Made with illustrator Paul Hammond, Gary the Seagull features an exasperated beach bird with a passing resemblance to a certain SCTV actor
Though Leona Trainer may not be an immediately recognizable name to people outside the Canadian publishing industry – and the… Read More »
Don’t Stand So Close to Me tackles the world as it is right now: remote learning, physical distancing, quarantining, and the closing of all non-essential services.
The story, which is aimed at seven- to nine-year-old children, is a fairy tale set in an imaginary land – and is totally unrelated to Rowling’s other works.
Denise Anderson, Scholastic Canada’s director of marketing and publicity, shares behind-the-scenes details about the campaign for the blockbuster The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, which launched officially May 19.
OLA has partnered with CBC Books for a 40-minute online award ceremony, which will take the place of the three-day, multiple city event.
Kevin Sylvester emcees the festival’s launch video and introduces the authors and illustrators taking part in this year’s online event.
When Buffy Sainte-Marie welcomed Siamese kittens Penuche (named for the fudge) and Anderson Cooper (named for the, well, you know)… Read More »
“Particularly coming out of the pandemic, non-fiction at school and at home and edutainment is going to see a lift,” KCP president Lisa Lyons Johnston says.
From the Stars in the Sky to the Fish in the Sea is featured as part of Andrews new audio storytelling podcast Julie’s Library.