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Books for Big-Thinking Kids, Tweens, and Teens

  • Age: 0 to 18
  • Grade: p to 12
Kids, especially when they reach eight and older, can get pretty fascinated and all-consumed by certain topics—or bothered by social ills they see around them or that are affecting them. Here's a list that may have a book on it for a certain someone you know.

Animal and Nature Books for Kids

  • Age: 4 to 18
  • Grade: p to 7
Do you have a budding naturalist or zookeeper in your midst? This is the list for them.

Kids' Books From PEI and New Brunswick

  • Age: 4 to 13
  • Grade: p to 8
Gorgeous illustrations are the hallmark of many of these books.

Kids' Book Lit Wish List

  • Age: 2 to 18
  • Grade: p to 12
This list was started by Holly Kent from the Canadian Children's Book Centre, with other suggestions from members of our online community.

Great CDN Biographies for Kids

  • Age: 3 to 18
  • Grade: p to 12
Because young readers need to read about life stories too!

Holiday Survival List: Crafts and Ideas for Kids

  • Age: 4 to 18
  • Grade: p to 12
Parents need a few cards up their sleeves when it comes to holidays and kids, especially holidays and kids and cold, snowy days and nights. This list of Canadian craft and activity books will suit every age, kid, and passion. From Christmas crafts to stenciling, from birdfeeder-making to star gazing, and from science experiments to outdoor fun, this list might just ensure your holiday isn't an endurance test but rather an honest-to-goodness good time.

Kids' Food Books

  • Age: 4 to 18
  • Grade: p to 12
Books for kids about food and farming

School Days Books

  • Age: 0 to 18
  • Grade: p to 4
Books to settle kids into their school routines

Mondo Middle Grade

  • Age: 8 to 18
  • Grade: 3 to 9
Beautiful books on those prickly in-between years.

Literary Graphic Novels for Secondary School

  • Age: 0 to 18
  • Grade: p to 12
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.***