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Beech Street Books

2018-2019 • CATALOGUE

2019- 2020

Curriculum focused series for Canadian libraries and classrooms in both official languages! NEW FOR 2018! New Indigenous Titles p. 2-3 New Social Studies Titles p. 1, 4, 7, 10-11 New Canadian French Titles p.14, 16

Curriculum focused series for Canadian libraries and classrooms in both official languages!

Traditions and Celebrations • Indigenous Peoples Flight • Diversity of Life • Geography of Canada Changing Nature of Canadian Immigration


Books created for Canadian schools and libraries from years of experience is what we are about. Striving to reflect Canada’s rich diversity while supporting student learning is what sets Beech Street Books apart.

BUTTER TARTS Reading Level: Grades 1-2 Your young readers need great books and Butter Tarts is here to help. Using Canadian examples and info these visual books are easy to read, fun and informative.

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Canadian Celebrations 7 New Titles! 1 Relationships and Responsibilities 2

TRUE NORTH Reading Level: Grades 2-4 Designed to meet the needs of today’s modern learners, True North features titles based on curriculum needs that are both engaging and informative. Accessible yet rich text is supported by vivid photos and timely infographics. In order to further critical thinking, readers can enhance their discovery through the use of informative Inquiry Questions in every book.

Disasters in Canada: Prepare and Be Safe 3 Indigenous Communities in Canada 4 New Titles! 4-5 Canadian Families 6 Canadian Structures 6 Indigenous Peoples’ Contributions to Canada 7 Settler Life in Canada 7 To Be Canadian 8 Working in Canadian Communities 8

COAST 2 COAST 2 COAST COAST 2 COAST 2 COAST

Reading Level: Grades 4-6

Readers of Coast 2 Coast 2 Coast will find our books informative, accessible and interesting. Packed with details, this brand focuses on life in another time. Period photos combined with modern infographics enhance the reader’s understanding. Each book includes a series of Framing Questions to extend further investigation by promoting critical thinking.

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Black History in Canada 12 Canadian Science: Technology and Sustainability 15 Immigration to Canada: Then and Now 15 Indigenous Life in Canada: Past, Present, Future 5 New Titles! 16 Welcome to British North America 17 Welcome to New France 17

The Great Canadian Road Trip Explorers of Canada

Understanding Canadian Government and Citizenship Canada Turns 150

(Reading Level: Grades 3-6) 9 (Reading Level: Grades 4-6) 13 (Reading Level: Grades 4-6) 14 (Reading Level: Grades 6-7) 17


7 New Titles Added to Series!

Canadian Celebrations This series explores some uniquely Canadian holidays, as well as global holidays, and the people who celebrate them, including regional variations as applicable.

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GRADES 1-2

GUIDED READING LEVEL: Q FEATURES: Page Count: 24 • Trim Size: 8” x 8” Available in reinforced library hardcover and paperback INCLUDES: Colour Photographs, Table of Contents, Fact Boxes, Quick Questions , Glossary, To Learn More, Index, Web Sites

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“This would be a good series of books to introduce these national celebrations to young students in primary grades.” —Resource Links

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TITLES

Anti-Bullying Days ©20 Canada Day ©20 Chinese New Year ©20 Christmas ©20 Fall Fairs ©19 Family Day ©19 Halloween ©20 Holi ©20 National Indigenous Peoples Day ©19 Pride Festivals ©19 Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr ©20 Remembrance Day ©19 Thanksgiving ©19

AUTHOR/CONTENT CONSULTANT

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Heather C. Hudak

978-1-77308-581-4

978-1-77308-620-0

Simon Rose

978-1-77308-578-4

978-1-77308-617-0

Lydia Lukidis/Lloyd Sciban

978-1-77308-579-1

978-1-77308-618-7

Simon Rose

978-1-77308-580-7

978-1-77308-619-4

Heather C. Hudak

978-1-77308-330-8

978-1-77308-360-5

Heather C. Hudak

978-1-77308-331-5

978-1-77308-361-2

Simon Rose

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978-1-77308-621-7

Lydia Lukidis/Harsha V. Dehejia

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978-1-77308-622-4

Heather C. Hudak

978-1-77308-332-2

978-1-77308-362-9

Heather C. Hudak

978-1-77308-333-9

978-1-77308-363-6

Lydia Lukidis/ Nada Moumtaz, PhD

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978-1-77308-624-8

Heather C. Hudak

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978-1-77308-364-3

Heather C. Hudak

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978-1-77308-365-0

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Relationships and Responsibilities All Canadians have relationships and responsibilities that impact their lives. Whether at school, at home, or in the community, these roles engage Canadians with the world around them. Relationships and Responsibilities offers readers a closer look at how these roles are connected to one’s identity, culture, and sense of self.

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GRADES 1-2

GUIDED READING LEVEL: Q FEATURES: Page Count: 24 • Trim Size: 8” x 8” Available in reinforced library hardcover and paperback INCLUDES: Colour Photographs, Table of Contents, Fact Boxes, Quick Questions, Glossary, To Learn More, Index, Web Sites

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TITLES

Being a Friend ©18 In Your Activities ©18 In Your Community ©18 In Your Country ©18 In Your School ©18 With Your Family ©18

AUTHOR

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Janet Gurtler

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Janet Gurtler

978-1-77308-132-8

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Janet Gurtler

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Janet Gurtler

978-1-77308-134-2

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Janet Gurtler

978-1-77308-135-9

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Janet Gurtler

978-1-77308-136-6

978-1-77308-196-0

Books for early Canadian readers on topics of interest to them. Your young readers need great books and Butter Tarts is here to help. Using Canadian examples and info these visual books are easy to read, fun and informative.

READING LEVEL: GRADES 1-2 2

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Disasters in Canada: Prepare and Be Safe Disaster can strike at any time. Communities across Canada have felt the effects of wildfires, floods, ice storms, and other natural disasters. Disasters in Canada: Prepare and Be Safe teaches readers the science behind these disasters, how Canadian communities prepare for them, and what families can do to stay safe.

