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Sit

Ellis, Deborah (Author)
Groundwood Books 2017. 144 pages
First published: 2017
Book type: Anthology
 
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Summary: The seated child. With a single powerful image, Deborah Ellis draws our attention to nine children and the situations they find themselves in, often through no fault of their own. In each story, a child makes a decision and takes action, be that a tiny gesture or a life-altering choice.

An Inuksuk Means Welcome

Wallace, Mary (Author/Illustrator)
Owlkids 2015. 32 pages
First published: 2015
Book type: Non-Fiction
 
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Those Who Run in the Sky

Johnston, Aviaq (Author)
Gas, Toma Feizo (Illustrator)
Inhabit Media 2017. 200 pages
First published: 2017
Book type: Novel
 
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Summary: Pitu is growing up to be a fine hunter and leader of his people when a sudden blizzard casts him into the spirit world. Here he must face wolf-demons, a lonely giant and a long-lost shaman, who becomes his teacher. Reunion with his family is bittersweet when he learns his betrothed has been married to another hunter.

Slug Days

Leach, Sara (Author)
Bender, Rebecca (Illustrator)
Pajama Press 2017. 120 pages
First published: 2017
Book type: Novel
 
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Summary: Seeing the world very differently because of her Asperger Syndrome, young Lauren struggles to navigate the challenges of school life and masters tricks to stay calm, understand others’ feelings and let her personality shine.

Stolen Words

Grimard, Gabrielle (Illustrator)
Second Story Press 2017. 24 pages
First published: 2017
Book type: Picture Book
 
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Summary: A look at the intergenerational impact of Canada’s residential school system that separated Indigenous children from their families and the beautiful, healing relationship between a little girl and her grandfather.

Threads: From the Refugee Crisis

Evans, Kate (Author/Illustrator)
Verso Books 2017. 176 pages
First published: 2017
Book type: Graphic Text
 
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Summary: Through her own compelling experiences and the stories of individuals she met, comics-journalist Kate Evans reports on refugee camps in Calais and Dunkirk, France, 2015-2016—and the surrounding political climate.

This Is Sadie

O'Leary, Sara (Author)
Morstad, Julie (Illustrator)
Tundra Books 2015. 32 pages
First published: 2015
Book type: Picture Book
 
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Summary: Sadie has a lot of imagination: in her world, nothing needs to be just what it seems. This picture-book account of a day in the life of a creative little girl leaps from the deep sea to a fairy-tale forest to the wide-open sky, all through the limitless power of her wide-open mind.

Child Soldier: When Boys and Girls Are Used in War

Dávila, Claudia (Illustrator)
Kids Can Press 2015. 48 pages
First published: 2015
Book type: Non-Fiction
 
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Summary: This graphic non-fiction-style narrative tells the heartbreaking true story of a boy who is kidnapped to become a child soldier during the 1990s Congolese Civil War, and the events’ aftermath, including the impact on his family, and his nascent advocacy.

Eight Days: A Story of Haiti

Delinois, Alix (Illustrator)
Scholastic 2010. 28 pages
First published: 2010
Book type: Picture Book
 
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Summary: Junior tells the games he played in his mind during the eight days he was trapped in his house after the devastating January 12, 2010 earthquake in Haiti. Includes author’s note about Haitian children before the earthquake and her own children’s reactions to the disaster.

The Marrow Thieves

Dimaline, Cherie (Author)
Cormorant Books 2017. 234 pages
First published: 2017
Book type: Novel
 
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Summary: Future-Canada is an environmental disaster; a plague of dreamlessness is affecting all but the Indigenous, who are hunted and ‘harvested’ in an attempt to find a cure. Having lost his family, 16-year-old Frenchie joins a small band of fugitives, determined to find a new life in the northern woods.

Not My Girl

Grimard, Gabrielle (Illustrator)
Annick Press 2014. 32 pages
First published: 2014
Book type: Picture Book
 
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Summary: Based on a true story, this tale follows a young Inuit girl as she attempts to find a place in her family and culture again after a difficult homecoming from residential school.

Toad Weather

Markle, Sandra (Author)
Gonzalez, Thomas (Illustrator)
Peachtree Publishers 2015. 32 pages
First published: 2015
Book type: Picture Book
 
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Summary: On a rainy day, Ally’s mom asks her to come outside where, amidst the oil slicks, dripping awnings, and splashing cars, they find a toad migration taking place.

