Notes from a Children’s Librarian: Satisfying Endings
How do you create a sense of satisfaction in a story’s finale? The following books pull it off!
Writing with Four Hands
"That’s what the Travels series is all about: sending a resourceful, observant, unafraid (well, sometimes a little afraid, when a pack of stray dogs …
Notes from a Children's Librarian: Books on Jewish Heritage
Compelling stories showcasing Jewish Heritage to be enjoyed by readers of all ages.
Notes from a Children's Librarian: Stories for Asian Heritage Month
Great picture books celebrating Asian heritage.
What the Kite Saw: Stories of Children and Crisis
"Children have their own unique ways of facing a crisis. Yes, they need protecting, but they are also resilient. They have inner resources, spunk and …
New Picture Books for Spring
A selection of gorgeous new picture books celebrating new life, hope, nature, and mindfulness.
Notes from a Children's Librarian: Celebrating STEM
This list includes all kinds of STEM’ers—science enthusiasts, builders, inventors, real life engineers—in both fiction and non-fiction texts.
Seeds of a Story: 2020 Canadian Children's Book Centre Awards
Kazakh eagle hunters, Muslim love stories, Grade 7 science class and more! Canada's most celebrated children's writers tell all about how their acclaimed …
Notes from a Children's Librarian: The "I Am Canada" Series
"These first-person narratives are so compelling that a reader doesn’t even notice that they’re actually learning history."
Launchpad: THE BARREN GROUNDS, by David A. Robertson
"David A. Robertson has written such a fine, beautiful novel. He manages to combine hard truths about our history with a Narnia-like fantasy, sweeping …