Customers who buy a book from Amazon.ca between now and Oct. 23 will be taking part in a new initiative that will put $100,000 worth of new books into the hands of children this holiday season.
When Ann Connor Brimer and Brian and Liz Crocker opened Woozles in 1978, there were no bookstores for children in Halifax.
Something magical happens when L.M. Montgomery–obsessed readers get together.
Since 2016’s Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls, the market has been enriched with a deluge of female-empowerment books aimed at young readers.
Publisher Margie Wolfe discusses the new book All About Anne illustrated by Huck Scarry, Holocaust literature for children, and her personal connection to Anne’s story
The Festival of Literary Diversity is hosting a full day of authors and performers on Sept. 29 at Brampton’s Shopper’s World Mall.
Penguin Random House Canada imprint Tundra Books launches StoriesTime, a four-week-long video reading series in Instagram Stories.
Mabel’s Fables marks its 30th anniversary on September 22, with special guests, sales, scavenger hunts, and more.
A crowd and author favourite, the day-long, outdoor children’s book festival takes place at Westfield Heritage Village in Rockford, Ont., on Sept. 16.
Award-winning children’s book creators Kenneth Oppel and Sydney Smith talk about collaboration on their new title, Inkling – about an inkblot that escapes a sketchbook and shakes up a family of three – as well as tough topics in the book and what they would ask the inkblot to do for them.