Lone Wolf by Sarah Kurpiel is a charming and multilayered story (with positive disability representation!) about a dog facing an identity crisis, learning to be herself, and finding her pack.
A great storytime pick with lots of educational tie-ins, Shanté Keys and the New Year’s Peas is my go-to book for New Year’s.
Precious and the Boo Hag is a fun and spooky story to share any time of year, but especially during the Halloween season.
A fittingly poetic biography of Jamaican poet and entertainer Miss Lou’s early life that encourages children to find their voice and share their gifts with the world.
The storytelling of a seven year-old Anishinabe features front and centre in this heartwarming family collaboration.
A book for anyone who has ever felt a little sentimental about their farts. The Peanut Fart by Xiaoming Wang is a delightful Chinese picture book great for both Mandarin learners and readers and English audiences.
Paper craft illustrations bring humour and heart to this simple story comparing the narrator’s cat to their dad with an unexpected twist.