"It's a year you'll always remember!" remarked Grandma Florence and undoubtedly, she was right. Set within the comfortable settings of school and family life, the reader will follow the authorÕs family connections to learn how Canada was first discovered, what peoples settled it, and other information about Canada. Told from a child's viewpoint, it includes comments that adults might think, but only a child would make. Adults who lived through the era, might welcome the opportunity to share their memories with their own children and grandchildren.
Designed as a flip-book, you can flip Judy in July to see in the right-hand margins, the Canadian flag waving, read the date of Canadian Confederation or see silhouettes of children marching. If flipped the opposite way, you can read in both languages the names of the provinces and territories as well as the dates they entered Confederation.