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.
Check back regularly for new online events and readings by children’s authors and illustrators.
Child psychologist and author Jillian Roberts on one of the best tools parents have to get kids through times of crisis.
Seven creators were scheduled to visit communities across the country.
Canadian Women Now and Then tops this month’s list.
The crucial gathering for children’s publishers had been previously rescheduled for May 4 from March 30.
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