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A Red Bird Told Me Written and Illustrated by Joanna Malcolmsoftcover - 35 pagesThis is a delightful and inspiring book for kids and adults of any age! A must-have for every home.Using colourful birds, animals, plants and people, Gramma Ruby shares the life lessons she has learned from Red Bird to help others find the right path in life. Just...

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Classic Edition Author - Dennis LeeIllustrated by Frank NewfeldHardcover, 64 pagesHarper Collins, 2012Originally published in 1974, a true Canadian classic of childrens poems. "You can almost hear the skipping rope slapping the sidewalk,” wrote Margaret Laurence of Dennis Lee’s timeless poetry collection Alligator Pie. One of the first illustrated books published about Canadian children and featuring Canadian place names, Alligator...

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Author: Julie FlettHardcover, 48 pagesPublished 2019 by Greystone KidsBEST BOOK OF THE YEAR: PUBLISHERS WEEKLY, SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL, KIRKUS, HORN BOOK, QUILL & QUIRE, GLOBE AND MAILWINNER OF THE TD CANADIAN CHILDREN’S LITERATURE AWARDFINALIST FOR THE GOVERNOR GENERAL’S AWARDAN AMERICAN INDIAN YOUTH LITERATURE HONOR TITLEA BOSTON GLOBE––HORN BOOK HONOR BOOKWhen Katherena and her mother move to a small town, Katherena...

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Canadian Railroad Trilogy - Gordon LightfootAuthor - Gordon LightfootArt - Ian WallaceGroundwoodHardcoverISBN: 978-0-88899-953-5Ages 4 and upfull colour | 56 pages |9 ¼ x 12 ¼ inchesThis lavishly illustrated book brings Gordon Lightfoot´s heart-stirring song, Canadian Railroad Trilogy, to readers young and old. The song was commissioned by the CBC in 1967 to mark Canada´s centennial year and it has been...

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Author: Catherine WilsonIllustrated by: Ruth MacLeanAilsapress, 2021softcover, 95 pages A book for young adult readers and older; this is a magical story about Canadian artist Emily Carr, and is based both on fantasy and fact. It starts with her beloved trees. The trees call her “the little rebel” and predict that her desire to live in the human realm will...

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Author: Catherine WilsonIllustrated by: Ruth MacLeanAilsapress, 2018softcover, 48 pages Written from the dog's point of view, it tells of how Tom and Eulalie travelled together from Tom's studio in Toronto to the wild beauty of Algonquin Park in Northern Ontario. The young reader will see how Tom worked "catching the light" as Eulalie describes it, how the two of them...

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Author - Louis HermonIntroduction and notes by Michael GnarowskiTranslated by W.H. Blake176 pages, paperback novel (no images)Maria Chapdelaine, the quintessential novel of the rugged life of early French-Canadian colonists, is based on the author's experiences as a hired hand in the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean area. A young woman living with her family on the Quebec frontier, Maria endures the hardships of isolation...

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The Hockey SweaterAuthor - Roch CarrierIllustrations - Sheldon Cohen29 pagesTundra Books, 1985ISBN - 978-0887761744A Canadian classic childrens story. A must have in any childs book collection!

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BY ROCH CARRIERILLUSTRATED BY SHELDON COHENTRANSLATED BY SHEILA FISCHMAN In the days of Roch's childhood, winters in the village of Ste. Justine were long. Life centered around school, church, and the hockey rink, and every boy's hero was Montreal Canadiens hockey legend Maurice Richard. Everyone wore Richard's number 9. They laced their skates like Richard. They even wore their hair...