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Stacey May Fowles’ debut picture book is a whimsical, warmhearted story of how a super-special surprise can lead to anxiety — or invite imagination.
Cleaning houses is just a way for Jess to earn money for college – until she finds a hidden diary in the trashed bedroom of a fancy country house.
How does it feel to turn a year older? A child runs through a spectrum of emotions on the best day of the year, their birthday!
Rebecca decides she must own her own land, even if this means facing resistance from her family, her community, the government – and Mother Nature.
The fourth book in the ThinkCities series explores how people all over the world are working together to make their neighborhoods great.
Malaika learns about her father, who came to Canada as a migrant farm worker when she was just a baby and who shared her love of carnival.
Sienna looks forward to drawing a picture for her school’s spring art show, until she ends up with the last two crayons—dark brown and light brown.
Malala Yousafzai, girls’ education activist, won the Nobel Peace Prize at 17. Her acceptance speech is part of the Speak Out series for young readers.
A fully-illustrated treatment of the true stories of three young refugees who journey alone to North America, seeking refugee status.
A young child tells us about the different times when he feels peaceful, as well as how he copes when he needs to find a peaceful state again.
A boy and his grandmother are given two beautiful parakeets and must find a way to keep the birds happy and healthy in their new home.