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Along the Way - Welcome to British Columbia (Book Three)

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Albert digs right into the answers to book two's Dino Trivia, and then describes some of the many cultures and fun traditions that make up North America. Our third short story is about Ryan and Nathan, who learn that they are about to have new neighbours!

Albert starts this road trip in Victoria, British Columbia, where construction of the Trans Canada Highway began in the
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Published September 11th 2013 by Eye Wonder Studios Inc.
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Jun 20, 2015 Mary rated it really liked it
Along the Way - Welcome to British Columbia is the third book in the Along the Way series by Teresa Schapansky. This book follows the formula of the two previous books in the series: A dinosaur narrator gives a historical and cultural lesson sandwiched around a fictional account of Canadian children who are experiencing change in the form of moving from one place to another.

One of the things I like about these books is that, while they can easily stand alone, there is also a connecting factor. E
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A long, long time ago... on a dark and stormy night... a short story was written for three children to enjoy. Well, to be honest, it may not have been dark and stormy that night, and it wasn't really a long, long time ago. Anyway, one thing led to another, as things often do, and that short story soon evolved into a long story that many people enjoyed.

My first novel, "Imogene of the Pacific Kingdo
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