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eBook Dear Canada: Banished From Our Home: The Acadian Diary of Angelique Richard, Grande-pre, Acadia, 1755 [Hardcover] download ISBN: 0439974216
Author: Dear Canada
Publisher: Scholastic (2004)
Language: English
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Angelique watches as families are torn apart and forced to settle far away from one another, and worries about her brother who is fighting for the Acadian cause. Will her family stay together during this dramati The latest addition to the bestselling Dear Canada series takes readers directly into the historic struggle between the French and English for control of the area.

Banished from Our Home book. This is more of a boudoir book for privileged pre-teens, if such a term can exist

Banished from Our Home book. Angélique Richard's life is turned upside down when she and. This is more of a boudoir book for privileged pre-teens, if such a term can exist. The Dear Canada series is a collection of middle-grade books that follow children living through some of the biggest events in our country’s history. I have several on my ‘to be read’ list, but this is the first one I have had the opportunity to read so far. It is important to teach the younger generations of our history so that it isn’t lost and forgotten.

book by Sharon Stewart. The Acadian Diary of Angelique Richard in May 1755.

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Commended, Best Books for Kids and Teens, Canadian Children's Book Centre, Starred Selection, 2005. Praise for the Dear Canada series: "The books are lovely - the reader will be drawn into these stories. Dear Canada: Banished from Our Home: The Acadian Diary of Angelique Richard, Grande-Pre, Acadia, 1755. Canadian Children's Literature. Vivid and believable.

Banished From Our Home: The Acadian Diary of Angélique Richard. They let us up on deck a handful at a time for an hour each day. I live for a breath of fresh air and the chance to stretch and walk about. Sometimes I feel I will suffocate down here in the dark. Banished from our Home is an excellent way to familiarize young readers – especially those living outside the Maritimes – with an important part of Canadian history. The diary format automatically limits action and conversation and makes character development more difficult. Nevertheless, Stewart has written an engaging and informative story.

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Banished from Our Home: The Acadian Diary of Angélique Richard Grand-Pre, Acadia 1755 Dear Canada. Angélique Richard's life is turned upside down when she and her family, along with the people of Grand-Pré, are forced by the British to leave their peaceful home in Acadia. Looks great for Canadian history. Pinning to remember to check this out! Dear Canada: Banished From Our Home: The Acadian Diary of Angelique Richard, Grande-Pre, Acadia, 1755. People also love these ideas.

The Acadian Diary of Angelique Richard in May 1755.
Comments: (5)
Marilore
I enjoyed this one. Reading this Historical Fiction account of an Acadian family being deported from Canada is a good way to vicariously "experience" this chapter of history. I grew up hearing story-after-story like this. This account rings true with the stories passed down on both sides of my Cajun family. One thing that reads so very true about the Acadien/Acadienne/Cajun people is their propensity for nicknames for one another and practical jokes. I am so grateful my ancestors made it to Louisiana. They were able to salvage their identity.
Honeirsil
Product As Expected
Whitemaster
I was happy to find out about this Book series when I was shopping over the International bridge in Canada, at the Station Mall. I really enjoy reading the Dear America Series and I knew that I would enjoy reading and learning more about Canadian History, from this book series.
Akirg
This book tells one of Canada's most tragic tales that brought about the near-extinction of a people through ethnic and religious intolerance, the Expulsion of the Acadians. This is the story of that episode through the eyes of the second eldest daughter of a large family. It is a heartbreaking story of loss and shameful, needless relocation of a people who were not wanted where they came from nor where they were sent. Hated either because they were French or Catholic, or both, the story brings to mind that world issues of today are no different than the ones of the past. A well-written, fast-paced story even though one knows ultimately how it will end due to the title, if one isn't familiar with the history. The book has a heavy atmosphere; I felt sad for the most part with the loss and death, and the ending only gives a bittersweet dose of happiness. The historical details are presented well through the emotional story and I'd say this would make a good introduction to the topic, especially with the historical notes included at the back of the book. I thought I didn't know this author, but taking a look at her backlist of titles, I realize I have read one other of her historical fictions a very long time ago. An emotional entry in the series.
Urreur
Twelve-year-old Angelique Richard has lived her whole life on her family's farm in Grand-Pre, Acadia, as part of a large, loving family. But the year is 1755, and life for everyone in Acadia is about to change forever. The British government has been imposing more and more restrictions on the Acadian people, due to the war with the French. Although the Acadians wish to remain neutral, the British refuse to trust them. Angelique's father and many of the other men are thrown in jail for signing a petition in protest of this unfair treatment, and even worse is to come for the people of Grand-Pre. This is one of my favorite books from the Dear Canada series. I loved reading Angelique's diary, as she went from telling of everyday life -- doing chores, going to church, fun times with her brothers, sisters, and cousins -- to the difficulties she faces as the British impose more restrictions on her people, and then to the unjustified deportation of her people, and Angelique's struggle to retain hope in the heartbreak that follows. I highly recommend this book to readers who enjoy historical fiction or who enjoyed previous Dear Canada books.