Canada in Colours

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Kids Can Press Ltd, Aug 1, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 24 pages
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Popular artist Per-Henrik Gürth showcases Canada's diverse landscapes in his third Canadian-themed concept book for the young. As in the earlier bestsellers ABC of Canada and Canada 123, the book encompasses all major regions of Canada. This time, Per-Henrik takes children on a countrywide exploration in brilliant color.

The distinctly Canadian images --- white snow, green spruce, red PEI dunes, blue St. Lawrence River, yellow wheat fields --- will delight Canadians and tourists alike. Multi-colored northern lights are the perfect end to this eye-pleasing journey.

The bold, bright art and simple text give pre-readers a valuable introduction to color --- and to their beautiful country.
 

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User Review  - allisonpollack - LibraryThing

Summary: This book has very few words on each page but has beautiful illustrations showing the beauty of living in Canada. Personal connection: I have never been to Canada, but feel like it is so ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Per-Henrik Gurth is a graphic designer and illustrator of more than a dozen children's books, including the bestselling titles Canada 123 and ABC of Canada. He lives in Kingston, Ontario.

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