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- Author:Bergman, S. BearSummary:
As Lobo and his dog, Bernabe, make deliveries, he stops to visit his friends who sell candy, comic books, puppets, and more. There are so many things to do and see! Join Little Lobo and Berabe for a visit to a bustling border-town market and learn some Spanish along the way!
- Author:Murguia, Bethanie DeeneySummary:
As their mother counts down the time, Zoe and her sister Addie hurry to complete their game of chase in an imaginary jungle.
- Author:Donaldson, JuliaSummary:
Zébulon le dragon, Perle la princesse et Tagada le Grand volent à la rescousse des malades et des blessés. Une princesse médecin ? Le roi ne l'entend pas de cette oreille, mais Perle est bien décidée à mener la vie qu'elle a choisie.
- Author:Light, SteveSummary:
A little girl who loves planes is sent to her bedroom for doing a loop-de-loop off the couch and finds a secret door leading to a room with real flying machines, seting her off on an adventure.
- Author:Jones, JudithSummary:
Experience what it was like to grow up in a different time and country. In this book, Judith tells her grandchildren the tale of her youth in Botswana, and shares how education and entertainment were different then.
- Author:Watt, MélanieSummary:
You, the reader, are on the spot. You're late! At first, this little bunny is deliriously excited by your arrival, but now that you're finally here, he wants to know: where were you? He's been waiting long enough to learn an accordion solo, among other time-consuming pursuits. After he's shown you how it feels to be kept waiting and just when he's finally satisfied that you're a good steady page-turner who's here to stay, something happens to turn the tables.
- Author:Gray Smith, MoniqueSummary:
An evocative picture book intended to foster reconciliation among children and encourage them to show each other love and support. This edition combines both written and spoken words.
- Author:Hartt-Snowbell, SarahSummary:
Annie can't believe her eyes! The "Santa" in the mall looks so much like her grandfather's friend, Simon. A Jewish Santa? Annie lines up to get a closer look and ends up "placing an order." Simon Greenbaum, flat broke, has taken the job at the Winter Castle to earn a few dollars between jobs. And after all, with his long white beard, he looks just like Santa already. "Don't breathe a word to your Zaideh that you saw me here," he says. "If you don't tell him that I'm a Santa Claus, I won't tell him what you asked for. It's a deal?" When Annie's parents find out, however, that she has placed an order with Santa for a Christmas tree, they are disappointed and tell her that she must learn to be her own person and stand up for her beliefs in order to earn the respect of others. Meanwhile, Annie wants to help Mr. Greenbaum and comes up with a plan. But to carry out her plan, she must reveal his secret. What will she do?
- Author:Rosenthal, Amy KrouseSummary:
A twist on the traditional rebus, combining letters with numbers to create the sounds of words and simple sentences. Inspired by William Steig's classic "C D B!"
- Author:Syliboy, AlanSummary:
From the bestselling creator of The Thundermaker comes another adventure featuring Little Thunder and Wolverine—a trickster, who is strong and fierce and loyal. The two are best of friends, even though Wolverine can sometimes get them into trouble. Their favourite pastime is eel fishing, whether it’s cutting through winter ice with a stone axe or catching eels in traditional stone weirs in the summer. But that all changes one night, when they encounter the giant river eel—the eel that is too big to catch. The eel that hunts people! At once a universal story of friendship and problem-solving, Wolverine and Little Thunder is a contemporary invocation of traditional Mi’kmaw knowledge, reinforcing the importance of the relationship between the Mi’kmaq and eel, a dependable year-round food source traditionally offered to Glooscap, the Creator, for a successful hunt.
- Author:James, Helen FosterSummary:
Every grandma knows that her love for her grandchildren can span great distances! So when Grandma heads out on an adventure of her own, she stays in touch with her grandchild through a series of sweet letters and memories. Grandchild follows Grandma through her notes until Grandma finally returns home—and opens up Camp Grandma for a visit full of fun, grandma snuggles, and games. This tender story from the author and illustrator team behind Grandma Loves You! proves that a grandma's love knows no bounds.
- Author:Arbona, MarionSummary:
A wild, one-of-a-kind wordless picture book. A young girl is walking home from school in a big city. As she gazes up at window after window in the buildings on her route, she imagines the most fantastical goings-on behind them, which readers can see for themselves by opening the gatefold. An indoor jungle. A whale in a bathtub. Vampires playing badminton. Her imagination knows no bounds. Until, behind the last window, she is back in her own room, surrounded by some strangely familiar-looking toys. Kids will open their imaginations wide for the extraordinary happenings behind these windows!
- Author:Van Wart, DianeSummary:
Little Hare is young, and it is his first winter. He wants to learn about the things he sees in the yard, so he asks his friend, Wilson for help in identifying them.
- Author:Reeder, MarilouSummary:
Willow the Armadillo loves picture books. More than anything, she wants to be the hero in a picture book of her very own. She knows that achieving her dream will take a lot of work, so she studies hard at Picture Book Academy and signs up for many auditions. But she just can't seem to land a leading role! After one last heartbreaking rejection, she heads to the library for some peace and quiet, and instead finds...chaos! And that's when Willow discovers something even better than being a hero in a book.
- Author:Flett, JulieSummary:
Clarence and his grandmother pick wild blueberries and meet ant, spider, and fox in a beautiful woodland landscape. Many key words are provided in n-dialect, or Swampy Cree, from the Cumberland House area. Includes pronunciation guide and recipe for wild blueberry jam.
- Author:Cowley, Joy.Summary:
Ginger Paws has a new bike with no training wheels. He has trouble riding until Daddy Paws comes to help.
- Author:Roberts, Dr. Jillian, Revell, CindySummary:
Separation and divorce are difficult on the entire family. Often young children blame themselves or are unsure of their place in the family if these events occur. Child psychologist Dr. Jillian Roberts designed the Just Enough series to empower parents/caregivers to start conversations with young ones about difficult or challenging subject matter. Why Do Families Change? is part of the Just Enough series. Other topics in the series include birth, death and diversity. For more information, visit www.justenoughseries.com.
- Author:Desforges, JaclynSummary:
Into a world where it often seems nobody is listening comes a poignant story that celebrates the power of silence. "Why are you so quiet?" Her teacher implores it, her classmates shout it, even her mom wonders it. Everyone, it seems, is concerned for Myra Louise. So, in search of an answer to the tiresome question nobody will stop asking, she invents a listening machine. If the raindrops, or the crickets, or the dryers at the laundromat can tell her why they're so quiet, maybe Myra Louise can finally make everybody understand. But the more she listens, the less interested she becomes in finding any answer at all. Because Myra Louise comes to realize that all she really needs is someone else to listen alongside her. With gorgeous illustrations from Risa Hugo, Jaclyn Desforges's first picture book champions introversion and the value of being a listener, a thinker, and an observer in our increasingly loud world.
- Author:Michalow, ErnaSummary:
The author weaves the story's other main characters - the sun, rocks, earth, water, air, fire, animals and people - into scenic treed landscapes and brings them all to life through the use of lyrical prose. Each character in turn claims ownership of the trees, but the trees have the final say. Scientific details in both the text and illustrations depict the natural beauty of our world.