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Tabitha is thrilled to be attending a summer forensics camp, even if she has to go with her sort-of friend Mason. Soon she is learning to dust for fingerprints, photograph a crime scene and take footprint impressions. Even though the camp instructors have set up a ôcrimeö for the kids to solve, Tabitha longs to use her newfound skills to solve a real-life mystery. She's pretty sure a dognapping ring is active in her Montreal neighbourhood, and when her beloved dog, Roxie, is stolen, she convince
Howard and Cate travel through time in this fantasy novel for middle-grade readers.
Bonjour, Messieurs et Mesdames les dentistes! Bonjour, Messieurs et Mesdames les enseignants! La collection Graines de savoir offre à nos plus jeunes lecteurs une parfaite introduction aux aides communautaires bien utiles. Écrite d'un ton sympathique et jovial, illustrée de nombreuses photos, cette collection adaptée aux plus jeunes nous explique comment ces métiers sont utiles à toute la communauté. Cette collection documentaire sème les premières graines de savoir!
Bonjour, Jupiter et Neptune! Bonjour, Mercure et Vénus! La collection Graines de savoir offre à nos plus jeunes lecteurs une parfaite introduction aux huit planètes de notre système solaire. Écrite d'un ton sympathique et jovial, illustrée de nombreuses photos, cette collection adaptée aux plus jeunes constitue un premier contact avec les noms et les caractéristiques des planètes, ainsi qu'avec leur position par rapport au Soleil. Chaque ouvrage s'achève sur une photo accompagnée de mots-clés qu
Poor Harry can't get rid of his hiccups in this charming picture book written by Jean Little.
In this novel for teens, Dee and her younger brother, Eddie, make a run for the Canadian border when their father disappears and social workers start snooping around their Arizona home.
In this novel for teens, Jolene copes with her brother's disappearance by playing his guitars and shutting herself away from the world.
Fifteen-year-old Pam is assaulted when she and her twin brother, Danny, are walking home through the woods. Danny is frozen with fear and does nothing; luckily, Pam is rescued by a woman out walking her dog. Pam deals with the trauma by isolating herself while Danny struggles with the shame of not protecting his sister. His shame is compounded by their father's contempt, and Danny decides to redeem himself by finding Pam's attacker. In the process, he discovers a family secret, and Pam connects
Books in this series will each examine different groups that have immigrated to Canada throughout Canadian history, including when, where, and why they settled. What was life like for immigrants when they arrived, and how did it change for subsequent generations? Books will also explore the groups' contributions to Canadian society and culture, and highlight key figures from history.
Fish and herons, turtles and dragonflies, beaver lodges and lily pads—a multitude of wonders enchant the child-narrator, her loving grandpa and any other nature lovers along for the ride in this tender, beautifully illustrated picture book. Baby ducklings ride their mama's back; an osprey rises with a silver fish clutched in her talons; a loon cries in a star-flecked night. Rhythmic, rhyming quatrains carry the story forward in clean paddle strokes of evocative imagery.