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Book of the Month- February 2024

As part of Black History Month, when we need to address topics of diversity with our children, we can turn to books like this one to help us discuss them. The Day You Begin by Jaqueline Woodson tackles major themes such as identity, cultural diversity, immigration, and friendship. An excellent book to celebrate black voices with your children! Click on the image to access our resources including a friendship garland and “Guess Who?” activity game ideal for children ages 4-8.

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Book of the month- January 2024

“Winter is coming,” says the fox. “What should I do?”  The fox is not sleepy. He meets another fox who suggests he imitate the swirling snow and dance. Join the fox as he discovers winter and learn about how each animal hibernates! Click on the image to access our resources, including an activity sheet, perfect for children aged 3 to 7.

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Book of the Month- December

Follow the Gingerbread Man as he runs from the old woman and the farm animals. This classic fairy tale storybook features engaging text and delightful, colorful illustrations. Click on the image to access our resources including puppets and a recipe. A perfect activity for the Holidays!

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Books of the month- November

🤩📖 Introducing our books of the month for November as part of World Children’s Day and Early Childhood Week. These two book choices are aimed particularly at babies, even if they don’t always understand what you’re saying when you read to them, reading is crucial to their well-being. Your baby is never too small for books! Click on the image to access our resources. Happy reading to your little ones!

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I Read Canadian Day

I READ CANADIAN DAY is a national celebration of Canadian books for young people, with the goal of elevating the genre and celebrating the breadth and diversity of these books. Participate by reading Canadian books for just fifteen minutes today. Click on the image to access a list of Canadian children’s books recommended by our librarian.

Happy Reading!  #IReadCanadian

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Book of the month- October

Our book of the month for October is “The Rolling Pumpkin” by Junia Wonders, for children ages 2 to 5. A little girl chases her giant pumpkin all over town. This is the perfect story to read with your little pumpkin. To complement your reading with educational and fun activities, simply click on the photo to access the resources.

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Book of the month – September

Introducing our Book of the Month for September: “What are Germs?” by Katie Daynes. During this Science Literacy Week, curious young minds can take a closer look at this fascinating introduction to germs and hygiene. To enhance your reading experience, we’ve curated a list of fun and educational activities that perfectly complement the book. Simply click on the image to access the list.

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Summer Reads: books recommendations about swimming

Summer Reads - book suggestions

Ready for some summer fun? Yes, summer is not over yet! Dive into our beach and pool essentials for a perfect day in the sun!

For that, we have some fantastic book recommendations for you. Click on the image to explore our fun and educational list of activities to supplement your reading. Let your imagination take a dip in the water!

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Book of the month – August

Book of the Month

” A Child of Books” is a beautifully illustrated picture book written by Oliver Jeffers and Sam Winston. It takes readers on a whimsical journey through the power of storytelling and imagination, celebrating the magic of books.

The story follows a young girl and a boy as they explore various literary landscapes and embark on adventures fueled by the words on the pages. The illustrations incorporate actual text from classic literature, adding an extra layer of depth to the visual experience. It’s a delightful read that encourages readers, both young and old, to embrace the world of stories and let their imaginations run wild.

To enhance your reading experience, we’ve curated a list of fun and educational activities that perfectly complement the book. Simply click on the image to access the list.

We hope you have a fantastic time reading!

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