The CCBC will distribute 550,000 copies of the 1983 classic about a boy who is not going to go to bed quietly.
The status of IRL summer camp is uncertain, so these Canadian kidlit books may end up being the best way to get a sleep-away fix while sheltering at home.
Graphic novels for children have become a powerful force in the literary landscape, reaping never-before-seen honours and outstanding sales figures.
“I Value Canadian Stories” dedicated to children’s and YA writing, featuring authors such as Eric Walters, David Robertson, and Sylvia McNicoll.
Bloom Digital Media crafts interactive stories with plots you twist yourself, making decisions for the protagonist via your mobile device.
A group of Canadian creators who all have new picture books publishing in 2020 are banding together to get the word out.
The Guelph writer became known for changing the way children with disabilities were portrayed
Canada’s Isabelle Arsenault is nominated for the prestigious biennial illustration award.
The children’s author wanted to create an audio-only space where silly stories and nonsense poems could offer a 10-minute distraction from the chaos.
Association of Canadian Publishers and Access Copyright have waived licensing fees for the time that schools and libraries are closed.