All children need to read characters they can relate to, and that reflect a variety of perspectives and experiences.
When school lets out for the summer, Mayann eagerly prepares for her family’s trip to New York City.
This is a lively, funny series with a lovable heroine who keeps getting herself into impossibly wacky predicaments.
“It used to be that even though the larger publishing companies employed a lot of women, the top tier jobs were typically filled by men but I think this is changing industry-wide.”
Children’s author Diane Carmel Léger brings Acadian history and culture to life for young readers.
Sharing Atlantic Canadian history with young readers is a great idea year-round, but even more so today on Family Literacy Day. These books provide engaging glimpses into our storied past. There is everything from folktales and rhymes to stories of survival, triumph and new beginnings. Here are some recent books that highlight Atlantic Canadian history: A lilting Celtic folktale: Wow Wow and Haw Haw by George Murray, illustrated by Michael Pittman Inside an immigration landmark: Pier 21: Stories from near and far by Anne Renaud A kids-eye-view of an historic…
At home with photographer Nancy Rose and her furry subjects