This collection features unforgettable stories and breathtaking illustrations that young readers will cherish forever.
A sloth of bears, a smack of jellyfish, a nuisance of cats — what else lies inside?
A story about a young girl celebrating the Moroccan Jewish holiday of Mimouna with a new Muslim friend.
Young Ray and Amelia discover the old New Mexican tradition of los abuelos, a midwinter masquerade with elements of Spanish and indigenous Pueblo culture.
Abukacha finally throws away his worn out shoes and gets himself a new pair. But the old shoes, somehow, keep finding their way back to him.
A powerful reimagination of what it was like to live in Africville in the 1960s through the eyes of a young girl.
An enchanting and utterly authentic introduction to the life of an Inuit child and her world.
An extraordinary book that celebrates the joyful return of Alfredito and his family to the country they left as refugees.
A curmudgeonly old sheep reluctantly gives up his wool and then plots to get it back, even though it has been knit into a brightly colored sweater.
The extraordinary, true story of an owl stranded on the deck of an oil rig one hundred miles from shore, and the Good Samaritans who shepherded it home.
Winner of the Governor General's Award, Ancient Thunder is a spectacular art book for anyone interested in wild horses and First Nations culture.
A simple, charming reflection on the cycle of life.
A young child tells us what makes her angry and how she tries to let the anger come and go, in this nuanced look at what may underlie angry feelings.