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GRADES 2-3

FEATURES: Page Count: 24 • Trim Size: 9” x 9” Available in reinforced library hardcover and paperback INCLUDES: Colour Photographs, Black & White Photographs, Table of Contents, Glossary, Fact Boxes, For Further Information, Maps, Inquiry, Questions, Index, Web Sites

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TITLES Earthquakes ©20 Floods ©20 Hurricanes ©20 Snow and Ice Storms ©20 Tornadoes ©20 Wildfires ©20

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W. L. Kitts

978-1-77308-592-0

978-1-77308-631-6

Sheryl Normandeau

978-1-77308-593-7

978-1-77308-632-3

W. L. Kitts

978-1-77308-594-4

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James Bow

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James Bow

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Sheryl Normandeau

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Indigenous Communities in Canada Approximately 1.4 million Indigenous people live in Canada today. They come from a large number of communities, each with its own history, language, and cultural practices. Indigenous Communities in Canada will explore the lives of Indigenous people, both in the past and in current times.

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GRADES 2-3

GUIDED READING LEVEL: Q FEATURES: Page Count: 24 • Trim Size: 9” x 9” Available in reinforced library hardcover and paperback INCLUDES: Colour Photographs, Black & White Photographs, Table of Contents, Glossary, Fact Boxes, For Further Information, Maps, Inquiry, Questions, Index, Web Sites

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“This series would be a good resource for the elementary school social studies classroom.” —Resource Links

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Abenaki Gedakina ©20 Réjean Obomsawin/Jacinthe Laliberté Algonquin Nation ©19 Heather C. Hudak/Alison McBride Cree Community ©17 Carolee Laine/Dr. Ronald Niezen Dene First Nations ©19 Heather C. Hudak, Robin Riding, Jillian Ridington/Robin Riding Haida Nation ©19 Ḵung Jaadee/Jasḵwaan A. Bedard Huron-Wendat Community ©17 Todd Kortemeier/Dr. Kathryn Labelle Inuit Community ©18 Rachel Seigel/Jeela Palluq-Cloutier Iroquois Community ©17 Patricia Hutchison/Gary Warrick The Labrador Innu ©20 Available Oct Camille Foullaard & Kanani Davis Métis Community ©17 Laura K. Murray/Dr. Larry Chartrand Mi’kmaq Community ©18 Dolores Nixon/George Paul Mohawk Nation ©18 Dolores Nixon/Letsénhaienhs Kahsennenhawe Sky-Deer Nakota Community ©18 Trent Fox/Tina Fox Nisga’a Nation ©18 Rachel Seigel/Bobby Clark & Nita Morven Nuu-chah-nulth ©20 Available Oct Dawn Smith/Ian Claplette Odawa Community ©18 Dolores Nixon/Loretta Roy Ojibwe Community ©17 Laura K. Murray/Dr. Bruce Granville Miller Salish Community ©17 M. M. Eboch/Dr. Agnes Pawlowska-Mainville, PhD Siksika Nation ©19 Rachel Seigel/Sheila Carr-Stewart Tlingit Nation ©20 Available Oct Carol V. Geddes

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INCLUDES: Colour Photographs, Table of Contents, Fact Boxes, Quick Questions, Glossary, To Learn More, Index, Web Sites

PRICING: Reinforced Library Hardcover: $28.25 List / $22.60 Discount Paperback: $13.25 List / $10.60 Discount

Available in french! p.19

Canadian Families

Canadians come from a wide variety of backgrounds. Many parts of our lives are similar to those of neighbours, but we might do other things very differently. Canadian Families explores the different ways that people from diverse backgrounds live their day-to-day lives.

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Canadian Celebrations ©17 Canadian Food and Traditions ©17 Canadian Fun and Games ©17 Canadians At Home ©17 Canadians At School ©17 Canadians At Work ©17

Canadian Structures

HARDCOVER PAPERBACK

Todd Kortemeier

978-1-77308-006-2

978-1-77308-034-5

Sheri Doyle

978-1-77308-007-9

978-1-77308-035-2

Paula Morrow

978-1-77308-008-6

978-1-77308-036-9

Marty Gitlin

978-1-77308-009-3

978-1-77308-037-6

Sheri Doyle

978-1-77308-010-9

978-1-77308-038-3

Marty Gitlin

978-1-77308-011-6

978-1-77308-039-0

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Canada is filled with marvels of modern-day architecture and engineering. Canadian Structures takes readers on a tour of different structures across the country, exploring where, how, and why they were built. Readers also will learn more about the scientific and technological forces acting upon the structure.

TITLES Bridges ©17 Roads ©17 Skyscrapers ©17 Stadiums ©17 Towers ©17 Tunnels ©17

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HARDCOVER PAPERBACK

Maddie Spalding

978-1-77308-012-3

978-1-77308-040-6

Maddie Spalding

978-1-77308-013-0

978-1-77308-041-3

Jill Sherman

978-1-77308-014-7

978-1-77308-042-0

Tammy Gagne

978-1-77308-015-4

978-1-77308-043-7

Carla Mooney

978-1-77308-016-1

978-1-77308-044-4

Lydia Bjornlund

978-1-77308-017-8

978-1-77308-045-1

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GRADE 3

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Indigenous Peoples’ Contributions to Canada This series examines the contributions of Indigenous Peoples to Canada, in the topic areas given. The books touch on the contributions of individuals, such as famous or noteworthy Indigenous People who contributed in these areas, as well as more general ideas or events, such as the sport of lacrosse in the Sports book.

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“... these books will be useful additions to school and public library collections.” —Resource Links

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TITLES Indigenous Peoples in Arts and Music ©19 Indigenous Peoples in Politics ©19 Indigenous Peoples in Sports ©19 Indigenous Peoples in the World Wars ©19

AUTHOR/CONTENT CONSULTANT

Hardcover

Paperback

Erin Nicks/Elaine Keillor, C.M.

978-1-77308-348-3

978-1-77308-378-0

Simon Rose/Christopher Alcantara

978-1-77308-349-0

978-1-77308-379-7

Erin Nicks/Audrey R. Giles, PhD

978-1-77308-350-6

978-1-77308-380-3

Simon Rose/Timothy C. Winegard, PhD

978-1-77308-351-3

978-1-77308-381-0

Settler Life in Canada This series examines life in pioneer times, 1780–1890. Books concentrate on how and why things were built certain ways, also discussing how things varied across the country and why. The books also include a hands-on project to extend learning.

