|By (author):||Becker, Helaine|
|Illustrated By:||Zimmermann, Werner|
|Subject:||JUVENILE FICTION / Canadian|
|JUVENILE FICTION / Holidays & Celebrations / Christmas & Advent|
|Awards:||OLA Best Bets (2011) Commended
CBA Libris Awards - Children's Picture Book of the Year (2011) Winner
Best Books for Kids and Teens, Canadian Children's Book Centre (2011) Commended
Today's Parent 100 best Canadian kids' books of all time (2015) Commended
Resource Links, Best of the Year (2011) Commended
|Publisher:||Scholastic Canada Ltd|
|Size:||10.50in x 10.48in|
|From The Publisher*||A hilarious cast of distinctively Canadian characters populate these Twelve Days of Christmas! |
Christmas, as only Canadians can celebrate! Where else do Mounties frolic, squirrels enjoy a fine game of curling, and hockey players mark the season as lords-a-leaping?
This hilarious, tongue-in-cheek re-setting of the popular Christmas carol is the perfect gift for Canadians new and old, young and young-at-heart.
|Review Quote*||Praise for A Porcupine in a Pine Tree: |
Globe and Mail Bestseller
"It's virtually impossible to resist singing along." -Quill and Quire
"[Porcupine] tops my list of favourites . . . a fine gift for all ages." -The Montreal Gazette
"A super-serving of Canadiana in perfect time for the holidays . . . quite irresistible." -CM Magazine
"This is Canadiana Christmas at its best- it's impossible not to sing or laugh along." -Canadian Bookseller Magazine
"The classic holiday book A Porcupine in a Pine Tree is made all the more sweet with cozy cuddle and a soft stuffie that's just the right size for wee hands." -Canadian Family
|Biographical Note||HELAINE BECKER is also the author of another retelling of a classic, The Haunted House That Jack Built and The Hilarious History of Hockey, also published by Scholastic this fall. She lives in Toronto, ON. |
WERNER ZIMMERMANN is a well-known illustrator whose works include the Farmer Joe series, Snow Day!, The Pirates of Captain McKee, and Listen, Said the Donkey. He was nominated twice for the Governor General's Award, and he and Jean Little won the Mr. Christie's Award for Pippin the Christmas Pig. Werner lives in Guelph, Ontario.