A Whale's World

Photographs by: Ian McAllister

This nonfiction picture book is part of the My Great Bear Rainforest series. Stunning photographs follow a pod of orcas as they roam the waters of the Great Bear Sea, hunting for their next meal.

Better Together

Part of the nonfiction Orca Footprints series for middle readers, illustrated with many color photographs. Explore the different types of communities people create to meet their need for companionship.

Going Wild

Part of the nonfiction Orca Footprints series for middle readers, illustrated with many color photographs. Readers will find out what urban rewilding is and how it can make our lives (and our planet) safer and healthier.

A Fair Deal

Part of the nonfiction Orca Footprints series for middle-grade readers, this book looks at trade from the perspective of making it fair for all people.

Wolf Island

Photographs by: Ian McAllister

This nonfiction picture book is illustrated with stunning wildlife photographs and tells the story of a lone wolf who swims to an island in the Great Bear Rainforest.

Let's Eat

Part of the nonfiction Footprints series for middle readers. Illustrated with many color photographs, this book explores where the food we eat comes from and what the future of farming looks like.

Pocket Change

Part of the nonfiction Orca Footprints series for middle readers, with color photographs throughout. Readers will learn how purchases affect the environment and what the world would look like if we bought less stuff.

Deep Roots

In this work of nonfiction, the role of trees in maintaining a vibrant ecosystem, as well as providing food, fuel and shelter, is depicted through photographs, personal stories and facts.

What's the Buzz?

This illustrated book of nonfiction for middle-grades describes how people are becoming more aware of bees and our dependence on them, and are working to save bees in all kinds of different ways.

Severn and the Day She Silenced the World

Severn Cullis-Suzuki’s speech at the 1992 Earth Summit in Rio caught the attention of the world. She and her friends raised money to travel to Rio, never imagining the effect they would have there. Severn's story is about the power of children, and how their voices can stand out above the politics and cynicism of adults.