The Kids Book of Canada's Railway: And How the CPR Was Built
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The Kids Book of Canada's Railway: And How the CPR Was Built

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November 7, 1885, marked the completion of one of the longest, most expensive, most challenging engineering feats in the world -- the Canadian Pacific Railway. A ribbon of steel now united Canada from east to west. It took 30 000 workers less than five years to cross the wild land.
This title in the Kids Book of series is the story of Canada's first transcontinental railwa...more
Hardcover, 48 pages
Published August 1st 2000 by Kids Can Press
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Deborah Hodge is the award-winning author of 25 books for children. She specializes in writing engaging nonfiction for primary aged children. Her most recent title is Up We Grow! A Year in the Life of a Small, Local Farm, a book on sustainable farming and where our food comes from. Her other work includes, The Kids Book of Canada's Railway, winner of the Information Book Award of Canada, and Lily...more
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