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New Books for the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

by Spencer Miller

In September, we recognize the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. As we approach September 30th, let’s reflect on our teaching toward reconciliation. …

10 new Canadian books for a reading road trip!

by Spencer Miller

Take a reading road trip to visit places and meet people across Canada through books. As you do, I hope you’ll see how the places we live inspire our …

Celebrate Freedom To Read Week & LGBTQ+ Books

by Spencer Miller

How can we use books and reading to create a more LGBTQ+ inclusive classroom? Here are some tips and advice for teachers based on my own experiences.

New Science Books for Kids to Spark Curiosity and Exploration

by Spencer Miller

Some of the most creative and imaginative writing for children is happening in science books. These books can show kids everything from the wonders of …

5 New Graphic Novels Young Readers Will Devour!

by Spencer Miller

Kids love reading graphic novels! And I love teaching with them. From expanding visual literacy and vocabulary to building empathy and confidence in readers, …

8 Books That Celebrate Inspiring Women

by Spencer

A selection of brand-new titles that highlight the contributions of women in STEM, art, history, business, journalism and other fields.

Celebrate I Read Canadian Day!

by Spencer Miller

Make I Read Canadian Day a launch pad for reading Canadian literature in your classroom all year round. It’s important we support the authors, illustrators, …

Books for the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

by Spencer Miller

This year, I want to invite you and your students to become readers of Indigenous literature.

8 New Picture Books for Storytime

by Spencer Miller

With a new school year approaching, you may be preparing to select some new picture books for your classroom storytime. With so many to choose from, it …

Five Ways to Keep Kids Reading this Summer

by Spencer Miller

Summertime is here! Instead of resting and relaxing, you’re worried about replying to that email in your inbox from a parent looking for advice on how …

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