Children - Remembrance Day
(All of these titles are available at the Westlock Library)
At Vimy Ridge : Canada's greatest World War I victory
A bear in war
Inspired by the true story of Teddy, a stuffed bear that was sent to the front lines during World War I.
The eleventh hour
Goldstyn, Jacques, author, illustrator
Jules and Jim are best friends. They play together. They go to school together. They grow up together. Through it all, Jim is always a little ahead of Jules-a little faster, a little stronger. So, when Canada goes to war against Germany in 1914, Jim is the first to volunteer, but Jules is right behind him. They fight together. They battle the cold and the mud of the trenches together. But in the end, only one of them will see the Armistice begin at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month. A poignant tale of friendship, The Eleventh Hour is also a story about life, death, and the horrors and futility of war.
From Vimy to victory : Canada's fight to the finish in World War I
Brewster, Hugh, author
In Flanders Fields : the story of the poem by John McCrae
Granfield, Linda, author
Indigenous peoples in the world wars
Rose, Simon, 1961- author
"Discusses the role of Indigenous soldiers during World War I and World War II as well as how they were treated when they arrived back home to Canada."-- Provided by publisher.
A nation is born : World War I and Independence, 1910-1929
Hudak, Heather C., 1975- author
Discusses the history of this holiday and how it is celebrated across Canada.