Stories from Canada
These books by Canadian creators celebrate the country we live in.
Trickster Coyote experiences the pitfalls of excessive consumption in this comically irreverent solstice tale.
A powerful reimagination of what it was like to live in Africville in the 1960s through the eyes of a young girl.
Brian Doyle brings his award-winning blend of humor and wisdom to bear in this mystery that confronts the issue of racial hatred.
A warm and witty portrait of child prodigy and world-famous classical musician Glenn Gould.
The story of Larry Loyie's last summer before entering residential school.
Rebecca decides she must own her own land, even if this means facing resistance from her family, her community, the government – and Mother Nature.
A gorgeously illustrated version of one of Canada's iconic songs, Gordon Lightfoot's "Canadian Railroad Trilogy."
Jonah is determined to prove that anxiety won’t stop him from succeeding as his hockey team’s goalie in this dynamic novel in verse.
A young girl learns to paint with Tom Thomson, one of Canada's best-known artists.
When her family must move once more, Ophelia uses her imagination to make magic out of a scary situation.
A simple yet deeply felt and vibrantly illustrated story about a little girl who knows and loves the place she lives but has to move away.
A compelling multi-voiced verse novel about four orphaned children struggling to survive in a hidebound prairie town in the early 1940s.