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The Errand

LaFleur, Leo (Author)
Oehlers, Adam (Illustrator)
Simply Read Books 2017. 40 pages
First published: 2017
Book type: Picture Book
 
Cycle
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Summary: In this spooky graphic story/picture book, an errand boy delivers a package through the dark and dangerous Whispering Woods to a suspected witch.

The Whole Story of Half a Girl

Penguin Random House 2013. 218 pages
First published: 2012
Book type: Novel
 
Cycle
Elementary
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Summary: Notions of identity, class and friendship are split wide open when a change in a family’s economic situation means that a young girl must suddenly change schools.

The Wonder

Hanson, Faye (Author/Illustrator)
Candlewick Press 2015. 40 pages
First published: 2014
Book type: Picture Book
 
Cycle
Elementary
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Summary: Having his head in the clouds can cause trouble, but when the boy’s daydreams are finally set free, they grow and grow and grow... An incredible adventure into the world of one boy’s imagination.

Poisoned Apples: Poems for You, My Pretty

HarperCollins 2014. 114 pages
First published: 2014
Book type: Anthology
 
Cycle
Elementary
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Summary: A powerful collection of free verse poems explore how girls are taught to think about themselves, their bodies, their friends—as consumers, as objects, as competitors. Based on classic fairy tale characters and fairy tale tropes, the poems range from contemporary retellings to first person accounts set within the original stories.

Missing Nimâmâ

Thisdale, François (Illustrator)
Clockwise Press 2015. 32 pages
First published: 2015
Book type: Picture Book
 
Cycle
Elementary
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Summary: Little Kateri loves her grandmother, but she also yearns for her mother, one of many missing indigenous women.

Adrift at Sea: A Vietnamese Boy’s Story of Survival

Deines, Brian (Illustrator)
Pajama Press 2016. 40 pages
First published: 2016
Book type: Non-Fiction
 
Cycle
Elementary
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Summary: In their escape from post-war Vietnam in 1981, Tuan and his family brave bullets, thirst, and days adrift in a leaky boat on open sea.

My Map Book

Fanelli, Sara (Author/Illustrator)
HarperCollins 2001. 24 pages
First published: 1995
Book type: Picture Book
 
Cycle
Elementary
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Summary: Vibrant and playful illustrations are labeled to create a variety of maps—including a diagram, family tree and flowchart—on fun themes such as, “Treasure Map” and “Map of My Face.”

Sunny Side Up

Holm, Matthew (Illustrator)
Scholastic 2015. 220 pages
First published: 2015
Book type: Graphic Text
 
Cycle
Elementary
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Summary: Sunny is visiting Gramps at his retirement home in Florida. It seems a terrible fit for a child’s holiday, but Sunny finds her place in the community, with the help of the groundskeeper’s son. Flashbacks on life at home eventually reveal the reason for the visit. Her older brother has a substance abuse problem, and her parents are taking this time to address it.

Laika

Abadzis, Nick (Author/Illustrator)
Macmillan 2014. 224 pages
First published: 2007
Book type: Graphic Text
 
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Summary: This is the journey of Laika, the abandoned puppy destined to become Earth’s first space traveler. With the blending of fact and fiction, this story intertwines three compelling lives. Along with Laika, there is Korolev, a driven engineer at the top of the Soviet space program and Yelena, the lab technician responsible for Laika’s health and life.

Once a Shepherd

Millard, Glenda (Author)
Lesnie, Phil (Illustrator)
Candlewick Press 2014. 24 pages
First published: 2014
Book type: Picture Book
 
Cycle
Elementary
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Summary: In poignant verse, Millard and Lesnie share the story of a young shepherd who must leave his beloved wife and his unborn child to fight in the Great War.

Some Writer!: The Story of E. B. White

Sweet, Melissa (Author/Illustrator)
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2016. 162 pages
First published: 2016
Book type: Non-Fiction
 
Cycle
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Summary: "SOME PIG," Charlotte the spider’s praise for Wilbur, is just one fondly remembered snippet from E.B. White’s Charlotte’s Web. In this book, Melissa Sweet mixes White’s personal letters, photos, and family ephemera with her own artwork to tell his story, from his birth in 1899 to his death in 1985.

This Is Our Story

Elston, Ashley (Author)
Disney/Hyperion Books 2016. 314 pages
First published: 2016
Book type: Novel
 
Cycle
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Summary: When a hunting accident claims a boy’s life, his best friends all come under suspicion.

Heartless

Meyer, Marissa (Author)
Macmillan 2016. 456 pages
First published: 2016
Book type: Novel
 
Cycle
Elementary
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Summary: In this prequel to Alice in Wonderland, Cath would rather open a bakery and marry for love than accept a proposal from the King of Hearts, especially after meeting the handsome and mysterious court jester.

