100 Things You Don’t Know About Atlantic Canada (for Kids)
Did you know that you can walk on the ocean floor at the Hopewell Rocks in New Brunswick? Or that there was once a UFO sighting in PEI? Or that someone found a real Maud Lewis painting in a thrift shop? Journalist Sarah Sawler, author of the bestselling 100 Things You Don’t Know About Nova Scotia, has collected the most interesting, surprising, and bizarre facts that you never knew about Atlantic Canada, just for kids. 100 Things You Don’t Know About Atlantic Canada (for Kids) includes fun photos and helpful explanations that go with all the wacky and weird trivia that is sure to entertain and educate. As an added bonus, each ‘thing’ is paired with an interactive sidebar suggesting fun family activities, and places to visit.
“Sawler’s book can be picked up and dived into at any point making it suitable for reluctant readers (especially those addicted to world record and trivia style books) and those requiring high interest paired with low vocabulary. The only fault to be found is the “for kids” designation as this book will surely garner many adult fans as well.” —Canadian Review of Materials.
100 Things You Don't Know About Atlantic Canada (for Kids), Nimbus Publishing