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Indigenous peoples have played an influential role in Canadian history and continue to do so today. From the past and into the future, Indigenous Life in Canada reveals the challenges Indigenous peoples face, celebrates their diverse cultures, and highlights the contributions they make in Canada.
Part of the Canada's Changing Climate: Problems and Solutions series - Canada is a big country with a diverse climate. This series investigates the impact of climate change on our people, place and lifestyle. Explore how you can help and adapt to climate change in Canada.
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.
Inner is about a young girl on her journey to question the universe about the secrets of life. The questions she poses to the universe, ""Is there any kindness in the world? I’m looking for kindness,"" can only be found and answered from within herself. She continues her journey around the world, questioning trees, animals, plants, and water. Each time, the universe answers back to the little girl, ""Go Inner."" At the end of her journey, she builds up enough confidence and wisdom to understand
Intolerance and Violence in Society explores the many ways that intolerance and violence continue to permeate our society, providing history behind why these problems exist and showing what people today are doing to help. Readers will learn about racial and cultural intolerance, religious intolerance, LGBTQ intolerance, sexual violence, and online bullying.
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.
This inspiring series explores the lives of amazing women who have changed the world, from scientists and activists to writers and artists. Each illustrated graphic novel takes young readers through the hardships and triumphs of real women, featuring Rosa Parks, Marie Curie, Ida B. Wells, Dolly Parton, Amelia Earhart, and Shirley Chisholm.
ItÎs never too early to develop the character traits within us. This engaging book identifies the many ways children can show bravery. Written in simple, easy-to-read rhyming words with vibrant, diverse, and relatable photos, this book helps children understand and develop their awareness of what it means to be brave.
Whether round and crunchy like a kimchi pancake or pinched and plump like a kimchi dumpling, there are so many ways to enjoy this Korean traditional dish. Explore the different ways to eat kimchi in this fun, rhyming tale that also teaches the days of the week. Korean-American author-illustrator Erica Kim shares her pride in her delicious cultural food through her cut paper art technique. The Hanji paper that is used to illustrate the book comes from a paper mulberry tree native to Korea. This b
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