"A Canadian Childhood" is the story of Robert Pace, one of three
young boys, whose family came to Canada in 1946. Growing up in the
Beaches area of Toronto, life is described through his eyes as he
learns about his wider family roots; explores the Lake area and
Taylor Creek ravine; day-dreams about 'The Fox' cinema, Buck Rogers
and Max Bentley; and starts his schooling. Unexpectedly the family
return to England in 1953, disrupting his fragile sense of Canadian
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Roger Leslie Paige
||229 x 152 x 7mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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