The Tale of Despereaux

DiCamillo, Kate (Author)
Ering, Timothy Basil (Illustrator)
Candlewick Press 2006. 272 pages
First published: 2003
Book type: Novel
 
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Summary: An old-fashioned fairy tale, this novel features anthropomorphized critters living in an old castle to show the endurance of love, the value of forgiveness, and the importance of allowing every creature hope.

Big Big Sky

Dunnion, Kristyn (Author)
Red Deer Press 2008. 254 pages
First published: 2008
Book type: Novel
 
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Summary: Their Warrior pod is Deforming: Roku has gone missing; Rustle’s body is changing in disturbing ways; and the ScanMans have locked them in the Living Lab, where untold horrors wait. When the group—including Hunter Loo and Healer Solomon—discovers lifeless replicants of themselves, their best option for survival seems to be escape. Now fugitives from cold and clinical masters, the pod must learn to adjust from their regimented existence as genetically modified soldiers. In addition, Rustle and Roku are transforming physically—Roku into a giant bird and Rustle into an amphibious life-form. The four pod members, along with their leader Shona, negotiate life on the outside from very different perspectives, as each one journeys toward her own fate.

Long Way Down

Reynolds, Jason (Author)
Simon & Schuster 2017. 312 pages
First published: 2017
Book type: Novel
 
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Summary: In this verse novel, 15-year-old Will witnesses his older brother shot dead in the street and decides to take revenge. But an elevator ride full of ghosts from his past make him reconsider everything he has ever known.

Wolfie & Fly

Fagan, Cary (Author)
Si, Zoe (Illustrator)
Tundra Books 2018. 90 pages
First published: 2017
Book type: Novel
 
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Summary: Wolfie and Fly are opposites. She wants to stay at home, be alone and read. He wants to play music and make believe. Together they embark on a wonderful underwater adventure and accidentally make friends along the way.

Making It Right: Building Peace, Settling Conflict

Peters, Marilee (Author)
Annick Press 2016. 134 pages
First published: 2016
Book type: Non-Fiction
 
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Summary: This illustrated non-fiction uses conversational language and storytelling to discuss our legal system and alternative approaches to justice in Canada and around the world.

Young Charlotte, Filmmaker

Viva, Frank (Author/Illustrator)
Abrams 2015. 36 pages
First published: 2015
Book type: Picture Book
 
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Summary: Charlotte is a filmmaker. She lives in New York with her parents and their cat, Smudge. Charlotte likes to make movies, and through her camera lens, she sees the world differently from the other kids.

Out of My Mind

Simon & Schuster 2012. 312 pages
First published: 2010
Book type: Novel
 
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Summary: A brilliant, impatient fifth-grader with cerebral palsy, considered by many to be intellectually disabled, discovers a technological device that will allow her to speak for the first time.

Travels With My Family

Gay, Marie-Louise (Author/Illustrator)
Homel, David (Author)
Groundwood Books 2007. 120 pages
First published: 2006
Book type: Novel
 
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Summary: A child reveals the exciting vacations his parents insist upon, including a trip to Maine that ends up in a hurricane, a visit to a Florida swamp and the alligators that live there, and a New Year’s in Mexico.

Song for a Summer Night: A Lullaby

Leng, Qin (Illustrator)
Groundwood Books 2015. 32 pages
First published: 2015
Book type: Picture Book
 
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Summary: As night falls on a soft summer evening, neighborhood children are drawn out of their houses by the sights and sounds of the world after dark. First the fireflies come sparkling past, followed by a host of domestic and wild animals, from cats and dogs to owls and skunks.

The Case of the Missing Moonstone

Murphy, Kelly (Illustrator)
Penguin Random House 2015. 220 pages
First published: 2015
Book type: Novel
 
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Summary: 11-year-old Lady Ada (daughter of Lord Byron) and 14-year-old Mary (daughter of Mary Wollstonecraft) ditch their tutor, Percy Shelley (“Peebs”), to solve crimes and mysteries. With clever deductions, a visit to Newgate Prison and an air-balloon chase, they solve their first case.

Jessie Elliot Is a Big Chicken

Gravel, Elise (Author/Illustrator)
Macmillan 2014. 176 pages
First published: 2014
Book type: Graphic Text
 
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Spill Zone

Puvilland, Alex (Illustrator)
Macmillan 2017. 216 pages
First published: 2017
Book type: Graphic Text
 
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Summary: Teen photographer Addison and her little sister Lexa have been orphaned by an mysterious event that transformed Po’Town into a wasteland of mutants and strange forces. Addison’s illegal photography forays into the “Spill” has supported them both, but a big-money offer has her going deeper –and bringing something back out—in this cliffhanger first book in the graphic novel series.

