Our Little Canadian Cousin

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(3.6 stars; 5 reviews)

In "Our Little Canadian Cousin," the author's intention is to tell, in a general way and in one defined local setting, the story of Canadian home life in the late 19th century. To Canadians, home life means not merely sitting at a huge fire-place, or brewing and baking in a wide country kitchen, or dancing of an evening, or teaching, or sewing ; but it means the great outdoor life — sleighing, skating, snow-shoeing, hunting, canoeing, and, above all, "camping out " — the joys that belong to a vast, uncrowded country, where there is "room to play." (Summary from the Author's foreword) (2 hr 5 min)


Preface 1:37 Read by rookieblue
Chapter 1 13:13 Read by RLC
Chapter 2 11:47 Read by Sean McGaughey
Chapter 3 13:13 Read by RLC
Chapter 4 14:44 Read by RLC
Chapter 5 15:44 Read by Lynne T
Chapter 6 12:53 Read by Sean McGaughey
Chapter 7 14:15 Read by Katalina Watt
Chapter 8 14:50 Read by Kirsten Nelson
Chapter 9 8:21 Read by Sean McGaughey
Chapter10 5:02 Read by Sean McGaughey


This book identical very good and I don't like it

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