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When He Was Free and Young and He Used to Wear Silks

The first collection of short fiction from bestselling author Austin Clarke is a provocative exploration of the Black immigrant experience in Canada.

When I Found Grandma

Maya longs to see her grandmother, but when Grandma arrives from far away for a visit, she is not quite what Maya expected.

When I Listen to Silence

When a child is asked to “Please, be quiet!” they sit silent … and their imagination sweeps them away on a breathtaking journey.

When I Visited Grandma

Maya is excited to be in India visiting Grandma, but their time together isn’t quite what she expected … A companion book to When I Found Grandma.

When I Went to the Library

When I Went to the Library reminds everyone — especially children — that the influence of libraries and books is alive and worth celebrating.

When Spider Met Shrew

When Spider meets Shrew, they are both down on their luck — can these quirky new friends help each other out?

When Stella was Very, Very Small

Originally written to celebrate the tenth anniversary of Stella and Sam, When Stella Was Very, Very Small is the most endearing book in the series yet.

When the Doves Disappeared

A chillingly suspenseful new novel that opens up a little-known chapter of history: the occupation, resistance, and collaboration in Estonia.

When the Slave Esperança Garcia Wrote a Letter

In 1770, the slave Esperança Garcia bravely penned a letter to the governor in Brazil. Her hope, despite her mistreatment, is moving and inspiring.

Where Are You, Agnes?

This stunning picture-book imagining of artist Agnes Martin’s childhood gives readers a glimpse into the life and work of one of the most esteemed abstract painters of the twentieth century.

Where Did You Sleep Last Night

Where Did You Sleep Last Night is a love story about a teenage girl who embarks on a relationship with Kurt Cobain.

White Resin

An ethereal love story of the almost-impossible reconciliation between the manufactured world and the haunting and feminine nature that envelops it.