of whales, make ... Read more

    $22.10 AUD

  • Fight On!

    Cape Breton Coal Miners, 1900-1939

    by Joanne Schwartz

    In early twentieth-century Cape Breton, coal mines stretched far out under the ocean. The workers, mostly men, but also children and ponies, spent all day in the dark, damp mines. Each day the workers descended into the mines, they risked never seeing sunlight or their families again. They were miserable and fearful, working in dangerous conditions where fatal accidents were common. So the brave ... Read more

    $8.90 AUD

  • Harold Cardinal - Professor, Politician & Activist Who Used the Pen to Fight for the Six Nations | Canadian History for Kids | True Canadian Heroes - Indigenous People Of Canada Edition

    by Professor Beaver

    series True Canadian Heroes #17
    Harold Cardinal lived a life of resistance and fulfillment. He was a man who initiated program that affirm Indigenous religion, tradition and culture. He was a also a leader who explored treaty negotiations and agreements from the perspectives of the First Nations community elders. Pick up lessons from the extraordinary life of Harold Cardinal. Use this educational book today. ... Read more

    $6.92 AUD

  • Canadian Sports Sites for Kids

    Places Named for Speedsters, Scorers, and Other Sportsworld Citizens

    by Christopher MacKinnon

    Everything you need to know about Canadian places named after our sports stars.In Canada, sports aren’t just entertainment; they’re literally part of the landscape. We’ve named everything from parks and streets to schools and stadiums after some of our favourite pro athletes and sports figures past and present.Wayne Gretzky Drive, Mike Weir Park, Roberto Luongo Arena, the Cindy Klassen Centre, ... Read more

    $8.90 AUD

  • Fatty Legs (10th anniversary edition)

    by Margaret-Olemaun Pokiak-Fenton and 3 more

    The beloved story of an Inuvialuit girl standing up to the bullies of residential school, updated for a new generation of readers.Margaret Olemaun Pokiak-Fenton’s powerful story of residential school in the far North has been reissued to commemorate the memoir’s 10th anniversary with updates to the text, reflections on the book’s impact, and a bonus chapter from the acclaimed follow-up, A Stranger ... Read more

    $12.31 AUD

  • TOUR! North America

    Level 2

    by Lisa Kurkov

    series Spectrum® Readers #2
    From the icy Canadian Arctic, to the U.S. midwestern plains, to the balmy shores of Mexico, North America is vast and varied. TOUR! North America explores our fascinating continent.The Spectrum® Readers are the perfect Common Core aligned tool to support the development of nonfiction reading skills. Each leveled reader features high-interest informational content, exciting full-color photo images, ... Read more

    $6.92 AUD

  • Countries in North and South America : Canada, USA, Mexico and Brazil | Geography Books Junior Scholars Edition | Children's Explore the World Books

    by Baby Professor

    It’s amazing how two connected continents can have such a huge difference in climate. That’s the case in the North and South America. In this ebook, your child will read and learn about Canada, USA, Mexico and Brazil. Let your child become more aware of diversity by getting a better understanding of cultures and traditions from around the world. Grab a copy today. ... Read more

    $8.35 AUD

  • I'm Finding My Talk

    by Rebecca Thomas and 1 more

    A response to Rita Joe’s iconic poem “I Lost My Talk,” and published simultaneously with the new children’s book edition illustrated by Pauline Young, comes a companion picture book by award-winning spoken-word artist and Mi’kmaw activist Rebecca Thomas. A second-generation residential school survivor, Thomas writes this response poem openly and honestly, reflecting on the process of working ... Read more

    $11.32 AUD

  • B is for Bluenose

    A Nova Scotia Alphabet

    by Susan Tooke and 1 more

    Who were the first people of Nova Scotia? What massive star-shaped fortress can be found in Halifax? What type of water plant not only provides food and shelter to Canadian wildlife but also lessens coastal erosion? The answers to these questions, along with many facts, traditions, and much history can be found in B is for Bluenose: A Nova Scotia Alphabet. Readers young and old can travel the ... Read more

    $22.10 AUD

  • McCurdy and the Silver Dart

    by Les Harding

    McCurdy and the Silver Dart recounts the thrilling story of J. A. McCurdy, Canada’s aviation pioneer. Born in Baddeck, Nova Scotia, Douglas McCurdy had a unique childhood during which he assisted world-famous scientist and inventor, Alexander Graham Bell in fascinating and frequently dangerous experiments conducted with kites and airplanes. He was the first person to fly an airplane in the British ... Read more

