Lola Flies Alone

Illustrated By: Bill Pechet

Lola’s off to visit her grandmother, and is taking her first airplane trip alone. She has dressed for the occasion, and as it turns out, that special outfit comes in handy. With style and spunk, Lola is ready for anything.

Teaching Mindfulness

This guidebook for educators—whether professional teachers or home-school parents—focuses on the importance of including mindfulness as part of the curriculum. Mindfulness helps children understand the power of choice, encourages them to recognize their feelings, and increases their ability to stay focused.

We Are the Ocean

Illustrated By: Sarah Borg

Through the eyes of children and their doggie companions, they ask the question "what is the ocean?" Following the cycle of water throughout the planet, they discover that the ocean is a part of everything including themselves.

Finding Edward

After migrating to Canada, Cyril Rowntree navigates the implications of being racialized in his new land as he pieces together the story of a mixed-race baby from the 1920s named Edward.

Finding a Place for Every Student

With the increasing stressors in today’s classrooms, inclusivity and belonging can feel like impossible goals. Finding a Place for Every Student makes it simple, with tried-and-tested strategies, real-life case studies, insights into relationships with parents and caregivers, and a wealth of hands-on reproducibles.

Larry Loves Vancouver

Just like the locals and visitors, Larry the pup loves the Gastown Steam Clock, Science World, Granville Island and many of the other sites and sounds of Vancouver. As he explores the city with his owner Pete, Larry rides a seabus, crosses the Capilano Suspension Bridge and visits the totem poles of Stanley Park.

The Science of Boys

Illustrated By: Gracey Zhang

Science nerd Emma Sakamoto wants to reinvent herself. When a popular girl seeks Emma’s help getting a boy to like her, Emma applies scientific laws to a perplexing subject—boys. But do people conform to scientific principles? The results are unpredictable in this story about the struggle of fitting in and the complexity of friendship.

Mathematizing Student Thinking

Mathematizing Student Thinking outlines an approach to mathematics instruction that emphasizes making connections to the lived experiences of students. It supports teachers in providing students with problems that are meaningful, engaging, and purposeful and support students as independent, critical thinkers.

The Lost Expert

After being mistaken for the lead actor on the set of a Hollywood film, Chris assumes the identity of the actor and disconnects from his real life. Falling deeply into his newfound identity, he must grapple with his role as an imposter and whether he should extricate himself from reinvention.

Cover Art

Charley Scott is thrilled to be running a summer pop-up gallery in cottage country. But when her friend’s husband is found dead, the investigation threatens the gallery’s opening.

Mud Lilies

After working as a prostitute for the past four years, eighteen-year-old Chanie Nyrider is arrested and given two options: jail or a high school program for troubled youth. Chanie agrees to attend the program and begins to make strides toward a better life.

White Lies

Missy’s little brother died on her thirteenth birthday and her family has been struggling with their grief ever since. As her sixteenth birthday approaches, she meets Luke and he helps her begin healing.

Managing Student Behavior

This practical book provides an in-depth understanding of student behavior, along with many effective, evidence-based strategies that support positive change. Although there is no one-size-fits-all answer, when these strategies are applied consistently they will have a profound effect on classroom behavior that will last.

A Light in the Clouds

Romanian soldiers force Margalith and her family from their home and send them on a devastating deportation march to Transnistria, a wretched land between borders, an expanse of thousands of kilometres containing more than a hundred ghettos and camps. How will Margalith find A Light in the Clouds?

The Science of Babies

Illustrated By: Frank Cable

This revolutionary, beautiful and fun board book is a perfect way to start talking to kids early about reproduction, bodies, birth and families. It will allow parents to establish that this topic, like all others, is safe and healthy to ask and talk about.

No Second Chances

A hard-hitting book about the struggles women face in politics in Canada, featuring insightful interviews with the women who dealt with it first hand.

Rachel Bird

A compelling mystery about teenage Rachel and her sister who move in with the grandparents they never knew. They soon learn their newfound family isn’t the only secret being kept on the ranch.

Wish Upon a Satellite

The glaciers are melting and the climate crisis is on everyone's mind, but nothing shakes the foundations of non-binary teen Ciel’s world more than sharing an unexpected kiss with their best friend, Stephie.