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publisher: James Lorimer & Company Ltd., Publishers
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Righting Canada's Wrongs: Italian Canadian Internment in the Second World War

by Pamela Hickman & Jean Smith Cavalluzzo

tagged: prejudice & racism, military & wars, politics & government, canada
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published: Oct 2012
pages: 112
ISBN:9781459401679
publisher: James Lorimer & Company Ltd., Publishers
imprint: Lorimer
Description

Righting Canada’s Wrongs: Italian Canadian Internment is designed to provide an introductory-level overview of the internment of Italian-Canadians during the Second World War. This title makes use of photos and illustrations, firsthand accounts, and sections of easily digestible text to engage students with the material. The titles in this series are ideal for introductory-level university classes where students may not have encountered these subjects before.

About the Authors

Pamela Hickman

PAMELA HICKMAN is the author of over forty non-fiction books for children, including winners of the Green Prize for Sustainable Literature, the Best Book Award from the Society of School Librarians International and the Canadian Authors Association Lilla Sterling Memorial Award. She co-authored the first book in this series, Righting Canada's Wrongs: Japanese Canadian Internment in the Second World War. She lives in Canning, Nova Scotia.

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Jean Smith Cavalluzzo

JEAN SMITH CAVALLUZZO is a Toronto writer interested in social justice issues. She has degrees in sociology and social work as well as a diploma in journalism. Her articles have appeared in Chatelaine, the Toronto Star, Eye-talian Magazine, and the Globe and Mail. She has also written for CBC radio. She lives in Toronto, Ontario.

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Contributor Notes

PAMELA HICKMAN is the author of over thirty-five non-fiction books for children, including winners of the Green Prize for Sustainable Literature, the Best Book Award from the Society of School Librarians International, and the Canadian Authors Association Lilla Sterling Memorial Award. She co-authored the first book in this series, Righting Canada's Wrongs: Japanese Canadian Internment in the Second World War. She lives in Canning, Nova Scotia.
JEAN SMITH CAVALLUZZO is a Toronto writer interested in social justice issues. She has degrees in sociology and social work as well as a diploma in journalism. Her articles have appeared in Chatelaine, the Toronto Star, Eye-talian Magazine, and the Globe and Mail. She has also written for CBC radio. She lives in Toronto, Ontario.

Recommended Age and Grade
Age:
13 to 18
Grade:
8 to 12
Awards
  • Commended, Canadian Children's Book Centre Best Books for Kids & Teens *Starred Selection*
  • Long-listed, Information Book Award
  • Commended, Best Books for Kids & Teens *Starred Selection* (Canadian Children's Book Centre)
  • Commended, One of the Year's Best for 2013 (Resource Links)
  • Commended, One of the Year's Best for 2013 -- Resource Links
Editorial Reviews

"Even if a community can "move on", a story like this should never be forgotten. Italian Canadian Internment during the Second World War does an excellent job of telling the story of an ethnic community subjected to grossly unfair treatment and systemic discrimination, both by fellow Canadians and, most regrettably, the Canadian government. The book features a wealth of well-captioned visual material: colour and black and white photos, facsimiles of personal and government documents, and most powerfully, first-person accounts from the many who suffered as a result of the War Measures Act." Highly Recommended.

— CM: Canadian Review of Materials

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"This book is very well-done... The visuals are spectacular and will surely be a drawing card for students at the upper elementary and junior high levels" Rated E, excellent, enduring, everyone should see it!

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