READING LEVEL: GRADES 2-3

TITLES Clothes ©19 Food ©19 Homes ©19 School ©19

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PAPERBACK

Anita Yasuda/John C. Walsh

978-1-77308-356-8

978-1-77308-386-5

Anita Yasuda/Alison Norman, PhD

978-1-77308-357-5

978-1-77308-387-2

Joy Kita/John C. Walsh

978-1-77308-358-2

978-1-77308-388-9

Joy Kita/Alison Norman, PhD

978-1-77308-359-9

978-1-77308-389-6

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INCLUDES: Colour photographs, Table of Contents, Fact Boxes, Quick Questions, Glossary, To Learn More, Index, Web Sites

PRICING: Reinforced Library Hardcover: $28.25 List / $22.60 Discount Paperback: $13.25 List / $10.60 Discount

Available in french! p.19

To Be Canadian

Many factors mold and shape the Canadian identity. From our diverse backgrounds to our cultural beliefs, it’s important that every Canadian feels accepted. To Be Canadian explores the essence of what it means to be a Canadian, and how everyone can make the country a better place to live.

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Be Who You Want To Be: Freedom ©18 Create a Better Canada: Just Society ©18 Fairness for All: Equity ©18 Get Involved: Democracy ©18 Opportunity for All: Inclusion ©18 Respect Our World: Sustainability ©18

HARDCOVER PAPERBACK

Joy Kita

978-1-77308-137-3

978-1-77308-197-7

Joy Kita

978-1-77308-141-0

978-1-77308-201-1

Sheryl Normandeau

978-1-77308-138-0

978-1-77308-198-4

Joy Kita

978-1-77308-139-7

978-1-77308-199-1

Lydia Lukidis

978-1-77308-140-3

978-1-77308-200-4

Ramona Heikel

978-1-77308-142-7

978-1-77308-202-8

Working in Canadian Communities People go to work every day throughout Canada. Whether you live in a small town or a big city, on a farm or in the suburbs, there are all kinds of jobs you can do. Working in Canadian Communities will tell you more about the people who live and work in different parts of Canada and the types of jobs you can find there.were built. Readers also will learn more about the scientific and technological forces acting upon the structure.

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GRADE 3

GUIDED READING LEVEL: O TITLES Jobs in Canadian Cities ©17 Jobs in Rural Canada ©17 Jobs in Small Town Canada ©17 Jobs in Suburban Canada ©17

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Diane Bailey

978-1-77308-012-3

978-1-77308-052-9 978-1-77308-053-6

Todd Kortemeier

978-1-77308-025-3

Samantha S. Bell

978-1-77308-026-0

978-1-77308-054-3

Todd Kortemeier

978-1-77308-027-7

978-1-77308-055-0

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The Great Canadian Road Trip

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Get ready to explore Canada like never before—from coast to coast to coast. This highly visual series takes readers on a road trip across the Canadian provinces and territories. Visit major cities, and head off the beaten path to explore the people, environment, foods, cultures, and history of each region. Detours add fun trivia and jokes to the road trip, while maps show the route travelled.

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GRADES 3-6

GUIDED READING LEVEL: T FEATURES: Page Count: 32 • Trim Size: 8 ¼” x 10 ¼” Available in reinforced library hardcover and paperback INCLUDES: Colour Photographs, Colour Illustrations, Table of Contents, Maps, Glossary, To Learn More, Index, High Interest Side Bars, Jokes, Terminology

“This series would be great for introducing young students to the provinces and territories of Canada in primary and elementary social studies programs.” —Resource Links TITLES Explore Alberta! ©19 Explore British Columbia! ©19 Explore Manitoba! ©19 Explore New Brunswick! ©19 Explore Newfoundland and Labrador! ©19 Explore Nova Scotia! ©19 Explore Nunavut! ©19 Explore Ontario! ©19 Explore Prince Edward Island! ©19 Explore Quebec! ©19 Explore Saskatchewan! ©19 Explore the Northwest Territories! ©19 Explore the Yukon! ©19

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Natalie Hyde

978-1-77308-450-3

978-1-77308-463-3

Heather Hudak

978-1-77308-451-0

978-1-77308-464-0

Heather Hudak

978-1-77308-452-7

978-1-77308-465-7

Rachel Seigel

978-1-77308-453-4

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Kelly Spence

978-1-77308-454-1

Cynthia O’Brien

978-1-77308-455-8

978-1-77308-468-8

James Bow

978-1-77308-456-5

978-1-77308-469-5

Cynthia O’Brien

978-1-77308-457-2

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Natalie Hyde

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Rachel Seigel

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Heather Hudak

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Rebecca Sjonger

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James Bow

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BUTTER TARTS

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TRUE NORTH

BRITISH COLUMBIA

Canadian Celebrations

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My Family, My History and My Community

Stories and traditions about ourselves and our families reflect who we are and where we are from., Explain the significance of personal or local events, objects, people or places.

Relationships and Responsibilities

P. 2

In what ways do people help one another at home, at school and in groups to ensure the vitality of their community?, How have changes affected my family over time

Rights, roles, and responsibilities shape our identity and help us build healthy relationships with others., Ways and which individual families differ and are the same.

Disasters in Canada: Prepare and Be Safe

P. 3

Investigate relationships between weather phenomena and human activity.

Adopting healthy personal practices and safety strategies protects ourselves and others.

The Stories, Histories and Peoples of Alberta: Recognize the presence and influence of diverse Aboriginal Peoples as inherent to Alberta's culture and identity, how is the diversity of Aboriginal peoples reflected in the number of languages spoken, What stories of Aboriginal peoples tell us about their beliefs regarding the relationship between people and their land?

Cultural characteristics and ways of life of local First Peoples and global indigenous peoples., Governance and social organization in local and global indigenous societies

Indigenous Communities in Canada

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Canadian Structures

P. 6

Indigenous Peoples’ Contributions to Canada

P. 7

Settler Life in Canada

Physical Science: Building With a variety of Materials, Identify the intended purpose and use of structures to be built, and explain how knowing the intended purpose and use helps guide decisions regarding materials and design.

Histories and Stories of Ways of Life in Canada

Investigate and discuss the importance of contributions made by individuals and groups, past and present.

P. 7

Communities in the Past

Early Canadian Settlement

To Be Canadian

P. 8

The Principals of Inclusion

Individuals have rights and responsibilities as global citizens., Participation and representation in Canada's system of government.

The Great Canadian Road Trip

P. 9

Students will demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of how the physical geography and natural resources of Canada affect the quality of life of all Canadians.

Canada is made up of many diverse regions and communities

Key figures in the exploration and settlement of North America; fur trade

Early contact, trade, cooperation, and conflict between First Nations and European peoples.

Understanding Canadian Government and Citizenship P. 14

Analyze the structure and funtion of local and provincial governments.

