Montreal author Fanny Britt and illustrator Isabelle Arsenault did not meet until they started collaborating on their first graphic novel, 2012’s Jane, le renard et moi.
Sometimes life requires us to be braver and bolder than we think we can be.
Children’s author Deborah Ellis attended the Toronto International Film Festival premiere of The Breadwinner, an animated film adaptation of her bestselling, award-winning middle grade novel.
Storyteller and children’s author Jan Andrews died on Sept. 2, at the age of 75, after falling down a flight of stairs at a friend’s home earlier in the week.
Erinne Paisley is the author of Can Your Smartphone Change the World?, the first in a new series of nonfiction pop activism books, which encourages and teaches young people to use social media for good
The Ontario Book Publishers Organization has released the findings of a study assessing how much Canadian literature is being taught in the province’s classrooms.
After more than three decades of working with the independent sales rep group Ampersand Inc., Victoria-based children’s press Orca Book Publishers is now handling the function internally.
In her work as a PhD student at University of Toronto and children’s literature teacher at Seneca College, Heba Elsherief has turned her attention toward the representations of Muslim characters in children’s literature.
Working as a clerk at Page and Panel enables Chris Eng to share his extensive comics knowledge and also devote time to writing and publishing books through his HoodieRipper Press.
Penguin Random House imprint Tundra Books has commissioned original art by more than 30 Canadian kidlit illustrators for its anniversary tote bags.