How should school libraries deal with complaints about their books?
Booksellers, wholesalers, and librarians wait to see how the Liberals’ cash infusion will play out
How a scholarly study could affect future textbook adoptions
How teaching led to a string of successful YA novels
Should Access Copyright be arguing its case to six-year-olds?
How a small online writers’ group became a miniature publishing phenomenon
School librarians may have to tread carefully, but teens are hungry for books about sex
Canada’s textbook market waits for the shoe to drop
Are series titles pushing out standalone kids’ fiction?
Are levelled books crowding out a fuller range of reading for kids?
Publishers and authors are finding creative methods to get their books into school libraries
Teresa Toten brings some colour to Canadian kidlit
Why arts funding should support anthologies
The Montreal children’s publisher Lobster Press has filed suit against the Department of Canadian Heritage after being denied funding last… Read More »
Could adult readers save YA literature?
A Toronto teen’s ambitious YA fantasy trilogy
Finally, a sensible approach to teaching kids to read
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I have, in my box of neat old family stuff, a programme from a Chautauqua held in June 1927 in… Read More »
Following is an excerpt from the luncheon address at the Reading for the Love of It conference, sponsored by the… Read More »
In the school basement, teacher Eric Neighbour has just opened a box of broken toys. His 14 students crowd around,… Read More »
University and high-school teachers alike could do their jobs better if they knew more about each other. First-year students are… Read More »
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Recently, I embarked on a search of I multicultural children’s books for the winter holidays. I was looking for non-religious… Read More »