Levels of government, their main fuctions, and sources of funding

Black History in Canada

Stories of the Underground Railroad; Diversity of United Empire Loyalists

Past discriminatory government policies and actions

Acknowledge oral traditions, narratives and stories as valid sources of knowledge about the land and diverse Aboriginal cultures and history: Analyze various actions taken to address historical injustices.

The impact of colonization on First Peoples societies in British Columbia and Canada; Past discriminatory government policies and actions, such as residential schools.

Air and Aerodynamics, Flight, Biological Diversity, Structures and Forces, Freshwater and Saltwater Systems

Ecology, Diversity, Renewable and non-renewable energy, Natural Resources, Pollution

How have Canadian immigration policies contributed to increased diversity and multiculturalism within the Canadian population., How do stories of Chinese immigrants contribute to an understanding of the development of Canada?

The changing nature of Canadian immigration over time., Past discriminatory government policies, Human rights and responses to discrimination in Canadian society.

Histories and stories of Ways of Life in Canada: Acknowledge the roots of Francophone identity and presence in Canada, What do the stories tell us about Francophone history, culture and presence in Canada

The fur trade in pre-Confederation Canada and British Columbia., Impact of colonization on First peoples societies in British Columbia and Canada.

Explorers of Canada

COAST 2 COAST 2 COAST

How does each series fit into your province’s curriculum list?

SERIES

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Indigenous Life in Canada: Past, Present, Future

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Canadian Science: Technology and Sustainability

P. 16

Immigration to Canada: Then and Now

Welcome to New France

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Identify Remembrance Day as a time to think about peace and war., Give examples of traditions and celebrations that connect them to the past.

Changing Family and Community Traditions including other communities in Canada

Ask questions about people, traditions, roots, rituals, and celebrations

Describe the diversity of traditions, celebrations, or stories of individuals in the classroom and school.

Describe their responsibilities and rights in the school and community, Explain the purpose of rules and laws in the school and community.

Identify significant people/places/events in their lives., Roles and responsibilities of family members & other people in school/ neighbourhood

Discuss responsible behaviour and caring for the environment., Student Support and Inclusion

Analyze actions and practices in the family, classroom, and on the playground that support peace and harmony, including rules and decisionmaking processes.

Weather

Impact of various forces on society and the environment; Personal safety and injury prevention

Weather phenomena

Analyze the impact of weather on society and the environment

Communities in Canada: Recognize that First Nations and Inuit People are Canada's original peoples. Demonstrate interest in the shared experiences and stories of members of Aboriginal communities in Canada.

Heritage and Identity: Communities in Canada 1780-1850, Describe some of the similarities and differences in various aspects of everyday life, including celebrations, & powwows.

Students will demonstrate an understanding of Mi'kmaq communities.

Describe the influence of Treaty and First Nations people on the local community, Analyze how First Nations and Métis people have shaped and continue to shape Saskatchewan,

Materials and Structures: Explore to determine ways to strengthen a material use used for building. Recognize that balance affects the stability of a structure.

Understanding Structures and Mechanisms: Strong and stable Structures

Physical Science: Materials and structures: Identify problems to be solved while creating structures, Describe the properties of some common materials, and evaluate their suitability of use in building structures

Physical Science: Structures and Materials: Investigate properties of materials and methods of joinery used in structures. Assess the function and characteristics of strong, stable, and balanced natural and human-built structures.

Research and present information on significant Aboriginal peoples and historical events in Manitoba. First nations, Métis, Inuit contributions to World Wars

First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Connections.

Give examples of contributions mad by various individuals, groups, and cultures.

Describe the influence of Treaty and First nations people on the local community.

Identify ways in which life in Canadian communities has changed over time.

Heritage and Identity: Communities in Canada 1780-1850

Identify democratic ideals in Canadian society, Valuing diversity

Equity and Inclusion Education Strategy, Character Development Initiative - Respect for Diversity, Citizenship Development

Students will examine the rights and responsibilities of citizens in a democracy., Student Support and Inclusion

A Canadian Vision: Equality Inclusion, Discuss cultural diversity in the family and classroom., Analyze rights and responsibilities of citizens in the local community

Students study the physical geography of Manitoba and Canada, including the political boundaries, and geographic regions of Canada.

Identify various physical regions in Canada and describe their location and some of the major ways in which they are distinct from and similar to each other.

Have an understanding of the varied geographical features of Canada.

Grade 5 students of social studies will explore Canada, from historical, cultural, economic, and contemporary societal perspectives.

European Explorers and traders; interactions with First Peoples

Describe significant aspects of the interactions between Indigenous Peoples and European explorers

Examine various stories of explorers

Assess the coming together of First nations peoples with the French and British explorers

Government (main features, political parties, leaders, electoral processes)

The role of government and responsible Citizenship

Explain the purposes and functions of governance structures in Canada, including First Nations systems.

Describe the purpose, function, powers, and decision -making processes of Canadian government.

Identify differences in citizenship rights for various groups in 1867. United Empire Loyalists

Development of communities in Canada; Loyalist Migrations; American Revolution

Learn about the past of African Nova Scotians; describe the multicultural, multiracial, and multiethnic character of Canadian society

African Canadian Black History Month

Identify Aboriginal communities, Cultures, and language in Manitoba; Treaties and reserves; Aboriginal rights

Assess the impact that imitations with respect to legal status, rights, and privileges had on First Nations, Métis, and Inuit.

Aboriginal human rights issues, UN declaration of Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Explain the relationship of First nations and Métis with the land., Analyze the implications of treaty relationships, Demonstrate an understanding of the First Nations system of governance.

Flight, Diversity of Living things, Forces and Structures, Water Systems

Properties of Air and Principles of flight, Biodiversity, Conservation of energy and Resources, Structure and Function, Water Systems

Flight, Diversity of Life

Principles of flight, Diversity of Living things, Earth's Crust and Resources, Water Systems on Earth

Describe characteristics that define Canada as a country.

Heritage and Identity: Communities in Canada, Past and Present

Explain why people migrate and provide examples of push and pull factors., Demonstrate an understanding of the debate surrounding immigration policy since 1920.

Identify tends and challenges in Canada's demographics., Differentiate between refugees and immigrants. Explain what motivates newcomers to move to Canada.

