The Victoria, B.C., author’s talk was cancelled when a parent took issue with the fact that Harvey Milk was included in her new book; although the school board tells a different story.
Cole Pauls’s Dakwäkãda Warriors is a comic collection for Indigenous youth in his hometown of Haines Junction, Yukon.
In her thriller, The Athena Protocol, the novelist and film director acknowledges the consequences of violence, even when it’s for a good cause
Varennes, Quebec, children’s publisher Comme des géants has distinguished itself on the world stage in just five years.
Eldon Yellowhorn and Kathy Lowinger, the duo behind Turtle Island: The Story of North America’s First History, return with What the Eagle Sees: Indigenous Stories of Rebellion and Renewal.
This fall, two influential poets are being celebrated in picture books: Louise Bennett Coverley in Nadia L. Hohn’s A Likkle Miss Lou and Rita Joe in I’m Finding My Talk, a response poem by Rebecca Thomas.
Wayde Compton reimagined his 1999 short story about a protagonist who escapes the Great Swamp of Ink and journeys north along a blue brick path as a graphic novel, drawn by April dela Noche Milne.
Twenty years ago, Groundwood Books published Stella, Star of the Sea, introducing readers to Marie-Louise Gay’s unforgettable sibling duo: the… Read More »
The YouTube channel will feature author interviews, read-alongs, illustrator demonstrations, book trailers, reviews, and more.
Books by Kenneth Oppel, Jonathan Auxier, Kyo Maclear, Faith Erin Hicks, and more will be read and voted on by students in Ontario.