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A day in the life of one of Canada’s most iconic animals, from nationally celebrated and bestselling creator Paul Covello
I am a polar bear, and I do what polar bears do.
Come along and spend the day with an adorable polar bear cub! Can you hide in the snow, jump on an ice floe and swim through icy cold water? You could, if you were a polar bear!
This bright and joyful board book is perfect for young animal lovers and book lovers alike.
20 page board book
Printed in Canada
Have you ever wondered why Rabbit has such long ears? Or why Raccoon is wearing a mask?
In this collection of funny and unique short stories, young Skye enlightens us in a number of Indigenous teachings, passed down to her from her Ojibway Grandfather. Through her natural gift of storytelling, Skye encourages other children to embrace the art and become storytellers, too!
Author: Lindsay Christina King
Illustrator: Carolyn Frank
Ages: Suggested for ages 5-9.
Featuring children's own words and heart-warming pictures, a special little book about why we love Canada.
A lovely gift book at a pocket-friendly price, created by asking real children why they love Canada and combining their words with illustrations of gorgeous baby animals.
• Partly written in children's own words, this is the perfect gift for little Canadians everywhere!
• Use of children's original words ensures instant parent-child appeal
• Adorable animal illustrations throughout are perfectly targeted at the younger age bracket
• The newest title in the cuddly cute Why I Love… series, illustrated by Daniel Howarth
26 paged board book
“Every child matters, including you and me. With our orange hearts, we walk in harmony.” As a young child, your little world can be full of big feelings. In this book, I, Phyllis Webstad, founder of Orange Shirt Day, show how sharing my story with the world helped me to process my feelings. My true story encourages young children to open their hearts when others share their feelings, and be more comfortable sharing their own feelings, too. Listening is a first step towards reconciliation. It’s never too early to start.
Phyllis Jack Webstad is a Northern SecwPhyllis Jack Webstad is a Northern Secwepemc (Shuswap) author from the Stswecem'c Xgat'tem First Nation, and the creator of Orange Shirt Day, a day of remembrance marked in Canada later instated as the public holiday of National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.