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Book of the month- January

Ruby’s Chinese New Year by Vickie-Lee

Presenting our book of the month for January, “Ruby’s Chinese New Year” by Vickie Lee. This book will help you celebrate the Chinese New Year with your little ones, coming up on February 1st 2022.

Animals from the Chinese zodiac help Ruby deliver a gift to her grandmother. But who will help her to deliver it? Ruby realizes that nothing is more precious than family! Click on the photo to discover festive activities to compliment your reading!

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Holiday Reads 2021

Looking for something festive to read to the children in your life? Our librarian prepared a list with some great books that will put you in the holiday mood! Click on the image above to access the list!

Happy Reading!

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Book of the Month- December

Stella, Queen of the Snow by Marie-Louise Gay

Presenting our book for the month of December, Stella, Queen of the Snow by Marie-Louise Gay. A world-renowned author and illustrator of children’s books, her books have been translated into more than 15 languages and are loved by children all over the world. Marie-Louise lives in Montreal. Her book, Stella, Queen of Snow, is about a girl named Stella and her younger brother, Sam, exploring a familiar landscape transformed by heavy snowfall. It is Sam’s very first snowstorm, and he has lots of questions. Stella uses her creativity and ingenuity to answer all of them. Click on the photo for creative activities to complement your reading.

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Book of the month- November

A Poppy is to Remember by Heather Patterson

Presenting our book for the month for November, “A Poppy is to Remember” by Heather Patterson. A former elementary school teacher and children’s book editor, Heather is a fiercely proud Canadian. How did the bright red poppy that we all wear in November become Canada’s symbol of honoring those who fought for our freedom on Remembrance Day? This book tells our little ones all about it.

Click on the photo for creative activities to compliment your reading.

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International Day of the Girl Child

EMPOWERING BOOKS FOR GIRLS

To celebrate the International Day of the girl child, we are sharing some of our favorite books that focus on women, building self-esteem and strength to empower the girls in your life and inspire the boys too. Click on the photo for the list of empowering books for girls!

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Book of the Month- October

Sometime I Feel like a Fox by Danielle Daniel

Presenting our book for the month of October, Sometimes I Feel Like a Fox by Danielle Daniel, a Métis author and illustrator who introduces readers to the significance of totem animals, part of the dynamic and diverse Anishinaabe culture.

This title won the Marilyn Baillie Picture Book Award and was shortlisted for the First Nation Communities Read Award for aboriginal literature.

Click on the photo for creative activities to complement your reading.

 

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National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

September 30, 2021, is the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, honoring the lost Indigenous children and survivors of Canada’s residential school system and their families and communities. We believe books and stories are the best vehicles to initiate conversations around such topics with our children. Here we share a list of children’s books written by Indigenous authors.

#everychildmatters    #orangeshirtday

 

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Book of the month – September

We Share Everything by Robert Munsch

Presenting our book of the month for September, “We share everything” by our beloved children’s author Robert Munsch and illustrated by Michael Martchenko.

In this book, the children in a kindergarten class come along away from not sharing anything to sharing literally everything! If you are looking for ways to practice sharing with your children, this book and the suggested activities will be the help you need! To check it out, click on the photo.

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Read on this summer!

Read on this summer!

Get moving this summer with these exciting book suggestions. These interactive children’s books will have you jumping, bouncing, and dancing with your little ones. Wiggles and giggles for all ages to enjoy!

Have fun!

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