Juvenile Fiction, Cooking & Food
by Mark Thunderchild
In Kohkum’s kitchen the family is large, the stove is warm, and the stew is oh so good. But just what makes this special stew so delicious? Is it Kohkum’s recipes and knowledge, or Mushum’s traditionally hunted moose meat? The grandchildren all ...
by Monique Holloway
It’s summer in Newfoundland, and Julia’s nana wants to make a blueberry grunt, so Julia and her poppy head out to pick wild blueberries. Julia is a bit confused. Do blueberries grunt? She remembers hearing a pig grunt at a farm, but a blueberry? Now ...
by JoAn Weissman
When Mammy sees that jam spots on the wall are attracting flies, she isn’t worried. She puts some honey on the doorstop to draw away the flies…but then her husband gets stuck in the honey! Oh no! What are Mammy and Pappy going to do? Help can come ...
Once Upon A Pizzeria
by Charly Chiarelli
This story, which is premised upon the story of the "Gingerbread Man", takes chase scenes to an original, profound big city dimension. Nonna Maria’s pizzas may be the best in town, but that doesn’t stop some of the kids at school from teasing ...
Valerie's Valentine Cookies
by Valerie Biden
In Valerie’s Valentine Cookies, author Valerie Biden brings readers an autobiographical story from her childhood. It’s rural Saskatchewan in February of 1964, and Valerie has volunteered to bring heart-shaped cookies for her class’s Valentine’s Day ...
The Lollipop in My Pocket
by Lavonne Drake
Why is it that young children lick railings and shopping cart handles, or devour the candy just discovered in the crack of the carseat? Children can be gross! It's a known fact that children are captivated by all things gross! Set in rhyme, The ...
The Snookie-Cookie Crew and The Cranberry Cookie Cruncher
by Andrew Snook
A mysterious creature is stealing all the cookies at the Snookie-Cookie Bakery. Join the Snookie-Cookie Crew as they collect clues and rely on their imaginations and problem solving skills to solve the mystery of the Cranberry Cookie Cruncher!
My Name Is Apple
by Jenelyn Q. Dawson
What if I told you that this book is designed not just for children but for parents too? What if I told you that treasures are hidden in this book? Can a fruit teach our children some valuable lessons? Children's book are always designed for kids ...
I Want Something Else
Little Brother is back…but this time Big Sister and Grandpa are in on the action! Every morning, Grandma and Grandpa count their blessings. Then, as paper carriers, they count papers. In this story, Little Brother is counting on Grandma caving in to ...
Nanima's and Nanabapa's Kitchen
by Fauzya Alarakhiya
An Ismaili children’s story that captures the traditional role of family, faith, food and fun. It’s the weekend, which means it’s time to visit Nanima and Nanabapa! Hooray! The children are always happy to visit their grandparents. There’s so much ...