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After a fight with her best friend, Lizzy, Hanna learns how to see things from another person’s perspective.
La fondation du Canada est remplie de périls et de défis. Les livres de la série Bienvenue en Nouvelle-France fournissent un guide complet sur ce qu'était la vie en Nouvelle-France. Les lecteurs apprendront comment se déroulaient la prospection et l'établissement des colonies, et à quoi ressemblait la vie durant cette période historique, qui s'étend du début des années 1500 jusqu'au XIXe siècle.
In this historical fiction for teens, Christina and Daniel struggle to survive when the steamship Asia goes down in a violent storm.
In this illustrated novel for middle-grade readers, Billy Stuart and his loyal scout group get lost on a hike and, inadvertently, travel through time. Brightly illustrated and enhanced with games and puzzles throughout, Billy Stuart and the Zintrepids is sure to amuse readers of all ages.
In this gritty young adult novel, Réal struggles with his guilt over a friend's violent death and his feelings for the dead boy's pregnant girlfriend.
Jessica struggles with retrograde amnesia after she is injured by a bison on her family's ranch.
Eight teens are dropped off on a remote west-coast island for a week-long treatment program called INTRO (Into Nature to Renew Ourselves). The story is told by two of them: Alice, whose police-officer mother believes Alice might have a substance-abuse problem, and Caleb, who assaulted his abusive stepfather. They are joined by six other miscreants and three staff: a psychologist, a social worker and an ex-cop. On the first night, one of the girls disappears from her cabin. There is a panicked se
When Britain declared war on Germany in 1914, Canada sent a volunteer force. As the war progressed, however, reinforcements were needed. Quebec resisted, for demographic reasons, but there were larger questions as well: 'To speak of defending French civilization in Europe while harrying it in America seems to us an absurd inconsistency,' wrote Henri Bourassa in August 1916. Bitterness and division were the product of poor government handling. Granatstein also explores how conscription did not go
Readers will enjoy a day in the life of a cow named Buttercup in this poetic and heartwarming picture book.