Inhabit’s mandate is expanding, but the press remains passionately committed to its original mission: recording the oral stories of Inuit elders.
In the Saskatchewan writer’s novels, young protagonists in the North come to understand themselves through the land and dog-sledding
Anticipated YA and middle-grade fiction from the 2019 fall preview.
For Alis the Aviator: An ABC Aviation Adventure, Patel constructed a variety of paper airplanes
The Canadian Children’s book Centre has chosen My Heart Fills with Happiness as this year’s pick for the TD Grade One Book Giveaway
First-time picture-book illustrator Rachel Wada conducted extensive research in order to create the artwork in The Phone Booth in Mr. Hirota’s Garden, inspired by a unique response to the grief over the Tohoku tsunami.
High school student Nyah Nichol beat out dozens of adults and published authors to win a $1,000 cash prize and a publishing contract
Greystone publisher Rob Sanders talks about the launch of Greystone Kids.
Physicist Chris Ferrie aims to make quantum physics more approachable with his Seussian narrative poem The Cat in the Box.
In January, Rose Vespa joined the Canadian Children’s Book Centre as the new executive director, a position that oversees some of the country’s most important kidlit programs