Results for: elizabeth macleod

Below is a list of 41 the books by this author.

Book cover of ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL
ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL
By: elizabeth macleod | Published: August 2007

Meet Alexander Graham Bell --- pioneering educator and inventor of the telephone. The story of Aleck's world-changing invention and his struggle to pe...

Meet Alexander Graham Bell --- pioneering educator and inventor of the telephone. The story of Aleck's world-changing invention and his struggle to perfect it is told in level-appropriate language and detailed illustrations. A Level 3 first reader.

Theme: Level 3 Beginning Reader

  • ISBN
    9781554530021
  • Binding
    Paperback Canadian
  • Category
    Biography (individual)
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Book cover of BAKE & MAKE AMAZING CAKES
BAKE & MAKE AMAZING CAKES
By: elizabeth macleod | Published: September 1997

  • ISBN
    9781550748482
  • Binding
    Paperback Canadian
  • Category
    Things To Do - Crafts, Cooking, Gardening, Magic, Games
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Book cover of BONES NEVER LIE
BONES NEVER LIE
By: elizabeth macleod | Published: February 2013

How did King Tut really die? The mystery of the young pharaoh’s death is only one of the puzzles that modern science has helped solve. Thanks t...

How did King Tut really die? The mystery of the young pharaoh’s death is only one of the puzzles that modern science has helped solve. Thanks to forensics—the science of examining physical evidence—we now know that King Tut died of malaria. We also know that stomach cancer, and not arsenic as suspected, killed Napoleon. Seven intriguing stories about historical royal figures whose demise was suspicious, and hard scientific facts about crime-solving techniques make each event seem like an episode of CSI rather than a history lesson. Kids will be fascinated to find out how scientists use autopsy results, DNA testing, bone fragments, and even insects to determine the cause of death. At times a gripping whodunit, at others an exercise in deductive reasoning, this book will be hard to put down for any kids who love mysteries, murder, and suspense.

Theme: Gr.7-12

  • ISBN
    9781554514830
  • Binding
    Hardcover Canadian
  • Category
    Social Studies - General
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Book cover of BONES NEVER LIE
BONES NEVER LIE
By: elizabeth macleod | Published: February 2013

How did King Tut really die? The mystery of the young pharaoh’s death is only one of the puzzles that modern science has helped solve. Thanks t...

How did King Tut really die? The mystery of the young pharaoh’s death is only one of the puzzles that modern science has helped solve. Thanks to forensics—the science of examining physical evidence—we now know that King Tut died of malaria. We also know that stomach cancer, and not arsenic as suspected, killed Napoleon. Seven intriguing stories about historical royal figures whose demise was suspicious, and hard scientific facts about crime-solving techniques make each event seem like an episode of CSI rather than a history lesson. Kids will be fascinated to find out how scientists use autopsy results, DNA testing, bone fragments, and even insects to determine the cause of death. At times a gripping whodunit, at others an exercise in deductive reasoning, this book will be hard to put down for any kids who love mysteries, murder, and suspense.

Theme: Gr.7-12

  • ISBN
    9781554514823
  • Binding
    Paperback Canadian
  • Category
    Social Studies - General
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Book cover of BUNNY THE BRAVE WAR HORSE
BUNNY THE BRAVE WAR HORSE
By: elizabeth macleod | Published: August 2014

Award-winning nonfiction author Elizabeth MacLeod brings a slice of World War I history to life in this poignant picture book. It is based on the true...

Award-winning nonfiction author Elizabeth MacLeod brings a slice of World War I history to life in this poignant picture book. It is based on the true story of a police horse named Bunny and his riders, brothers Bud and Thomas Dundas, sent to the European front as part of the 9th Battery Canadian Field Artillery. This quietly but powerfully told tale explores many of the actual on-the-ground hardships WWI soldiers endured, including a gas attack, wounded and killed comrades, exploding bombs and episodes of severe hunger. By focusing on the tender relationship between Bunny and the brothers and showing how he was able to provide comfort to the soldiers, the author makes the grim details easier for young readers to absorb. The somber palette employed by illustrator Marie Lafrance in her rich, distinctive and detailed artwork --- all on two-page spreads --- provides the appropriate level of seriousness. As a bonus, the author has provided a brief historical recap at the end that provides more background information about the real-life Bunny, Tom and Bud, with dates and specifics about WWI, which would be useful for creating a global studies teaching plan. The geography of the region is enhanced with a color map. This powerful book would make an excellent resource for any social studies unit about WWI, while it also works as a personalized reminder of the toll that war takes on humanity. Early readers interested in history or horses would enjoy it on their own.

