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Top Customer Reviews: Diary of a ...

Rating: 4 out of 5 with 2 ratings
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Top Customer Reviews: Underground To ...

Rating: 4 out of 5 with 17 ratings
5 / 5
Formed: Paperback This book are adds in of the details. Well you research it. It is the book of young adult . I quite read some books of young adult as they are not complicated with the plot of facts. Well read.
4 / 5
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4 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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This would be the good book for students around a Note 6 level. For the oldest students,
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active entailed. A lot some obstacles some slaves the evasion has found gaze to be
has solved quickly, before any one the true climax was able to be established. A book has left for some
a lot in-depth, and enriching conversations of class, but so only when some ideas have been taken external of
the novel and applied to current chances. Although there is a lot of critisim in our perspective, this
the novel could be read to comprise a vicious appearance of slavery and a history behind the all,
by means of some discussions of rich class evokes.
4 / 5
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A main character Julilly raisin for some a lot of hardships and hurt that tries to take in Canada to be free, but in an end was all currency he. A book also says roughly like some people have died to try to take to an earth of a free, Canada.
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5 / 5
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4 / 5
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Although some mature tongue, this book are adds for age 11+! I estimate this book 4 and 3/4 out of 5 stars! Amazing!
4 / 5
This book are adds in of the details. Well you research it. It is the book of young adult . I quite read some books of young adult as they are not complicated with the plot of facts. Well read.
4 / 5
The good book bought for my looks of aunt to enjoy it :)
5 / 5
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5 / 5
Yes, a book contains a n-word. I think that the professors and the parents comprise that this horrible word has been used in pre-Amsterdam of Civil War. A simple explanation to students roughly that abusing a word is - and a substitution of a wash of word' - and think any note 6-7 class would manage a wording so only well. Smucker No the only helps say a history of a subterranean street, employs good-looking tongue, particularly when describing character. Rid adds.
5 / 5
Will admit that I have known in a Subterranean Street but I never really @@give that a place where the leading slaves have looked for to escape to Canada of era – no until I have read this book. It is born and domestic in Quebec and a Subterranean Street has not been to separate of a history of this province. And second that it can the record has not gone never really mentioned in a history of lessons of Canada neither. But I have married Franco-Ontarian and live in Ontario. When I have begun to homeschool, I stumbled here and there on mentioned of Subterranean Street but somehow has believed to be in slaves that tries to achieve some north states of some the EUA.

Imagines my surprise when I have read this wonderful novel the one who presented to an adventure to leave an installation where the slave was to escape north the liberty. As I have read this book, was hooked and my edges of mine the old plus also read he in an incredible short period of time. Both of enjoyed to learn more in a process of a Subterranean Street and that discovers what time take to achieve the fate.

Reading this book was an opener of eye on something concealed was part of the history of Canada as well as some the EUA. We have learnt enough the bit in a Subterranean Street. A book also contains information in an author, the cast of some main people has involved in a Subterranean Street, things to do and things to think roughly. Also it contains the glossary as well as the bibliography for those of you to the that would like me read more in a subject.
4 / 5
&65279; esubterranean to Canada' for Barbra Smucker is the novel in slaves United States
of Amsterdam during a late 19th century and prompt 20th century. A history follows two slaves in
his travesía to find the emission of slavery has seen a esubterranean Street' in Canada. Subconscio
Of the as Canada can really control for them, has persisted has based so only in a hope that which his
had been said roughly Canada would be true, to fulfil his sleep or liberty.
This would be the good book for students around a Note 6 level. For the oldest students,
this in spite of, this rids has not looked the fully describe a geniuine difficulty that similar travesía of épico
active entailed. A lot some obstacles some slaves the evasion has found gaze to be
has solved quickly, before any one the true climax was able to be established. A book has left for some
a lot in-depth, and enriching conversations of class, but so only when some ideas have been taken external of
the novel and applied to current chances. Although there is a lot of critisim in our perspective, this
the novel could be read to comprise a vicious appearance of slavery and a history behind the all,
by means of some discussions of rich class evokes.
4 / 5
This book is awesome! You think all some things take for admitted and last has to that it has been it to be possessed.
A main character Julilly raisin for some a lot of hardships and hurt that tries to take in Canada to be free, but in an end was all currency he. A book also says roughly like some people have died to try to take to an earth of a free, Canada.
Any @@subject that the age would owe that read this book, you wont complain it!
5 / 5
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4 / 5
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Top Customer Reviews: Peril at Pier Nine ...

