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Canadian Books of the Year

  • Age: 3 to 100
  • Grade: p to 17
We asked educators and librarians to share their favourite Canadian books of 2020. Here are their choices!

Winners: 2020 CCBC Book Awards

  • Age: 3 to 100
  • Grade: p to 17
The Canadian Children’s Book Centre (CCBC) is delighted to announce the winners of its English‐language children’s book awards. Awarded tonight at a virtual event in Toronto hosted by CBC host Tony Kim, Julie Flett took home the title of most distinguished children’s book of the year and $50,000 — the largest cash prize in Canadian children’s literature — by winning the TD Canadian Children’s Literature Award. The winning title, Birdsong, is one of the first picture books published under Greystone’s new children’s imprint, Greystone Kids. The winning publisher receives $2,500 for promotional purposes, and an additional $10,000 is shared among the four remaining finalists for their contributions to Canadian children’s literature. The awards event was hosted through the Toronto International Festival of Authors (TIFA). Leading up to the awards ceremony, a series of three panels showcasing the awards took place as a part of TIFA. These videos will be available on Bibliovideo, the CCBC’s YouTube channel, permanently after the festival. On October 31 and November 1, each winner of the CCBC Book Awards will read from their winning book as a part of TIFA Kids! Register for these readings today and see the full schedule at our events page. This year marks the 15th anniversary of the Marilyn Baillie Picture Book Award, which went to Small in the City by Sydney Smith, published by Groundwood Books. The John Spray Mystery Award celebrates its 10-year anniversary and was awarded to The Starlight Claim by Tim Wynne-Jones, published by Candlewick Press. Tonight’s other winners include Serah-Marie McMahon, Alison Matthews David, Tina Athaide and Natasha Deen. - See more at:

RMB Indigenous Kids Books by Neepin Auger

  • Age: 0 to 5
  • Grade: p to k
We're thrilled to have new format softcover editions of Neepin Auger's bestselling board books coming for Fall 2020! These beautiful, bright, and colourful titles have sold very well in their original board book format and we're certain that these new softcover editions will open up a whole new market for parents, grandparents, educators, and librarians who are looking for charming and easily accessible resources for teaching young kids words in English, French, and Cree. In addition to the English words presented, the French and Cree equivalents are also given, along with pronunciation support, making these some of the most dynamic and useful picture books on the market, perfectly suitable for the classroom, library, playroom, and as gifts. If you're looking for a lovely example of how these books sound in Cree, please check out this video:

Forest of Reading 2020

  • Age: 3 to 100
  • Grade: p to 17
Congratulations to all the nominees for this program, administered by the Ontario Library Association.

2019 CCBC Book Awards Finalists

  • Age: 4 to 100
  • Grade: p to 17
The Canadian Children’s Book Centre (CCBC) is thrilled to announce the finalists for the following eight major awards celebrating Canadian books for young people.

School Days Books

  • Age: 1 to 100
  • Grade: p to 4
Books to settle kids into their school routines

What I Read on My Summer Vacation (Andrew Larsen).

**Updated with Andrew's two latest titles! "As a stay at home dad, it’s never easy to carve out time to write. Summer presents a whole new set of challenges. This past summer I was able to do some writing in the very early morning, before the rest of the house was awake. On the whole, however, my kids’ summer vacation meant that I had to take a vacation from writing. So, instead, I read. What a treat! I so seldom get a chance to read. And with the beginning of the new school year I resolve to read even more. Meanwhile, here are some of my recently read favourites." **Andrew Larsen is the author of The Imaginary Garden. His latest offering is his first chapter book, The Luck of Jude. Andrew is a stay at home dad who works when his kids are at school. He is thrilled to be back at work, writing a story about a summer vacation.**