• Colleen Baxter Sullivan

What Does Lil's Way Have In Common With Canada's 150th Anniversary?

One of my readers brought it to my attention how Lil's Way is such a good read, especially this year being Canada's 150th Anniversary. A huge part of Lil's Way takes place at Montreal's Expo '67, our 100th Anniversary celebration. It describes in detail the building of Expo and Lil's first impressions of this wonderful world's fair.

Lil's visits the fair for the first time and you will see it as through the eyes of a tourist. But she has done her homework. Her description makes your imagination spark with her visual description one that will leave an impression with you long after putting this novel down.

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