Not all provinces and territories have a blogger attached to them.  If you are interested in joining in on this wonderful opportunity you still can.  When you have a book/post ready you can contact Reading with Mrs. D in the link below (see Nova Scotia).  I know she would love to add books to the rest of these parts of Canada.

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Yukon Territories

Northwest Territories

Nunavut

Rubberboots and Elf Shoes – “Out on the Ice in the Middle of the Bay” by Peter Cumming

British Columbia

Diamond Mom’s Treasury – “S is for Spirit Bear” by Gregory Roberts

Fun in Fourth – “The West Is Calling” by Sarah N. Harvey and Leslie Buffam

Grade ONEderful – “A Salmon for Simon” by Betty Waterton and Ann Blades

Alberta

Lovely Literacy and More – “C is for Chinook” by Dawn Welykocky

Saskatchewan

Manitoba

Bushel of Students – “If You’re Not From the Prairie…”  by Henry Ripplinger

Ontario

Looking from Third to Fourth – “The Paper Bag Princess” by Robert Munsch

Teaching is a Gift – “A is for Algonquin” by Lovenia Gorman

Mrs. Mathis’ Homeroom – “A is for Algonquin” by Lovenia Gorman

Teaching FSL – “Branded” by Eric Walters

Quebec

The Groovy Teacher – “Please Louise” by Marie Louise Gay

Newfoundland and Labrador

Prince Edward Island

Lesson from the Middle – “Anne of Green Gables” by Lucy Maud Montgomery

Nova Scotia

Reading with Mrs. D – “How Summer Came to Canada” by William Toye  (scroll down past the blogger links)

Quiet Workings – “The Fantastic Flight of the Silver Dart” by Linda Brand

New Brunswick