Rating: 4 out of 5 with 2 ratings
5 / 5
I have enjoyed really this book. I remember this disaster, was around at the same time. So as some characters are fictional is historically attentive. An interesting history layered at the bottom of disaster.
DC
4 / 5
Very read, agree when it is spent, was so only the boy then.

Top Customer Reviews: That's Not ...

Rating: 4 out of 5 with 3 ratings
4 / 5
Ossia The true history of the Canadian very famous goalie the one who has invented a mask of hockey and has changed a game of hockey partorisca always.

Like the little boy Jacques there has been an innate passion partorisca a game of hockey. It begins in the very young age partorisca touch and practical. In an age of three was is touching every day. There is the hockey of control puck? The no. Uses the ball of tennis. In age five is still the small hockey fanatic and is touching a lot of-stop. There is the real hockey sticks to use? No. His dad the clave out of the root of tree and forges on with some games. His prime minister goalie the tampons are done out of stock exchanges of potato and the slats of forests have done of supposition that? Yes, his sweet dad the one who offered a lot of innovative ideas like his edges can touch a game. When it Is fifteen aim of touches partorisca the crew of factory in Shawinigan and wins fifty-cents the game. His sucedido More adds them comes when it is veintiuno and a Canadian Montreal assumes like this goalie. His sleep partorisca result the hockey adds goalie has come finally the fruition.

Jacques is quickly, agile and nicknamed 'Jake a Snake'. Has the only fashion partorisca touch a game that mark his crew the winner on and on again. This rough and hard game comes with a lot of course, bruises and harms, especially yes is a goalie. Jacques has suffered hard-pipe pucks his face that resulted in the jaw broken, the cheekbones broken, multiple stitches, and the fractured skull. Finally Jacques takes to his point partorisca touch to be wounded a too much time. Bravely it takes partorisca plant and faces his bus that says enough is enough. You do not touch anymore unless it can spend the protective mask how was unheard of the the same time.

Be courageous and that goes against all the tradition of leading hockey he so only-handedly transmissions a way a game of hockey is touched for ever.

A history is very interesting and involving. The girls will love it. Some by heart full illustrations a reader feels that they are submerged in him. Jacques Plants has been in to result one of a More adds them goalies of the time everything . His not backing down and his gross the perseverance is the wonderful function -model to continuation for future generations... It stands up and fight so that it is well. A short biological is looked in an end of a book for information further in this @@@titan of hockey. Highly it recommends this book.
4 / 5
Now, has read this book totally reason have loved. Yes, it have shared he with my edges has been feeling like this has not been the book of boys ( is 11 - 'also old for books of boys,' says). So much, I read it to me.

This agreed of a famous Canadian history French, 'A Sweater of Hockey'. This book details a French Canadian boy the one who has dreamed of the sweater of hockey of the Canadians, but instead takes the sweater of the leaves of Arce dreads instead.

Instead, 'Concealed is not Hockey!' It explains a history behind because hockey goalies masks of wear. With the enormous nods to Jaques Plant (and mention he to Write Lafleur), lovers of the true hockey of all the ages will adore this history adds to stand up to the bullies and that remains true to that knows is well.

Has had the complaint, is that I have not taken to read this in French. Like the bilingual Canadian, suspect this history reads included better in French.

Some fat thanks to NetGalley and an amazing editor Annick Press for access of prompt reader to this punctual-to-be it classical Canadian hockey.
5 / 5
I Canadians are known generally for his amour of hockey to the equal that am quite sure this will be the popular book in of the libraries and of the houses in this country. The fast studio around our house that asks the people have known those who has in the first place past masks of hockey and his all has answered, 'Jacques Plant.' C in spite of a fact that in our people of look to house crazier roughly football.
This book has said a history of this famous goalie. You are obsessed with the hockey of a time was to grieve able to speak and was the talented goalie of his early years. When you Are the professional player , Jacques Plants is coming up with the special mask to protect his face of a hockey pucks concealed always has flown in him and in hablador serious harm. At the beginning it faces the plot of control, but was such the lovely player that has arrived his way in an end. Today all goalies protect of face of the wear because of him.
Félix Girard The illustrations this nonfiction the picture reserves an absolute delight to read.

