By George Sherwood
A extraordinary solid of earlier and current younger Canadians stride around the pages of Legends of their Time, every one having an important function to play in Canadian heritage. starting within the 1500s and relocating on into the twentieth century, every one bankruptcy contributes insights into the evolution of Canada as a nation.
Author George Sherwood’s thorough learn and his scene atmosphere deliver to lifestyles the heroic accomplishments and tragic exploits that make Canada’s tale a desirable and pleasing account. incorporated are explorer Etienne Brule; Osborne Anderson, survivor of Harper’s Ferry; inventor Armand Bombardier; human rights activist Toy Jin "Jean" Wong; and the heroic Terry Fox, to call yet some of the impressive lives which are chronicled. Complementing the textual content are historical photos and unique paintings through award-winning artist Stewart Sherwood.
"For those that imagine Canada lacks heroes or Canada doesn't honour its heroes, Legends of their Time is the publication for you. commonly researched and written in an enticing sort, it acknowledges that heroes and heroines are available many kinds, as proven within the richness of our history.”
- John Myers, instructor Educator, OISE/UT
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