Cluster 1: First peoples, Cluster 2: Early European Colonization (1600 to 1763), Cluster 3: Fur Trade

Heritage and Identity: First Nations and Europeans in New France and Early Canada., The Impact of Interactions: Explain some of the ways in which interactions between and among First Nations and Europeans in New France are connected to issues in present-day Canada.

Examine the changing social structures of the British and French in Atlantic Canada, Examine the British and French colonial rivalries in Atlantic Canada, Examine the relationship the French had with First nations and the Inuit of Atlantic Canada.

Demonstrate an understanding of the Aboriginal heritage of Canada. Identify the European influence on pre-confederation Canadian society.

Analyze daily life in a diversity of communties.


New Series! COAST 2 COAST 2 COAST

Black History in Canada Black Canadians have shaped Canadian history since it was first colonized. Black History in Canada explores the struggles many early black settlers faced and how black Canadians have fought throughout history for equal treatment. Readers will learn about the important contributions black Canadians have made from their initial arrival in colonial times through the present day.

READING LEVEL:

GRADES 4-6

FEATURES: Page Count: 32 • Trim Size: 8 ¼” x 10 ¼” Available in reinforced library hardcover and paperback INCLUDES: Colour Photographs, Black & White Photographs, Illustrations, Table of Contents Voices From the Past, Maps, Glossary Side Bars, For Further Information Timeline, Framing Questions Index, Web Sites

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TITLES Enslaved People in Canada ©20 Famous Black Canadians ©20 The Revolution and the Black Loyalists ©20 The Underground Railroad ©20

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AUTHOR/CONTENT CONSULTANT

HARDCOVER

PAPERBACK 978-1-77308-615-6

Julie Kentner/Christopher Stuart Taylor, PhD

978-1-77308-576-0

Ramona Heikel/Christopher Stuart Taylor, PhD

978-1-77308-574-6

978-1-77308-613-2

Julie Kentner/Christopher Stuart Taylor, PhD

978-1-77308-575-3

978-1-77308-614-9

Rachel Seigel/Christopher Stuart Taylor, PhD

978-1-77308-577-7

978-1-77308-616-3

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New Series!

Explorers of Canada Follow in the footsteps of some of Canada’s greatest explorers in this high-interest series. Each title chronicles the timeline of an explorer, explains the motivation behind their journey, and examines their relationship with Indigenous Peoples. A combination of modern and historic maps and colourful images highlight the places visited and discovered by these adventurers.

READING LEVEL:

GRADES 4-6

FEATURES: Page Count: 32 • Trim Size: 8 1/4” x 10 1/4” Available in reinforced library hardcover and paperback INCLUDES:

Colour Photographs, Black & White Photographs, and Illustrations, Table of Contents, Maps, Glossary, Side Bars, For Further Information, Timeline, Flash Forward, Index, Web Sites

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TITLES Alexander Mackenzie ©20 David Thompson ©20 George Vancouver ©20 Jacques Cartier ©20 John and Jane Franklin ©20 Samuel de Champlain ©20

AUTHOR Natalie Hyde

$30.95 List / $24.76 Discount $15.95 List / $12.76 Discount

HARDCOVER PAPERBACK 978-1-77308-586-9

978-1-77308-625-5

Ellen Rodger

978-1-77308-587-6

978-1-77308-626-2

Cynthia O’Brien

978-1-77308-588-3

978-1-77308-627-9

Cynthia O’Brien

978-1-77308-589-0

978-1-77308-628-6

Natalie Hyde

978-1-77308-590-6

978-1-77308-629-3

Ellen Rodger

978-1-77308-591-3

978-1-77308-630-9

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New Series!

Understanding Canadian Government and Citizenship This dynamic series introduces young readers to the three levels of government in Canada and its impact on daily life. It also explores the rights and responsibilities of citizens. Colourful flowcharts and diagrams illustrate government processes, while side bars examine contemporary issues and invite readers to think critically about modern Canadian politics.

READING LEVEL:

GRADES 4-6

FEATURES: Page Count: 32 • Trim Size: 8 1/4” x 10 1/4” Available in reinforced library hardcover and paperback INCLUDES:

Colour Photographs, Table of Contents, Infographics, Side Bars, Diagrams, Charts, Case Studies, Flow Charts, Glossary, To Learn More, About the Author, Index, Web Sites

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TITLES Canada’s Political Parties ©20 Federal Government ©20 First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Governance ©20 Municipal Government ©20 Provincial and Territorial Government ©20 Responsibilities of Citizenship ©20

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AUTHOR/CONTENT CONSULTANT

HARDCOVER

PAPERBACK

Simon Rose

978-1-77308-607-1

978-1-77308-646-0

Heather C. Hudak

978-1-77308-608-8

978-1-77308-647-7

Simon Rose/Dennis McPherson

978-1-77308-609-5 978-1-77308-648-4

Heather C. Hudak

978-1-77308-610-1

978-1-77308-649-1

Heather C. Hudak

978-1-77308-611-8

978-1-77308-650-7

Simon Rose

978-1-77308-612-5

978-1-77308-651-4

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FEATURES: • Page Count: 32 • Trim Size: 8 1/4” x 10 1/4” • Available in reinforced library hardcover and paperback

INCLUDES: Colour Photographs, Black & White Photographs, Table of Contents, Side Bars, Glossary, To Learn More, Maps, Critical Thinking, Questions, Web Sites

PRICING: Reinforced Library Hardcover: $30.95 List / $24.76 Discount Paperback: $15.95 List / $12.76 Discount

COAST 2 COAST 2 COAST

Canadian Science: Technology and Sustainability This series examine Canadian technology as it relates to sustainability and stewardship. Books in this series describe what is happening in Canada today as well as provide a look forward into the future of these technologies.

READING LEVEL: GRADES 5-6

GUIDED READING LEVEL: U

TITLES

Canadian Air and Flight Technology ©19 Canadian Biodiversity ©19 Canadian Energy Technology ©19 Canadian Natural Resources ©19 Canadian Structures and Sustainability ©19 Canadian Water and Sustainability ©19

AUTHOR/CONTENT CONSULTANT

HARDCOVER

PAPERBACK

Tara Nykyforiak/Jeremy Laliberte, PhD

978-1-77308-336-0

978-1-77308-366-7

Sheryl Normandeau/Mikaël Jaffré, PhD

978-1-77308-337-7

978-1-77308-367-4

James Bow/Josh Taylor, PhD

978-1-77308-338-4

978-1-77308-368-1

Sheryl Normandeau/Anne Johnson, PhD

978-1-77308-339-1

978-1-77308-369-8

James Bow/Michael Bartlett, PhD

978-1-77308-340-7

978-1-77308-370-4

James Bow/ Susan Gaskin, PhD

978-1-77308-341-4

978-1-77308-371-1

Immigration to Canada: Then and Now This series examines different groups that have immigrated to Canada throughout Canadian history, including when, where, and why they settled. What was life like for immigrants when they arrived, and how did it change for subsequent generations? Books in this series explore the groups’ contributions to Canadian society and culture, and highlight key figures from history.

