3 edition of Disasters Across Canada (Junior Edition) found in the catalog.
Disasters Across Canada (Junior Edition)
by Altitude Publishing (Canada)
Written in English
Book was not published and will not be published.
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|Number of Pages||96|
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The unpredictable forces of nature have long been the cause of terrible disasters on sea and land, and in the air. Other 5/5. Get this from a library. Disasters across Canada: bravery in the face of danger and destruction.
[Art Montague] -- Tells the stories of some of Canada's worst disasters and, as a result, some of the country's most daring rescues.
Appendix: Canada's Worst Disasters of the 20th Century Ottawa-based ART MONTAGUE writes fiction as well as non-fiction, but his interests in history, biography, and crime remain constant.
He is a member of Crime Writers of Canada and the Periodical Writers Association of Canada. En conclusion, The Disasters est un livre à lire absolument pour tout bon fan de science-fiction young adult. Il s'agit d'un one-shot rempli d'aventure, d'action, d'humour et de diversité, accompagné de personnages hors du commun qui restent dans les cœurs et les mémoires des lecteurs bien après qu'ils aient refermés le livre/5().
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These are the disaster stories that are shared around a campfire, passed down from grizzled veteran interpreters to fresh young recruits.
The book is entirely the result of voluntary contributions from interpreters across Canada and beyond. The. Natural Hazards of Canada. Canada borders on three oceans, stretches across six time zones, encompasses mountains, plains, forests and tundra.
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The Interpreter's Big Book of Disasters compiles some of heritage interpretation's greatest flubs through first-hand anecdotes as told by those who survived to tell theit tales.
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