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White Pine 2019

  • Age: 12 to 100
  • Grade: 7 to 17
The White Pine Award is a part of the Ontario Library Association's Forest of Reading®. The White Pine program offers high school-aged teens at all grade levels the opportunity to read the best of Canada's recent young adult fiction. Also included in the competition are the following titles: -36 Questions That Changed My Mind About You by Vicki Grant -Chaotic Good by Whitney Gardner -Prince of Pot by Tanya Lloyd Kyi

Gripping YA Thrillers and Mysteries

  • Age: 8 to 100
  • Grade: 3 to 17
These books will have teens putting away their screens and pulling up their covers at night.

Outstanding Books for Kids Aged 10-13

  • Age: 8 to 100
  • Grade: 3 to 17
All the books listed here have either won or been shortlisted for book awards in Canada.

White Pine 2018

  • Age: 12 to 100
  • Grade: 7 to 17
The White Pine Award is a part of the Ontario Library Association's Forest of Reading®. The White Pine program offers high school-aged teens at all grade levels the opportunity to read the best of Canada's recent young adult fiction. Looks like a great selection of nominees this year.

New Diverse Books

  • Age: 4 to 19
  • Grade: p to 12
A #wehavediversebooks selection for children and teens.

Literary Graphic Novels for Secondary School

  • Age: 0 to 100
  • Grade: p to 17
I think the attraction of a graphic novel for students is that they can read it in one day. This works for both reluctant readers (GNs are not as intimidating), as well as for students who love stories: They want to read as many as possible, as quickly as possible. Also, some stories are better told in a graphic fashion. In the best GNs, the pictures are the poetry which convey the legendary 1000 words. I'm trying to stock my library with as many alternative reads for students as possible. A great resource for buying and chatting about graphic novels is The Beguiling out of Toronto. ***Please preview these titles. Some may not be appropriate for your students.***