Children’s / Teenage fiction: General fiction

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Black Girl, Black Girl

A vibrantly illustrated picture book celebrating of Black girl power from celebrated spoken-word poet Angela Bowden and rising-star artist Letitia Fraser.

Girly or braided with cowrie shells
Cornrows of ...

Age 16

"Moving and emotional." —Victoria Ying, Harvey Award–winning author of Hungry Ghost

"Crucial." —Deb JJ Lee, creator of In Limbo

"Beautiful." —Fiona Smyth, illustrator of Sex Is a Funny Word

A powerful ...

Wildful

Discover the magic of the wilderness in this breathtaking graphic novel reminiscent of The Secret Garden.

Poppy’s mother hasn’t been the same since Gran passed away. She stays inside and watches TV, ...

An Owl without a Name

The charming story of a young owl’s strange and disorienting journey to discover who he is and where he belongs.

When a young Great Horned Owl wakes up to find himself on the ground
with a broken wing, ...

Skating Wild on an Inland Sea

Let’s go! Experience the magic of skating on wild ice.

Two children wake up to hear the lake singing, then the wind begins wailing … or is it a wolf? They bundle up and venture out into the cold, carrying ...

Maggie Lou, Firefox

Maggie Lou’s grandpa doesn’t call her Firefox for nothing. She’s always finding ways to make life more interesting — even if this means getting into big trouble. 

When her grandfather Moshôm ...

Mira and Baku

A Quill & Quire Book of the Year

With the help of a magical friend, a young girl searches for her missing father in this poignant story set during Japanese Canadian incarceration in World War II.

It’s ...

The Dancing Letters

An endearing family story about love and dyslexia

 

Olivia is a little girl full of life and imagination. But when her grandmother asks her to write a story for her birthday, Olivia feels a little unsure. ...

We Love You as Much as the Fox Loves Its Tail

“We’ll love you as much as the narwhal loves its tusk.

We’ll love you as much as the seal loves its musk.

Little One, our new baby,

Welcome to our family.”

This loving bedtime poem shares all the ...

The Meadowlands

In a near future dominated by institutions, technology, and government control, children are raised in state homes and have no concept of family, with the exception of Terran and his younger sister, Brooke. ...