Canadian Children's Television (Souvenir Catalogue) (Paperback)
Seventy Years of Canadian Children's Television
Made-in-Canada children's television debuted in 1952, with the French-language show P pinot et Capucine, and the English-language show Let's See. Indigenous programming would follow with shows such as Takuginai. Over the years, beloved television characters have inspired children to use their imaginations and connect with their communities, while also teaching them to read, write, count and sing.
This souvenir catalogue features celebrated television programs produced in Canada. In addition to images from shows, it includes many photographs of original costumes and puppets, along with content exploring the evolution of children's television. It is certain to delight everyone, from the very young to the young at heart