Well, writers and graphic artists wondered if adults would be interested in graphic books. Could they become involved with subjects that would interest them – for example, the Second World War.
So a new graphic book called Canada at War, reviewed by Ottawa’s Tim Cook, takes us into the Second World War where Canada sent 1.1 million soldiers in uniform from 1939 to 1945, and they fought on land, at sea, and in the air around the world.
Read the review as Tim explores the strengths and weaknesses of this book.
Read the review at Canada’s Historic Magazine at www.canadashistory.ca/Books/Lire-sur-l%E2%80%99histoire/Reviews/Canada-at-War--A-Graphic-History-of-World-War-Two.aspx
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