My Winter City
A boy, his father and their dog have a perfect day in a snowy city, illustrated by Governor General's Literary Award winner Gary Clement.
Small in the City
The first picture book that award-winning Sydney Smith has both written and illustrated is about feeling small in the city and finding your way home.
A pack of wolves chases a stag through the woods, but what seems scary proves surprising in this magical wordless picture book by Geraldo Valério.
They Say Blue
The highly anticipated children's book from award-winning cartoonist and illustrator Jillian Tamaki.
Malaika’s Winter Carnival
When Malaika moves to a cold northern city, there's a lot to get used to, especially Carnival in the wintertime!
A cheeky celebration of boobies — the blue-footed avian sort and the more familiar kind that we find on our own bodies.
Up in the Tree
Margaret Atwood's classic picture book is a perfect integration of words and pictures.
The Black Book of Colors
This groundbreaking, award-winning book conveys the experience of a person who can only see through his or her sense of touch, taste, smell or hearing.
Teddy Jam's lyrical prose and Eric Beddows's detailed illustrations cast Night Cars in that magical light between sleep and waking.
The Three Brothers
From world-renowned author and illustrator Marie-Louise Gay, a story about three brothers who set off in search of wild animals in a changing climate.
The Bad Chair
A fresh and funny picture book about feeling left out and the power of friendship, from the author and illustrator of A Year Without Mom.
Out the Window
A perfect book for active, curious toddlers and preschoolers from the bestselling author/illustrator of A Few Blocks and A Few Bites.