The Art of the Possible: An Everyday Guide to Politics

Keenan, Edward (Author)
McLaughlin, Julie (Illustrator)
Owlkids 2015. 64 pages
First published: 2015
Book type: Non-Fiction
 
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Summary: This introduction to politics offers a useful foundation to, and makes an extensive call for citizen participation.

The Dreaded Ogress of the Tundra

MacDougall, Larry (Illustrator)
Inhabit Media 2015. 54 pages
First published: 2015
Book type: Picture Book
 
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Summary: This somewhat lengthy picture book recounts two Inuit stories about amautaliit—giant ogresses that kidnap and eat children. An illustrated introduction discusses the attributes equipment and grisly habits of an amautalik. Back material discusses a range of other monsters known to roam the Arctic.

Tank & Fizz: The Case of the Slime Stampede

O'Donnell, Liam (Author)
Deas, Mike (Illustrator)
Orca 2015. 146 pages
First published: 2015
Book type: Graphic Text
 
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Summary: An intrepid duo of kid detectives is investigating a school sliming, for which the caretaker is unjustly blamed. Playfully told and illustrated, this novel is part gross-out, and part whodunit.

Underground to Canada

Smucker, Barbara (Author)
Penguin Random House Canada 2013. 200 pages
First published: 1977
Book type: Novel
 
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Summary: Sold from a Virginia plantation to pick cotton in the dreaded deep South, Julilly joins her new friend Liza and escapes to Canada, with the help of Canadian Abolitionist (and historic figure) Alexander Ross. On their harrowing journey from Mississippi to St. Catharines, Ontario, the girls are hunted by slavers, their dogs and the law—and aided by Mennonites, free blacks and other activists of the Underground Railroad.

H Is for Hockey: An NHL Alumni Alphabet

Shea, Kevin (Author)
Dewar, Ken (Illustrator)
Sleeping Bear Press 2012. 32 pages
First published: 2012
Book type: Non-Fiction
 
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Summary: The 26 short poems in this book provide rhyming points of entry into hockey and NHL trivia.

Julia Vanishes

Egan, Catherine (Author)
Doubleday Canada 2016. 376 pages
First published: 2016
Book type: Novel
 
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Summary: In a world where magic has gone underground and witches are thrown into the river, Julia uses her powers of disappearance to eke out a living as a spy and a thief. But this new job, posing as a maid in a rich and eccentric household, is leading her to some ancient and powerful magic of shapeshifters and other supernatural beings. It will take all her skills, and help from her adoptive family of cons and crooks, to make up for mistakes of the past and do what is right.

P’ésk’a and the First Salmon Ceremony

Ritchie, Scot (Author/Illustrator)
Groundwood Books 2015. 32 pages
First published: 2015
Book type: Picture Book
 
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Summary: It’s the day of the first salmon ceremony, but Péska realizes that the special tray needed for the ceremony has been left behind.

Hate That Cat

Creech, Sharon (Author)
HarperCollins 2010. 152 pages
First published: 2008
Book type: Novel
 
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Summary: Jack is studying poetry again in school, and he continues to write poems reflecting his understanding of famous poems and how they relate to his life.

Love That Dog

Creech, Sharon (Author)
HarperCollins 2008. 106 pages
First published: 2001
Book type: Novel
 
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Summary: A young student, who comes to love poetry through a personal understanding of what different famous poems mean to him, surprises himself by writing his own inspired poem.

First Big Book of the Ocean

National Geographic Society 2013. 128 pages
First published: 2013
Book type: Non-Fiction
 
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Summary: This inviting book introduces young readers to the animals that live in each of four oceans.

George

Gino, Alex (Author)
Scholastic 2015. 200 pages
First published: 2015
Book type: Novel
 
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Summary: When people look at George, they think they see a boy. But she knows she’s not a boy. She knows she’s a girl. George thinks she’ll have to keep this a secret forever. Then her teacher announces that their class play is going to be Charlotte’s Web. George really, really, REALLY wants to play Charlotte. But the teacher says she can’t even try out for the part . . . because she’s a boy. With the help of her best friend, Kelly, George comes up with a plan. Not just so she can be Charlotte — but so everyone can know who she is, once and for all.

The Playbook: 52 Rules to Aim, Shoot, and Score in This Game Called Life

Alexander, Kwame (Author)
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2017. 172 pages
First published: 2017
Book type: Novel
 
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Summary: Kwame Alexander shares poetry and inspiring lessons about the rules of life, as well as uplifting quotes from athletes such as Stephen Curry and Venus Williams and other exemplars like Sonia Sotomayor and Michelle Obama in this motivational and inspirational book just right for graduates of any age and anyone needing a little encouragement.

