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ISBN 978-0-9732481-7-3
5.5″ by 7.5″, 240 pages

Others in the Courageous Kids series:
Rocky Mountain Kids
Island Kids
Northern Kids
Vancouver Kids








True Stories of River City Kids

by Linda Goyette

In Kidmonton, [a] lively and imaginative book, Goyette brings many figures from the city’s long tale to younger readers. Adults may find themselves peeking into it, too, for answers to that childlike query we never outgrow: what is the past? — Canadian Geographic

An original look at a city’s development through the eyes and words of real children who have lived there.

Kidmonton: True Stories of River City Kids is a lively illustrated book for young readers that relates the city’s history entirely from the point of view of real children who have lived there over time.

Using the techniques of fiction to bring true stories to life, the book embraces all of Edmonton’s children: aboriginal, immigrant, inner-city and suburban, challenged and privileged, born in Edmonton and recently arrived. A timeline, glossary, and suggestions for more reading and city exploring are also included.

This chapter book has been written specifically for eight- and nine-year-olds who often encounter Alberta’s history for the first time in Grade Four. Full of fresh, vivid writing—and humour—it will be a pleasure to read in the classroom or at home. Kidmonton tells the city’s story to its youngest citizens in a bold, new way.

For interactive games and puzzles, stories, and a Klondike adventure, go to www.kidmonton.ca, a new website co-hosted by the Edmonton Public Library and the University of Alberta Libraries for River City kids, their parents, and teachers.

Visit Linda Goyette’s website: www.lindagoyette.ca.

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