Written by Marlene Gutsole and Reginald Gutsole.
Published by Oxford University Press, 2000.
|Discovering Canada introduces the young
reader to the second largest country in the world: Canada. It provides an
understanding of what Canada is by taking children on a journey across the
country, exploring the distinguishing characteristics of the provinces and
territories. Children, aged 9-12, are introduced to political maps and basic
geographic terms such as direction, latitude and longitude. Colourful maps,
illustrations and photographs combine to give young readers snapshots of the
many regions that make up this vast country.
1. What is Canada?
3. Latitude and Longitude
4. Political Map
6. Physical Regions
7. Great Lakes - St. Lawrence Seaway
11. Prince Edward Island
12. Nova Scotia
13. New Brunswick
14. Canada at a Glance
22. British Columbia
24. Northwest Territories
26. Faces of Canada
Discovering Canada is part of Oxford's Discovery Series. The Discovery Series is dedicated to helping young people (ages 10 - 14) discover life in a variety of environments around the world, either contemporary or historical. Series editor: J. Bradley Cruxton.
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