Top Customer Reviews: Camp ...

Rating: 4 out of 5 with 8 ratings
5 / 5
My grandson of 11 years read this book and inspired me partorisca read it also. He so only spent partorisca be coincident that had been reading 'A Man has called Intrepid' in Bill' still like looked in Camp X. A recommended book partorisca this age. Some violence this in spite of underline some dangers and harms of war in the no-gratuitous way.
Now is reading book 3 in some serious this in spite of enjoying them immensely
4 / 5
has loved this history. Has a lot of colgante. It was of a zone I coming from/come from like this interests. I have looked a serious in television in a camp, has wanted to read a history. It is the version of boy but writing very good.
5 / 5
Has loved this book!! Our edges of 11 years has has had to that do the report of the book and I have found this book. We have read out of strong all near like the way to spend time together with a prize of him taking is the book done for class. This was the book adds ! Found the very pleasant in time. Cant Expects to read a prójimo a!
4 / 5
Has read this to my boys 12 and 9. We love it to us! Fun history with a lot of colgante. Some transfers in a history has not seen coming. Recommended!
5 / 5
A well has appreciated read for my grandson of thirteen years.
4 / 5
Maintains interest, good historical facts, very written
4 / 5
has taken 2 copies and I does not agree ordering 2.
5 / 5
A look of sceptic. Ossia That I taken when have in the first place aimed a book to my boy of twelve years. But he then read a description in a backside of a book and the smile tugged in his lips. Look in me and has said “Sounds to interest.” And it take a book in his room. Three days later, gives it behind mine that says that it was done reading . Really? This was quickly. As it liked? It answer to say that it expect that it can revise other titles in a series. Mmmm! A book had taken his attention and mine also reason usually does not devour books like this unless it is very good and packed with mystery and action. I will admit that I have begun to read a book with which has done like this but before I share my thoughts roughly want the action the thoughts of my edges roughly that.

This book has surprised! Ossia Definitively one of the mine favourite some. A history was absolutely incredible. It was rich with details and action. I have not wanted to dip a book down. Jack and George are extremely good agents. They are so only crazy roughly all that does. I can not expect until I can read a next book. And that the absolute must has read.

Usually are a prime minister to read the book before I give it to my boys. But east times around I any one has had a time for the bed in the first place has taken like this the casualidad. I imagine that of then it was based in the Canadian history has based on war that a book would be to interest for my edges of mine old plus. It was a lot. Like this when it read the record time, was curious and decided for the bed also. A book is packed with actions and is by train to maintain you on a flange of your chair like calm bed that. It is hard of the place down like steps for some chapters because calm always wants to know more than that that will be to spend afterwards. Some boys discover the mysterious chances that goes like this exploring a forest a day and take swirled the the adventure has not expected would spend in his neighbourhood. In an end, spies of the suspect of a lot of people finds. Like These arrivals? I will not say reason think that that it is the worthy book to be discovered by young boys.

A book is geared for age of readers 8 to 12 years of the age but I think it would interest 13 and of the boys of 14 years also. In an end of a book, will have to some information on like them some bonds of book in with Canadian history. And still while law the note of an author, discovers fascinating information roughly Camp X and a man behind the – Gentleman William Stephenson. In these notes, an author also suggests other sources that would give more details on Camp X. Some main characters of this book, Jack and George, is fictional but some chances that surrounds some books are based in that really spent in Camp X during a Second world-wide War.

Top Customer Reviews: Fatty Legs (10th ...

Rating: 4 out of 5 with 3 ratings
4 / 5
It liked really of that has been writing to the point of the boy of a sequela is sum partorisca know the spent has gone back once be in residential a community and calm had transmission by means of any one the fault of the yours own....
4 / 5
This book was the good book partorisca read . His sad like these indigenous the boys have been treated.
4 / 5
Liked a realism of a sympathetic boy that says a history.

Top Customer Reviews: As Long as the ...

