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Table of Contents

Volume XXIII Number 16
December 23, 2016

Book Reviews
   
Can Canadian Animals Alphabet Book.
  Nicky Bird & Peter Duncan.
Review by Dave Jenkinson.
Preschool-grade 1 / Ages 3-6.
   
Can Maxwell the Monkey Barber.
  Cale Atkinson.
Review by Nikita Griffioen.
Preschool-grade 1 / Ages 4-6.
   
Can When We Were Alone.
  David A. Robertson. Illustrated by Julie Flett.
Review by Kristen Ferguson.
Preschool-grade 4 / Ages 4-9.
   
Can Mae and June and the Wonder Wheel.
  Charise Mericle Harper. Illustrated by Ashley Spires.
Review by Christine McCrea.
Grades 1-3 / Ages 6-8.
   
Can Creatures Close Up.
  Gillian Watts. Photography by Philippe Martin.
Review by Gillian Richardson.
Grades 4-7 / Ages 9-12.
   
Can Dominion.
  Shane Arbuthnott.
Review by Rob Bittner.
Grades 5-9 / Ages 10-14.
   
Can Burning Out: Energy From Fossil Fuels. (Next Generation Energy).
  Nancy Dickmann.
Review by Barbara McMillan.
Grades 5-9 / Ages 10-14.
   
Can Earthís Climate Change: Carbon Dioxide Overload. (Next Generation Energy).
  James Bow.
Review by Barbara McMillan.
Grades 5-9 / Ages 10-14.
   
Can Energy From Earth`s Core: Geothermal Energy. (Next Generation Energy).
  James Bow.
Review by Barbara McMillan.
Grades 5-9 / Ages 10-14.
   
Can Energy From Living Things: Biomass Energy. (Next Generation Energy).
  Rachel Stuckey.
Review by Barbara McMillan.
Grades 5-9 / Ages 10-14.
   
Can Energy From Nuclear Fission: Splitting the Atom. (Next Generation Energy).
  Nancy Dickmann.
Review by Barbara McMillan.
Grades 5-9 / Ages 10-14.
   
Can Energy From Water: Hydroelectric, Tidal, and Wave Power. (Next Generation Energy).
  Nancy Dickmann.
Review by Barbara McMillan.
Grades 5-9 / Ages 10-14.
   
Can Energy From Wind: Wind Farming.(Next Generation Energy).
  Megan Kopp.
Review by Barbara McMillan.
Grades 5-9 / Ages 10-14.
   
Can Energy From the Sun: Solar Power. (Next Generation Energy).
  James Bow.
Review by Barbara McMillan.
Grades 5-9 / Ages 10-14.
   
Can Fracking: Fracturing Rock to Reach Oil and Gas Underground. (Next Generation Energy).
  Nancy Dickmann.
Review by Barbara McMillan.
Grades 5-9 / Ages 10-14.
   
Can Leaving Our Mark: Reducing Our Carbon Footprint, (Next Generation Energy).
  Nancy Dickmann.
Review by Barbara McMillan.
Grades 5-9 / Ages 10-14.
   
Can Living in a Sustainable Way: Green Communities. (Next Generation Energy).
  Megan Kopp.
Review by Barbara McMillan.
Grades 5-9 / Ages 10-14.
   
Can Putting Earth First: Eating and Living Green. (Next Generation Energy).
  Megan Kopp.
Review by Barbara McMillan.
Grades 5-9 / Ages 10-14.
   
Can Iím Glad I Didnít Kill Myself: Catís Journals.
  Catina Noble.
Review by Joan Marshall.
Grades 8-10 / Ages 13-15.
   
Can All the Things We Leave Behind.
  Riel Nason.
Review by Ruth Latta.
Grades 10 and up / Ages 15 and up.



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