So, You Want to Be Canadian: All About the Most Fascinating People in the World and the Magical Place They Call Home (Google eBook)

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Chronicle Books, Jan 20, 2012 - Humor - 96 pages
13 Reviews
So, you want to be Canadian? Who doesn't these days? Canucks are enjoying a major renaissance in attention, from their enlightened social policies to their wild and wooly pop culture. This playful, trivia-packed book is a long-overdue celebration of all things Canadian, from the mysteries of "eh?" to the difference between an Ogo Pogo and a Windingo to how to prepare moose stroganoff (mmm!). Featuring a dreamy list of Canadian hotties, a toe-tapping roundup of Canadian smash hit songs, a handy Canadian-American translator, and pointers on how to eat, dress, and apologize like a Canadian if you weren't lucky enough to be born a Canuck, So, You Want to Be Canadian demonstrates once and for all why Canada is so cool (formerly just cold).
  

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User Review  - AJBraithwaite - LibraryThing

An impulse-download from the library. It's a very quick read - only 41 pages and had some interesting facts and figures in it. There are some useful tips for wannabe Canadians and a handy list of ... Read full review

Review: So, You Want to Be Canadian: All About the Most Fascinating People in the World and the Magical Place They Call Home

User Review  - patricia - Goodreads

So You Want to be a Canadian by Kerry Colburn and Rob Sorenson is only about 41 pages long. It is a look at our neighbor to the north. At times it seems a little tongue in cheek and at times just the ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
8
Section 2
18
Section 3
29
Section 4
38
Section 5
40
Section 6
44
Section 7
47
Section 8
48
Section 10
60
Section 11
62
Section 12
71
Section 13
72
Section 14
82
Section 15
90
Section 16
91
Copyright

Section 9
56

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About the author (2012)

Kerry Colburn is the co-author of The Rebound Journal, My Fabulous Life and My Dysfunctional Life. She lives in San Francisco.

Rob Sorensen is originally from from Edmonton, Alberta, but now lives in San Francisco, where he left his heart.

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