Willa and Wade and the Way-Up-There
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3M ago
Judith Henderson makes sure that readers are laughing and smiling along with the adorable pair of pals in this story as they reach for the sky ..read more
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My Dog and I
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3M ago
Luca Tortolini's book, My Dog and I, is a lighthearted and quirky story about friendships that are one of a kind ..read more
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Where did Momo’s Hair Go?
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8M ago
Stéphanie Boyer's latest sees Momo the clown’s hair playing a game of intermediate Peekaboo with a cast of canines ..read more
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Grand Chief Salamoo Cook Is Coming to Town!
Montreal Review of Books » Young Readers
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1y ago
Tomson Highway's story stirs up emotions and moves the heart ..read more
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Just One Little Light
Montreal Review of Books » Young Readers
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1y ago
Kat Yeh and Isabelle Arsenault's book encourages readers of all ages to work past negative emotions ..read more
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A Feast Beneath the Moon
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1y ago
A fantastical story follows the four furry pals on a voyage filled with amusing encounters and pleasant surprises ..read more
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Bicycle Bob and the Bike Revolution
Montreal Review of Books » Young Readers
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1y ago
A wonderful introduction to social activism, the story shares a valuable lesson that every change starts with a belief ..read more
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I Love My City
Montreal Review of Books » Young Readers
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1y ago
If you’ve ever wondered how city water is filtered or how cities are governed, this book will give you the facts ..read more
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Sometimes I Feel Like a River
Montreal Review of Books » Young Readers
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1y ago
Author Danielle Daniel taps into children’s natural abilities to make creative connections between their inner worlds and what they observe around them ..read more
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Who Owns the Clouds?
Montreal Review of Books » Young Readers
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1y ago
Who Owns the Clouds? is a trauma narrative, a complex coming-of-age story, and testimony to the lasting human cost of armed conflict and forced displacement ..read more
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