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In the Red Canoe
by Leslie A. Davidson
Orca Book Publishers
4.5 stars
54 Reviews

A world of beautiful, natural wonders awaits as you glide gently along in the red canoe.

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5.0 stars

I think this book was really good. Kids should always spend some time with their grandparents and they will soon understand that they will learn a lot from them when they grow older. They have lived for a long time so they have great experiences that they might want to share with you. Also, you should spend some time one day looking and exploring the environment around you. When you look more closely, you will see the many creatures and wonders you didn’t realize were there, right in front of you.

Jul 11
5.0 stars

I liked that it had less writing and more of the pictures could be seen by the readers that sometimes have trouble reading like me

Aug 20
4.0 stars

i liked the book in the red canoe because it had really nice drawings and the storie was really nice

Aug 19
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