Rights Canada 2021: Children's & Young Adults

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A Starlit Trip to the Library

By (author) Andrew Katz & Juliana Léveillé-Trudel
Illustrated by Joseph Sherman
Categories: Children's Fiction

A new adventure for Julia, sailor-in-training, who will discover her beloved forest in a new light. A story that inspires a sense of wonder and celebrates courage, friendship, and a love of books. Vividly ...

A Picnic in the Rain

A rainy day in spring is the perfect time for the snail family to go out on a picnic. Carrying a basket of provisions and some toys, the snails set off under the most delightful downpour. But no sooner ...

Mon premier imagier

By (author) Québec Amérique
Categories: Children's Nonfiction
Series: Bébé futé

My First French-English Words combines playful characters and realistic imagery, allowing babies to associate animals, objects, food, and much more to their real-life counterparts. With approximately ...

Les ratés

By (author) Tania Baladi
Illustrated by Mathieu Potvin
Categories: Children's Fiction
Series: Albums

Simone has a lot of talent for drawing. But she wants her drawings to be perfect. Nothing less. Alongside an artist, she learns to trust her instincts and to look at things from a different perspective. ...

Caillou Learns About Screen Time

By (author) Christine L'heureux
Illustrated by Kary
Categories: Children's Fiction
Series: Caillou's Essentials

Screens are part of our daily lives and their use, especially with children, can be a challenging issue. If adults set a good example, children will be able to positively and moderately use screens as ...

A Sky-Blue Bench

By (author) Bahram Rahman & Peggy Collins
Categories: Children's Fiction

A young Afghani amputee matter-of-factly removes her own barrier to education, building a bench from discarded wood so that she and her “helper-leg” can sit through school in comfort. The resilience ...

Birds on Wishbone Street

By (author) Suzanne Del Rizzo
Categories: Children's Fiction

From the author of New York Times Notable picture book, My Beautiful Birds. Former Syrian-refugee Sami finds a sense of home in a new place caring for a bird with a new friend, “Moe. ” His experience ...

Living With Viola

By (author) Rosena Fung
Categories: Children's Fiction

Heartbreakingly honest and quietly funny, this #ownvoices graphic novel from a debut creator is a refreshingly real exploration of mental health, cultural differences, and the trials of middle school. ...

The Sour Cherry Tree

By (author) Naseem Hrab
Illustrated by Nahid Kazemi
Categories: Children's Fiction

It’s the day after the morning that Baba Bozorg forgot to wake up. Before, his snores were so loud you could hear him throughout the house. Today, as his granddaughter explores the familiar halls, it’s ...

Little Moar and the Moon

By (author) Roselynn Akulukjuk
Illustrated by Jazmine Gubbe
Categories: Children's Fiction

Moar has always loved autumn—playing outside with his friends, feeling the weather get colder—but there is one thing about autumn that really worries Moar. The moon. The days become shorter and the ...