The news that Toronto’s beloved independent children’s bookstore Mabel’s Fables is facing a rent increase of 70 per cent, which would force it to shutter, has led to an outpouring of support.
To celebrate the 40th anniversary of Robert Munsch and Michael Martchenko’s beloved story, 750 stores, libraries, and schools are hosting events
In March 2020, the CCBC’s main collection will move to Ryerson University Library in Toronto while a second identical archived collection will go to the Hamilton Public Library.
Publishers, rights coordinators, agents, and more are all changing travel plans and meeting schedules, while wondering if the festival will be cancelled outright
The friends chatted about writing as a duo, the new generation of LGBTQ2S+ advocates, and why the time is right for writers to be proud of that other misunderstood identity: Canadian.
My Summer of Love and Misfortune follows the social misadventures of wild New Jersey high-school senior Iris Wang, who is sent to Beijing to learn how to be Chinese.
Four new spring releases provide the language, questions, and role models necessary for raising engaged citizens.
The father-daughter graphic-novel collaboration is about a dog that finds a skeleton, featuring references from Shakespeare.
Wattpad’s publishing program selects serialized stories from the site to develop into print titles, hoping to leverage the reading app’s incredibly loyal user base into serious sales numbers.
In its inaugural year, this books for young people initiative overcame a non-existent budget and labour strikes to make a day that celebrates Canadian authors and illustrators.