Theme: War/Children and War

  • ISBN
    9781771380249
  • Binding
    Hardcover Canadian
  • Category
    Social Studies - History
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Book cover of CANADA CLOSE UP CANADA'S TREES
CANADA CLOSE UP CANADA'S TREES
By: elizabeth macleod | Published: September 2011

Find out all there is to know about Canada's trees! A fantastic book for 7-to 9-year-olds that explores the characteristics of Canada's many trees. ...

Find out all there is to know about Canada's trees! A fantastic book for 7-to 9-year-olds that explores the characteristics of Canada's many trees. Among the topics explored are: where they grow, what they look like, how they affect the environment, how they are affected by their surroundings, and so much more. With full-colour photographs throughout, a glossary, a table of contents, and a simple index, learning has never been so easy!

  • ISBN
    9781443107396
  • Binding
    Paperback Canadian
  • Category
    Science - Trees, Plants & Flowers
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$6.99
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Book cover of CANADA YEAR BY YEAR
CANADA YEAR BY YEAR
By: elizabeth macleod | Published: October 2016

Award-winning author Elizabeth MacLeod's year-by-year tour of Canada's fascinating history highlights a single milestone for every year from the count...

Award-winning author Elizabeth MacLeod's year-by-year tour of Canada's fascinating history highlights a single milestone for every year from the country's founding in 1867 up to its 150th anniversary in 2017. Divided into ten distinct eras, coverage ranges from politics, sports, business and arts and culture, and includes significant events both at home and in world affairs. A few examples: *1881 --- A railway across Canada is begun. *1893 --- The Stanley Cup is first awarded in hockey. *1908 --- Lucy Maud Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables is published. *1947 --- Oil is discovered in Alberta. *2015 --- Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau is elected prime minister. Along with the featured stories for each of the 150 years, the pages are filled with sidebars --- with content such as short biographies, quotes, important firsts and trivia --- that are linked to that year. There are also 39 capsule biographies of noteworthy Canadians at the back of the book. The topics chosen offer an inclusive historical perspective, incorporating women, Aboriginal peoples and people with disabilities into Canada's rich and diverse narrative. Illustrations by awarding-winning artist Sydney Smith bring a contemporary feel to the stories of the past. This book is a perfect fit for lessons on Canadian history and geography. The accessible format also makes it a compelling choice for children to pick up and browse, or to search for a particular year. A table of contents and an index round out this engaging reference.

  • ISBN
    9781771383974
  • Binding
    Hardcover Canadian
  • Category
    Social Studies - Canadian History
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Book cover of CANADIAN GOVERNMENT
CANADIAN GOVERNMENT
By: elizabeth macleod | Published: April 2013

Who's in charge here, anyway? Canadian Government takes a close-up look at how our country is run at all levels - from federal politics in Ottawa to ...

Who's in charge here, anyway? Canadian Government takes a close-up look at how our country is run at all levels - from federal politics in Ottawa to provincial politics and down to the municipal level. Readers meet some famous Canadian politicians and learn the structure and function of different governing bodies, what it means to be a constitutional monarchy, and why it's important for citizens to vote. This Canada Close Up title includes a table of contents, index and helpful glossary of terms. With concise, engaging text and bright, full-colour photographs throughout, Canadian Government shows young readers all the ways they can be involved in government - at any age.

  • ISBN
    9781443119658
  • Binding
    Paperback Canadian
  • Category
    Social Studies - Canadian General
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Book cover of CANADIAN MONEY - CANADA CLOSE UP
CANADIAN MONEY - CANADA CLOSE UP
By: elizabeth macleod | Published: April 2011

Everything kids need to know about money. Money. We use it every day. But why do we need it? How do we make it? And where did it come from? In Canad...

