On Feb. 28, Running the Goat, Books & Broadsides will publish To See the Stars, a historical YA novel set in Newfoundland and New York City, by the late Jan Andrews.
Vancouver-based non-fiction publisher Greystone Books has announced the launch of Greystone Kids.
The Festival of Literary Diversity is launching a spinoff festival that will focus on children’s literature.
After her six-year journey of writing and publishing, Raughley reflects on what’s she learned about herself, her characters, and the industry
The IBBY Canada hopes that libraries will add the books to their collections and that librarians, educators, and readers will share the list.
Firefly Books editorial director Steve Cameron describes CBC’s Scout & the Gumboot Kids preschool TV show as “Wes Anderson–level stop motion animation meets really great nature facts.”
Q&Q’s Books for Young People editor shares her favourite children’s titles of 2018.
Librarians, book bloggers, and booksellers on some of the best children’s books of the year.
Robert Chafe’s Shiny and New and Bernice Morgan’s Seasons Before the War began as Christmas concerts.
Vespa has spent her career in library services and in public sector leadership roles, including most recently as director of library services for the Mississauga Library System