Written by Karen Levine, the book has won numerous awards and has been beloved and studied over the past 18 years, telling the story of siblings George and Hana Brady in the 1930s and the Japanese educator who sought out their story in 2000.
The Hans Christian Andersen Illustrator Award recognizes artists who have made an “important, lasting contribution to children’s literature.”
The Toronto author released four thoughtful and entertaining children’s books and an award-nominated novel for adults in 2019
Can you name the last Canadian book you handed to your child, teen, or student?
The Montreal publishing house plans to release two books a year, starting with ABC MTL.
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.