Juvenile Fiction, Concepts, Seasons
Princesses Don't Wear THAT!
by Cat White
Princess Nora loves to wear beautiful dresses and dislikes wearing anything else, no matter the weather! Through autumn, winter, spring, and summer, Nora’s mom shows her that princesses have more fun when they wear the right clothes for the right ...
Good Night, Good Night, Victoria Beach
by Rae St. Clair Bridgman
If a jackrabbit were to visit you at bedtime, would you follow it? Good Night, Good Night, Victoria Beach is inspired by a certain half-white, half-brown jackrabbit seen at dusk at Victoria Beach, Manitoba after a first snowfall. This abcedary ...
The Adventures of Landon and Lucy
by Colleen Anne Fauser
Landon and Lucy, they are the best of friends . . . and no matter the season, there are adventures to be had! In these four rhyming stories, follow Landon and Lucy’s escapades through Winter Frolics, Spring Frenzies, Summer Frazzles, and Fall ...
Follow the Red Wagon
by Margot Edge
The setting is a small community with close proximity to beaches and small family run shops. The red wagon is a central figure in the family and taken many places and known to the neighbourhood. The inspiration for the book came from a sighting I ...
I Saw Love Dancing
by Katrina Plamondon
I Saw Love Dancing is about experiencing love in everyday moments, borne from a journey of growth and healing. The illustrations depict moments between a mother and child, set among British Columbia's beautiful lakes and valleys. Big ideas are ...
An Earth Child's Book of the Year
by Marian Louise Camden
About the Book: An Earth Child’s Book of the Year is a delicately beautiful evocation of the seasonal round. Marian Louise Camden’s lyrical prose and the detailed pictures by Diane Beem Wright combine to transport young children to a wondrous land. ...