Canada: The Land
The second-largest country on Earth, Canada possesses a tremendous variety of natural wonders. This new second revision to Canada the Land takes students on a fascinating tour of the country's rugged coasts, frozen northern regions, vast prairies, and majestic mountain ranges.
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