Everything kids need to know about money. Money. We use it every day. But why do we need it? How do we make it? And where did it come from? In Canadian Money, simple concepts about the use of currency are explored - from early days of bartering to today's Royal Canadian Mint coins and Bank of Canada notes. Included in this informative book are chapters on: how and when the world began using money the money used by First Nations people how money is printed and minted how bills are circulated, how long they last and how they are disposed of concepts surrounding spending money: credit cards, debit cards, etc. Canada Close Up titles are informative works of non-fiction geared toward seven- to nine-year-olds. Each book contains an introduction, table of contents, glossary, and full-colour photographs and illustrations throughout.

Theme: Math

  • ISBN
    9781443104371
  • Binding
    Paperback Canadian
  • Category
    Social Studies - General
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Book cover of CANADIAN WOMEN NOW & THEN
CANADIAN WOMEN NOW & THEN
By: elizabeth macleod | Published: April 2020

A timely and relevant collection of stories about groundbreaking Canadian women, present and past. Canadian women have long been trailblazers, often b...

A timely and relevant collection of stories about groundbreaking Canadian women, present and past. Canadian women have long been trailblazers, often battling incredible odds and discrimination in the process. Here are biographies of more than one hundred of these remarkable women, from the famous to the lesser known. There are activists and architects, engineers and explorers, poets and politicians and so many more. Each category pairs a historical groundbreaker with a present-day woman making her mark in that same field. Together, these women tell the story of Canada. And together, they offer a vision of what’s possible. A unique look at Canadian history sure to inspire all children to blaze trails of their own.

Theme: Diversity

  • ISBN
    9781525300615
  • Binding
    Hardcover Canadian
  • Category
    Biography (individual)
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Book cover of COLOSSAL CANADA 100 EPIC FACTS & FEAT
COLOSSAL CANADA 100 EPIC FACTS & FEAT
By: elizabeth macleod | Published: March 2015

100 things to make us stand up and belt out "O Canada!" From Chris Hadfield to the maple leaf, peacekeeping to poutine, and mukluks...

100 things to make us stand up and belt out "O Canada!" From Chris Hadfield to the maple leaf, peacekeeping to poutine, and mukluks, tuques, grizzlies, and chinooks, this fast-moving and eye-opening book will give young Canadians plenty to cheer about. Colossal Canada is a wide-ranging round-up of the people, places, animals and events that make us uniquely Canadian. It includes chapters on unforgettable moments in our history, exceptional inventions, monsters and myths, and all of our biggest, best, highest, and most extreme accomplishments. Kids and adults alike will love learning all about their home and native land - and sharing these fascinating facts with family and friends!

  • ISBN
    9781443128209
  • Binding
    Paperback Canadian
  • Category
    Social Studies - General
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Book cover of GALLOPING THROUGH HIST
GALLOPING THROUGH HIST
By: elizabeth macleod | Published: February 2015

Powerful, spirited, and beautiful, horses have literally changed the world. From the time people first rode horses more than 5,000 years ago, these a...

Powerful, spirited, and beautiful, horses have literally changed the world. From the time people first rode horses more than 5,000 years ago, these amazing creatures have changed the way humans live, travel, fight, work, and play. In her captivating, story-telling style, author Elizabeth MacLeod brings to life some of the most exciting examples of how horses have influenced the course of civilization. Read about Bucephalus, the valiant horse that led Alexander the Great fearlessly into battle; the mighty Mustangs used by the Native peoples to hunt buffalo; hard-working pit ponies that helped fuel the Industrial Revolution by hauling coal out of mines, and the Pony Express, that helped revolutionize the way people communicated. There are six chapters in all, including one about Seabiscuit, whose triumphs at the racetrack provided people with hope and encouragement during the dark days of the Great Depression, and Sybil Ludington’s horse Star, an unsung hero of the Revolutionary War. Horses hold a natural fascination for many young people. What better way to introduce them to world history than through the stories of these magnificent animals.