Rating: 4 out of 5 with 4 ratings
4 / 5
Ossia The novel adds . An amour of students that is based in the real person. The experiences of an author that grows up is authenic and involving. An introduction adds the First experiences of Nations partorisca the youngest readers.
4 / 5
A new book, like discribed. A book has arrived quickly with out in that side weaves it to me of money partorisca a book.
4 / 5
In this book speaks in the boys and that have done before they have had to that go was the residential school. A young boy lawrence has any idea that is going in and reason this goes to be spending. It listens his habladuría of parents in some pupils but can any the together place, as some parents that knows that will have that leaves house, go in the travesía to camp to spend a last of a time that has taken before they go the residential school. In a travesía lawrence and his calm grandma the grizzly bear.

He the Think the girls would owe that read this book because it aims people the one who a aboriginals has had to that spend for when some boys have had to that go to some residential schools.
4 / 5
A book is in the youngster of aboriginal boy has appointed Lawrence the one who bolt with his parents and his siblings. Lawrence is the boy to to which likes him the sleep and finds the pleasure adds in his daily activities. Lawrence has the sty of pet has appointed Ooh-Hoo the one who want a lot has cured of then of him of then was a boy . Lawrence owes skills to practise that will help in a future like the bay that chooses, and patience to hunt. Lawrence continuous in the travesía to camp with his familiar and grandparents but while he and his grandmother are walking in a forest finds a big more grizzly the bears have not seen never! The grandmother of Lawrence calms a bear and the and his famous family. A next day Lawrence discovers that it goes to be taken to the residential school, out of his house and family. Lawrence and his sibling shouts bitter tears and is later uploaded to the truck and taken to the pupil that is where some finals of history.

I personally think that this book was the bit to bore , a life of Lawrence is not that it is mad about it one and I honradamente found I dissatisfaction in of the sure points. A book directs more in Lawrences daily routines in a wilderness and less than real experiences of girls in of the schools residenciales.un book howeaver take the amazing sad turn when Lawrence has to that go to a school, is taken of his happy life and fond family and forced to go to this horrible school.

Is looking for The book to read to boys to teach them roughly some aboriginal boys that alive in a shrub as well as a process of the boys that is taken the residential schools then I recomend this howeaver ossia all can recomend he partorisca, averts salient points this book is being missing of in self interest.

Top Customer Reviews: Secret of the ...

Rating: 4 out of 5 with 5 ratings
5 / 5
As it can see, highly it recommends this book! I have enjoyed both some pictures and some illustrations in this lovely book that gave the glimpse to a life at the beginning our people of Nations.

Are still saddened for a travesty wreaked in his culture for a scrolling of his boys of his houses, and a criminalization of his ritual and tongue... Everything because of the lack of tolerance and comprising, and the deep-dread seated in some parts of some politics of our country and some people of our continent. We have so lost to try silence a whole culture and am a lot happy to have this book to read to the mine grandbabies, the one who, felizmente, does not know of this shameful exposure of bigotry still.
5 / 5
A good book for my note 2/3 students that speaks roughly like pot latches has been done illegal. Another book adds to have in your library.
4 / 5
For youngster Watl'kina, taking a boat to fish with his familiar to the small village nestled in some starts of has anchored was like an adventure. It is not sure reason is going, or the one who one strangely has wrapped the containers have contained that is to be hide on board a boat during a night. When He and his siblings is put to bed while his parents fulfil with some Elders, Watl'kina is disappointed to not being part of a banquet and festivity. It knows, this in spite of, that if an Indian Agent was to having followed the sound bounces of home, would have question.

After his young plus siblings is asleep, Watl'kina is unable to resist a decoy of some drums and chanting listens out of his window. He sneaks was, so only to fulfil masked to imagine the one who leaves gone in to a Big House. There, it is able to look a ceremony, a dance, and a chanting. Still it sees, for a an and only time in his life, his dance of father masked.

The SECRET OF THE DANCE is based on history, when a Canadian government instituted the laws that forbids some Aboriginal people to resist his ritual ceremonies. Offered the election among prison and having his ceremonial garb and regalía has confiscated, a lot has chosen prison.

Although this history could be complicated too much for the youngest girls that does not comprise true oppression or some Aboriginal customs, is still an interesting look in as world-wide is coming full circle .

