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A new graphic novel from Fanny Britt and Isabelle Arsenault, co-creators of Jane, the Fox and Me and Louis Undercover.
A gentle wordless picture book about the difference a kind friend can make on a gray day.
Follow an iceberg's seasonal life cycle as it shears, drifts, melts and moves in the Antarctic Ocean, kept company by animals, fish, birds and organisms.
As the eldest child in a large family, Pauline struggles to find her niche, and longs for peace and quiet—a charming story in graphic-novel style.
When Spider meets Shrew, they are both down on their luck — can these quirky new friends help each other out?
Severn Cullis-Suzuki’s 1992 Earth Summit speech, more relevant than ever, is part of the Speak Out series of inspiring speeches for young readers.
An illustrated, middle-grade treatment of the Dreyfus Affair told from the perspectives of Jewish army captain Alfred Dreyfus and writer Emile Zola.
Annabelle discovers an animal bone in the woods and decides to make it her new plaything. But nature ends up moving Annabelle in mysterious ways.
A pack of wolves chases a stag through the woods, but what seems scary proves surprising in this magical wordless picture book by Geraldo Valério.
A funny, touching look at the life of a social media influencer who starts to question the #goals life she has created for herself.
Two children feel adrift between the separate worlds of their parents, until their close-knit coastal community helps to anchor them.