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A book about a beaver, a moose and a bear (and a sneaky little bird!) going on an adventure up a mountain – what could be any more Canadian? Walk on the Wild Side is a journey through the forest, wading through streams, and falling off cliffs. It’s a relatively easy reading level and ifContinue reading “Walk on The Wild Side by Nicholas Oldland”
WHAT A BEAUTIFUL BOOK! I don’t know why I’ve never picked this one up before. It has outer space (love it). It has a cute pet in the illustrations (big fan of the picture where the dog has the sock in his mouth, by the way). And it’s a biography book! Tundra Books makes someContinue reading “The Darkest Dark by Chris Hadfield and Kate Fillion and Illustrated by The Fan Brothers”
I’ve seen some tweets and Instagram posts about how literature depicting BIPOC stories is always about the pain and the struggle, and that in order to truly be representing BIPOC stories and voices, we need to be championing and sharing the stories of joy, too. I’ve been thinking about this a lot when it comesContinue reading “When We Were Alone by David A. Robertson, Illustrated by Julie Flett”
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