Chung Lee Loves Lobsters

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Annick Press, 1992 - Aged - 24 pages
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Two brothers follow a retired cook to find out what he does with the lobster he buys each month when his pension check comes.

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Award-winning author Claire Mackay has published many critically acclaimed and popular historical books for young people, including titles in the ""Horrible Canadian Histories"" series (Scholastic, 2001). Her many awards include the Vicky Metcalf Award for Body of Work and the Ruth Schwartz Award for Best Children's Book. Her ancestors arrived in the Toronto area in 1791 and played a part in significant events such as the War of 1812.

Johnny Wales created the enchanting illustrations of old and new Toronto. His bird's-eye view of the famous Church and Front intersection, captured at eight different historic periods, tells its own story of the growth of the city. He is descended from Philip Eckardt, who arrived in the Toronto area in 1792 and went on to build the first parliament buildings.

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