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Canadian Book Wins

Two Canadians are the winners of the first James Madison Award for their book for children, First to Fly: How Wilbur and Orville Wright Invented The Airplane. It’s the first year for the award, which was launched by Lynne Cheney, and paid for through proceeds from her own children’s book, America: A Patriotic Primer. The award is for books aimed at ages 5 to 14 and is named for the fourth president of the U.S. "who loved books from the time he was a child and who changed history with the knowledge he gained from reading."

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