New routines, fitting in, making friends, being yourself...kids of all ages have a LOT of feelings about going back to school! Ease the transition with this selection of *new* books to read at home or share in the classroom.
Help curious kids learn about the world's response to COVID-19 with this list of books about vaccines, pandemics and epidemics, germ theory, immunology, societal challenges, and human behaviour.
Includes books recommended for grades K-12, from picture books to adult nonfiction suitable for senior high school students.
Protecting and caring for our planet is one of the essential issues of our time. This selection of books will help start important conversations about climate change and the environment at home or in the classroom.
We are saddened to hear of the passing of beloved author and residential (boarding) school survivor, Margaret-Olemaun Pokiak-Fenton. She was 84.
“Perhaps there is no greater accomplishment in life than to have opened minds and hearts to the human experience. Margaret's stories, rooted in agency and resiliency, have had an impact on countless people. When youth learn about residential schools it is through Margaret's eyes. She continues to be a hero and an inspiration by fostering awareness through testimony,” said Rick Wilks, Annick Co-publisher.
Here are Margaret's books, co-authored with Christy Jordan-Fenton.