Mii maanda ezhi-gkendmaanh
This is How I Know
By Brittany Luby, Pictures by Joshua Mangeshig Pawis-Steckley
Written in Anishinaabemowin and English, this book follows a young girl and her grandmother as they explore their land and observe all the changes the seasons bring to their home. The story reveals the love they have for nature and for each other. On brightly illustrated pages, children can search and find animals in their habitats, insects and plant life, and observe the lifestyles of the people who live around the Great Lakes.
The Happy Book
By Andy Rash
(Penguin Random House)
In this vividly illustrated comic-style book, we follow Camper as he manoeuvres his way through happy, sad, angry and scared emotions. The characters he encounters explain their feelings as he tries to make his way back to his happy place. A uniquely fun way to open up conversations about different moods, and solutions to problems, with children aged 3 to 7.
Charlie Thorne and The Lost City
By Stuart Gibbs
(Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers)
In her second adventure, 13-year-old Charlie Thorne takes on the Amazon in search of a treasure discovered by Charles Darwin. Not only does she hold the key to a potential world threat, now she is trying to crack a clue that is hidden somewhere in the jungle. With enemies close behind, she must team up with her brother who works for the CIA. Readers aged 10 and up will love this fast-paced fun adventure, as Charlie uses science, history, and geography to help uncover new secrets.
The Memory Thief
Thirteen Witches Book One
By Jodi Lynn Anderson
Rosie has a huge imagination and loves to write. It’s the only thing that brings her comfort as she looks after her mom who has forgotten how to live. When Rosie gets frustrated and decides to abandon her stories, she uncovers a spiritual world that exists around her. Her best friend and a lonely ghost help her to become the next Witch Hunter, all while trying to save her mom. A fun page-turning adventure for fantasy lovers aged 8 to 12.