  • ISBN
    9781554517008
  • Binding
    Hardcover Canadian
  • Category
    Social Studies - History
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Book cover of HELEN KELLER
HELEN KELLER
By: elizabeth macleod | Published: August 2007

Meet Helen Keller --- advocate for the blind and deaf. The story of Helen's struggles to learn how to communicate and the enormous difference she made...

Meet Helen Keller --- advocate for the blind and deaf. The story of Helen's struggles to learn how to communicate and the enormous difference she made for the blind and deaf around the world is told in level-appropriate language and detailed illustrations. A Level 3 first reader.

Theme: Level 3 Beginning Reader

  • ISBN
    9781554530007
  • Binding
    Paperback Canadian
  • Category
    Biography (individual)
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Book cover of HELEN KELLER A DETERMINED LIFE
HELEN KELLER A DETERMINED LIFE
By: elizabeth macleod | Published: February 2004

Imagine living in total silence and darkness. That's what Helen Keller's world was like after a childhood illness left her deaf and bl...

Imagine living in total silence and darkness. That's what Helen Keller's world was like after a childhood illness left her deaf and blind. Unable to express herself, she threw tantrums that earned her the nickname "Little Bronco." But Helen's teacher Annie Sullivan found the key to communicating with her. Only then was the little girl able to experience fully the world around her. Helen went on to become the first deaf and blind college graduate in the United States and worked all her life helping to educate others about people with disabilities. Using photographs, quotes, letters and drawings, this biography in the Snapshots: Images of People and Places in History series introduces young readers to Helen Keller. Also included are a timeline of her life and a list of places to visit to learn more about this inspirational woman.

  • ISBN
    9781553375098
  • Binding
    Paperback Canadian
  • Category
    Biography (individual)
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Book cover of HIST OF JUST ABOUT EVERYTHING
HIST OF JUST ABOUT EVERYTHING
By: elizabeth macleod | Published: August 2013

Chronicles some of history's most important events, from the building of the pyramids and the invention of paper to the creation of the internet and t...

Chronicles some of history's most important events, from the building of the pyramids and the invention of paper to the creation of the internet and the "Arab Spring."

  • ISBN
    9781554537754
  • Binding
    Hardcover Canadian
  • Category
    Social Studies - History
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Book cover of HT BECOME AN ACCIDENTAL GENIUS
HT BECOME AN ACCIDENTAL GENIUS
By: elizabeth macleod | Published: April 2019

Don't be afraid to try! Make connections! Be persistent! Ask questions and never take no for an answer! Learn the secrets and amazing stories of succe...

Don't be afraid to try! Make connections! Be persistent! Ask questions and never take no for an answer! Learn the secrets and amazing stories of successful inventors! How to Become an Accidental Genius is full of inspiring tales of famous and lesser-known inventors who have changed the world, from George Washington Carver, Mary Anderson (inventor of the windshield wiper) and inventor and actress Hedy Lamarr to Frank Epperson (of Popsicle fame) and Mary Sherman Morgan (The Woman Who Saved the U.S. Space Race). Readers will be amazed at the inventiveness of these geniuses. The book focuses on inventors from North America but includes stories from around the world. Organized into eleven chapters that highlight the qualities inventors have in common, the book also features profiles of inventive kids and teenagers.

  • ISBN
    9781459816763
  • Binding
    Hardcover Canadian
  • Category
    Science - Applied Sci. & Tech. (inventions & Computers)
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Book cover of KIDS BOOK OF CANADA AT WAR
KIDS BOOK OF CANADA AT WAR
By: elizabeth macleod | Published: September 2007

War is a time of terrible tragedy and great loss. But it is also a time of incredible courage and determination. In this entry in the acclaimed Kids B...

War is a time of terrible tragedy and great loss. But it is also a time of incredible courage and determination. In this entry in the acclaimed Kids Book of series, Elizabeth MacLeod looks at Canada's battles and wars and at the people who fought in them. From the earliest recorded battles on Canadian soil to Canada's overseas peacekeeping missions today, kids will meet heroic Canadians, learn about the technology of war and read chilling first-person accounts from soldiers on the battlefields. Scattered throughout are guides to museums and historic sites to visit. Visually rich, with illustrations, maps and archival photographs, The Kids Book of Canada at War is a comprehensive summary of an important part of Canadian history.

