The twin book bloggers spoke with Q&Q about YA fiction and co-writing Sisters of the Snake.
The aim is to find writing that reflects the experience of Indigenous peoples in Canada.
Students in Grades 4–8 are encouraged to submit an original story of fact or fiction, prose or poetry.
This spring, an actor, filmmaker, and musician each step away from their day jobs to publish personal #ownvoices books aimed at young readers.
In the picture book, one tree is childlike, full of wonder and questions, and the other is older and wiser.
Launched in 2020, I Read Canadian Day is a nationwide celebration of Canadian literature for young readers.
The store closes after nearly 35 years in operation at the end of January.
The annual list highlights the best in children’s literature from around the world.
Secrets of the Hotel Maisonneuve (Nevermore) features a kid detective on an old-fashioned treasure hunt, so when it came time to promote the book, it seemed only natural for Levangie to leave a trail of hidden messages himself.
“Our hope is that this marks the beginning of many new and exciting relationships that will last well after the mentorships are completed.”