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Book Review: Ferdinand Uses the Potty by Jay Tucker, Illustrated by D.E. West

Reassurance for bed-wetters and those with potty fears. Read More »

Book Review: Tooga: The Story of a Polar Bear by Shirley Woods, Illustrated by Muriel Wood

An educational adventure story that blends polar bear facts and fiction. Read More »

Book Review: Cromwell Dixon’s Sky-Cycle by John Abbott Nez

This boy has more gumption than a gopher! Read More »

Book Review: Humberto, the Bookworm Hamster by Mayra Calvani, Illustrated by Kit Grady

Books or friends, books or friends, books or friends...? Read More »

Book Review: Tickle Tut’s Toes (Touch the Art Series) by Julie Appel and Amy Guglielmo

High-brow yet funky educational board books for the young art-set. Read More »

Book Review: Alfred Nobel: The Man Behind the Peace Prize by Kathy-Jo Wargin, Illustrated by Zachary Pullen

Seize the moment! Explore the history of the Nobel Peace Prize together with your children. Read More »

Book Review: P is for Pinata: A Mexico Alphabet by Tony Johnston, Illustrated by John Parra

National Hispanic Heritage month is drawing to a close, but it's not too late to dig into some educational reading! Read More »

Book Review: Fireflies by Julie Brinckloe

This classic Reading Rainbow selection is still going strong thanks to evocative writing that captures the spirit of childhood. Read More »

Book Review: The Listeners (Tales of Young Americans Series) by Gloria Whelan, Illustrated by Mike Benny

Whelan strikingly captures the turning point of slavery in America through the eyes of a young girl. Read More »

Book Review: M is for Maple: A Canadian Alphabet by Mike Ulmer, Illustrated by Melanie Rose

A modern classic in both alphabet books and Canadiana for kids. Read More »