Theme: War/Children and War

  • ISBN
    9781554530038
  • Binding
    Hardcover Canadian
  • Category
    Social Studies - Canadian History
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Book cover of MARIE CURIE - KIDS CAN READ
MARIE CURIE - KIDS CAN READ
By: elizabeth macleod | Published: February 2009

Meet Marie Curie --- Nobel laureate and world famous scientist. Marie was the first woman to win the world's top science prize --- and the fir...

Meet Marie Curie --- Nobel laureate and world famous scientist. Marie was the first woman to win the world's top science prize --- and the first person to win it twice. The story of her discoveries, including the metals polonium and radium, and her contribution to the study of radiation is told in level-appropriate language and detailed illustrations. This Level 3 reader contains longer, more complex stories and sentences, more challenging vocabulary, language play and minimal repetition.

Theme: Level 3 Beginning Reader

  • ISBN
    9781554532971
  • Binding
    Paperback Canadian
  • Category
    Biography (individual)
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Book cover of MARK TWAIN AN AMER STAR
MARK TWAIN AN AMER STAR
By: elizabeth macleod | Published: March 2008

  • ISBN
    9781553379096
  • Binding
    Paperback Canadian
  • Category
    Biography (individual)
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Book cover of MEET CHRIS HADFIELD
MEET CHRIS HADFIELD
By: elizabeth macleod | Published: July 2018

Meet Colonel Chris Hadfield, the first Canadian to walk in space - and make a music video while in orbit! When Chris Hadfield was a boy, growing up o...

Meet Colonel Chris Hadfield, the first Canadian to walk in space - and make a music video while in orbit! When Chris Hadfield was a boy, growing up on a farm in Milton, Ontario, Canada didn't have a space program. But from the moment he saw a man first walk on the moon, young Chris decided he would somehow get to space. And with everything Chris did, from learning to fix farm machinery and joining the Air Cadets to flying fighter planes and becoming a test pilot, he prepared himself to get there. Chris Hadfield has rocketed into space three times, been on two space walks and was the first Canadian to command the International Space Station. And nobody plays a guitar in space or rocks a mustache better! This new picture book biography series features simple text and full-colour, comic-flavoured illustration with speech balloons that help bring the story alive. Historical Pphotos and a timeline support the narrative.

  • ISBN
    9781443163897
  • Binding
    Hardcover Canadian
  • Category
    Biography (individual)
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Book cover of MEET ELSIE MACGILL
MEET ELSIE MACGILL
By: elizabeth macleod | Published: July 2019

Meet Elsie MacGill - the world's first female aeronautical engineer! In this amazing addition to the Scholastic Canada Biography series, young Canadi...

Meet Elsie MacGill - the world's first female aeronautical engineer! In this amazing addition to the Scholastic Canada Biography series, young Canadians will learn about the trailblazing Elsie MacGill, whose work on the Canadian-made Hawker Hurricane fighter helped the Allied forces to victory in World War II. Elsie was born in 1905 to a mother who was a feminist pioneer in her own right.  Elsie grew up fully expecting to follow her dreams. And she did. Elsie was first woman to graduate from the University of Toronto's electrical engineering program. Elsie went on to earn a master's in aeronautical engineering -but contracted polio the day before her convocation. She battled back, and a storied engineering career followed, including being in charge of the tooling and manufacture of the famous Hawker Hurricane. Later in her life she was a champion of women's rights and her work shaped many of the protections we now enjoy. Written by award-winning author Elizabeth MacLeod, this portrait of Elsie MacGill is the first ever written for younger readers. The simple text and full-colour, comic-flavoured illustrations by Mike Deas bring this fascinating story to life!  

  • ISBN
    9781443170208
  • Binding
    Hardcover Canadian
  • Category
    Biography (individual)
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MEET TERRY FOX
By: elizabeth macleod | Published: August 2020

Terry Fox's remarkable story, just in time to mark the 40th anniversary of the Marathon of Hope! The award-winning Scholastic Canada Biography series...

