Browse Our Books

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...


Equity & Diversity (79 series)

Indigenous Peoples’ Contributions to Canada (True North)  

This series will examine the contributions of Indigenous Peoples to Canada, in the topic areas given. The books will touch on the contributions of individuals, such as famous or noteworthy Indigenous People who contributed in these areas, as well as more general ideas or events, such as the sport of lacrosse in the Sports book.

Isabel and Her Colores Go to School

English, with its blustery blues and whites, just feels wrong to Isabel. She prefers the warm oranges and pinks of Spanish. As she prepares for class at a new school, she knows she's going to have to learn--and she would rather not! Her first day is uncomfortable, until she discovers there's more than one way to communicate with friends. This is a universal story about feeling new and making new friends.

Knockout, The

Seventeen-year-old Muay Thai fighter Kareena Thakkar’s world is turned upside down when she learns she’s landed an invitation to the US Open, which could lead to a spot on the first-ever Muay Thai Olympics team. But to make it to the US Open, she has to come clean about being a Muay Thai fighter-a sport that her traditional Indian community deems too violent for girls-and own her destiny.

Know Your Rights: And Claim Them

Adults are aware of their universal human rights of freedom and equality, but children often are ignorant of the rights they possess before reaching the age of majority. Enter Know Your Rights, written in partnership with Amnesty International, Angelina Jolie, and Geraldine Van Bueren QC. This book details the rights promised in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, starting with the history of child rights, and providing a clear description of the types of child rights, the

Little Blue Readers: How I Feel (Level 2)

People experience a wide range of emotions. These high-interest texts foster emotional intelligence in young readers, exploring common causes, responses, and coping skills to various emotions. Each book includes easy-to-read text and vibrant photos, making this series a great choice for beginning readers.

Louis Helps Ajani Fight Racism

Ajani loves having parents from both Jamaica and Denmark. But when a classmate makes a racist comment, Ajani is crushed. Louis the Helper Hound helps Ajani feel proud of his heritage and fight racism.

Max and Friends

Starting school brings more than one change for Max. Meeting new friends and choosing a new name help Max reveal his identity as a trans boy. Join Max and his friends on their fun adventures!

Me + Tree

A young girl and an old tree learn from each other how to find their purpose and foster healing in the world.

My Dragon Boat Festival

Every year a boy and his parents travel back to their hometown to celebrate the Dragon Boat Festival. It’s a wondrous time for the boy, as he learns Chinese traditions from his grandparents. He always leaves with only one wish-to return next year.

My Itty-Bitty Bio (My Early Library)

The My Itty-Bitty Bio series are biographies for the earliest readers. These books examine the lives of famous historical men and women in a simple, age-appropriate way that will help children develop word recognition and reading skills. Includes a timeline and other informative backmatter.