This Is Not My Hat

Klassen, Jon (Author/Illustrator)
Candlewick Press 2012. 36 pages
First published: 2012
Book type: Picture Book
 
Cycle
Elementary
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Summary: A tiny minnow wearing a pale blue bowler hat has a thing or two up his fins in this underwater light-on-dark chase scene.

Spaceopedia: The Complete Guide to Everything Space

Time 2015. 192 pages
First published: 2015
Book type: Non-Fiction
 
Cycle
Elementary
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Summary: This compendium of all things astrophysical provides introductory scientific material about outer space and regales the eye with innumerable photographs.

The Dark Missions of Edgar Brim

Peacock, Shane (Author)
Tundra Books 2016. 346 pages
First published: 2016
Book type: Novel
 
Cycle
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Summary: Fearful Edgar Brim is sent to a harsh boarding school in the remote moors, to make a man of him. But in this tale of mystery, suspense and gothic horror, supernatural forces of evil seem to follow him everywhere—and it’s up to Edgar and his friends to destroy them.

Hyena in Petticoats: The Story of Suffragette Nellie McClung

Dawson, Willow (Author/Illustrator)
Penguin Random House Canada 2011. 96 pages
First published: 2011
Book type: Graphic Text
 
Cycle
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Summary: Tells the story, in graphic novel format, of Canadian suffragette Nellie McClung.

Seen Art?

Scieszka, Jon (Author)
Smith, Lane (Illustrator)
Penguin Random House 2005. 48 pages
First published: 2005
Book type: Picture Book
 
Cycle
Elementary
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Summary: On the way to meet his friend Art, a boy encounters a dazzling array of visual art at the MoMA.

Visitor in the Field

Lepp, Royden (Author/Illustrator)
Archaia 2016. 176 pages
First published: 2011
Book type: Graphic Text
 
Cycle
Elementary
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Summary: Roman Taylor struggles to keep his family’s small farm afloat as the area heals from a devastating world war. While the rest of his family may not trust the mysterious boy with the jetpack, Roman believes the secrets of Jet’s past may be the key to their survival.

Comparative Religion

Mooney, Carla (Author)
Chandhok, Lena (Illustrator)
Nomad Press 2015. 120 pages
First published: 2015
Book type: Non-Fiction
 
Cycle
Elementary
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Summary: The five major world religions,Hinduism, Judaism, Buddhism, Christianity and Islam are examined here to foster shared understanding.

Rules of the House

Barnett, Mac (Author)
Myers, Matthew (Illustrator)
Disney/Hyperion Books 2016. 48 pages
First published: 2016
Book type: Picture Book
 
Cycle
Elementary
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Summary: Ian always follows the rules and his older sister Jenny is quite the opposite. When they go on a family vacation to a log house in the woods, she breaks one rule too many, and her brother has to save her from monsters, breaking a rule himself.

Ugly

Hoge, Robert (Author)
Robinson, Keith (Illustrator)
Penguin Random House Canada 2016. 202 pages
First published: 2016
Book type: Novel
 
Cycle
Elementary
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Summary: Robert Hoge was born with a tumor the size of a tennis ball in the middle of his face and short, twisted legs, but he refused to let what made him different stand in the way of leading a happy, successful life. This is the true story of how he embraced his circumstances and never let his "ugly" stop him from focusing on what truly mattered.

Wonder

Palacio, R.J. (Author)
Penguin Random House 2012. 316 pages
First published: 2012
Book type: Novel
 
Cycle
Elementary
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Summary: Anchored by the strong voice and strong character of a young boy living with disfigurement, this novel explores the bonds of friendship and family.

Italian Canadian Internment in the Second World War

Lorimer 2012. 112 pages
First published: 2012
Book type: Non-Fiction
 
Cycle
Elementary
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Summary: When Canada declared war on Italy on June 10, 1940, the government used the War Measures Act to label all Italian citizens over the age of eighteen as enemy aliens. Those who had received Canadian citizenship after 1922 were also deemed enemy aliens. Using historical photographs, paintings, documents, and first-person narratives, this book offers a full account of this little-known episode in Canadian history.

Comics Confidential: Thirteen Graphic Novelists Talk Story, Craft, and Life Outside the Box

Candlewick Press 2016. 176 pages
First published: 2016
Book type: Anthology
 
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Elementary
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Summary: Thirteen prominent cartoonists discuss their creative processes and the experiences and influences that led to their success in one of today’s most vibrant art forms. Each interview is followed by an original graphic short on the common theme of "the city."

