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Table of Contents

Volume X Number 15
March 26, 2004

Book Reviews
Can Monsieur Saguette and His Baguette.
  Frank Asch.
Review by Valerie Nielsen.
Preschool-grade 2 / Ages 4-7.
   
Can Imagine If...Ingredients for Creating Your Own Stories.
  Karen Halpern. Illustrated by Mike Polito.
Review by Lorraine Douglas.
Preschool-grade 3 / Ages 4-8.
   
World Evieís Garden.
  Michael Foreman.
Review by Catherine Hoyt.
Kindergarten-grade 3 / Ages 5-8.
   
Can Jennifer Jones Wonít Leave Me Alone.
  Frieda Wishinsky. Illustrated by Neal Layton.
Review by Denise Weir.
Kindergarten-Grade 3 / Ages 4-8.
   
Can A Noodle Up Your Nose. (Orca Echoes).
  Frieda Wishinsky. Illustrated by Louise-Andrée Laliberté.
Review by Dave Jenkinson.
Grades 1-3 / Ages 6-8.
   
Can Franklin and the Scooter. (Kids Can Read).
  Sharon Jennings. Illustrated by Violeta Nikolic, Sasha McIntyre, Céleste Gagnon and Jelena Sisic.
Review by Meredith MacKeen.
Grades 1-3 / Ages 6-8.
   
Can Franklin and the Contest. (Kids Can Read).
  Sharon Jennings. Illustrated by Sean Jeffrey, Sasha McIntyre, and Alice Sinkner.
Review by Meredith MacKeen.
Grades 1-3 / Ages 6-8.
   
Can Maddie on TV. (First Novels, #48).
  Louise Leblanc. Illustrated by Marie-Louise Gay.
Review by Lisa O'Hara.
Grades 2-4 / Ages 7-9.
   
Can Tobyís Best Friend. (First Novels, #47).
  Jean Lemieux. Illustrated by Sophie Casson.
Review by Ruth Scales McMahon.
Grades 2-4 / Ages 7-9.
   
Can Fox Winter.
  Margaret Thompson. Illustrated by Galan Akin.
Review by Carole Marion.
Grades 3-5 / Ages 8-10.
   
Can Off Season. (Orca Young Readers).
  Eric Walters.
Review by Gillian Martin Noonan.
Grades 3-6 / Ages 8-11.
   
Can There You Are.
  Joanne Taylor.
Review by Lisa Doucet.
Grades 3-6 / Ages 8-11.
   
Can The Deep End Gang.
  Peggy Dymond Leavey.
Review by Saache Heinrich.
Grades 3-6 / Ages 8-11.
   
Can Helen Keller: A Determined Life. (Snapshots).
  Elizabeth MacLeod.
Review by Linda Ludke.
Grades 3-6 /Ages 8-11.
   
Can Animal Groups: How Animals Live Together. (Animal Behaviour).
  Etta Kaner. Illustrated by Pat Stephens.
Review by Gillian Richardson.
Grades 3-6 / Ages 8-11.
   
Can The Man in the Moonstone. (A Dinah Galloway Mystery).
  Melanie Jackson.
Review by Dave Jenkinson.
Grades 3-7 / Ages 8-12.
   
Can Magic. (A Strange Science Book).
  Sylvia Funston. Illustrations by Joel Weissmann.
Review by Barbara A. McMillan.
Grades 3-7 / Ages 8-12.
   
Can The Kids Guide to Money Cent$.
  Keltie Thomas. Illustrated by Stephen MacEachern.
Review by Julie Chychota.
Grades 3-7 / Ages 8-12.
   
Can Ice Dreams. (Sports Stories, #65).
  Beverly Scudamore.
Review by Glenys Martin.
Grades 4-8 / Ages 9-13.
   
Can An Ocean Apart: The Gold Mountain Diary of Chin Mei-ling. (Dear Canada).
  Gillian Chan.
Review by Lorraine Douglas.
Grades 4-9 / Ages 9-14.
   
Can Extreme Surfing. (Extreme Sports, No Limits! Series).
  John Crossingham and Bobbie Kalman.
Review by Glenys Martin.
Grades 5-7 / Ages 10-12.
   
World Private Peaceful.
  Michael Morpugo.
Review by Marsha Skrypuch.
Grades 7-12 / Ages 12-17.
   
Can Alaska to Nunavut: The Great Rivers.
  Neil Hartling. Photographs by Terry Parker.
Review by Catherine Hoyt.
Grades 7 and up / Ages 12 and up.
   
Can Meat Harry: A Meat Loverís Guide to Buying and Preparing Beef, Pork and Poultry.
  Harry Jordan.
Review by Joanne Peters.
Grades 11 and up / Ages 16 and up. Also a Professional Resource.

Video Review

Can Yesterday and Tomorrow. (Social Videos).
  Review by Frank Loreto.
Grade 12 and up / Ages 17 and up.

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