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Joey Moss first became known to many Canadians because of his work with the NHL Edmonton Oilers hockey team. Joey loved connecting with people. His impact and influence started long before he joined the Oilers. Joey was born with Down syndrome at a time when many children like him were institutionalized. Instead, Joey lived at home, surrounded by his supportive family who was determined that he should receive the same opportunities as others. From this loving environment grew a caring, energetic
Bounced between foster homes since the age of seven, Jessica knows better than to set down roots. Most of the kids at her new Michigan high school think she’s a witch anyway (because, you know, goth). The only one who gives her the time of day is geeky Oscar, who wants to recruit her fashion skills for his amateur cosplay group. But Jess is fine showing off her looks to her Insta fans-until a woman claiming to be her biological mother barges into her DMs.
It?s Chinese New Year and Grandma has a special present for her family: a rooster to make into delicious soup! But when her granddaughter, Xiaoyue, meets the rooster, she begs to keep him as a pet. Together, Grandma and Xiaoyue take the rooster on a journey through the city to ring in the New Year.
Tap, tap, tap. Drip, drip, drip."What's that sound, Grandpa?""It's the sap running from the maples." Here is the gentle story of a granddaughter discovering one of the great joys of her grandfather's youth, spring in the north woods when the maple trees are bursting with sap. Together, grandfather and granddaughter make their way out into the chilly pre-dawn woods to find and tap maple trees, hang buckets, and collect sap. And then patiently (or not!), they wait for the sap to boil into syrup
A Chinese boy shares sweet memories of growing up with his grandfather in a small mountain village-including caring for the farm animals and protecting them from a hungry wolf. To this day, the boy carries with him not only these memories, but the habits his grandfather instilled in him for a happy life.
See classic stories in a bold new light with Graphic Mythology. Each title in this series includes two myths or legends for an illustrated double feature full of adventure and intrigue. Drawing from storytelling traditions across the world, and with compelling themes such as heroic feats, sibling rivalries, underdogs, and underworlds, these graphic novels have fables that inspireÑand invite young readers to thrill along.
Emma, Lily, and Fadila want to save the planet . . . but no one around them seems to care. Frustrated, they name themselves the Green Girls, take to social media, and launch a series of bold protests. Alongside their classmate and aspiring Green Girl Silas, the crew risks getting in trouble (and stirs some up) to raise awareness about container ship pollution, palm oil overproduction, and more environmental hazards. With a mix of livestreams, spray paint, and bungee cords, they're out to make a
An exuberant child celebrates being one year older, calling out body parts from head to toe that have grown since their last birthday.When you're young, every inch grown feels like a huge achievement. You're not just one year older, you're one year bigger, too. Spirited rhyming text and active illustrations highlight body parts and share the joy of celebrating a birthday.
No one in the city can spot the dinosaur, not even this expert hide-and-seek team. But delighted readers will be pointing ""There it is!"" from the first page. This absurd, laugh-out-loud story is a long-awaited and buoyant follow-up to the international bestseller Have You Seen Elephant?, richly illustrated with David Barrow's trademark beautiful use of light and colour.
Discover your inner-roar with Ida, and your inner kindness with Hedge Lion! Ida sees Hedge Lion every day on her walk around town. Hedge Lion wants everyone to think he’s a hedge. Nobody’s scared of hedges. But Ida is brave, she notices things that other people don’t, and she’s not fooled. She knows Hedge Lion is a lion, she just needs to help him find his roar. Along the way, Ida learns to be patient and kind, and Hedge Lion learns to be brave and confident.