    $12.31 AUD

  • Canada For Kids: People, Places and Cultures - Children Explore The World Books

    by Baby Professor

    This time, let’s head to the Northern part of the world – Canada! Did you know that there are a lot of beautiful sights in Canada? This book features only some of them. By reading this educational material, your child will be introduced to the Canadian culture and people. It will also help your child understand how different other cultures are, and move on to comparisons too. Buy a copy today! ... Read more

    $6.92 AUD

  • 4 Continents in 1 Big Book: Asia, Africa, North America and Antarctica | Geography Lessons Junior Scholars Edition | Children's Explore the World Books

    by Baby Professor

    This is going to be one huge ebook for a child to read! In it are geography lessons on Asia, Africa, North America and Antarctica. Encourage your child to read because reading comes with many benefits including the obvious increase in knowledge, vocabulary and spelling. Grab a copy and begin studying today. ... Read more

    $8.35 AUD

  • Clara Hughes - The Only Canadian Athlete Who Won Medals at Two Olympic Games | Canadian History for Kids | True Canadian Heroes

    by Professor Beaver

    series True Canadian Heroes #10
    Clara Hughes is famous for being the only Canadian to have won medals at the Olympic Summer and Olympic Winter Games. You can say that Clara was born to be an athlete but it was her undying dedication to better her skills that made her a champion. If you want an inspiration to do better and to never give up, look up to Clara. Read her story today. ... Read more

    $6.92 AUD

  • Kateri Tekakwitha - The First Aboriginal Woman Saint Who Died "Beautiful" | Canadian History for Kids | True Canadian Heroes - Indigenous People Of Canada Edition

    by Professor Beaver

    series True Canadian Heroes #15
    Kateri Tekakwitha lost all reasons to smile when an epidemic of smallpox in her village made her an orphan. But instead of giving up, she persevered to live on. Kateri was a pious girl who defied tradition by choosing to convert to Christianity. She was the first North American Aboriginal person to become a saint. Read her inspiring story today. ... Read more

    $6.92 AUD

  • Canada: Discover The Amazing Sites Of The Country - A Children's Canada Book

    by Bold Kids

    Canada is a northern country famous for some events including winter sports and maple syrup. But, there is more to it than this, and in this book, your child will learn all about Canada as a country, and some amazing facts about this place. Check it out today, and learn about this historical place, along with why it matters as a country. ... Read more

    $3.06 AUD

  • The Grizzly Mother

    by Natasha Donovan and 1 more

    series Mothers of Xsan #2
    Book two in the award-winning Mothers of Xsan series, The Grizzly Mother uses striking illustration and lyrical language to bring the poetry of the Xsan ecosystem to life.“spellbinding”—Publishers Weekly, starred reviewTo the Gitxsan people of Northwestern British Columbia, the grizzly is an integral part of the natural landscape. Together, they share the land and forests that the Skeena River ... Read more

    $22.21 AUD

  • Marshall McLuhan - The Theorist Who Challenged Mass Communication Systems | Canadian History for Kids | True Canadian Heroes

    by Professor Beaver

    series True Canadian Heroes #13
    Did you know that Marshall McLuhan was the first to study the effects of mass media on thought and behavior? McLuhan was a communication theorist, which means he studied heavily on the effects of thoughts, opinions, feelings expressed via communication channels. This educational book will not tell Marshall’s story but will also touch on his communication theory. Enjoy the read! ... Read more

    $6.92 AUD

  • The Abcs of Christmas

    A Look at Holiday Traditions in Canada and Around the World

    by Mari Malatzy

    Christmas is a special holiday, no matter where you live. In an entertaining rhyming book, long-time educator, Mari Malatzy, leads children through holiday symbol interpretations and lively descriptions of Christmas characters like Krampus, Yule lads, La Befana and Nova Scotia mummers—all while teaching little ones about the true meaning of the holiday.Malatzy presents a multicultural focus with ... Read more

    $9.56 AUD

  • The Sockeye Mother

    by Natasha Donovan and 1 more

    series Mothers of Xsan
    To the Gitxsan people of Northwestern British Columbia, the sockeye salmon is more than just a source of food. Over its life cycle, it nourishes the very land and forests that the Skeena River runs through and where the Gitxsan make their home. The Sockeye Mother explores how the animals, water, soil, and seasons are all intertwined.The Sockeye Mother is the winner of the Science Writers and ... Read more

    $22.21 AUD

  • Howdy, I'm John Ware

    by Ayesha Clough

    Howdy! This is the story of John Ware, Canada’s legendary Black cowboy, who blazed a trail of kindness despite adversity. Leaving behind slavery and war in the southern U.S., he travelled two thousand miles in the saddle, and became one of Alberta’s most loved and respected ranchers.Ideal for ages 8-12, the book contains a lesson plan for educators, timeline, and maps. With eye-catching ... Read more

    $10.72 AUD