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G is for Golden Boy: A Manitoba Alphabet Hardcover – Feb 19 2009


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Larry Verstraete, a native Manitoban, grew up in the French Quarter of Winnipeg, a stone’s throw from the Golden Boy. A former teacher, he now spends his time writing, visiting young readers in schools and libraries, and presenting at conferences and festivals. Larry lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Brian Lund recently retired from a career in digital mapping at the City of Winnipeg and now has time to indulge his passion for oil painting. He has a degree in Environmental Design from the University of Manitoba, and is a self-taught artist. Brian lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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A sweeping panarama of Manitoba Aug. 12 2013
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This was an excellent overview of Manitoban history and culture. The paintings gave a feeling of expansiveness and light. I wanted to use this as a reference for a story set in Manitoba, and it works really well for that purpose.


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