The Way to School by Rosemary McCarney with Plan International - out September 1, 2015

The Way to School by Rosemary McCarney - Minimal text and stunning photographs from around the world describe the remarkable, and often dangerous, journeys children make every day on their way to and from school.

The Choice by Kathy Clark. A story of consequences, friendship, and a young man's search for identity - the latest book in the Holocaust Remembrance Series for Young Readers. | March 2015

The Choice by Kathy Clark. A story of consequences, friendship, and a young man's search for identity - the latest book in the Holocaust Remembrance Series for Young Readers.

Tilt Your Head, Rosie the Red by Rosemary McCarney, illustrated by Yvonne Cathcart. Meet Rosie the Red: a seven-year-old girl who's not afraid to stand up for what's right. | April 2015

Tilt Your Head, Rosie the Red --- Rosemary McCarney, Author Rosie is an optimistic, self-confident and strong role model for girls. She’s not afraid to stand up for what is right.

Witness: Passing the Torch of Holocaust Memory to New Generations by Eli Rubenstein with the March of the Living - out September 8, 2015

Witness: Passing the Torch of Holocaust Memory to New Generations by Eli Rubenstein with the March of the Living - out September 2015

Never Give Up by Kathryn Cole, illustrated by Qin Leng. Shaun is strong enough to know that even things that don't come easily can be mastered through determination and hard work. Learning to ride his two-wheeler with the help of his friend Nadia, he overcomes his fear and the teasing of the other children in the park and manages to impress friends and bullies alike. | April 2015

Never Give Up is about overcoming fear and teasing and manages to impress friends and bullies alike.

The Farmerettes by Gisela Tobien Sherman. A group of mismatched girls live and work together on a farm during the summer of 1943. Defying convention, they must take over the work for the men who’ve gone to fight. Friendship, romance, hardship, and heartbreak shape their summer, and no one will be left unchanged. | April 2015

The Farmerettes by Gisela Tobien Sherman. A group of mismatched girls live and work together on a farm during the summer of 1943. Defying convention, they must take over the work for the men who’ve gone to fight. Friendship, romance, hardship, and heartbreak shape their summer, and no one will be left unchanged. | April 2015

Being Me - A Rosie the Red Book by Rosemary McCarney, illus. by Yvonne Cathcart (April 2016)

Children's Book - "Being Me" – Rosie the Red discovers that she doesn’t have to wait until she’s a grown up to be able to make a difference for others. Written by Rosemary McCarney, Iillustrated by Yvonne Cathcart

Go Home Lake by Megs Beach - out September 1, 2015

Go Home Lake by Megs Beach - out September 2015

Susanna Moodie: Roughing It in the Bush - A Graphic Novel by Carol Shields and Patrick Crowe (April 2016)

Graphic Novel: Susanna Moodie: Roughing It in the Bush by Carol Shields

The Bad Mother by Marguerite Andersen, trans. by Donald Winkler (March 2016)

The Bad Mother by Marguerite Andersen, trans. by Donald Winkler (March

Fifteen Dollars and Thirty-five Cents by Kathryn Cole and illustrated by Qin Leng - out September 8, 2015

Fifteen Dollars and Thirty-five Cents by Kathryn Cole and illustrated by Qin Leng - out September 2015

Reptile Flu by Kathryn Cole, illustrated by Qin Leng. Kamal tries everything to avoid his school trip to the live reptile exhibit – everything except admitting that he is scared. His fear of being teased is almost as big as his fear of reptiles. Finally, in desperation, Kamal communicates his fears in a way everyone understands, and is able to get the confidence he needs to face his fears. | April 2015

The second in the "I'm a great little kid" series by Kathryn Cole, Reptile Flu lets children know that it is perfectly okay to be afraid of something.

Connecting Dots by Sharon Jennings - the latest Gutsy Girl book and the sequel to Home Free. For Cassandra, there's nothing romantic about being an orphan. Especially when it's not even true... But with friendship and the courage to continue her dream of acting, Cassandra might find a way to connect the dots in her life back together. | March 2015

BLURB: For Cassandra, there's nothing romantic about being an orphan. Especially when it's not even true. After years of bein.

Wisdom from our First Nations by Kim Sigafus and Lyle Ernst. The latest title in the First Nations Series for Young Readers. | March 2015

Wisdom from our First Nations by Kim Sigafus and Lyle Ernst. The latest title in the First Nations Series for Young Readers.

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