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It's summer now, and Little Hare is eager to learn more about nature. In the first book, Wilson, Do You See It?, Little Hare asked his good friend Wilson to help him identify the animals he saw in winter that lived in their big backyard in the country. This time, he's describing the animal sounds he's hearing around him. Wilson makes the guessing game a little harder by giving Little Hare rhyming word clues. The Wilson books provide an enjoyable challenge to young children as they use the cluest
The Windplane Man is a quaint and gentle story, written in the style of an Old English classic. The author wrote this story back in the early 1950s when she taught primary school in England, and she continued sharing the story with her students after moving to Manitoba. Tireless, the little Windplane Man, yearns to come off his pole and fly to faraway places, just like his friends the swallows. With the help of a young boy named John, he finds the courage to make his wish come true. Together the
People go to work every day throughout Canada. Whether you live in a small town or a big city, on a farm or in the suburbs, there are all kinds of jobs you can do. Working in Canadian Communities will tell you more about the people who live and work in different parts of Canada and the types of jobs you can find there.
The World Around Us series introduces children to complex cultural and social issues in a straightforward and accessible way. These illustrated nonfiction picture books tackle global concerns and initiate conversations about subjects that are difficult, sad or overwhelming with school-aged children who are just beginning to observe the world around them.
Mel is tormented by thoughts that she may be responsible for her best friend's suicide attempt.
In this funny celebration of literacy, kids of all ages will discover that the act of reading is a daring adventure that can take you well beyond the classroom door. Presented in light-hearted, rib-tickling verse that's perfect for reading aloud, You Can Read sings it loud and proud: Books are awesome. And so are the people who read them.
Three Winnipeg teens deal with pregnancy, cultural differences and the fallout of bad decisions. Faye is the "good" adopted Chinese daughter. Bev is the wild child. Mannie is the unambitious stoner. What brings them together and tears them apart, is a need to move beyond the clichés and commit to something-anything-that will bring meaning and joy to their lives. When Faye's long-lost childhood neighbour, Bev, turns up out of the blue, wanting something from her old friend, Faye goes along with B