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Author: Troy Townsin
Illustrator: Jennifer Harrington
Publisher: Polyglot Publishing
Size: 9.5" x 10"
Hardcover: 40 pages
“Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way, from Victoria to Halifax, across the Hudson Bay"
Whether read or sung aloud, this book is designed as a fun learning tool that will instigate discussion about all things Canadian.
Learn about each province and territory as Santa travels across Canada delivering gifts on Christmas Eve in this delightful Canadian rendition of a holiday favourite.
In Manitoba, Santa has a scare when he almost lands on a sleeping polar bear and in PEI he finds Mounties in the stables eating turkey dinner with Anne of Green Gables.
A musical version of Canadian Jingle Bells has been recorded by country rock band The Turnpike Bandits and is available on A Moose in a Maple Tree: A Canadian Christmas Compilation along with many other hits by top Canadian artists.Click here for more details.
Posted by christine on 29th Dec 2016
Got this for my 3.5 year old who loves "the night before a Canadian Christmas" and jingle bells. He loves it and has been singing the "Canadian" version for days now. It gives a great overview of the Canadian landscape.
Posted by Unknown on 26th Dec 2013
I like this book that takes one across Canada with Santa in his sleigh pulled by beavers. Great illustrations.
Posted by Melly on 19th Nov 2013
Love this book. Bought two copies, one for myself and another for some friend's kids in Texas. Looking forward to sharing this with them, and my family this holiday season. A must have for any proud Canadian
Posted by Unknown on 29th Dec 2012
Great Canadian twist on an all time classic!! The illustrations are wonderful as well as the educational content of things in differ Asa of our great nation!!
Combined Witt the video is book is exceptional!
Posted by Holly Klitch on 27th Nov 2012
This book is also a hit with my Grandchildren, as well as my husband and I. Keep up the good work!
Posted by DWalasek on 9th Dec 2011
My class loved it and made a you-tube video!