Canada and the Wars
1995 has seen many titles published that relate to the First or Second World Wars, and Canada's role in them -- in fact, the titles are still coming in, and so there will be more reviews yet to appear in CM. But this is a brief list of the what we've covered so far:

Almost a Lifetime
John McMahon
Review by Neil V. Payne
Grade 9 - 13 / Ages 13 - Adult

Blackouts to Bright Lights: Canadian War Bride Stories
Edited by Barbara Ladouceur and Phyllis Spence
Review by Grace Shaw
Grade 9 - 13 / Ages 13 - Adult

In Flanders Fields: The story of the Poem by John McCrae
Linda Granfield. Illustrated by Janet Wilson
Review by Lorraine Douglas
Grades 4 and Up / Ages 8 to Adult.

No Man's Land: The Battlefield Paintings of Mary Riter Hamilton
Sarah McKinnon and Angela Davis

The Old Brown Suitcase: A Teenager's Story of War and Peace
Lillian Boraks-Nemetz
Review by Janie Wilkins
Grades 5 - 10 / Ages 11 - 16

One Village, One War: 1914-1945
Douglas How
Review by Neil V. Payne
Grades 10 - 13 / Ages 14 - Adult

SADAKO Teachers' Guide
Naomi Wakan
Review by Elinor M. Kelly
Preschool - Grade 1 / Ages 3 - 7

The Ship That Voted No and Other Stories of Ships and the Sea
Tony Keene
Review by Neil V. Payne
Grade 7 - 13 / Ages 12 - Adult

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ISSN 1201-9364

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