Terry Fox's remarkable story, just in time to mark the 40th anniversary of the Marathon of Hope! The award-winning Scholastic Canada Biography series highlights the lives of remarkable Canadians, whose achievements and legacies have inspired and changed the lives of those that followed them. In Meet Terry Fox, the legendary story of how Terry Fox came to run the Marathon of Hope is chronicled: -his love of sports as a child and teenager; his devastating bone cancer diagnosis; the hospital stay that inspired him to do something to raise awareness about this disease; the poignant moment he dipped his artificial leg in the waters of St. John's, Newfoundland; and the heartbreaking moment he ended his run. This was also the moment his truly inspiring legacy began. Written by award-winning author Elizabeth MacLeod, this portrait of Terry Fox couples simple yet compelling writing with full-colour, comic-flavoured illustrations by Mike Deas that help bring this unforgettable story to life!

Theme: Special Needs

  • ISBN
    9781443182065
  • Binding
    Hardcover Canadian
  • Category
    Biography (individual)
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MEET THÉRÈSE CASGRAIN
By: elizabeth macleod | Published: February 2021

Meet Thérèse Casgrain, who battled for women's equality and social justice, and was the first woman to lead a political party in Canada! From 191...

Meet Thérèse Casgrain, who battled for women's equality and social justice, and was the first woman to lead a political party in Canada! From 1916 to 1925, women across Canada were starting to win right to vote, province by province . . . but not in Quebec. It took another fifteen years of protest and the leadership of Thérèse Casgrain for women there to begin to win that right. And that was only the start of Thérèse's 50-year career! She decided to change things from inside the government too, becoming the first woman to lead a political party in Canada. And although Thérèse may not have been elected, her decades-long fight for equal rights, health care, and world peace is in itself a victory.

Theme: Politics

  • ISBN
    9781443182560
  • Binding
    Hardcover Canadian
  • Category
    Biography (individual)
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Book cover of MEET TOM LONGBOAT - SCHOLASTIC CANADA BI
MEET TOM LONGBOAT - SCHOLASTIC CANADA BI
By: elizabeth macleod | Published: December 2018

Meet Tom Longboat, the Onondaga runner who broke world records . . . on his own terms! On April 19, 1907, a hundred thousand people lined up to watch...

Meet Tom Longboat, the Onondaga runner who broke world records . . . on his own terms! On April 19, 1907, a hundred thousand people lined up to watch the eighth running of the Boston Marathon. At the start of the race, more than one hundred runners surged forward, and at the end, Tom Longboat won it in a record-breaking 2 hours, 24 minutes and 24 seconds. He became the most famous runner in the world, yet faced scrutiny and criticism of every part of his life, from his revolutionary training techniques to his Indigenous heritage. This picture book will introduce young readers to a brave and fascinating man whose legacy as Canada's foremost distance runner continues to be recognized to this day. This new biography series features accessible text, full-colour illustrations, with historical notes and timelines that provide even more information on Tom Longboat's background and incredible accomplishments.

Theme: Indigenous

  • ISBN
    9781443163910
  • Binding
    Hardcover Canadian
  • Category
    Biography (individual)
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MEET VIOLA DESMOND
By: elizabeth macleod | Published: July 2018

Meet Viola Desmond, community leader and early civil rights trailblazer! On the night of November 8th 1946, Nova Scotia businesswoman Viola Desmond s...

Meet Viola Desmond, community leader and early civil rights trailblazer! On the night of November 8th 1946, Nova Scotia businesswoman Viola Desmond stood up for her right to be in the "unofficial" whites-only section of a New Glasgow movie theatre . . . and was arrested for it. Supported by the Nova Scotia Association for the Advancement of Coloured People (NSCAACP) and the black-owned newspaper The Clarion, Viola took her quest for the right to freedom from discrimination to the courts. While she ultimately did not succeed, she was a beacon to other early civil-rights activists. Her sister Wanda worked hard to promote Viola's legacy, which has been finally honoured by Viola's inclusion on the new Canadian $10 bill. This new picture book biography series features simple text and full-colour, comic-flavoured illustration with speech balloons that help bring the story alive. Historical photos and a timeline support the narrative.

  • ISBN
    9781443163873
  • Binding
    Hardcover Canadian
  • Category
    Biography (individual)
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