Interactive Gifts for the Entire Family
• Reads Text
• Defines Words
• Contains Interactive
Quizzes and Activities
Electronic Activity Pad
INCLUDES 2 wall-size 20”x 24” interactive posters
and 8-book Library
The Kind of Life It’s Been, by Lloyd
Robertson. Robertson is the longest-serving
TV news anchor in Canada. For 60 years he
has appeared on Canadian television screens,
first on CBC and then on CTV. His career is
truly the story of Canada over the past half
century, during which he told viewers about
pivotal events such as the moon landing, JFK’s
assassination, Trudeaumania, Terry Fox’s run,
the Montreal massacre and the royal weddings. Filled with fascinating and often hilarious anecdotes about Robertson’s career, this
book captures the essential tales of our time.
Alphabet • Numbers • Spelling • Counting • Colours • Sounds • Songs
100s of Learning Activties
Hockey Night in Canada: 60th Anniversary,
by Michael McKinley. Hockey Night in
Canada made its television debut in 1952—
60 years ago. From the beginning it didn’t just
passively aim a camera at a game—the show
and its broadcasters actively gave the country
a prism through which it could see itself and
its evolving diversity. This book captures the
culture of the long-running show and the culture it has created by finding the emotional
life within the story and in the wider world in
which the show lives.
Read to a child, even when you can’t be there!
Barefoot Contessa Foolproof: Recipes You
Can Trust, by Ina Garten. Garten is known
for recipes that make home cooks look great.
Here she takes easy a step further by sharing
her secrets for pulling off satisfying meals. For
her, foolproof means more than making one
successful dish; it’s about planning a menu and
coordinating everything so it all arrives at the
table at the same time. The next best thing to
having Garten in the kitchen, the book includes
notes detailing where a recipe can go wrong.
Make a lasting memory today!
The Ultimate Survival Manual: 333 Skills
That Will Get You Out Alive, by Rich
Johnson. Everyone wants to believe that he or
she is ready to face any emergency, be it a tornado, an angry bear or a revolution in a Third
World country. Filled with clear, concise
instructions, helpful diagrams, essential
checklists and first-person stories, this book is
a fascinating read that might just save the
reader’s life. Even if the most terrifying thing
you’ve ever survived is a long line at the
checkout, this book is a must-read.