Has revised stops: Jennifer Wardrip, aka 'A Character'
4 / 5
the illustrations and the history Add. Rico in detail and of the illustrations particularily a world of a bundle. A history faces a tentativa of governments in cultural genocide of Aboriginal people of Canada by means of one forbidding of cultural activities like a potlatch. Reading this history is the way adds to open discussion with the young and old boys. If you ask the boy, 'is good to break a law?' More it will answer 'Any one' May after reading this history my a lot of class has not been like this sure. A student said a potlatch the prohibition was the estupid' law. It is ironic that one has sawed-author Alfred Scow was the judge of the high court in spite of his family is breaking a law to mediate in a dance.

Has so many discussions of entities while inner some pages of this book, that the can not be ignored!
5 / 5
The book adds. The prize adds. Fast delivery. I have been pleased when it took it like this punctual and in such good condition. I will buy of this place again.

Top Customer Reviews: The Island ...

Rating: 4 out of 5 with 2 ratings
4 / 5
Susan Hughes, The HORSE of ISLAND, Illustrations for Alicia Quist, the girls Can Press Ltd., Toronto, 2012, 160 pages, Hardcover ISBN 978-1-55453-592-7 (Ages 7-10) $

With a publication of Black Beauty in 1877, a British author Anna Sewell has begun that is to know now as 'book of pony' gender of literature of boy. With fifty million copies have sold, the Black beauty is one of a better selling books of all time.[2] While forthrightly teaching solaz animal, he also teaches like partorisca treat people with goodnesses, compassion, and respect. But Sewell has not written a novel partorisca girls. It has said that his purpose in writing a novel was 'partorisca induce goodness, compassion, and a sympathetic treatment of horses' A Horse of the island for Susan Hughes is an excellent addition to this literary gender.
Susan Hughes, the one who bolt in Toronto, Canada, is an author has conferred, whose books partorisca boys comprise the chance has Closed?, Any Daughter has Left, Tierra to Audrey and Virginia. Has has loved the horses of then was the boy and has dreamed long to dip the history in Island of Sabre

Island of Sabre, a setting for A Horse of Island, is the small Atlantic island has situated 300 km to the sudeste of a Canadian port of Halifax, New Scotia. It is the year -round wife to less than the people of dozen, mainly scientific. Remarkable for his ponies of Sabre of Island, an island has been recently recognised like the National Park of Canada. Previously to 1801, an island has been lived sporadically for sealers, surviving of shipwreck, and salvagers known like wreckers. A canal that saves the life has been Short Island established for a government again Scotia in 1801 and his crew is resulted some first permanent inhabitants of an island. An island is home to on 400 that roams ponies of free Sabre of Island the one who is said to have gone down the horses have confiscated of a Acadians during an Expulsion Adds. In a past, the excess horses were often rounds on and shipped of an island and sold to be used in some coal mines of Boss Bretón Island. In 1960 a Canadian government has given a horse population protects full of human interference.
A Horse of Island is a history of the daughter of ten years has appointed Ellie, whose mother has died recently, and the one who, early a 19th century accompanies his father his new work like the crewman that saves life in Island of Sabre. Ellie is not happy reason has to that leave one New Scotia village and a pupil that knows and the amours and has to that leave his fellow better, Lizzie; a lot especially it has to that leave a place where his beloved mother is sotterrata. Arriving Short Island, Ellie continuous ail so that it has lost, more than rejoice in that has obtained it - the new little house of island, a closeness of a sea, included a casualidad of the fellow new. All this mark little difference his at the beginning, but Ellie has there is wanted always horses and when he the meeting of casualidad with an Island stallion, his life is changed for ever.
A Horse of Island is the fantastically published chapter reservation that will have the appeal adds especially to 7-daughters of 10 years. An attentively worded the history is enhanced for some glorious drawings of Alicia Quist, the self-taught artist of Peterborough, Ontario now that bolt in Big River, Alberta. Drawing and painting paralización while it can agree, the subject favourite of Alicia is always animal state; but his real amour is horses how is evident here. Beginning the readers will find this reserves the happy challenge; this in spite of, also is more suitable for the enjoy reading histories aloud.
4 / 5
Arrived quickly and like this described. Wonderful illustrations.