So You Think You Know CANADA, Eh?

So You Think You Know CANADA, Eh?

Author: Marianne Jennings

Publisher:

ISBN: 1734245611

Category: Humor

Page: 126

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A collection of fun and interesting facts about Canada, the kind people who live there, all things maple syrup, hockey and lacrosse, its unique history, the breathtaking nature, and a few words to help you speak Canadian. Inside are fun nuggets of knowledge and trivia about whether or not Santa Claus is a Canadian citizen, why hockey is not the official national sport of Canada, what Canada could have been named, that parts of Canada are as cold as Mars, and that peanut butter was invented by a Canadian pharmacist. To test the reader's knowledge of Canada, a fun short quiz with answers are at the end of the book. If you're Canadian, know any Canadians, traveling to Canada or have ever wanted to know more about Canada, this fun little fact book will help.
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