Lady Tweedsmuir, whose husband was one of the greatest Governor-Generals Canada has ever known and, as the author John Buchan, was famous throughout the English Speaking world, is herself an accomplished writer whose published works include historical studies, such as the Sword of State, a study of Wellington after the Battle of Waterloo, a biography of Lady Louisa Stuart and several fantasies and children's books.
Wartime book introducing readers to Canada. Written by the wife of the Governor General of Canada. 47pp, with 12 color plates and 32 illustrations in b&w. Attractive paper-covered boards illustrated with a maple-leaf motif [repeated on the dustjacket]. Book is bright and clean with a sound binding. Virtually no wear present and quite unmarked. Unclipped dustjacket shows a little edge wear and slight rubbing/soiling to rear panel. Weight, 224g.
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