B4. Dream Star Stories
This is a wonderful book for those who love dreams. Follow our various characters as they spread dreams to all the children of the world. The full-color illustrations and the full-of-fun stories and poems tell of the whimsical adventures of many wonderful dreamers.
Stories by Traci-Jo Critchlow
FREE: 10 posters of the artwork in the book are included. [View posters]
24 pages, 8 1/2; X 11 inches, full color, soft cover, saddle-stitched.
B6. From the Gallows
Louis Riel was one of Canada's most misunderstood heroes. Vilified by the government and worshipped by the people who sought his help, Riel was a truly outstanding figure in Canadian history.
The last thing Riel asked for was a Commission of Enquiry into his entire career. He died waiting and praying for it. Here is a reconstruction of his address to the Commission which never happened.
Written by David G Doyle
192 pages, 5 1/2 X 8 1/2 inches, soft cover, perfect-bound
B8. A Cottage for Kip
This is a wonderful picture book about an elf named Kip and his friend, a dear little mouse. Kip dearly would love to have a house of his own, and the fairy queen provides him with one in the form of a teapot shaped like a cottage.
Written and illustrated by Alice Evans
40 pages, 6 X 41/2 inches, soft cover, saddle-stitched
B9. The Khaki Angel
The Khaki Angel tells the story of an airplane crash in the Canadian
Rockies and a dramatic glacier-top rescue attempt by a young pilot in
a Super Cub.
By Dave Williams
144 pages, 5 1/2 X 8 1/2 inches, soft cover, perfect-bound, illustrated
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