In this vibrant historical picture book, a Nak'azdli girl with a mobility disability feels both curiosity and self-doubt when she learns that traders are arriving in her Indigenous village.
In this nonfiction picture book, the tiny village of Janwaar in Madhya Pradesh, India, gets a new skatepark, which inspires Ramkesh and all the local kids to learn how to skateboard, putting them on the map and uniting their community.
In this quirky middle-grade novel, Izzy Wong finds the perfect subject for her podcast—investigating the school bathroom flooding that caused damage to classrooms. But the deeper she gets into her reporting, the more she blurs the line between truth and gossip...and right and wrong.
In this second installment in the Book of Screams series, we revisit the ongoing story of Tanya, who is trying to vanquish a sentient ink that steals people's dreams, and delve into other horrors in short-story form, such as a ray of sunshine that kills, a rabbit carcass that haunts a young boy, and a teddy bear that possesses its owner.
In this gentle picture-book lullaby written in both Plains Cree and English, the sounds of the land soothe an Indigenous child to sleep on a stormy summer night on the Plains.
Cet album est inspiré d’une histoire vraie survenue à Janwaar dans le Madhya Pradesh, l’un des États les plus pauvres et les plus vastes de l’Inde, où la construction d’un planchodrome a rassemblé toute la communauté et fait la renommée du petit village lorsque les enfants se sont passionnés pour la planche à roulettes.