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Sweetest Kulu is a Top Summer Read for the TD Summer Reading Club

The TD Summer Reading Club, a book club for kids at libraries all across Canada, kicked off this month and Sweetest Kulu is one of their Top Summer Reads! Check out what young readers are saying about Sweetest Kulu here. For more information about the TD Summer ...

Winnipeg Free Press Recommends Leah’s Mustache Party

Check out this review of Leah’s Mustache Party by Nadia Mike, illustrated by Charlene Chua, from Winnipeg Free Press! “Youngest readers who are tired of dressing up as princesses will enjoy Leah’s Mustache Party.” Full recommendation here. ...

CanLit for LittleCanadians Reviews How Things Came to Be

CanLit for LittleCanadians posted a lovely review of How Things Came to Be: Inuit Stories of Creation. Blogger Helen says, “How Things Came To Be is a complete package of story-telling and art for giving voice to classic Inuit creation stories and meaningful discussions of ...

Canadian Review of Materials Recommends Wild Eggs

Check out this great review of Wild Eggs: A Tale of Arctic Egg Collecting from Canadian Review of Materials! “[Jonathan Wright’s] soft and whimsical illustrations immerse young readers in the sights, sounds and smells of Akuluk’s surroundings. Wild Eggs is the perfect book to begin a child’s lifelong ...

Those That Cause Fear Reviewed on CanLit for LittleCanadians

Those That Cause Fear was reviewed on CanLit for LittleCanadians! “If the book conjures terror and dread, as the stories were intended to warn of dangers, then Those That Cause Fear has accomplished its purpose.…[The book] is brash and stark and mandates caution, an ...

Way Back Then named one of the year’s best picture books

Way Back Then, written by Neil Christopher and illustrated by Germaine Arnaktauyok, has been named one of the best international picture books of 2015, as selected by Kirkus Reviews! In their review of the book, Kirkus said: “…these snippets together create a storyscape that, ...

My Name Is Arnaktauyok reviewed on BookDragon

Check out this great review of My Name Is Arnaktauyok from the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center’s BookDragon blog! “[Germaine Arnaktauyok’s] life journey from her mother’s first daughter to world-famous artist is detailed here through her own reminiscences and her spectacular art…the dazzling volume – size, ...

Canadian Review of Materials highly recommends Lesson for the Wolf

Canadian Review of Materials gives Lesson for the Wolf four out of four stars! Reviewer Myra Junyk says: “Lesson for the Wolf could definitely be used as a read-aloud while more independent readers could read the book on their own. Discussion topics could include: individuality, wolves, ...