You can browse our books easily with any of the following filters, hover over the filters or their titles to see their descriptions.
Or you can use quick search or switch to advanced search for better results...
It?s a dark night. Wolf Cub feels lonely and sad. Can she overcome her fear and find her voice to sing for Grandmother Moon?
The Women Innovators series examines the lives and important contributions of women to STEM fields, providing age-appropriate content, aligned to curriculum standards, and adds colourful side bars, a glossary, and a listing of additional resources which enhances the learning experience.
Extraordinary women are changing the world! They are leaders shaping the way we think about science, business, design, politics, and more. This biography series for early readers uses informative text and engaging features to highlight remarkable women at the forefront of their fields.
The Women Who Changed the World series profiles inspiring, influential women who challenged stereotypes, overcame barriers, and opened doors. Some were first women in their fields. Some rose to the top of companies (and nations) previously run by men. Some were activists, some were queens, some quietly did their jobs and had a lasting impact. Each book profiles 12 living and historical diverse women whose accomplishments in their field changed the world.
Powerful role models come from all walks of life. And these titles highlight some of the best female role models around. This hi/lo series is the perfect choice for studies integrating knowledge and ideas. Using infographics and fun text, Women Who Rock will inform and inspire while pushing readers to think critically about the world around them.
Young readers will be captivated by these titles that explore vehicles throughout history. Accessible text is complemented by large-scale, vibrant illustrations that include abundant captions. As the machines and their uses are described, readers will also learn how technological innovations progressed over time.
Based on an actual story, a girl with cerebral palsy feels trapped in her body and unable to communicate. It causes her to grunt in anger, scaring off children and making it impossible to make friends. When her art teacher straps a paintbrush to her head, the children nickname her “Woodpecker Girl.” But the girl begins to paint her thoughts and feelings and her talent bursts through. Illustrator Huang mimicked the girl’s style for the book and the girl’s real paintings are displayed in the backm
Learning about word families is an essential skill for helping young readers become familiar with both the sounds and the spellings of words. These silly animal stories highlight common rhyming words with endings that are spelled the same way. A fun way to introduce kids to phonics and early literacy skills.
With more than 3 million copies sold, the Words Are CATegorical® series is back to celebrate its 20th anniversary. Featuring a fresh design, updated back matter, and new Try It! features, the series offers even more support for budding grammarians.
People go to work every day throughout Canada. Whether you live in a small town or a big city, on a farm or in the suburbs, there are all kinds of jobs you can do. Working in Canadian Communities will tell you more about the people who live and work in different parts of Canada and the types of jobs you can find there.