The Four Seasons of the Pipa is a musical picture book that describes the bond between a little girl and her grandfather.
The Prisoner and the Writer shares the lives of two different men caught in the middle of very different sides of the same (true) story.
After reading this book, young and old readers alike are sure to gain an even greater appreciation for clouds.
Pebbles to the Sea takes us on a poetic voyage to a small corner of this archipelago found in the heart of the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
We Would Pretend is a story that evokes nostalgia for the old-fashioned fun characteristic of days gone by.
For kids who enjoy an early-morning read, Days Like This – a meditative picture book in verse by Oriane Smith – would be a good choice.
In Ferdinand Cheval: The Postman Who Delivered a Palace, Anne Renaud offers a historical portrait.
Rosalie is a little girl trying to navigate a relationship with her divorced parents who argue, as the title suggests, Like Cats and Dogs.
Book-loving Julia and her woodland friends are back in A Starlit Trip to the Library, which reassembles a cast of cheeky animal characters.
Forever Truffle brings the rock-loving, heart-on-his-sleeve Truffle into full colour.
This season’s roundup offers a variety of young reader options that reawaken the explorer in all of us.
A family's exile to a Soviet gulag is recounted in this tough but compelling YA novel.