READING LEVEL: GRADES 5-6

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GUIDED READING LEVEL: T

TITLES

Caribbean Immigrants in Canada ©19 Chinese Immigrants in Canada ©19 Irish Immigrants in Canada ©19 Japanese Immigrants in Canada ©19 Middle Eastern Immigrants in Canada ©19 Southeast Asian Immigrants in Canada ©19

AUTHOR/CONTENT CONSULTANT

HARDCOVER

PAPERBACK

Julie Kentner/Anton Allahar, PhD

978-1-77308-342-1

978-1-77308-372-8

Ramona Heikel/Timothy J. Stanley, PhD

978-1-77308-343-8

978-1-77308-373-5

Julie Kentner/Mark McGowan, PhD

978-1-77308-344-5

978-1-77308-374-2

Rachel Seigel/Dr. Darren J. Aoki (Cantab)

978-1-77308-345-2

978-1-77308-375-9

Lydia Lukidis/Nadia Abu-Zahra, DPHIL

978-1-77308-346-9

978-1-77308-376-6

Lydia Lukidis/Feng Hou, PhD

978-1-77308-347-6

978-1-77308-377-3

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5 New Titles Added to Series! COAST 2 COAST 2 COAST

Av frenailabl ch! e in p.2 0

Indigenous Life in Canada: Past, Present, Future

Indigenous peoples have played an influential role in Canadian history and continue to do so today. From the past and into the future, Indigenous Life in Canada reveals the challenges Indigenous peoples face, celebrates their diverse cultures, and highlights the contributions they make in Canada.

READING LEVEL:

GRADES 5-6

GUIDED READING LEVEL: V FEATURES: Page Count: 32 Trim Size: 8 ¼” x 10 ¼” Available in reinforced library hardcover and paperback INCLUDES: Colour Photographs, Black & White Photographs and Illustrations, Table of Contents, Maps, Glossary, For Further Information, Side Bars, Framing Questions, Index, Web Sites

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TITLES

“... this up-to-date series with current language would be very useful for classroom, school, and public libraries as it aligns with many topics within each provinces social studies/ history curriculum and studies of current events within Canada. Excellent” —Resource Links

$30.95 List / $24.76 Discount $15.95 List /$12.76 Discount AUTHOR/CONTENT CONSULTANT

HARDCOVER

PAPERBACK

Cultural Appropriation ©20 Heather C. Hudak/Danielle Bird Governance ©18 Simon Rose/ Dr. Agnes Pawlowska-Mainville Oral Traditions and Storytelling ©18 Anita Yasuda/ Dr. Agnes Pawlowska-Mainville Protests ©20 Erin Nicks/Danielle Bird Residential Schools ©20 Heather C. Hudak/Danielle Bird Sixties Scoop ©20 Erin Nicks/Danielle Bird Spirituality ©18 Anita Yasuda/Stanley Wilson, PhD Stewardship ©18 Simon Rose/ M. A. Smith, PhD Symbolism in Indigenous Arts and Cultures ©20 Erin Nicks/Danielle Bird Treaties ©18 Simon Rose/ Dr. Agnes Pawlowska-Mainville Truth and Reconciliation ©18 Simon Rose/ Dr. Agnes Pawlowska-Mainville

978-1-77308-602-6

978-1-77308-641-5

978-1-77308-119-9

978-1-77308-179-3

978-1-77308-120-5

978-1-77308-180-9

978-1-77308-603-3

978-1-77308-642-2

978-1-77308-604-0

978-1-77308-643-9

978-1-77308-605-7

978-1-77308-644-6

978-1-77308-122-9

978-1-77308-182-3

978-1-77308-121-2

978-1-77308-181-6

978-1-77308-606-4

978-1-77308-645-3

978-1-77308-123-6

978-1-77308-183-0

978-1-77308-124-3

978-1-77308-184-7

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Welcome to British North America Canada’s colonial history is rich with conflict and progress. Welcome to British North America offers a wide-ranging look at life in Upper Canada after it was settled by the British. Readers will learn how the British colonies were established and governed and see what life was like for both settlers and Indigenous Peoples between 1713 and 1850.

GUIDED READING LEVEL: V-W

TITLES

HARDCOVER PAPERBACK

Communities in British North America ©18 Conflicts in British North America ©18 Daily Life in British North America ©18 Governance of British North America ©18 Indigenous Relations in British North America ©18 Settlement of British North America ©18

978-1-77308-143-4 978-1-77308-203-5 978-1-77308-144-1 978-1-77308-204-2 978-1-77308-145-8 978-1-77308-205-9 978-1-77308-146-5 978-1-77308-206-6 978-1-77308-147-2 978-1-77308-207-3 978-1-77308-148-9 978-1-77308-208-0

AUTHOR: Heather C. Hudak CONTENT CONSULTANT: John C. Walsh, Indigenous Relations in British North America: Dr. Kathryn Labelle

Welcome to New France

Available in french! p.20

READING LEVEL: GRADES 5-6 FEATURES: • Page Count: 32 • Trim Size: 8 1/4” x 10 1/4” • Available in reinforced library hardcover and paperback INCLUDES: Colour Photographs, Black & White Photographs, Table of Contents, Side Bars, Glossary, To Learn More, Maps, Critical Thinking, Questions, Web Sites PRICING: Reinforced Library Hardcover: $30.95 List / $24.76 Discount

The colonial era is a fascinating and much studied era in Canadian history. Welcome to New France will offer a comprehensive look at life in New France. Readers will learn how the colonies were explored and settled, and what life was like in the time period spanning from the early 1500s into the nineteenth century.

