Juvenile Nonfiction, Health & Daily Living
Special Adventures with My Little Brother
by Annie Beckett
Harrison and his little brother, Thomas, like to do lots of things together—especially things that go fast. They like to play robots; Thomas uses a stander. They like to ride go-carts. Vroom! Vroom! Time to catch the bad guys! They like to pretend ...
My First Filling
by Tamara Murphy
Have you ever been to the dentist before? Mom says I have, but I was so little that I don’t remember. Now, I’m nervous for what to expect! Even though I’m a little scared, I know the sugar bugs in my teeth need to be washed away, and Mom says I ...
Little Yogis, Big Feelings
by Janessa Gazmen
The modern world is full of challenges. But with yoga, mindfulness, and emotional intelligence, kids can access the tools they need to become resilient, happy, and self-aware. Little Yogis, Big Feelings teaches emotional awareness for kids. ...
Let's Run-Allons Courir
Moving is part of our DNA / Nous sommes fait pour bouger by Matthieu Dubreucq
Ready, set . . . Go! It’s time to learn about the benefits of a life on the move! Humans are uniquely suited to running long distances. Running helped the first humans hunt, and it helps present-day humans stay healthy and have fun! In Let’s Run, ...
Why a Vaccine, Dad?
by John Chaput and Leanne Chaput
Timmy’s heard an awful lot about COVID-19 lately. What it is, what we’re allowed to do . . . so many changes! And Timmy has learned a lot throughout the pandemic, but there is one thing he doesn’t quite understand. What is a vaccine? How does it ...
Will You Remember?
by Chanda Minor Brigance
Chan’s grandmother has Alzheimer’s disease. This means she easily becomes confused and forgetful. But Chan won’t let this bring her down. She remembers all the good times she’s had with her grandmother. Chan lets these memories guide her as she ...
The Planets and Me
Astrology for the Wild Child by Lady Samantha
The Sun is the centre of who we are. It is the "I am" in each one of us. The Moon nurtures us at night. It represents how we feel and how we care. Mercury is our voice and how we learn and Venus is our style of expression and how we love. Through ...
When Being Me Doesn't Feel Like Enough
A Girl's Handbook for Life (Ages 8-16) by Kiki Rozema
Our society is fraught with situations and challenges that make us feel like we don't measure up. But girls are powerful, just because they are them. We face so much judgment from society, and from both the pressures and expectations that have ...
I Am Remarkable
A Journey of Self-Discovery by Ruth Nielson
Do you know that you are dazzling, courageous, and extraordinary? You are! And do you know you can be a boat, a mountain, and an eagle? You can! By practicing the yoga poses in this book and using your imagination, you will learn how amazing ...
All About the Intensive Care Unit
How to Prepare Kids for an ICU Visit by Alexandria Friesen and Morgan Livingstone
It is normal to feel worried or afraid if you know someone who is in the intensive care unit (ICU). This book will help prepare children and youth for what to expect if they have a family member or loved one in the ICU. Simple language and medically ...