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G Is for Golden Boy: A Manitoba Alphabet

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Where can one see more than 3,000 beluga whales? Or traverse the amazing Ice Roads, a 2,200-km network of temporary roads? Tour the province of Manitoba and learn about these and other wonders, along with fascinating history and important facts.
Hardcover, 40 pages
Published February 19th 2009 by Sleeping Bear Press (first published February 1st 2009)
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Reviewed by Mary Ann Cree
Sleeping Bear Press is an imprint of Gale, the large and diverse American publisher, and has built much of its lengthy children’s list on this alphabet series. The series covers states, countries, places, activities, historical events and Canadiana provinces. Alphabet books are usually unique and expressive. Here, each book follows a strict formula – a single page that includes a four-line stanza on a person, place or thing for each letter of the alphabet along with a br
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