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Guts / Raina Telgemeier

BF723.S75 T45 2019

Kings, queens, and in-betweens / Tanya Boteju.

PZ7.1.B6755 Kn 2019

How to read a book / Kwame Alexander

PZ7.A37723 Hw 2019

All the ways to be smart / Davina Bell & Allison Colpoys.

PZ7.1.B45146 Al 2019

 

 

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Breathing new life into book clubs: a practical guide for teachers / Sonja Cherry-Paul

LB1573 .C447 2019

Assessing students’ social and emotional learning: a guide to meaningful measurement / Clark McKown

LB1072 .M385 2019

Rethinking recess: creating safe and inclusive playtime for all children in school / Rebecca A. London

LB3033 .L584 2019

Let’s talk about body boundaries, consent & respect: a book to teach children about body ownership, respectful relationships, feelings and emotions, choices and recognizing bullying behaviors / by Jayneen Sanders

HV6570 .S26 2018

 

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Historical newspapers are a useful source of information for understanding social and cultural trends during specific times. In the BC Historical Newspapers collection, we have digitized more than 53,000 newspaper issues from around the province, dating from 1859 to 1995. In this post, we compile a few advertisements from the collection dating from the First World War.

The Wrigley’s company placed several advertisements for its gum in The Daily News and The Cranbrook Herald. These ads encourage people to have gum after every meal, and to also buy some for the soldiers on the frontline.

These Wrigley ads are from The Daily News (Nelson), originally titled “The Nelson Daily Miner”, and The Cranbrook Herald. Renamed when it was purchased by F.J. Deane in April 1902, The Daily News changed hands again in May 1908 when it began to be printed by the News Publishing Co., managed by W.G. McMorris. The Cranbrook Herald was a weekly newspaper published in Cranbrook, BC, from 1898 to 1927.

The Daily News, Feb 2, 1916

The Daily News, Jan 17, 1917

The Daily News, Oct 10, 1917

Cranbrook Herald, Mar 15, 1917

Razor manufacturers also made similar suggestions. This advertisement from The Daily News by Autostrop Safety Razor depicts a soldier writing a letter asking his friend or family to send him an Autostrop razor.

The Daily News, Nov 2, 1917

 

This advertisement from Gillette in The Review, a weekly newspaper published in Courtenay, BC, from 1912 to 1918, also encourages customers to send its safety razors in Christmas boxes to the front.

The Review, Dec 21, 1916

The Cowan Company put advertisements on The Daily News and Creston Review, boasting that its chocolate was nourishing and economical, good for both the trench and home. Creston Review was a weekly newspaper published in Creston, BC, from 1909 to 1983.

The Daily News, Nov 2, 1917

The Daily News, Nov 9, 1917

Creston Review, Nov 9, 1917

To explore more newspapers, please visit our Open Collections and search in our newspaper collections.

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