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By Abu Bakr al Rabeeah (Author), Winnie Yeung (Author)


Homes: A Refugee Story takes us into the experience of Abu Bakr al Rabeeah, a young man who had to flee Syria as violence became an everyday occurrence. Written with his English language arts teacher, … [Click to Read More]

By Anna Marie Sewell (Author)


Hazel is a private investigator searching for missing Indigenous girls and women alongside her shapeshifting companion, Spider, in a compelling story of what it means to be human and the importance of being humane. Written … [Click to Read More]

By Lynda Partridge (Author), Dave Nicholson (Illustrator)


Told through the perspective of 11-year-old Lillian, Lillian & Kokomis highlights the importance of self-acceptance and community through this young girl’s experience with the foster care system. While this story could introduce early learners to … [Click to Read More]

By Cora J. Voyageur (Author)


My Heroes Have Always Been Indians showcases a collection of 100 Indigenous people—past and present—who excel in every field, from business to art and more. A diverse expression of Indigenous excellence, this book features a … [Click to Read More]

By Cheryl Foggo (Author)


In Pourin’ Down Rain, Cheryl Foggo outlines her experience growing up in Calgary as a young Black woman. She discusses the Black experience and racism in Alberta through her family’s own experiences, with an open … [Click to Read More]

By Payne Many Guns (Author), Crystal Many Fingers (Author), Sheena Potts (Author), Latasha Calf Robe (Author), Tim Fox (Author), Marlene Yellow Horn (Author), DerRic Starlight (Author)


Siksikaitsitapi is a collection of seven tales from Blackfoot Elders, authors, and artists, which showcases the strong historical roots of Blackfoot culture and language while celebrating the continued nation members and teachings. With brightly coloured … [Click to Read More]

By Rich Théroux (Author), Rich Théroux (Illustrator)

Curriculum Connections
Fine Arts
English Language Arts

Combining poetry, literature, art, and QR code ink animations, The River Troll paints the picture of a teacher seeking to connect with his students, and his musings on the world around him. The author combines … [Click to Read More]

By Raymond Yakeleya (Author), Deborah Desmarais (Illustrator)


The Tree by the Woodpile is the first book in the Spirit of Nature series, and comprises three stories. The first and longest story, “The Tree by the Woodpile,” is about a young Dene boy … [Click to Read More]