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  • Tomatoes and Potatoes

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    Peter is a farmer who grows tomatoes. Paul is a farmer who grows potatoes. Peter and Paul work hard and trade with their neighbours for what they need. Life is good. When Jethro comes, he asks them to grow more and more tomatoes and potatoes. ...


  • Am I Really Inuk?

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    When his daughter questions her Inuit identity, Ataata offers honest and loving affirmations of belonging and acceptance. This heartfelt story addresses themes of identity and ongoing impacts of colonization while cultivating Inuit pride in a manner ...


  • Spirits of the Northern Lights

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    “You have a long way to go before you are wise like the old people,” Grandma Grace tells ten-year-old Cora when she leaves her hard-working single mother and spends summers with her grandparents. Each summer, Grandma Grace and Grandpa William teach ...


  • Kerri Berry Lynn

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    Kerri Berry Lynn is a little Cree girl from Misipawistik and she has always wanted a big family. Her dog-obsessed Chapan gives her 7 dogs named Peyak, Nîso, Nisto, Nêwo, Niyanan, Nikotwâsik, and Têpakohp. When a mean dog threatens her, Kerri Berry ...


  • Come On We Goes

    Around the What? and The Great Foggy Day by

    Around the What? and The Great Foggy Day are the first two of Karen Silver's stories set in and revolving around Newfoundland and Labrador's culture, history, weather, language, and geography. This set of stories and those that will follow aim to ...


  • Sammy Swan’s Summer Adventure In Stratford

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    An engaging story of a young swan named Sammy, growing up and exploring the wonderful City of Stratford, Ontario, Canada. Sammy enjoys wandering and experiencing the sights and sounds of Summer in a beautiful city and countryside. He then shares his ...


  • Born in Polar's Den

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    On the cusp of adulthood, Meeka is about to confront a clash of lifestyles and cultures as she leaves her community in Canada’s Far North and begins her education in the South. Being a teenager in Nunavut comes with its own challenges, but as a ...


  • 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 ...


  • Dawn Over the Moon

    The Invention of the Flying Car by

    When Tamara and her kids Sami and Sama move to Canada, they don’t just find a new home – they find the future! In their adopted city of Eden, anything is possible, including flying cars. Soon the three are off on a round-the-world adventure in ...


  • The Tree of Life

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    Charlotte lives with her grandfather in a house with a secret: The Tower Room. It is the one room in which she’s been forbidden to snoop. Charlotte, however, is eleven years old and has a mind of her own, and when she and her friend Henry hide ...