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Description - The Day I Became A Canadian by Jo Bannatyne-Cugnet

On a snowy morning, little Xiao Ling Li and her parents are about to take part in a ceremony one that will make them Canadian citizens. To record the day for her new brother or sister, she decides to keep a scrapbook to treasure the day. The Day I Became a Canadian is not only the story of one special girl and her family, it is a tribute to Canada. Xiao Ling Li s scrapbook is a useful resource that is full of information for anyone embarking on the road to becoming a citizen."

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780887768927
ISBN-10: 088776892X
Format: Paperback
Pages: 24
Imprint: Tundra Books
Publisher: Tundra Books
Publish Date: 23-Sep-2008
Country of Publication: Canada

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Author Biography - Jo Bannatyne-Cugnet

Tundra author JO BANNATYNE-CUGNET has written novels and picture books for all ages. Her first book, A Prairie Alphabet, illustrated by Yvette Moore, became an instant bestseller and won many awards, including theMr. Christie Award and was a finalist for several others, including the Saskatchewan Book of the Year Award. Jo and Yvette also collaborated on A Prairie Year and Heartland: A Prairie Sampler. A mother of four sons, Jo Bannatyne-Cugnet lives with her husband, Ken, on their cattle and grain farm in Saskatchewan. Tundra artist SONG NAN ZHANG was born in Shanghai. He received a Masters degree from the Beijing Central Institute of Fine Arts, and his paintings have been exhibited in galleries around the world. After teaching at the Central Institute for several years, he visited Montreal, Canada, and decided to settle there with his wife and two sons to pursue his painting full time. His works on canvas have been regularly exhibited in eastern Canada, notably at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.