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LGBTQ Issues

This series explores what it is to be LGBTQ in the United States today. All books feature personal accounts and quotes from people whose experiences add insight into the book topics. Thoughtful secondary source quotes, studies, and polls are also used.

Light the Sky, Firefly

Fireflies (or lightning bugs) are some the world's most fascinating--and illuminating!--insects. And one many children can find right in their backyards! With a simple story, perfect for read-alouds, and colourful illustrations, this scientific look at a firefly's life-cycle will captivate little entomologists. Informative sidebars are included that let children learn even more about these amazing insects.

Little Bit Spooky, A (Bolt Jr.)

From ghosts to Bigfoot sightings, paranormal topics and urban legends captivate even the most reluctant of readers. With clear text and simple graphics, this series safely introduces children to mysterious topics and invites them to investigate the things that might make their world just a little bit spooky.

Little Island, The

There was once a farm where all the animals were friends. Together they looked after the farm and each other. It wasn’t perfect and they didn’t always agree (animals almost never do). But the Geese have hatched a plan to leave the farm . . . will life be perfect for them now? A powerful modern-day fable for our times told with humour and warmth, and most importantly, hope. A story of building bridges not barriers, respect not resentment, and of finding friendship, not fear.

Little Killers: The Ferocious Lives of Puny Predators

Nature’s creatures can be ferocious! Lions and sharks leave many animals running scared. But some predators may be hunting beneath your feet or above your head-and you don’t know they’re there. Meet some of the most successful predators on Earth: little killers.These small creatures can have a big impact. They change ecosystems, control pests, and even take down much larger prey. Tiny predators use adaptations including poisons, strong jaws, and social groups hunt. From pteropods to driver ants,

Luna's Green Pet

Luna longs for a pet but the apartment building where she and her family live has a very strict NO PETS! policy. Not even goldfish are allowed. While her friends try to help with alternate pet suggestions, none interest Luna. Almost ready to give up, Luna spies in the trash something small, something green, something someone has discarded--a wilted plant. Perfect! Luna names her new pet Stephanie, confident she can nurse the plant back to health. When others question Stephanie's suitability as a

Make Way for Animals!: A World of Wildlife Crossings

Around the world, city highways and country roads have cut through natural spaces. Wild animals are blocked from the resources they need to survive, or must make dangerous crossings across busy roads to get to them. Fortunately, solving this problem has inspired some creative solutions! Take a tour of wildlife crossings across the globe, from grassy badger bridges to underpasses for elephants. Discover how these inventive pathways have saved both animal and human lives and helped preserve ecosys

Math Adventures: Level 2 (Grasshopper Books)

Math Adventures introduces beginning readers to early math concepts with familiar themes, bright illustrations, and visual equations. Readers will learn the concepts of telling time, counting money, measuring, recognizing shapes and patterns, and solving word problems along with relatable main characters. With a focus on math curriculum standards, sight words, tightly controlled vocabulary, repetitive text patterns and sounds, and vibrant illustrations to match the storylines, children will lear

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!

Media Bias: What Is It and Why Does It Matter?

Media bias can take many different forms. It can be seen in stories that favour one side over another. It can be seen in story placement. It can even be seen in whether a story gets covered at all. This book examines what media bias looks like, the damage it can do, and the efforts of news organizations to both ensure fairness and counter sometimes-exaggerated claims of bias by politicians.