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A Parade to Remember

Wendy Lee Paquette

Illustrated by Kim Rumbolt

A Parade to Remember was written to teach the Canadian time-honoured tradition of Remembrance Day and the importance of recognizing and supporting

Canadian Armed Forces veterans. It has been selected to be a part of the Canadian War Museum's permanent research collection, making it a piece of Canadian history as well as an important teaching tool.

With each purchase, a portion will go to the Canadian Legion.


Softcover, 28 pages  8 x 8.5"

This was written as a teaching tool for children to learn the importance of Remembrance Day customs and traditions observed annually by Canadians through the eyes of a young girl named Lou Lou, as she learns her grandfather is a veteran.

The illustrations capture the innocence of the characters, and the essence and importance of celebration, honouring and commemorating all war veterans.


Soon to be published in French for Remembrance Day, 2022

©2007, reprinted 2020, 2021, 2022

Printed at Rapido Livres / Books, Montreal.

$19.95 CDN + shipping

Available through Corner Studio or locally at

Librairie Clio

245 Boul. St Jean

Plaza Pointe Claire 

Pointe Claire, Qc  H9R 3J1


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