Kids of Courage
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I bought this book at a charity shop in the nearby city of Waterloo, Ontario. I did not find the specific book that I was looking for, but I came home with a number of other children's books to register, including this one. What attracted me to it initially was the Canadian Paralympic Committee logo on the back cover. With another Paralympic Games coming up early in 2018, I thought the timing was good! I don't know yet exactly when/where I will release this.
In celebration of the sesquicentennial, I have dedicated this year's bookcrossing activity to the reading and sharing of Canadian stories. I am excited to include this book in my Canada 150 project!
Journal Entry 2
Tall Tales Cafe in Wallacetown, Ontario Canada on Saturday, March 17, 2018
Released 2 yrs ago (3/17/2018 UTC) at Tall Tales Cafe in Wallacetown, Ontario Canada
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
As planned, I released this book during the 2018 Paralympic Games! Tonight our Canadian para hockey players are going for gold, so my husband and I visited the hometown of our team's youngest player, James Dunn, and left this book there in honour of him (and his teammates). We had dinner at the café and we're excited to see Dunn's signed hockey card displayed over the counter :) On our way out, I left this book in the vestibule on a little stand with some other things that patrons could take (flyers, etc).
If you've found this book, thanks for picking it up and checking out its journal! If you're new to bookcrossing, welcome. We'd love it if you'd stick around with us a while. I really hope that you enjoy both this book and the whole bookcrossing experience!
This book was released as part of the 2018 "52 Towns in 52 Weeks" Release Challenge. Wallace town was Town #7 for me!