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Bookends

Welcome to my obsession with children’s books–especially the ones that deal with everyday challenges in a fun and compelling way. I’ll share old classics, new gems, and everything in between to help support you and your kids (or just your kids if they like to read solo). Sign up for my Free Resource Kit and you’ll get my top-pick resources, delivered to your inbox each month on the full and new moon.

The First State of Being

The First State of Being

12-year-old Michael is a kind and sensitive kid. He’s also anxious and worries about everything. Especially Y2K! The year is 1999 and Michael is...

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Ferris

Ferris

It’s the summer between grade 4 and 5 and Ferris (born Emma Phineas Wilkey) has her hands full. She thought it would be a relaxing summer but she’s...

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The Last Stand

The Last Stand

Papa has the last stand at the Farmer’s market. All the other market stands have closed. His community needs him, but one day he is too tired to go....

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My Powerful Hair

My Powerful Hair

“Our ancestors say: Our hair carries energies and power. It is a celebration of our lives. Our hair is our medicine.” In this beautifully...

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Boobies

Boobies

The Blue-footed Booby is a bird. A bird doesn’t have mammary glands. But lots of animals do. They have boobies. In this book you’ll learn about the...

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Winter: A Solstice Story

Winter: A Solstice Story

The longest night of the year is coming soon. Will you be ready to spread the light? It is dark, cold, and quiet. Deep in the forest the quiet of...

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Snow

Snow

We all used to love snow at some point. This book reminds us why. Snow in all its varieties is celebrated by Cynthia Rylant in this picture book...

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Garden of Lost Socks

Garden of Lost Socks

Akosua is an exquirologist. She finds lost things. Max has lost his favourite sock sent to him from his nana basia in Ghana. Losing your favourite...

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A Work in Progress

A Work in Progress

Have you ever felt less than the people around you? Maybe you’re uncomfortable with the way you look? You are not alone. Middle schooler Will...

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