What Inspires

Illustrated By: Ellen Rooney

In this buoyant picture book, three friends go to the park and their creativity spreads to everyone around them, into dance, chalk drawings, dramatic play and, when the day is over, inspirational dreams.

Les planchistes aux pieds nus

Illustrated By: Sophie Casson
Translated by: Rachel Martinez

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.


Illustrated By: Janou-Eve LeGuerrier

En plus d’aborder le « futur » de fac¸on tangible, ce roman accessible, sublime´ par les illustrations douces et vives, parle de l’acceptation de soi dans son unicite´ et ses diffe´rences.

A Short History of British Columbia

This book explains BC’s early economic, territory and political developments and includes the struggle over borders, railways, tariffs, and schools. It goes on with the boom that preceded the First World War, the depression that followed, and such issues as scandals, prohibition, women’s suffrage, and the rise to power of the Social Credit.

Are You Listening?

Based on her popular one-woman play, Zaynab Mohammed’s Are You Listening? combines memoir and poetry to tackle topics of war, displacement, and immigration. Fleeing war-torn Lebanon, Zaynab eventually finds her freedom by listening to herself, others, and the earth. This book creates a tapestry where hope can grow.

Reg Takes a Trip

Illustrated By: Emma Martin

Join Brown Bear Reg as he learns to co-regulate his emotions. Reg Takes a Trip, the latest in this series of Tales for Big Feelings, uses the five senses to guide reluctant young sleepers into dreamland.

Bridging the Reading Gap

A comprehensive series of lessons that address phonics, morphology, and vocabulary for teachers working with students in grades 4–8. With a wide range of learners in every classroom, engaging activities and carefully curated lists scaffold instruction for emergent to competent readers.

Larry Gets Lost in Vancouver Activity Book

Illustrated By: John Skewes

Join Pete and his adorable pup, Larry, on a playful journey through the city of Vancouver! Packed with fun puzzles and activities, this vibrant full-color activity book covers Vancouver's most beloved landmarks, from the iconic Stanley Park to the towering Capilano Suspension Bridge.

Larry Gets Lost in Vancouver Puzzle

Illustrated By: John Skewes

Discover the Canadian city of Vancouver with this delightful 4-Puzzles-in-a-Box set! Based on the best-selling children's picture book series Larry Gets Lost, this set features four original puzzles, each showcasing iconic Vancouver landmarks.

Chef AJ's Sweet Indulgence

By: Chef AJ
Contributions by: Glen Merzer

As delicious as their more traditional counterparts, these sugar- and gluten-free desserts are filled with nutrients rather than calorie-dense ingredients. These are desserts that you can not only enjoy eating but feel good about serving to family and friends.

Billy Buckhorn and the War of Worlds

In the exciting conclusion to the Thunder Child Prophecy Series, Billy Buckhorn must now use all his powers to achieve the hoped-for victory in the prophesied final showdown between the forces of good and the forces of evil that will determine the fate of the human race.

Crystal Cave

Illustrated By: Mike Deas

In this graphic novel for early middle readers, a young boy and his friends set off on a race against time to find a secret and powerful healing crystal when his grandfather becomes ill.