1 edition of Notable Canadian children"s books. Supplement found in the catalog.
Notable Canadian children"s books. Supplement
|Statement||compiled and edited by Irene E. Aubrey ... [et al.]..|
|Contributions||Aubrey, Irene Elizabeth, 1928-, National Library of Canada.|
|LC Classifications||Z1037 .N79, PN1009.A1 .N79|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. 1-2 :|
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Notable Canadian Children's Books. and Supplements. Aubrey, Irene E., Comp. Evaluative annotations of recent additions to the National Library of Canada's selection of notable Canadian children's literature are presented in two separate supplements, one English, the other French, with translations of the principal text in each version to the language.
Notable Canadian Children's Books Supplement. Aubrey, Irene, E., Ed. An English committee read and evaluated 85 children's books and chose ten of them for the list of notable English-Canadian children's books. This annotated bibliography reviews 32 children's books published in Canada in The list is arranged alphabetically by author and annotations and reviews are included in both English and French.
Each book is designated as suitable for a particular age : Irene E. Aubrey. Notable Canadian children's books. Supplement Choix de livres canadiens pour la jeunesse. Supplément () Canadian Choix de livres canadiens pour la jeunesse.
Notable Canadian Children's Books, Supplement = Un Choix de Livres Canadiens pour la Jeunesse, Supplement Aubrey, Irene E., Ed. Reviews of 21 English-language and 9 French-language Canadian children's books are compiled in this document which is printed in both English and French.
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