A Newfoundland Year
There once was an artist from Gander, Who was quite a proud Newfoundlander, With pictures and rhymes, She shared her good times, In this book, through which you can meander. A Newfoundland Year takes readers through the twelve months of the year in Newfoundland and Labrador. From snowmobiling in January to mummering in December, this book is packed with all the wonderful things this province is known for.
Baker, who has a teaching degree and sits on the board of directors of The Rooms art gallery in St. John’s, captures children’s attention through a pleasing combination of visual art and rhyming text.-- New Glasgow News --
Every month of the year is celebrated in A Newfoundland Year with beautiful accompanying illustrations.-- Newfoundland Herald --
As a Newfoundland expat, A Newfoundland Year brought me right back home to bonfires on the beach and berry picking in the early fall. The images are stunning, and the limericks are quaint. Surely this book offers a delightful little taste of a year at home on The Rock..-- CM Magazine --
An excellent read for Children, the illustrations are just gorgeous.-- Edwards Book Club --