Dooley Bear Adventures Ontario!

In this book of the award-winning Dooley Bear Adventures series, Dooley Bear travels to Ontario, Canada to see his cousin Tucker. He explores Niagara Falls, visits a sugar bush, plays hockey, and eats poutine and maple syrup.

 

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The author describes this book

""I have purchased all three books in the series. They are such delightful stories and SO educational. I am certain ALL children will be delighted with Dooley's great adventures. The parent guide is EXCELLENT! As an educator for 37 years I highly recommend this series and I approve this message! Order the books today. You will be glad you did and your children will be thrilled.""

Danise Indiana

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""Our 18 month old daughter absolutely loved the first book! Entertaining and educational. We can't wait to get the rest of the series!""

Lanette Illinois

Fun Facts

Beaver

Ontario does not have an official national animal, but the beaver has been adopted as the national animal of Canada. They eat twigs, bark and plants. Their favorite part of the tree is the inner bark.

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Beaver

Common Loon

The national bird of Ontario is the common loon. Adults average 30 inches long and weigh up to 17 pounds. They eat fish and have webbed feet. The common loon uses their webbed feet to help them swim underwater to catch their food.

Photo credit Allabout birds.org (Josh Merrill). Click here for more information.

Common Loon

Crokinole Board Game

Crokinole is a board game that is similar to marbles or shuffleboard. Players flick small discs into different areas of the board to score points. The earliest known crokinole board was made in Ontario in 1876.

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Crokinole Board Game

Eastern White Pine

The national tree of Ontario is the eastern white pine. These pine trees can grow up to 230 feet tall and can live over 250 years.

Photo credit Ontario.ca. Click here for more information.

Eastern White Pine

Flag of Ontario

This is Ontario's flag.

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Flag of Ontario

Loonie

A Canadian one dollar coin is called a loonie. A two dollar coin is called a "toonie".

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Loonie

Maid of the Mist

A tour boat at Niagara Falls that brings you right next to the waterfalls. You are given rain coats when you buy tickets because you get very wet.

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Maid of the Mist

Niagara Falls

A set of waterfalls on the border between New York and Ontario, Canada. The American Falls are 176 feet tall and Horseshoe Falls (in Canada) are 167 feet tall.

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Niagara Falls

Poutine

A common food dish in Ontario. The main ingredients are French fries, brown gravy and cheese curds. It is served hot.

Photo credit Seriouseats.com (Joshua Bousel). Click here for more information.

Poutine

Sugar Bush

A forest or farm that is highly populated with sugar maple trees that are tapped to pull out sap. This sap is then boiled to create maple syrup.

Photo credit Fultons.ca. Click here for more information.

Sugar Bush

White Trillium

The national flower of Ontario is the white trillium. The petals on the flowers can grow to be 3 inches long.

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White Trillium

Where is Ontario?

Ontario is located in east-central Canada. The United States is to the south of it.

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Where is Ontario?

Meet Tucker!

Here is a picture of the real Tucker relaxing in his yard in Ontario.

Meet Tucker!

Meet Dexter!

Here is a picture of Dexter and his little sister "Sassy Pants". (Dexter is on the right.)

Meet Dexter!

Meet Johnson!

Here is a picture of Johnson all dressed up in his party bow tie.

Meet Johnson!

Meet Sunny!

Here is a picture of Miss Sunny in her pink party hat!

Meet Sunny!

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Our app will put the educational tools you need in the palm of your hand.

We developed the app to equip you with helpful tools you can use to enhance your children’s language skills while reading the Dooley Bear books.

What is included in the app?

Parent Handbooks

For each book in the Dooley Bear series you can access the parent handbook on the app. This makes the handbooks easily accessible from anywhere at any time. Just select the book you are reading to pull up the language activities associated with it.

Create your own Dooley Bear Passport

You can create passports for your children and get your passport stamped so you can keep track of your travels with Dooley Bear!

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Future App Features

We are working on including fun and educational games that your child can play to further enhance language skills while having fun. Stay tuned!

Other books in the series

Dooley Bear has been very busy traveling the world in search of fun, friends and food! Check out all of Dooley Bear's adventures in the other books available in this series. Where do you think he will go next?

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