Remembrance Day

I’ll be in Ottawa on Remembrance Day presenting Highway of Heroes at the Canadian War Museum, after a brief appearance on “A” Morning Ottawa.

Meanwhile, in Springhill, Nova Scotia, a student will be reading Highway of Heroes to a school assembly. Around the gymnasium will be “Bridge Ceremony” banners made by the students. O Canada will be sung. I thank the teacher who wrote to tell me of their plans.

I’m proud to have written a book that helps Canada’s young people understand that the act of remembrance can be about those who have served long ago, those who have served in recent memory, and even those currently serving. Linda Granfield has written a number of books that contribute to young people’s understanding of why we observe Remembrance Day. She has also created a video “Eleventh Day, 11th Hour” that I’m happy to help her share.

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2 Comments

  1. Heather Burke on November 10, 2010 at 5:45 pm

    Thank you for ensuring young people understand the significance of November 11th.

  2. Remembrance Day Links | Erin Thomas on November 11, 2010 at 1:50 pm

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