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  • Daniel: The Age of Discovery

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    Daniel French is the twelve-year old son of one of the world’s wealthiest men. Daniel may be rich in resources, but he is definitely poor in emotional ties with people and practically bankrupt in social skills. Ignored by his parents and mistreated ...


  • Leaving Aleppo

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    Aleppo is one of the oldest cities in the world, and before the war it was full of life and colour. Leaving Aleppo was written as an effort to bring about awareness and contribute to international efforts that aid Syrian children and their ...


  • The Railroad Adventures of Chen Sing

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    Experience the action packed adventures of Chen Sing, a teenage boy from China, who ventures far across the world to help build the transcontinental railway through the rugged Rocky Mountains. Natural disasters, wild animals and unforeseen events ...


  • Malo's Amazing Adventures!

    Excitement Along The River by

    In this first episode of Malo’s Amazing Adventures!, our global explorer visits the village of Apondo, Kenya where his father was born and grew up as a little boy. During the visit, Malo strikes an immediate friendship with his cousins Omondi and ...


  • Yellowbird

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    During a very special summer, Michael learns that the cabin and the lake he has known and loved throughout his childhood is a special and mysterious place that belongs to many. As he sets out one morning to catch a fish, he meets Leland Yellowbird, ...


  • Quarantine: Keep Out!

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    It is 1919. A terrible influenza epidemic has made people around the world very sick. Many did not recover. Leah, Joseph and Jacob’s mother has a bad case of “the flu.” The doctor took her away from their prairie homestead farm and placed her in ...


  • Falling

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    A worthy follow-up to her 2015 debut, Falling whisks us back to the summer of 1813 and the brief American occupation of Queenston where it explores the events leading up to Laura Secord’s historic walk of June 21. In this prequel to The Tree of ...


  • The Storks Came Back

    A boy grows up in Denmark under Nazi occupation by

    In April 1940 when his country, Denmark, is invaded and occupied by Nazi Germany, seven year old Morten has no idea how his life and that of his family and all other people in Denmark is about to change. School is interrupted. Danish Resistance ...


  • Fishing for Friends

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    We are Canadian citizens and in Canada we show peace. For Canada’s 150th anniversary we created a book with our teacher about Canadian citizenship and reconciliation that featured our art work. Lucas and Peter go to school. At school Peter gets ...


  • When Dinosaurs go Dancing

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    When Dinosaurs go Dancing has everything to delight three to eight year old palaeontologists-from fossils to foxtrot. Where else can you tango with triceratops, minuet with pachycephalosaurus, and then bow to apatosaurus before tap dancing across ...