I See Reality: Twelve Short Stories About Real Life

Kendall, Grace (Editor)
Macmillan 2016. 296 pages
First published: 2016
Book type: Anthology
 
Cycle
Elementary
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Summary: This short story collection features contemporary tales of everyday teen life, addressing topics such as sexuality, immigration, addiction, violence and identity.

Please Ignore Vera Dietz

King, A.S. (Author)
Penguin Random House 2012. 328 pages
First published: 2010
Book type: Novel
 
Cycle
Elementary
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Summary: Reeling from the violent death of her neighbour and best friend Charlie, 18-year-old Vera looks back on their lifelong friendship, their family challenges and their terrible breakup just before he died. As Vera juggles getting top grades, a full-time pizza delivery job and an interesting guy, she’s haunted by Charlie—until she’s strong enough to tell the truth and clear his name.

The Curiosities: A Collection of Stories

Lerner 2014. 296 pages
First published: 2012
Book type: Anthology
 
Cycle
Elementary
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Summary: Fiction and meta-fictional devices conspire to create a collaborative collection of ambitious short stories that is simultaneously a book about the craft and camaraderie of creative writing.

Indian Horse

Douglas & McIntyre 2012. 224 pages
First published: 2012
Book type: Novel
 
Cycle
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Summary: In 1961, eight year-old Saul Indian Horse has grown up in the Ojibway culture; then he’s captured. Subjected to a residential school’s neglect and abuse, playing hockey becomes his salvation. But rampant racism—in the leagues, the fans and society at large—require an adult Saul to seek true healing among his own people.

Animal Babies

Herrbach, Stéphanie (Illustrator)
Owlkids 2010. 36 pages
First published: 2010
Book type: Non-Fiction
 
Cycle
Elementary
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Summary: Describes how different animal babies grow, and includes information on animal nests, caring for animal babies, communication, and animal lifespans.

Placebo Junkies

Carleson, J.C. (Author)
Penguin Random House 2015. 298 pages
First published: 2015
Book type: Novel
 
Cycle
Elementary
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Summary: This novel explores the blurry moral and existential boundaries of pharmaceutical testing and mental-health treatment. The topsy-turvy story of Augie, in her own, strident words, challenges what is ethical, and even what is real.

On the Shoulder of a Giant: An Inuit Folktale

Nelson, Jim (Illustrator)
Inhabit Media 2015. 40 pages
First published: 2015
Book type: Picture Book
 
Cycle
Elementary
Secondary
 
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Summary: In this traditional tale about mistaken identities and different perspectives, Inukpak is a giant who adopts an Inuit hunter, thinking he is a child.

Dan Versus Nature

Calame, Don (Author)
Candlewick Press 2016. 378 pages
First published: 2016
Book type: Novel
 
Cycle
Elementary
Secondary
 
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Summary: When Dan comes home, he finds that his mother is engaged to Hank, a Hugh Jackman look-alike, and she is sending Hank and Dan on a survivalist camping trip in order to "bond."

Lullabies for Little Criminals

O'Neill, Heather (Author)
HarperCollins 2016. 352 pages
First published: 2006
Book type: Novel
 
Cycle
Elementary
Secondary
 
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Summary: Baby’s hard life leads her all too easily to a life of drugs and prostitution. The vivid voice of this self-aware young girl clinging to childhood touches on broad themes such as paternal love and the nature of family.

The Three Musicians

Hié, Vanessa (Illustrator)
Prestel 2013. 28 pages
First published: 2013
Book type: Picture Book
 
Cycle
Elementary
Secondary
 
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Summary: The Pablo Picasso painting Les trois musiciens (“Three Musicians”) comes to life: this imaginative tale features three travelling musicians who save a kingdom from an evasive, horrible beast.

The King of Little Things

Lepp, Bil (Author)
Wenzel, David T. (Illustrator)
Peachtree Publishers 2013. 32 pages
First published: 2013
Book type: Picture Book
 
Cycle
Elementary
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Summary: When bully King Normous sets out to conquer the King of Little Things, he learns that small can be mighty, too.

I Used to Be Afraid

Seeger, Laura Vaccaro (Author/Illustrator)
Macmillan 2015. 36 pages
First published: 2015
Book type: Picture Book
 
Cycle
Elementary
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Summary: A little girl conveys the contrast between experiencing fears (of spiders or shadows) and overcoming them.

Canadian Railroad Trilogy

Wallace, Ian (Illustrator)
Groundwood Books 2010. 56 pages
First published: 1967
Book type: Picture Book
 
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Summary: Portrays the building of the Canadian Pacific Railway in a series of dreamlike paintings accompanied by the lyrics of Lightfoot’s 1967 song commemorating Canada’s centennial year. Includes music and lyrics to twelve verses, illustrator’s notes, and a brief history of the railroad.

