History of Canada for Kids

S Is For Spirit Bear: A British Columbia Alphabet (discover Canada Province By Province)

Consumers Rate this Reviews 4
S Is For Spirit Bear A British Columbia


"This A to Z pictorial showcases the history, geography, famous people, and provincial symbols of British Columbia. Topics include, ferry boat, spirit bear, dogwood flower, and Capilano Bridge. Poetry introduces each topic followed by detailed expository text"--Provided by publisher.
Children love S Is For Spirit Bear, a British Columbia alphabet written by G. Gregory Roberts / Bob Doucet. Written by G. Gregory Roberts / Bob Doucet and it is published by Sleeping Bear Press. This book went on sale sometime in August of 2006. The children's book has 40 pages and it comes with colorfully illustrated pages.

Sleeping Bear Press

ISBN: 1585362913
Author: G. Gregory Roberts / Bob Doucet

British Columbia is filled with supernatural beauty and fascination. Capturing the essence of the richly varied regions and islands of British Columbia, S is for Spirit Bear takes children on a journey they will never forget. They will also learn of Canada's Iceman, an ancient hunter whose body and clothing were almost perfectly preserved in a glacier for more than 550 years. Its diverse wildlife population includes killer whales, giant Pacific octopus, cougars, moose, grizzlies and spirit bears, a rare black bear that, due to a recessive gene, has all-white fur. Children will be awed to learn of legendary creatures reportedly sighted in British Columbia, like the serpent-like lake demon called Ogopogo together with all of the big-footed beast known as Sasquatch.


2018 Copyright © - History of Canada for Kids