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Canada's Hockey Greats  

Canadians invented ice hockey during the 1800s, and Canadian players have excelled in the sport ever since. Some of the best players have led their teams to Stanley Cups and Olympic gold medals. Other have changed the game with their amazing skills. Yet many began the same way as kids today: on frozen ponds across the country. Learn about your favourite hockey players from yesterday and today in Canada’s Hockey Legends.

Canadian Structures (True North)  

From coast to coast, Canada is filled with marvels of modern-day architecture and engineering. Canadian Structures takes readers on a tour of different structures across the country, exploring where, how, and why they were built. Readers also will learn more about the scientific and technological forces acting upon the structure.

Cooking School

This series dishes out an elementary overview of world cuisines and their connections to geography and culture. While bold photos showcase the dishes of various regions, accessible text highlights common ingredients and cooking tools. Each title includes three kid-friendly recipes for young chefs to make, encouraging sequential learning and hands-on immersion.

Dating Down

At Caf Ä Hex, Samantha Henderson can imagine being the person she really wants to be. It's her place to daydream about going to art school and getting away from her politician father. It's her place to imagine opening herself up to a new kind of connection, away from her family and the drama of high school. Enter X—the boy she refuses to name. He's older, edgy, bohemian . . . in short, everything she thinks she needs. Her family and friends try to warn her that there may be more to him than she

Do You Really Want to Meet...?

Those animals in the zoo look cute and cuddly . . . but what if you met them face-to-face in the wild? How do they behave in their own habitats? Imagine yourself a future biologist as the characters make firsthand observations of the wild animals that are more dangerous than they look!

Être Canadien (Vrai nord)  

Plusieurs facteurs façonnent notre identité canadienne en constante évolution. Peu importe nos origines ou nos croyances culturelles, il est important que tous les Canadiens se sentent acceptés. La série Être Canadien explore l’essence de la signification d’être Canadien et examine comment chacun tout le monde peut faire de ce pays un meilleur endroit à vivre.

Farm Animals

Young readers take a tour of the farm through the eyes of the animals that live there. Told from the perspective of the animals as well as an outside narrator, these titles explore the lives and features of farm animals, offer fun facts about them, and show different breeds from around the world. The books also explain food and other products that the animals provide.

Freaky Nature

Truth is stranger than fiction, right? Find out where you can uncover real-life vampires and zombies. Learn about crazy mutations, and discover animals with amazing super powers. They may seem like stories from comic books, but you might find these freaky plants and animals in your own backyard.

Gathering Deep

Chloe Sabourin's world was turned upside down three times over when she learned that the unspeakable murders in her native New Orleans—the ones that nearly claimed the life of her friend Lucy—were committed by her own mother, the dark witch Thisbe. Moving on from that is the toughest thing she's ever had to do. Now a new series of ritualistic killings suggests that Thisbe is plotting again. Chloe seeks help from the mysterious Mama Legba, even though she's unsure whether or not she can trust the

Happily Ever After

Beautiful princesses, evil queens, dark curses, talking animals, and magical fairy godmothers—they all make for good stories, but what makes fairy tales special? This series introduces the classic elements of the fairy tale genre in doses small enough for young readers to study, helping them to master the form on their own. A concluding fill-in-the-blank story based on the concepts presented throughout each book invites budding writers to customize their own fairy tales and imagine how each epis