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Better Together

Mix anything together and who knows what you’ll get.

You may create something wonderfully different! Water and flour make a sticky paste perfect for arts and crafts. And what can be better than mixing ...

Big or Little?

By Kathy Stinson
Illustrated by Toni Goffe
Categories: Children's Fiction

When you’re really young, it can be tough to figure out if you’re a little kid or big kid. So it is for one boy named Toby, who sometimes feels big, like when he pours his own milk, but sometimes ...

A Pocket Can Have a Treasure in it

By Kathy Stinson
Illustrated by Deirdre Betteridge
Categories: Children's Fiction

Celebrated children’s writer Kathy Stinson explores “what’s-in-what” concepts for young children.

With a chorus of questions that encourage interaction, children will delight in playing with the ...

Algo Bueno

By Robert Munsch
Illustrated by Michael Martchenko
Categories: Children's Fiction

Tyya’s dad won’t buy anything good at the store—no ice cream, no candy, no cookies. But when the saleslady puts a price sticker on Tyya’s nose, Daddy is finally forced to buy something good.   ...

My Arctic 1,2,3

Whether you’re a returning guest or a first-time visitor, enter My Arctic 1, 2, 3 and explore Michael Kusugak’s world of animals and adventure in the Arctic Circle.

On each two-page spread, discover ...

Red is Best (Annikin Miniature Edition)

By Kathy Stinson
Illustrated by Robin Baird Lewis
Categories: Children's Fiction
Series: Annikin

The little girl in this simple but exuberant story knows that red barrettes are best, “because they make my hair laugh. ”

About the Annikin Series: Annikins are mini books made especially for children—small ...

Millicent and the Wind (Annikin Miniature Edition)

The wind brings Millicent a hoped-for friend.

The Boy in the Drawer (Annikin Miniature Edition)

By Robert Munsch
Illustrated by Michael Martchenko
Categories: Children's Fiction
Series: Annikin

Shelley has to pick up the socks she’s left all over her room. But when she opens her sock drawer, a tiny troublemaking boy appears. She has to make her bed, but there he is again, underneath the sheets ...

Woosh! I Hear a Sound (Annikin Edition)

Illustrated by Heather Collins
By Emily Hearn
Categories: Children's Fiction
Series: Annikin Series #4

A playful question-and-answer book as a young boy discovers what makes the sounds all around him. Told in gentle rhymes.

Millicent and the Wind

The wind brings Millicent a hoped-for friend.