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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 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 The Wardens (Author), Lia Golemba (Illustrator)


Based on the song “Government Cowboy” by Alberta-based band The Wardens, Rocky Mountain Rangers: Guardians of the Wild is an exciting adventure through a national park told in rhyming verse. The illustrations produced from hand-carved … [Click to Read More]

By Pat Hatherly (Author), Jesse Horne (Illustrator)


Alberta Blue is more than just a storytime reader that pays tribute to Alberta’s natural environment—it is a multimedia experience with watercolour paintings by Jesse Horne and the country song version by The Travelling Mabels, … [Click to Read More]

By Meghan J. Ward (Author), Tay Odynski (Illustrator)


Geneva and her parents hike up a mountain to see the view from the top, but Geneva encounters small wonders of nature as they climb. Told through rhyming text with brightly coloured illustrations, this book … [Click to Read More]

By Bertrand Bickersteth (Author)


The Response of Weeds is a collection of poetry that captures the spirit and environment of Alberta, while highlighting the Black experience and Black historical figures. Many of the poems are less than a page … [Click to Read More]