Books with Free Study Guides

Books with Free Study Guides

Study guides for teachers, librarians and parents are available for all of the books in this collection. Perfect for teaching, homeschooling or using as reference materials, these resources will enrich the reading experience.

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Shi-shi-etko

A gently moving and poetic account of a child who finds solace all around her even though she is on the verge of great loss.

Shin-chi's Canoe

Shi-shi-etko is about to return to residential school, but this time she is not alone — her six-year-old brother, Shin-chi, is going, too.

Sidewalk Flowers

A quiet but powerful testament to the joy that children can find in ordinary things.

Slavery Today

Written by leading experts, this Groundwork Guide examines modern slavery, and empowers readers to get involved in the global anti-slavery movement.

Sometimes I Feel Like a Fox

Children’s love for animals and disguise come together in this award-winning introduction to the Anishinaabe tradition of totem animals.

Sopa de frijoles / Bean Soup

Simply written, yet full of vivid imagery, this bilingual book about preparing bean soup is a fun, almost magical experience.

Stella, Queen of the Snow

Sam is experiencing his first snowstorm. Luckily, Stella has all the answers, and delights in sharing the many pleasures of a beautiful winter's day.

Tamalitos

Another playful book in the popular bilingual Cooking Poem series that shows that tamalitos, or little tamales, are easy to make!

Tecumseh

A gorgeously illustrated biography of Tecumseh — the great Shawnee chief — published to coincide with the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812.

The Amazing Travels of Ibn Battuta

The true story of a fourteenth-century traveler, whose journeys through the Islamic world and beyond were extraordinary for his time.

The Betrayal of Africa

This book in the Groundworks Guides series shows that today a real possibility for positive change in Africa now exists.

The Breadwinner

"All girls [should read] The Breadwinner by Deborah Ellis." — Malala Yousafzai, New York Times