Remembrance Day

Great books for Remembrance Day!

The Learning Commons has many great resources your students will enjoy when learning about Remembrance Day!  There are both fiction and non-fiction titles to choose from. Fiction bring the time period to life and draws the reader in!

A Poppy is to Remember

Pays tribute to the sacrifices made by Canadian soldiers in the two World Wars, explaining what Remembrance Day is all about.

At Vimy Ridge:  Canada’s Greatest World War 1 Victory

It was the most fearsome enemy bastion of all. The English and French had tried to take it and failed. But on a chill Easter morning in 1917, the men of the Canadian Corps in France struggled up the shell-torn slopes of Vimy Ridge. Only two years before, they had been regarded as a band of unruly colonials. Now, with careful planning, skill and bravery, the Canadians had earned the admiration of the world.

On Juno Beach: Canada’s D-Day heroes

This outstanding book marks the 60th anniversary of D-Day. Captivating photos, memorabilia and unpublished accounts of eyewitnesses and participants bring these stories to life.

The Great Escape: the Longest Tunnel

Recounts the true story of a group of Allied airmen who planned a daring escape from a German prison camp during World War II.

A full list of titles can be found in the KIDS search, under Remembrance Day:

You cannot book the titles from this screen. Just click on the SIMPLE search button and enter the titles of the items you are interested in and book them!

There are also great resources in the OverDrive Virtual library.  Use search terms: Remembrance Day, World War, or Vietnam to find great titles such as:

Book your items soon and they will arrive at your door!

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By |2018-10-29T17:05:16+00:00October 30th, 2018|Categories: Holidays, OverDrive eLibrary|0 Comments

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