COAST 2 COAST 2 COAST

Paperback: $15.95 List / $12.76 Discount

GUIDED READING LEVEL: V-W

TITLES

AUTHOR

Conflicts in New France ©17 Maddie Spalding Daily Life in New France ©17 Anitra Budd Exploration of New France ©17 Christine Zuchora-Walske Relationships with Aboriginal First Nations ©17 Molly Jones Religion in New France ©17 Racquel Foran Road to Upper and Lower Canada ©17 Janet Slingerland

HARDCOVER PAPERBACK 978-1-77308-018-5

978-1-77308-046-8

978-1-77308-019-2

978-1-77308-047-5

978-1-77308-021-5

978-1-77308-049-9

978-1-77308-022-2

978-1-77308-050-5

978-1-77308-023-9

978-1-77308-051-2

978-1-77308-020-8

978-1-77308-048-2

Canada Turns 150

READING LEVEL: GRADES 6-7

Journey through 150 years of Canadian history in this celebratory series. Canada Turns 150 highlights important people and events that helped shape the nation between 1867 and 2017. Readers will explore key moments in politics, social issues, sports, arts, conflicts, and more.

FEATURES: • Page Count: 48 • Trim Size: 8 ¾” x 11 1⁄8” • Available in reinforced library hardcover and paperback

TITLES

AUTHOR HARDCOVER PAPERBACK

Canada Becomes a Federation: 1867-1879 ©18 Thomas Dirsa Canada Unites: 1880-1913 ©18 Allison Lassieur Canada on the World Stage: 1914-1945 ©18 Julie Kentner Canada Exercises Diplomacy: 1946-1959 ©18 Emily Rose Oachs Canada in Flux: 1960-1979 ©18 Julie Kentner Canada Charters Its Future: 1980-1993 ©18 Laura Murray Canada Serves Its People: 1994-2000 ©18 Erin Nicks Canada Today: 2001-2017 ©18 Erin Nicks CONTENT CONSULTANT: David Mills, PhD

978-1-77308-112-0

978-1-77308-171-7

978-1-77308-113-7

978-1-77308-172-4

978-1-77308-114-4

978-1-77308-173-1

978-1-77308-115-1

978-1-77308-174-8

978-1-77308-116-8

978-1-77308-175-5

978-1-77308-117-5

978-1-77308-176-2

978-1-77308-118-2

978-1-77308-1-779

978-1-77308-178-6

978-1-77308-269-1

CURRATED WEB CONTENT: canada150.beechstreetbooks.ca

INCLUDES: Colour Photographs, Black & White Photographs and Illustrations, Table of Contents, Maps, Glossary, For Further Information, Timelines, Side Bars, Web Sites PRICING: Reinforced Library Hardcover: $31.95 List / $25.56 Discount Paperback: $16.95 List / $13.56 Discount

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En français

New French Translation! Les grandes escapades routières canadiennes Prépare-toi à explorer le Canada d’un océan à l’autre ! Cette série très visuelle mène les lecteurs sur une escapade routière à travers toutes les provinces et les territoires canadiens. Visite les principales villes et parcours les sentiers battus à la découverte des gens, de l’environnement, de la nourriture, des cultures et de l’histoire de chaque région. Les détours ajoutent des anecdotes et des blagues au parcours, tandis que des cartes indiquent le chemin parcouru. NOUVEAU

Explore l’Alberta ! ©20 978-1-77308-730-6

NOUVEAU

Explore la Colombie-Britannique ! ©20 978-1-77308-731-3

NOUVEAU

Explore l’Île-du-Prince-Édouard ! ©20 978-1-77308-738-2

NOUVEAU

Explore le Manitoba ! ©20 978-1-77308-732-0

NOUVEAU

Explore le Nouveau-Brunswick ! ©20 978-1-77308-733-7

NOUVEAU

Explore la Nouvelle-Écosse ! ©20

NOUVEAU

Explore le Nunavut ! ©20 978-1-77308-736-8

NOUVEAU

Explore l’Ontario ! ©20 978-1-77308-737-5

NOUVEAU

Explore le Québec ! ©20 978-1-77308-739-9

NOUVEAU

Explore la Saskatchewan ! ©20 978-1-77308-740-5

NOUVEAU

Explore Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador ! ©20 978-1-77308-734-4

NOUVEAU

Explore les Territoires du Nord-Ouest ! ©20 978-1-77308-741-2

NOUVEAU

Explore le Yukon ! ©20 978-1-77308-742-9

978- 1-77308-735-1

Niveau de lecture : 3e - 6e année Liste de prix : 30,95 $ Caractéristiques : Reliure de bibliothèque • Grandeur : 8 ¼” x 10 ¼ • Pages : 32 Prix de rabais : 24,76 $ Fonctionnalités :Photographies en couleur, Illustrations en couleur, Terminologie, Table des matières, À propos de l'auteur, Questions d'encadrement, Cartes, Glossaire, Pour en savoir plus, Sites Web

Les communautés autochtones canadiennes Environ 1,4 million d’autochtones vivent aujourd’hui au Canada. Ils proviennent de plusieurs grandes communautés, chacune d’elle ayant sa propre histoire, sa propre langue et ses propres pratiques culturelles. Les livres de la série Les communautés autochtones canadiennes explorent la vie de ces citoyens autochtones, leur passé comme leur présent. La communauté crie ©18 978-1-77308-159-5 La communauté huronne-wendate ©18  978-1-77308-160-1 La communauté iroquoise ©18  978-1-77308-161-8 La communauté métisse ©18  978-1-77308-162-5 La communauté ojibwée ©18  978-1-77308-163-2 La communauté salish ©18  978-1-77308-164-9 Les Inuits ©19  978-1-77308-514-2 Les Mi’kmaq ©19  978-1-77308-515-9 Les Mohawks ©19  978-1-77308-516-6 Les Nakotas ©19  978-1-77308-517-3 Les Nisga’a ©19  978-1-77308-518-0 Les Odawas ©19  978-1-77308-519-7 Niveau de lecture : 2e - 3e année Liste de prix : 27,95 $ Caractéristiques : Reliure de bibliothèque • Grandeur : 9" x 9" • Pages : 24 Prix de rabais : 22,36 $ Fonctionnalités : Photographies en couleur/noir et blanc, Table des matières, Index, À propos de l'auteur, Questions d'encadrement, Cartes, Glossaire, Pour en savoir plus, Sites Web

