The best children’s non-fiction, series, and international titles due from Canadian publishers this fall.
More preteens, more problems: Life’s never easy for fictitious middle-graders, but the characters in these new novels are endlessly resourceful.
She persisted: This fall’s YA books feature young women with a cause, on a mission, or (in one case) plagued with leprosy.
Authors new to kidlit go to some intense and moody places.
Explore history, geography, art, nature, family, community, and more in this season’s illustrated books.
Prolific kidlit artist Qin Leng joins the ranks of author-illustrators with her picture book, I Am Small (Kids Can, Oct.).
Blood lines David Chariandy, whose widely acclaimed second novel, Brother, won the 2017 Rogers Writers’ Trust Fiction Prize, turns his… Read More »
New novels, story collections, and poetry.
Reconciling stories This season, two books from seasoned writers take very different approaches to their investigations into Indigenous culture and… Read More »