The Inker’s Shadow

Say, Allen (Author/Illustrator)
Scholastic 2015. 80 pages
First published: 2015
Book type: Non-Fiction
 
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Summary: This memoir recounts the author’s coming-of-age at a military academy, where he endured harsh racism before embarking on a journey to discover himself as a Japanese-American artist.

Lily and Taylor

Moser, Elaine (Author)
Groundwood Books 2013. 192 pages
First published: 2013
Book type: Novel
 
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The Infographic History of the World

Firefly Books 2016. 224 pages
First published: 2016
Book type: Non-Fiction
 
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Gerbil, Uncurled

Hughes, Alison (Author)
Del Rizzo, Suzanne (Illustrator)
Fitzhenry & Whiteside 2015. 32 pages
First published: 2015
Book type: Picture Book
 
Cycle
Elementary
Secondary
 
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Summary: Little Gerbil does her best to follow the Gerbil Motto: Curl Up Nose to Toes.

Ocean and Sea

Parker, Steve (Author)
Scholastic 2012. 112 pages
First published: 2012
Book type: Non-Fiction
 
Cycle
Elementary
Secondary
 
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Summary: This bright, engaging, and detailed compendium of all things marine offers insight into what lives beneath the waves, and those who bob above.

This Is the Earth

Minor, Wendell (Illustrator)
HarperCollins 2016. 36 pages
First published: 2016
Book type: Picture Book
 
Cycle
Elementary
Secondary
 
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Summary: Shows the ways in which humans have affected the environment, ways in which humans can care for the planet, and how every action taken has an impact on the Earth.

Whittington

Armstrong, Alan (Author)
Schindler, S.D. (Illustrator)
Penguin Random House 2006. 196 pages
First published: 2005
Book type: Novel
 
Cycle
Elementary
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Summary: Whittington, a feline descendant of Dick Whittington’s famous cat of English folklore, appears at a rundown barnyard plagued by rats and restores harmony while telling his ancestor’s story.

Journey to Jo’burg: A South African Story

Naidoo, Beverly (Author)
Kopper, Lisa (Illustrator)
HarperCollins 2008. 122 pages
First published: 1985
Book type: Novel
 
Cycle
Elementary
Secondary
 
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Summary: Separated from their mother by the difficult conditions for blacks in South Africa, Naledi and her younger brother travel over 300 kilometers to find her in Johannesburg.

The Gadget Inventor Handbook

Warren, Mike (Author)
Sterling 2017. 64 pages
First published: 2017
Book type: Non-Fiction
 
Cycle
Elementary
Secondary
 
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Summary: This manual for electronic tinkering teaches the use of various tools and skills to create a range of items. Complex illustrations show each step.

The Horse and the Mysterious Drawing

Li Jian (Author/Illustrator)
Tuttle 2014. 42 pages
First published: 2014
Book type: Picture Book
 
Cycle
Elementary
Secondary
 
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Summary: Ah Fu finds a white pony wandering the grassland, that develops a strange pattern on its back after jumping in the Yellow river.

The Emperor’s Nightingale and Other Feathery Tales

Ray, Jane (Author/Illustrator)
Boxer Books 2013. 174 pages
First published: 2013
Book type: Anthology
 
Cycle
Elementary
Secondary
 
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Summary: With this extraordinary collection of stories—each featuring a bird as a central character—Jane Ray has crafted a special gift for children who love to read and be read to. Ray, an internationally renowned picture book artist, retells and stunningly illustrates a rich variety of tales from around the world.

Space

Capstone 2014. 32 pages
First published: 2014
Book type: Non-Fiction
 
Cycle
Elementary
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Summary: Introduces space to readers, including our solar system, other stars, the universe, and space travel.

The Hunter’s Promise: An Abenaki Tale

Bruchac, Joseph (Author)
Farnsworth, Bill (Illustrator)
Wisdom Tales 2015. 32 pages
First published: 2015
Book type: Picture Book
 
Cycle
Elementary
Secondary
 
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Summary: An ancient and unique Abenaki tale of keeping a promise to one’s family and of the proper relationship of humans to the natural world.

How to Look After Your Hamster

Alderton, David (Author)
Anness 2013. 20 pages
First published: 2013
Book type: Non-Fiction
 
Cycle
Elementary
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Summary: This fully illustrated guide to hamster ownership manages to be both thorough and concise—an excellent choice for readers.

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