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Barabas is a lonely fisherman. Every morning, alone, he goes out to sea on his
It’s wintertime in Nova Scotia and two flying squirrels are busy exploring the woods around
It’s Halloween and Amayah doesn’t have a costume to wear to school. She dressed as
From celebrated children’s poet and author Sheree Fitch and early childhood educator and researcher Anne
Music is for Everyone is sure to get you excited about making music! Singer-songwriter Jill
Emma lives on the grey, cold, lonely side of a wall, where people speak in
From Atlantic puffin to zooplankton, with lots of wild Atlantic Canadiana in between–like lobster, brown
Seal went for a stroll… The icy puddles were too small for swimming The rocks
Spring. Beautiful blossoms. Chirping peepers. Trees swaying in their new greenery. Pussy willows glistening in
The snow knows where the rabbit goes. It knows the hush­shush of the owl’s wing.
The twenty-fifth-anniversary edition of Canada’s nonsense poet’s classic book, illustrated by Governor General’s Award-winning illustrator
Do dragonflies bite? What is the difference between a frog and a toad? Are leeches
Award-winning artist Richard Rudnicki uses vibrant imagery and accessible text to tell the true story
If I were a zombieI’d package my droolput it in a mason jarssell it at
A gentle, lyrical story about Molly, who, after moving far away, yearns to be back