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Table of Contents

Volume X Number 16
April 8, 2004

Book Reviews
Can One Wish.
  Frances Wolfe.
Review by Liz Greenaway.
Preschool-grade 1 / Ages 3-6.
   
Can Windy.
  Robin Mitchell and Judith Steedman.
Review by Reesa Cohen.
Preschool-grade 2 / Ages 4-7.
   
Can Sunny.
  Robin Mitchell and Judith Steedman.
Review by Reesa Cohen.
Preschool-grade 2 / Ages 4-7.
   
Can My First Animal Games Book.
  Review by Dave Jenkinson.
Preschool-grade 3 / Ages 3-8.
   
Can Sam Gets Lost. (Kids Can Read).
  Mary Labatt. Illustrated by Marisol Sarrazin.
Review by Stephanie Yamniuk.
Kindergarten-grade 1 / Ages 5-6.
   
Can Sam Goes to School. (Kids Can Read).
  Mary Labatt. Illustrated by Marisol Sarrazin.
Review by Stephanie Yamniuk.
Kindergarten-grade 1 / Ages 5-6.
   
Can Camels Always Do.
  Lynn Manuel. Illustrated by Kasia Charko.
Review by Harriet Zaidman.
Kindergarten-grade3 / Ages 5-8.
   
Can Too Many Books.
  Gilles Tibo. Illustrated by Bruno St-Aubin.
Review by Denise Weir.
Kindergarten-grade 3 / Ages 5-8.
   
Can Skippers Save the Stone: Na Sgiobairean agus an Lia-Fàil.
  Caroline Stellings. Gaelic interpretation by Hector MacNeil.
Review by Meredith MacKeen.
Kindergarten-grade 3 / Ages 5-8.
   
Can Three Cat and Mouse Tales. (Once-Upon-A-Time).
  Marilyn Helmer. Illustrated by Josée Masse.
Review by Julie Hunt.
Kindergartengrade 4 / Ages 5-9.
   
Can Bean’s Big Day.
  Karen Ackerman. Illustrated by Paul Mombourquette.
Review by Valerie Nielsen.
Kindergarten-grade 5 / Ages 5-10.
   
Can Our Canadian Flag.
  Maxine Trottier. Illustrated by Brian Deines.
Review by Gail Hamilton.
Grades 1-6 / Ages 6-11.
   
Can The Birthday Girl. (Orca Echoes).
  Jean Little. Illustrated by June Lawrason.
Review by Gillian Richardson.
Grades 2-3 / Ages 7-8.
   
Can Down the Chimney with Googol and Googolplex. (Orca Echoes).
  Nelly Kazenbroot.
Review by Gillian Richardson.
Grades 2-3 / Ages 7-8.
   
Can In Flanders Fields.
  Norman Jorgensen. Illustrated by Brian Harrison-Lever.
Review by Dave Jenkinson.
Grades 2-8 / Ages 7-13.
   
Can Pocketful of Fur.
  Deb Loughead. Illustrated by Lisa Birke.
Review by Carole Marion.
Grades 3-5 / Ages 8-10.
   
Can The RCMP Musical Ride.
  Maxwell Newhouse.
Review by Gail Hamilton.
Grades 3-6 / Ages 8-11.
   
Can Embroidery. (Kids Can Do It).
  Judy Ann Sadler. Illustrated by June Bradford.
Review by Lorraine Douglas.
Grades 4-7 / Ages 9-12.
   
Can The Puppet Wrangler.
  Vicki Grant.
Review by Michelle Warry.
Grades 4-8 / Ages 9-14.
   
Can The Bone Collector’s Son.
  Paul Yee.
Review by Carolyn Kim.
Grades 5-9 / Ages 10-14.
   
Can The Thought of High Windows.
  Lynne Kositsky.
Review by Harriet Zaidman.
Grade 6-9 / Ages 11-14.
   
Can Take the Stairs.
  Karen Krossing.
Review by Darleen Golke.
Grades 6-10 / Ages 11-15.
   
Can The Girl With a Baby.
  Sylvia Olsen.
Review by Jennifer L. Branch.
Grades 8-12 / Ages 13-17.

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Can Curious? Read! Curious George Reading Program.
  Review by Lorraine Douglas.
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