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By Jan Zwicky (Author), Robert V. Moody (Photographer)

Curriculum Connections
English Language Arts
Fine Arts

Sixty-Seven Ontological Studies is a collection of short poems and images meant to evoke feelings on everyday phenomena such as seasons, places, and objects. The black-and-white photographs do not illustrate the poems but offer a … [Click to Read More]

By Chris Craddock (Author)


Puberty is a complicated and sometimes scary part of growing up, but these three plays by Craddock touch on some of the most difficult issues teens might face with thoughtfulness and humour. Each of the … [Click to Read More]

By Patrick Grant (Author)


In The Letters of Vincent van Gogh, Grant examines recurring themes and motifs in the artist’s life and how his circumstances may have affected what he wrote. Each of the book’s three sections deals with … [Click to Read More]

By Eveline Kolijn (Editor)


Reimagining Fire is a blend of art, poetry, and thought-provoking short pieces on humans’ relationship with the environment that range in style from essays to short stories. While many of the chapters touch on climate … [Click to Read More]

By E.D. Blodgett (Author)


Featuring poems in English, French, Cree, Michif, Chinese, and Ukrainian, Poems for a Small Park celebrates the beauty of nature and multiculturalism. Blodgett’s short lyrical poems are complemented by full-colour photos of Edmonton’s natural environment … [Click to Read More]

By Natalie Meisner (Author)


Told through the eyes of an aspiring queer historian, Legislating Love is a play that explores the story of the last Canadian man jailed for being gay. The play is rooted in the facts of … [Click to Read More]

By Adrian Lysenko (Author), Ivanka Theodosia Galadza (Illustrator)


In Five Stalks of Grain, Nadia and Taras face hardship, loss, and grief as they try to survive the Holodomor in Soviet Ukraine. This graphic novel shows the moral struggles faced even by children, in … [Click to Read More]

By Clem Martini (Author), Naneed K. Nenshi (Foreword), Christine Brubaker (Foreword)


Cantata & The Extinction Therapist features two plays: the first is an exploration of wellness and how it impacts our family members, while the next depicts a group therapy session for animals (and a virus) … [Click to Read More]

By Raymond Yakeleya (Author), Samantha Gibbon (Illustrator), Rich Théroux (Illustrator), Antoine Mountain (Illustrator)


The Rainbow, the Midwife & the Birds is a short but welcoming introduction to Dene ways of knowing, complete with gorgeous, colourful illustrations. The artwork makes it an excellent option to add Indigenous perspectives to … [Click to Read More]