Stories from Canada

Stories from Canada

These books by Canadian creators celebrate the country we live in.

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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!

Me and You and the Red Canoe

A gorgeously illustrated, lyrical story about experiencing the wonders of the natural world.

Migrant

A deeply felt, imaginative, beautifully illustrated story about what it's like to be the child of migrant farm workers.

My Name Is Seepeetza

An honest look at life in an Indian residential school in the 1950s, and how one indomitable young spirit survived it — 30th anniversary edition.

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.

nattiq and the Land of Statues

In this charming story that includes words in Inuktitut, a ringed seal returns to his Arctic home and tells his friends of his southern adventures.

nipêhon / I Wait

A quiet, gentle story about a family working together in the Cree tradition.

niwîcihâw / I Help

A simple and beautifully illustrated story in Cree and English about a young child picking rosehips in the woods with his grandmother.

Northwest Passage

A stunning pictorial representation of the search for the Northwest Passage as seen by painter Matt James, inspired by Stan Rogers’ iconic song.

Once in a Blue Moon

A book that will inspire readers to connect more deeply with the natural world.

Once Upon a Northern Night

An exquisite lullaby describes the beauty of a northern winter night.

Pebbles to the Sea

Two children feel adrift between the separate worlds of their parents, until their close-knit coastal community helps to anchor them.