In Elise Gravel’s new book, a little monster tries in vain to fill their belly void with all manner of inedible items.
Grégoire Laforce's book follows protagonist Flo as she navigates the perpetual water cycle, asking: “Who am I, and where should I go?”
Jean E. Pendziwol's book is a perfect one for fall, as readers young and old settle into the quiet mood of winter and look forward to the thrill of skating.
Bïa, Erik West-Millette, and Olaf Gundel's book – by and for music lovers – sees a brood of young possums beg their grandparents to tell them a story.
Stéphanie Boyer's latest sees Momo the clown’s hair playing a game of intermediate Peekaboo with a cast of canines.
Lea Beddia's YA novel is quick and easy to read, but it may stay with you for a long time.
Marie-Louise Gay’s latest is a story about connection and belonging.
A wonderful introduction to social activism, the story shares a valuable lesson that every change starts with a belief.
A fantastical story follows the four furry pals on a voyage filled with amusing encounters and pleasant surprises.
Kat Yeh and Isabelle Arsenault's book encourages readers of all ages to work past negative emotions.
Tomson Highway's story stirs up emotions and moves the heart.
This illustrated adaptation-in-prose of an award-winning documentary film tells the stories of three child refugees.