Under the Ice

A grandmother soon regrets calling on the qallupaluit to take away a little boy. After enlisting the help of her fellow villagers, the old woman learns that the boy may be happier with the qallupaluit than he ever was with her.

The Runaway

This funny and endearing novel by award-winning novelist Glen Huser will make an absorbing read for fourteen- and fifteen-year-olds, boys and girls alike.

The Flute

Illustrated By: Pulak Biswas

A beautiful picturebook about a little girl who finds solace in a magic flute by award-winning writer Rachna Gilmore and celebrated illustrator Pulak Biswas.

Time Camera

Uncovering the shocking truth and secrets that people will kill to protect, Jake and Lydia are propelled into a deadly and desperate race against time in this thrilling adventure chapter book.

Manitowapow

Beginning with traditional writing systems, Manitowapow shares diverse Indigenous perspectives and histories, from the late 1700s through to the present day in what is now Manitoba. Discover works by historically significant figures, well-known writers, contemporary leaders, storytellers and Knowledge Keepers, and vibrant new voices.

Gatehouse To Hell

"I was stubborn. I didn't want to stay in Auschwitz. I didn't want to go to the gas chambers. I didn't want to be cremated. I didn't want to die there, and I kept pushing back."

If Home Is Not Here

"I dove into the frigid river, the sudden shock leaving me gasping. By the time that I was two-thirds across the river, my strength was fading . . . Somehow, I managed to reach the shore—the unoccupied zone of France and my entry into freedom."

Bernadette in the Doghouse

Bernadette continues her adventures with Annie, Keisha, and Megan, aka "The Lunch Bunch". Things are great until Bernadette ignores her new friends in favor of spending time with her old friend Jasmine. She then has to prove to the Lunch Bunch that she values their friendship.

Emily Included

The true story of Emily Eaton. Born with severe cerebral palsy, Emily and her family had to fight for her right to go to school with non-disabled children in a regular classroom. Eventually victorious, Emily’s story makes her an amazing role model for children everywhere - whether they are living with a disability or not.

Achieving Aboriginal Student Success

Using Anishinaabe teachings as a model, this book will help you infuse Indigenous perspectives into your curriculum, as well as teach to the specific needs of Indigenous students. Find best practices for classroom management, assessment tools, suggestions for connecting with local Indigenous communities, and much more!