Some book recommendations for Family Day reading! #FamilyDayReadingTime
Light In The Darkness: Books Celebrating Winter Holidays
Celebrate the joy, wonder and light of the season with these heartwarming picture books for children.
Animals In War
Help children understand the importance of Remembrance Day with some heart-warming stories of animals during wartime, including the true story of the world's most famous bear, Winnie-The-Pooh.
Rad Dads In Children’s Lit
Some fresh, new, stereotype-busing books that feature competent, caring and diverse dads!
A MOMent for Mothers
Are you looking for some children's books that show the depth, breadth and diversity of motherhood? Check these books out!
Spooktacular Books For All Ages
Some 'spooktacular' kids and YA stories for Halloween!
Lisa’s Book List #2: Books To Build STEM Skills
“Your brilliant first flop was a raging success! Come on, let's get busy and on to the next!" She handed a notebook to Rosie Revere, who smiled at her aunt as it all became clear. Life might have its failures, but this was not it. The only true failure can come if you quit.”~~ Andrea... Continue Reading →
A Feminist Cinderella
"You look like a real prince, but you are a bum." Elizabeth, in Robert Munsch's The Paperbag Princess I love children’s author Robert Munsch for many reasons. He is Canadian. He lives close to my hometown. He used to work at the university I attended many moons ago. But mostly, I love him because he... Continue Reading →
"Night cars humming through the snow Night cars drifting Night cars slow Night cars calling out your name Night cars hiding in your dreams ..." ~ Teddy Jam, Night Cars One of our favourite books to read to our restless oldest child when he was a baby/toddler was Canadian Teddy Jam's Night Cars. It was... Continue Reading →