The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse

Ward, Helen (Author/Illustrator)
Candlewick Press 2012. 40 pages
First published: 2012
Book type: Picture Book
 
Cycle
Elementary
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Summary: Aesop’s fable of the country mouse and the city mouse is artfully retold and simply illustrated.

Residential Schools

Lorimer 2016. 128 pages
First published: 2016
Book type: Non-Fiction
 
Cycle
Elementary
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Summary: Through historical photographs, documents, and first-person narratives from First Nations, Inuit, and Metis people who survived residential schools, this book offers an account of the injustice of this period in Canadian history. It documents how this official racism was confronted and finally acknowledged.

Belzhar

Wolitzer, Meg (Author)
Penguin Random House 2015. 266 pages
First published: 2014
Book type: Novel
 
Cycle
Elementary
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Summary: Jam Gallahue cannot get over the death of her boyfriend and is sent to a boarding school for emotionally fragile teenagers. In her English class focused on the writing of Sylvia Plath, she discovers an unusual path to healing through a journaling process that transports her back to her original trauma, where she learns to let go.

Uglies

Simon & Schuster 2011. 406 pages
First published: 2005
Book type: Novel
 
Cycle
Elementary
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Summary: Just before their sixteenth birthdays, when they will will be transformed into beauties whose only job is to have a great time, Tally’s best friend runs away and Tally must find her and turn her in, or never become pretty at all.

Why’d They Wear That?: Fashion as the Mirror of History

Albee, Sarah (Author)
National Geographic Society 2015. 192 pages
First published: 2015
Book type: Non-Fiction
 
Cycle
Elementary
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Summary: Ancient Greece is presented in fun tabloid format, with grabby frames and headlines that purport to have the denizens of that historic civilization telling their own tales of politics, theatre, war, and poetry.

Terezín: Voices From the Holocaust

Thomson, Ruth (Author)
Candlewick Press 2013. 64 pages
First published: 2011
Book type: Non-Fiction
 
Cycle
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Secondary
 
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Summary: Prisoners’ artwork and writings provide the basis for this fully illustrated history of Theresienstadt Concentration Camp.

Canadian Festivals

Hughes, Susan (Author)
Scholastic Canada 2007. 58 pages
First published: 2007
Book type: Non-Fiction
 
Cycle
Elementary
Secondary
 
1
2
3
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ELA
K
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ESL
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ESL Intensive & Enriched
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Summary: This book introduces you to six holidays from various cultures. The holidays featured are: Eid-ul-Fitr (marking the end of Ramadan), Diwali, Chanukah, Christmas, Kwanzaa and Chinese New Year. Let the celebrations begin!

Summerland

Chabon, Michael (Author)
HarperCollins 2016. 502 pages
First published: 2002
Book type: Novel
 
Cycle
Elementary
Secondary
 
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3
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K
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Summary: Ethan Feld, the worst baseball player in the history of the game, finds himself recruited by a 100-year-old scout to help a band of fairies triumph over an ancient enemy.

Strange Creatures: The Story of Walter Rothschild and His Museum

Judge, Lita (Author/Illustrator)
Disney/Hyperion Books 2011. 36 pages
First published: 2011
Book type: Non-Fiction
 
Cycle
Elementary
Secondary
 
1
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ELA
K
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ESL
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ESL Intensive & Enriched
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Summary: Walter Rothschild should have followed in his family’s banking footsteps. Instead, from childhood, he was drawn to natural history. This biography of the black sheep of the richest family in the world provides a convincing argument for following one’s own path.

The Duke Who Outlawed Jelly Beans and Other Stories

Schmidt, Lynette (Illustrator)
Alyson Books 2004. 32 pages
First published: 1991
Book type: Picture Book
 
Cycle
Elementary
Secondary
 
1
2
3
1
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ELA
K
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6
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ESL
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ESL Intensive & Enriched
5
6
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What Am I? Where Am I?

Lewin, Ted (Author/Illustrator)
Holiday House 2013. 24 pages
First published: 2013
Book type: Picture Book
 
Cycle
Elementary
Secondary
 
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2
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ELA
K
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ESL
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Summary: Simple, minimal text and realistic images lead beginning readers through a discovery of different animals in their natural habitats.

See Saw Saskatchewan

Ritchie, Scot (Illustrator)
Kids Can Press 2003. 32 pages
First published: 2003
Book type: Anthology
 
Cycle
Elementary
Secondary
 
1
2
3
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ELA
K
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ESL
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ESL Intensive & Enriched
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Summary: This book of poems reaches playfully from sea to shining sea, introducing readers to a verse map of Canada that includes some factual information and plenty of silliness.