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A is for Algonquin Park: An Ontario Alphabet Hardcover – Aug 30 2005


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“...introduces young readers to all the beauty of this spectacular province. The text is two-tiered; simple, lyrical poems touch on key points in Ontario’s amazing wilderness, landforms, history and places to visit, while a detailed sidebar expands on each topic with more information for older readers. Luminescent artwork realistically depicts 26 Ontario scenes and events, in this abecedarian look at the province. Other titles in this provincial alphabet series include P is for Puffin, looking at Newfoundland and Labrador, and S is for Spirit Bear, exploring British Colombia.”
--North Bay Nugget, February 9, 2008

About the Author

<em>A is for Algonquin Park</em> is Lovenia Gorman’s first book. She lives in Toronto, Ontario.

Melanie Rose has illustrated six other titles for Sleeping Bear. She lives near Toronto, Ontario.

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Everything a book should be May 29 2012
By Lorna Blumen - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
This is a wonderful book for kids and adults. The illustrations are beautiful & lush - inviting you into the world of Ontario. And while you're enjoying the illustrations, you'll learn much about the history and natural beauty of the province of Ontario. Even early readers can appreciate the book as they learn the alphabet. A wonderful book for schools and families. A perfectly executed book - learning wrapped in a fun and beautiful package!


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