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Canada in Colours

Canada in Colours

Per-Henrik Gürth


"Red sand dunes greet the tides on Prince Edward Island."

Location mentioned: Prince Edward Island

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Canada in Colours by Per-Henrik Gürth.


Canada in Colours” by Per-Henrik Gürth is a vibrant and captivating exploration of Canada’s diverse landscapes through the eyes of a renowned Canadian landscape artist. With his artistic talent, Gürth brings the majesty of the country’s varied regions to life, engaging young readers in a visual journey across Canada’s landscapes.

Through vivid colors, the pages of “Canada in Colours” resonate with the beauty and uniqueness of each major region. Gürth’s artistic interpretation captures the essence of Canada’s natural splendor and creates a nice educational experience for young audiences.

Per-Henrik Gürth’s earlier work, “ABC of Canada” and “Canada 123,” have already established his reputation for creating engaging and visually appealing books for children. With “Canada in Colours,” he continues to invite young readers to explore the wonders of their country while fostering an appreciation for its natural diversity.


More details:


  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Kids Can Press; Brdbk edition
  • Recommended Reading Age:  1 – 4 years (Preschool and up)
  • Publication date: 2011
  • ISBN-10: 1554537576
  • ISBN-13: 978-1554537570


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