Kids’ Books Set in Canada

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  1. I do it even until now. Lol. I read books and watch documentaries/movies about the place that I’m going to and more often than not, I will do it again after visiting it. It makes my visit more meaningful is I had read/watched something about it and it makes the book/move more meaningful as well after visiting it. :p

  2. John Rodgers says:

    Reading is so important and I wonder where it is headed in the future. Writing has become almost a thing of the past with the computer age and I so hope that we dont lose that as well. These are good books and a great idea for any parent who is on the road with family.

  3. Christina says:

    What a fun collection of Canadian kids books. I know just what to buy my nephews for Christmas! Did you know that Winnie the Pooh has a Canadian connection too? Winnie was named after a Canadian black bear spotted by the author in London Zoo.

  4. Brenda says:

    This is a great idea. I still check kids book on destination even though Im a grown up with no children. Maybe it has to do a lot with my personal interest for travel literature.

    Great post!

  5. This post hits home. I have a niece who I love dearly – and every time I come home from an adventure I bring her books about that culture and country. I hope one day she will be a traveler like I am. <3

  6. gobeyondbounds says:

    This is one concern we always have. We have grown up reading books and our toddler kid is happy learning through videos on laptops. Loved your idea and once our kid is big enough to read books will make sure we have these in our backpacks.

    • NatalieTanner says:

      It is never too early to start with reading. Kids who start school having heard more ‘words’ rather than less do much better in school. Talking, reading, video words all count! The library is a great resource because it is FREE!! Then, we little picks a favorite you can buy a few.

  7. What a great idea. I don’t have kids, but when I do, books will be a big part of their lives for sure. I also think it’s great to promote books to kids these days because everyone seems to be playing on their iPads or other devices and the old fashioned books aren’t getting as much attention!

    • NatalieTanner says:

      Isn’t that true? We love electronics and they have a place, but nothing can replace using imagination like you do when you read! Thanks for stopping by!

  8. biancaayuu says:

    books are really important to the children nowadays. this blog is really helpful and it is a really good post! thumbs up!

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