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En français Être Canadien Plusieurs facteurs façonnent notre identité canadienne en constante évolution. Peu importe nos origines ou nos croyances culturelles, il est important que tous les Canadiens se sentent acceptés. La série Être Canadien explore l’essence de la signification d’être Canadien et examine comment chacun tout le monde peut faire de ce pays un meilleur endroit à vivre. Créer un Canada meilleur : une société juste ©19  978-1-77308-502-9 Des occasions pour tous : l’inclusion ©19  978-1-77308-503-6 Être qui l’on veut être : la liberté ©19  978-1-77308-504-3 La justice pour tous : l’équité ©19  978-1-77308-505-0 Respecter notre planète : le développement durable ©19  978-1-77308-506-7 S’implique : la démocratie ©19 978-1-77308-507-4 Niveau de lecture : 2e - 4e année Liste de prix : 27,95 $ Caractéristiques : Reliure de bibliothèque • Grandeur : 9" x 9" • Pages : 24 Prix de rabais : 22,36 $ Fonctionnalités : Photographies en couleur, Table des matières, Glossaire, Pour en savoir plus, Cartes, Questions d'encadrement, Sites Web

Les familles canadiennes Les Canadiens viennent d’horizons divers. Bien des éléments de nos vies sont semblables à ceux de nos voisins, mais plusieurs autres peuvent être très différents. Les livres de la série Les familles canadiennes explorent les différentes façons de vivre au quotidien de ces gens d’origine diverse. L’alimentation et les traditions canadiennes ©18 978-1-77308-165-6 Les amusements et les jeux canadiens ©18  978-1-77308-166-3 Les Canadiens à la maison ©18  978-1-77308-167-0 Les Canadiens à l’école ©18  978-1-77308-168-7 Les Canadiens au travail ©18  978-1-77308-169-4 Les célébrations canadiennes ©18  978-1-77308-170-0 Niveau de lecture : 2e année Liste de prix : 27,95 $ Caractéristiques : Reliure de bibliothèque • Grandeur : 9" x 9" • Pages : 24 Fonctionnalités : Photographies en couleur, Table des matières, Prix de rabais : 22,36 $ À propos de l'auteur, Index, Index, Glossaire, Questions d'encadrement, Sites Web

Les structures canadiennes Le Canada est garni de merveilleux éléments d’architecture et d’ingénierie de l’ère moderne. La série Les structures canadiennes amène les lecteurs sur un circuit décrivant le lieu, la fabrication et la raison d’être de différentes structures à travers le pays. Les lecteurs apprendront également plus sur les forces scientifiques et technologiques qui agissent sur les structures. Les gratte-ciels ©19 978-1-77308-520-3 Les ponts ©19 978-1-77308-521-0 Les routes ©19 978-1-77308-522-7 Les stades ©19 978-1-77308-523-4 Les tunnels ©19 978-1-77308-524-1 Les tours ©19 978-1-77308-525-8 Niveau de lecture : 3e année

Liste de prix : 27,95 $ Caractéristiques : Reliure de bibliothèque • Grandeur : 9” x 9”• Pages : 24 Prix de rabais : 22,36 $

Fonctionnalités : Photographies en couleur, Table des matières, Glossaire, Pour en savoir plus, Cartes, Questions d'encadrement, Sites Web

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En français Travailler dans les communautés canadiennes Les gens se rendent au travail à tous les jours partout au Canada. Que vous viviez dans une petite ou une grande ville, sur la ferme ou en banlieue, plusieurs types d’emplois sont disponibles. Les livres de la série Les communautés canadiennes vous en apprendront plus sur les gens qui vivent et travaillent dans desdifférentes régions du Canada, ainsi que sur les types d’emplois que vous pouvez y trouver. Les emplois dans les banlieues canadiennes ©18  Les emplois dans les petites municipalités canadiennes ©18  Les emplois dans les régions rurales canadiennes ©18  Les emplois dans les villes canadiennes ©18 

978-1-77308-155-7 978-1-77308-156-4 978-1-77308-157-1 978-1-77308-158-8

Niveau de lecture : 3e année Liste de prix : 27,95 $ Caractéristiques : Reliers bibliothèque renforcés • Grandeur : 9"x 9" • Pages : 24 Fonctionnalités : Photographies en couleur, Table des matières, À propos de l'auteur, Index, Glossaire, Questions d’encadrement, Sites Web Prix de rabais : 22,36 $

Bienvenue en Nouvelle-France La fondation du Canada est remplie de périls et de défis. Les livres de la série Bienvenue en NouvelleFrance fournissent un guide complet sur ce qu’était la vie en Nouvelle-France. Les lecteurs apprendront comment se déroulaient la prospection et l’iétablissement des colonies, et à quoi ressemblait la vie durant cette période historique, qui s’étend du début des années 1500 jusqu’au XIXe siècle. Le chemin vers le Haut-Canada et le Bas-Canada ©18  Les conflits en Nouvelle-France ©18  La prospection en Nouvelle-France ©18  Les relations avec les Premières Nations ©18  La religion en Nouvelle-France ©18  La vie quotidienne en Nouvelle-France ©18 

978-1-77308-154-0 978-1-77308-152-6 978-1-77308-149-6 978-1-77308-153-3 978-1-77308-150-2 978-1-77308-151-9

Niveau de lecture : 5e-6e année Liste de prix : 30,95 $ Caractéristiques : Reliure de bibliothèque • Grandeur : 8 ¼" x 10 ¼" • Pages : 32 Fonctionnalités : Photographies en couleur/noir et blanc, Table des matières, Index, À propos de l'auteur, Questions d'encadrement, Cartes, Prix de rabais : 24,76 $ Glossaire, Pour en savoir plus, Sites Web

La vie autochtone au Canada : au passé, au présent et au futur Les peuples autochtones ont joué un rôle influent dans l’histoire du Canada, et ils maintiennent leur rôle encore aujourd’hui. En observant du passé vers l’avenir, la série La vie autochtone au Canada révèle les défis que doivent surmonter les peuples autochtones, célèbre leur diversité culturelle et souligne leur contribution dans l’établissement du Canada. La gouvernance ©19  L’intendance ©19  La spiritualité ©19  Les traditions orales et la narration D’histoires ©19  Les traités ©19  Vérité et réconciliation ©19 

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Niveau de lecture : 5e-6e année Liste de prix : 30,95 $ Caractéristiques : Reliure de bibliothèque • Grandeur : 8 ¼” x 10 ¼” • Pages : 32 Prix de rabais : 24,76 $ Fonctionnalités : Photographies en couleur/Noir et blanc, Illustrations en couleur, Table des matières, Glossaire, Pour en savoir plus, Cartes, Questions d'encadrement, Sites Web

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