10 non-fiction books about Canada to read before you visit (or move there!)

10 non-fiction books about Canada to read before you visit (or move there!)
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For this particular books about Canada post I have included only a non-fictional selection. I seem to have chosen books of a more humorous nature of which there seem to be quite a few!

If you want to BE Canadian this list will certainly help you – though the constant marrying together of the words “weird” and “Canada” does make me wonder exactly what is going on in the land of maple syrup, mounties and ice hockey!

If after reading all that you still want to visit you will find a selection of great travel books to assist you with planning at the the end of the post.

 


So, You Want to Be Canadian: All About the Most Fascinating People in the World and the Magical Place They Call Home


 

A celebration of all things Canadian this essential guide is filled with all sorts of trivia useful to anyone considering a visit. A highly recommended read for those with a sense of humour and a desire to understand Canadian culture!

 


How to Move to Canada: A Discontented American’s Guide to Canadian Relocation


 

Fancy relocating to Canada? This guide is a must-read with essential information for anyone thinking of making the move (or even those who aren’t!) Find out if Canada would have you (don’t just assume!) and other quite important considerations before you turn up at the airport.

 


Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader Weird Canada


 

Weird. Bizarre. Wacky. Just some of the words used to describe Canada. Find out why in this book!

 


Weird But True Canada: 300 Outrageous Facts About the True North


 

Ok this is aimed at kids but who doesn’t want to find out 300 outrageous facts about Canada? I was amazed to discover that Montreal is the second largest French-speaking city in the world – who knew??

 


How to Be a Canadian


 

The  ultimate guide to the country’s cultural quirks, from diet and sex to sports and politics. The result is a nonstop comic ride through such topics as “Canadian Cuisine—and How to Avoid It,” “Regional Harmony (Who to Hate and Why),” and “How to Make Love Like a Canadian.”

 


Canadian History for Dummies


 

Learn all about Canadian history in this newly updated guide. This update features all the latest, up-to-the-minute findings in historical and archeological research too!

 


Canada


 

In this instant national bestseller, Mike Myers writes from his heart about his 53-year relationship with his beloved Canada.

 


Canada Travel Journal (Map-themed Travel Diaries)


 

Planning some Canadian travel? This travel diary will help you record your itineraries and experiences to keep forever.

 


The Great Canadian Bucket List: One-of-a-Kind Travel Experiences


 

Need some help planning your Canadian travel itinerary? This book will inspire you will must have experiences, places to visit and things to do during your Canadian adventure.

 


Lonely Planet Canada (Travel Guide)


 

If you need a guide book Lonely Planet is always my guide book of choice. Packed full of up-to-date information to help you plan your trip.

 


FURTHER INFORMATION FOR VISITING CANADA


If you are heading to Canada soon I have some great posts to check out to help with your planning. At the moment the focus is on Vancouver and Vancouver Island but keep an eye out for new posts coming soon! Why not subscribe below to receive tips, updates and more from me in my monthly newsletter? No spam just great information! Subscribes also gain free access to my resource library which includes book lists and fact files and other useful resources to help plan your trip!

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