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F is for Fiddlehead

A New Brunswick Alphabet

Do you know which Canadian province is the only officially bilingual one? Or what type of seaweed is actually sold and eaten as a snack food? The answers to these questions, along with many facts, traditions, and much history, can be found in F is for Fiddlehead: A New Brunswick Alphabet. Points of pride include the world's longest covered bridge (located in Hartland), Kouchibouguac National Park, and the weeklong Chocolate Festival of St. Stephen's Ganong Bros.' chocolate factory. A tastier G could never be found where candies and chocolate are sold by the pound. All sort of treats you are certain to see if you, by chance, visit Ganong factory. From the 'A' of Acadian culture to the 'Z' of zinc production, readers young and old will enjoy this scenic armchair journey that showcases the riches of New Brunswick.

Interest Level Grade 1 - Grade 3
Reading Level
Number of Pages 40
Dimensions 11 x 9


Available Formats Hardcover (9781585363186), PDF (9781534126107), Hosted ebook (9781534126220)
Publication Date 09/01/2007
Graphics Full-color illustrations
Language English
Copyright 2008
Dewey 971.5

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