I Am Canada is a spin-off of Scholastic Canada's Dear Canada series. The series began publication in 2010 with Paul Yee's Blood and Iron. It produces one or two books a year, the latest being Sniper Fire in 2016. Scholastic Canada also publishes several of the books in French under the title, Au Canada ("In Canada").
The series is similar to the My Name Is America series by featuring a boy protagonist and covering several wars, including World War I, World War II, the Seven Years' War, and the War of 1812. Other topics featured in the series are the building of the transcontinental railroad, the sinking of the RMS Titanic, and John Franklin's lost expedition.
|1||Blood and Iron||Paul Yee||September 2010||9780545985932|
|2||Prisoner of Dieppe||Hugh Brewster||September 2010||9780545985949|
|3||Shot at Dawn||John Wilson||February 2011||9780545985956|
|4||Deadly Voyage||Hugh Brewster||September 2011||9781443104654|
|5||Behind Enemy Lines||Carol Matas||February 2012||9780545990660|
|6||A Call to Battle||Gillian Chan||September 2012||9781443100069|
|7||Storm the Fortress||Maxine Trottier||February 2013||9781443100076|
|8||Fire in the Sky||David Ward||September 2013||9781443104005|
|9||Graves of Ice||John Wilson||January 2014||9781443107945|
|10||Sink and Destroy||Edward Kay||September 2014||9781443107815|
|11||Defend or Die||Gillian Chan||February 2015||9781443113052|
|12||Brothers in Arms||Don Aker||September 2015||9781443119597|
|13||Sniper Fire||Jonathan Webb||September 2016||9781443128612|
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