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Canadian Titles (205 series)

Graines de savoir: les métiers au service des autres  

Bonjour, Messieurs et Mesdames les dentistes! Bonjour, Messieurs et Mesdames les enseignants! La collection Graines de savoir offre à nos plus jeunes lecteurs une parfaite introduction aux aides communautaires bien utiles. Écrite d'un ton sympathique et jovial, illustrée de nombreuses photos, cette collection adaptée aux plus jeunes nous explique comment ces métiers sont utiles à toute la communauté. Cette collection documentaire sème les premières graines de savoir!

Graines de savoir: Les planètes  

Bonjour, Jupiter et Neptune! Bonjour, Mercure et Vénus! La collection Graines de savoir offre à nos plus jeunes lecteurs une parfaite introduction aux huit planètes de notre système solaire. Écrite d'un ton sympathique et jovial, illustrée de nombreuses photos, cette collection adaptée aux plus jeunes constitue un premier contact avec les noms et les caractéristiques des planètes, ainsi qu'avec leur position par rapport au Soleil. Chaque ouvrage s'achève sur une photo accompagnée de mots-clés qu

Great Canadian Road Trip, The  

Get ready to explore Canada like never before-from coast to coast to coast. This highly visual series takes readers on a road trip across the Canadian provinces and territories. Visit major cities, and head off the beaten path to explore the people, environment, foods, cultures, and history of each region. Detours add fun trivia and jokes to the road trip, while maps show the route travelled.

Gypsy's Fortune  

An out-of-work palm-reading, crystal-gazing, fortune-telling cat finds a way to bring business back to a Chinese restaurant, and her own luck changes too. The rhyming text and watercolour illustrations enhance this story of how fortune cookies and their hidden sayings may have come to be invented. For added interest, fortune cookie sayings are sprinkled throughout the story e.g. Patience û in time the grass becomes milk.

Harry's Hiccups  

Poor Harry can't get rid of his hiccups in this charming picture book written by Jean Little.

Hi! I'm the New Baby  

Award-winning author Tina Powell gets her inspiration from everyday life. When Tina's son held his new baby sister for the first time, he immediately wanted to know if she could talk. That gave Tina an idea. Who better to teach an older sibling what a baby can and cannot do than the baby itself? In this heartwarming, interactive book, a new baby tells its older sibling all the things it can and cannot do, while posing questions to the older child.Hi! I'm the New Baby uses understanding, communic

Hit the Ground Running  

In this novel for teens, Dee and her younger brother, Eddie, make a run for the Canadian border when their father disappears and social workers start snooping around their Arizona home.

Hokey Dowa Gerda and the Snowflake Girl  

Faith and Dakota's ordinary lives become not-so-ordinary when strange goings-on begin taking place in their bedrooms at night. This brother and sister find fun ways to solve their problems and make friends, too. This is a great story in a unique voice that blends the spirit of Indigenous storytelling and culture with a playful take on parent-child relationships. It does so in an imaginative and delightful way, with all kinds of things for kids to explore and take from the illustrations. The play

How Far We Go and How Fast  

In this novel for teens, Jolene copes with her brother?s disappearance by playing his guitars and shutting herself away from the world.

I Know My Grandma Loves Me  

How do you know someone loves you? Dance, bake, frolic in the leaves and journey with one granddaughter as she discovers the many ways she can know her grandma's love.