Juvenile Fiction, Business, Careers, Occupations
by Shirley Johnston
Peter’s family doesn’t have a lot of money, but that doesn’t stop him from helping others in need. When a new boy named Mark starts at Peter’s school and has no lunch to eat, Peter shares his two homemade slices of bread with him. Mark reveals his ...
Chippy's Family Helping Others
by Linda Stoner
Chippy is a young chipmunk who loves spending time with his family. His relatives have many different occupations and interests. Chippy enjoys seeing how they help others. It is amazing how they all got involved in so many ways, from teaching ...
Mikhel Learns Magic
by Nicole C. Coleman and Mikhel M. Coleman
Did you know you can be anything you want to be as long as you focus on it? It’s magic! Mikhel’s mom just taught him about this magic, and now he’s super excited to share it with his friends. When he gets to school, Mikhel tells his best friend ...
Princesses Can Be WHAT?
by Cat White
Is a princess more than just a girl in a fancy dress? Nora can’t wait to grow up and become a princess. She wants to dance to beautiful music, light up every room she enters, frolic with her animal friends, and protect her kingdom. One night at ...
Zochy's Adventures with Zinc Oxide
by Mohit K. Sharma
Zochy loves to explore and learn new things, and today she’s learning all about zinc oxide! Join her as she finds out how interesting and cool chemistry can be. Zinc oxide is everywhere, from the breakfast table to the farm, and Zochy can’t wait to ...
Bella Loves to Fly!
by Alessandro Bozzo
From her earliest memories, Bella has always loved to fly. She’s a helicopter on her mother’s legs, an eagle on her mother’s shoulders, and rides a rollercoaster—with her mother beside her. Every time Bella gets scared, she reaches out and knows her ...
Stella's Stories from Around the Globe
Stella and Lizzy take flight by Sheri Burke
Did you know…..? <7% of pilots in North America are female. That means that if we seated 100 pilots on a plane then only 6 would be female and the remaining 94 would be male. Some countries are starting to close this gap. India has the highest ...
Tad the Trucker
by Kelly Paulgaard
Tad the Trucker has an important job hauling equipment. On this journey he is travelling from Grenfell, Saskatchewan to Edmonton, Alberta. He packs a lunch for his long drive and gets in the driver's seat to start the engine. Along the way he sees ...
by Kailey Jones
Blanket Fort started many years ago as a poem Kailey wrote in her own blanket fort. Snuggled in beside her brother on a brisk Manitoba night, Kailey went to sleep dreaming of all she could be. Grandma Jones would go on to save that poem in her bible ...
I Am Ajooni
Yes, That's Me! by Tina Johal
At school, Ajooni’s teacher asks her what she wants to be when she grows up. Daydreaming, she imagines all the career options available to her…and the options are endless! She might want to be a firefighter, or a politician, or an architect ...