A Proper AcadianPaperback - 1980
In 1755, young Timothy is sent from Boston to live with his mother's relatives in Acadia. As the story unfolds, Timothy grows to love the beauty of the Acadian landscape and the close-knit, hardworking Acadian community. One June night, American soldiers -- who had come under the guise of a fishing party -- ransack the Acadians' houses for arms while their hosts lie sleeping. This treacherous event portends the disaster that follows later that summer: the Acadian deportation.
Publisher: Toronto : Kids Can Press, c1980.
Characteristics: 64 pages :,illustrations, map ;,20 cm.