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I Am Canada is a spin-off of Scholastic Canada's Dear Canada series. The series began publication in 2010 with Paul Yee's Blood and Iron. It produced one or two books a year until the latest, Sniper Fire, was released in 2016. Scholastic Canada also published several of the books in French under the title, Au Canada ("In Canada").

The series is similar to the My Name Is America series by featuring male protagonist and having similar topics. Many of the books focus on war, including World War I, World War II, the Seven Years' War, and the War of 1812. Other topics in I Am Canada are the building of the transcontinental railroad, the sinking of the RMS Titanic, and John Franklin's lost expedition.

List of books[]

Publication order[]

Cover No. Title Author Published ISBN
Blood-and-Iron 1 Blood and Iron Paul Yee September 2010[1] 9780545985932
Prisoner-of-Dieppe 2 Prisoner of Dieppe Hugh Brewster September 2010[2] 9780545985949
Shot-at-Dawn 3 Shot at Dawn John Wilson February 2011[3] 9780545985956
Deadly-Voyage 4 Deadly Voyage Hugh Brewster September 2011[4] 9781443104654
Behind-Enemy-Lines 5 Behind Enemy Lines Carol Matas February 2012[5] 9780545990660
Call-to-Battle 6 A Call to Battle Gillian Chan September 2012[6] 9781443100069
Storm-the-Fortress 7 Storm the Fortress Maxine Trottier February 2013[7] 9781443100076
Fire-in-Sky 8 Fire in the Sky David Ward September 2013[8] 9781443104005
Graves-of-Ice 9 Graves of Ice John Wilson January 2014[9] 9781443107945
Sink-And-Destroy 10 Sink and Destroy Edward Kay September 2014[10] 9781443107815
Defend-Or-Die 11 Defend or Die Gillian Chan February 2015[11] 9781443113052
Brothers-In-Arms 12 Brothers in Arms Don Aker September 2015[12] 9781443119597
Sniper-Fire 13 Sniper Fire Jonathan Webb September 2016[13] 9781443128612

Chronological order[]

See also: List of books by time period
No. Title Time period
1 Brothers in Arms 1758
2 Storm the Fortress 1759[14]
3 A Call to Battle 1812 — 1814[15]
4 Graves of Ice 1844 — 1849[16]
5 Blood and Iron 1882 — 1883
6 Deadly Voyage 1912[17]
7 Fire in the Sky 1916 — 1918
8 Shot at Dawn 1917 — 1918[18]
9 Sink and Destroy 1939 — 1945
10 Prisoner of Dieppe 1940 — 1943[19]
11 Defend or Die 1941 — 1943[20]
12 Sniper Fire 1943
13 Behind Enemy Lines 1944

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References[]

  1. https://www.amazon.ca/Am-Canada-Building-Heen-gwong-Columbia/dp/0545985935/
  2. https://www.amazon.ca/Am-Canada-Prisoner-Alistair-Morrison/dp/0545985943/
  3. https://www.amazon.ca/Am-Canada-World-McBride-France/dp/0545985951/
  4. https://www.amazon.ca/Am-Canada-Titanic-Crossing-Atlantic/dp/1443104655/
  5. https://www.amazon.ca/Am-Canada-Behind-Frederiksen-Nazi-Occupied/dp/0545990661/
  6. https://www.amazon.ca/Am-Canada-Battle-Alexander-MacKay/dp/1443100064/
  7. https://www.amazon.ca/Am-Canada-Fortress-William-Jenkins/dp/1443100072/
  8. https://www.amazon.ca/Am-Canada-Fire-World-Townend/dp/1443104000/
  9. https://www.amazon.ca/Am-Canada-Franklin-Expedition-Northwest/dp/1443107948/
  10. https://www.amazon.ca/Am-Canada-Destroy-Atlantic-OConnell/dp/1443107816/
  11. https://www.amazon.ca/Am-Canada-Defend-Siege-Finnigan/dp/1443113050/
  12. https://www.amazon.ca/Am-Canada-Louisbourg-Sébastien-LEspérance/dp/1443119598/
  13. https://www.amazon.ca/Am-Canada-Sniper-Fight-Ortona/dp/1443128619/
  14. Chapters 1 and 2 cover some of William's earlier history from 1750 to 1755.
  15. The prologue and epilogue are set during August 1820.
  16. Chapter 1 depicts some of George's earlier history from 1834 to 1844. The prologue and epilogue are set during September 1849.
  17. The prologue is set during April 1987 and the epilogue during September 1985.
  18. Chapter 1 depicts the early life of Allan and the early years of World War I.
  19. Chapter 1 shows some of Alistair's earlier life during June 1929.
  20. The epilogue is set during February 1946.

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