Did you know October is Canadian Library Month? To access the list of our librarian’s favorite books click on the photo.
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!
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.
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.
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.