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Chris Hadfield and the International Space Station / Langley, Andrew

"Join Chris Hadfield living on the International Space Station! This book examines the extraordinary life of one of the most popular astronauts, from his early life to the six months he spent living in space. Discover what the International Space Centre is used for, and how astronauts like Hadfield can live there. Find out about the rigorous training that astronauts undergo and how they prepare for a journey into the unknown."--

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Conflicts in British North America / Hudak, Heather C.

"Explores the conflicts between the French and the British as they fought over North America as well as the War of 1812 between the United States and British North America."--

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Daily life in British North America / Hudak, Heather C.

"Discusses how North America was settled by the French and English, the impact of these settlements on the land as well as the Indigenous Peoples, and provides a glimpse into the day-to-day life of early settlers."--


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Governance / Rose, Simon

"Explores how Indigenous groups historically governed themselves, the changes they faced when Europeans arrived in North America, and recent efforts by the Canadian government to restore self-government to Indigenous Peoples."--

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Governance of British North America / Hudak, Heather C.

"Discusses the development of government in Upper and Lower Canada, the conflict between French and English forms of government and how it changed in response to the demands of the people."--

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Head lice / Mincks, Margaret

Through dynamic infographics, charts, up-close photos and strong reading level control, this title explores the lives of head lice the creepy parasites that might be living near you.