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Did you know that Canada is turning 150 years old this year?
If you’re looking to learn more about this great country, check out My Canada by Katherine Dearlove.
This illustrated atlas is full of great information about provinces and territories. You’ll learn about capital cities, other major cities, key lakes and rivers, iconic landmarks, animals, and plants, significant national and provincial parks, and more!
How would you like a chance to win a copy of this book for youself? Just tell us the thing that you like best about Canada in the comments below for a chance to WIN!
Remember to include your first name and age in your comment.
Contest Deadline: May 25th
– Melissa, firstname.lastname@example.org
A while back, we asked you to tell us the first name of your best friend for a chance to win a copy of Simone: The Best The Best Monster Ever.
And the winner is…
Congratulations to our winner and thanks to everyone who entered!
Find out more about this book by clicking here.
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Are you looking for an adventure? If you answered ‘yes’ then I would recommend reading Touch the Earth by Julian Lennon.
Jump aboard the White Feather Flier, a magical plane that will take you places all over the planet. Not only will you get to explore this wonderful world, you’ll also learn how you can help make it a better place!
I especially love how interactive this book is. Just hit the ‘Fly’ button, tilt your book in whatever direction the book says, and you’ll be off an an imaginary adventure!
If you read this book, leave a comment below with your review. I bet it will have you thinking of Earth in a whole new way!
This book is available in bookstores now.
Bees are great! They’re pollinators, which means they help grow the fruit and vegetables we eat, and some even make honey! If you love bees as much as we do, check out the book Please Please the Bees by Gerald Kelly.
This book is about a bear named Benedict who wakes up one day to find that his favourite snack (honey!) is missing from his jar. It turns out, the bees who make Benedict’s honey have gone on strike!
Benedict must now try and please the bees so they’ll fill his honey jars again. How? You’ll have to check out this book to find out!
This book has some great facts about honeybees and tips about how we can help them.
If you end up reading this book, leave a comment telling us what you think!
Bye for now!