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Ttum, written by Teddy Jam and illustrated by Harvey Chan. When Charlotte finds a stray dog and takes it home, a very unusual summer begins, complete with a rundown cottage, some suspicious cookies, and a mysterious stranger in black. The spunky, engaging heroine of The Charlotte Stories is back in this adventure-mystery novel by award-winning author Teddy Jam.

Ttum, written by Teddy Jam and illustrated by Harvey Chan. When Charlotte finds a stray dog and takes it home, a very unusual summer begins, complete with a rundown cottage, some suspicious cookies, and a mysterious stranger in black. The spunky, engaging heroine of The Charlotte Stories is back in this adventure-mystery novel by award-winning author Teddy Jam.

Me in the Middle, written by Ana Maria Machado and illustrated by Caroline Merola. One day Isabel finds a box in her mother's closet and, inside, a photograph of a girl dressed in old-fashioned clothes. Ten-year-old Bel is enchanted to discover that the girl is her great-grandmother Beatrice, her Bisa Bea, and that she and her great-grandmother look very much alike.

Me in the Middle

Me in the Middle, written by Ana Maria Machado and illustrated by Caroline Merola. One day Isabel finds a box in her mother's closet and, inside, a photograph of a girl dressed in old-fashioned clothes. Ten-year-old Bel is enchanted to discover that the girl is her great-grandmother Beatrice, her Bisa Bea, and that she and her great-grandmother look very much alike.

In 1914, Tom Thomson spent the summer at a family cottage on Lake Huron’s Georgian Bay, where he taught the ten-year-old daughter, Helen, how to paint. Author Susan Vande Griek and illustrator Pascal Milelli have imagined this time through Helen’s eyes, providing an intriguing glimpse into the famous painter’s life.

In 1914, Tom Thomson spent the summer at a family cottage on Lake Huron’s Georgian Bay, where he taught the ten-year-old daughter, Helen, how to paint. Author Susan Vande Griek and illustrator Pascal Milelli have imagined this time through Helen’s eyes, providing an intriguing glimpse into the famous painter’s life.

How We Were, written by Teddy Jam and illustrated by Ange Zhang. Four of Teddy Jam's best-loved stories about the men and women who lived in and transformed Canada in the last century are collected in this handsome volume. Each story recaptures a time now past and a way of life now lost but vividly remembered -- the drama and devastation of a huge forest fire in a lumbering community, a glorious summer spent with fishermen on the Atlantic coast, the ups and downs of clearing the land in a…

How We Were, written by Teddy Jam and illustrated by Ange Zhang. Four of Teddy Jam's best-loved stories about the men and women who lived in and transformed Canada in the last century are collected in this handsome volume. Each story recaptures a time now past and a way of life now lost but vividly remembered -- the drama and devastation of a huge forest fire in a lumbering community, a glorious summer spent with fishermen on the Atlantic coast, the ups and downs of clearing the land in a…

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The Pepins and their Problems by Polly Horvath. For the Pepins, life is one sticky problem after another. What do you do when you wake up to find toads in all your shoes? Where do you put a dapper stranger who suddenly walks into your house and makes himself at home? How to determine which of your neighbors is in fact a very fine neighbor, and which is an imposter?  Happily, the Pepins have an author with unusually large psychic antennae and great problem-solving readers who can join the…

The Pepins and their Problems by Polly Horvath. For the Pepins, life is one sticky problem after another. What do you do when you wake up to find toads in all your shoes? Where do you put a dapper stranger who suddenly walks into your house and makes himself at home? How to determine which of your neighbors is in fact a very fine neighbor, and which is an imposter? Happily, the Pepins have an author with unusually large psychic antennae and great problem-solving readers who can join the…

When I Went to the Library by Debora Pearson. When I Went to the Library celebrates the rich history and tradition of the library. It also reminds readers that simply going to the library or reading a book can lead to adventures and make for memorable stories. With an introduction by Michele Landsberg, a respected authority on children's books, When I Went to the Library reminds everyone -- especially children -- that the influence of libraries and books is alive and, like this memorable…

When I Went to the Library

When I Went to the Library by Debora Pearson. When I Went to the Library celebrates the rich history and tradition of the library. It also reminds readers that simply going to the library or reading a book can lead to adventures and make for memorable stories. With an introduction by Michele Landsberg, a respected authority on children's books, When I Went to the Library reminds everyone -- especially children -- that the influence of libraries and books is alive and, like this memorable…

The Missing Dog Is Spotted by Jessica Scott Kerrin. Trevor Tower doesn’t worry about being short until he is assigned dog-walking duty with Loyola Louden, the tallest person in his class. But the dogs are a wonderful distraction, and even before Trevor and Loyola vow to solve the mystery of a missing spotted dog, they are becoming good friends.  In this standalone prequel to the acclaimed novel The Spotted Dog Last Seen, Jessica Scott Kerrin gives readers another mystery to solve and a lost…

The Missing Dog Is Spotted

The Missing Dog Is Spotted by Jessica Scott Kerrin. Trevor Tower doesn’t worry about being short until he is assigned dog-walking duty with Loyola Louden, the tallest person in his class. But the dogs are a wonderful distraction, and even before Trevor and Loyola vow to solve the mystery of a missing spotted dog, they are becoming good friends. In this standalone prequel to the acclaimed novel The Spotted Dog Last Seen, Jessica Scott Kerrin gives readers another mystery to solve and a lost…

The Mummer's Song, written by Bud Davidge and illustrated by Ian Wallace. On a cold, clear Newfoundland night shortly after Christmas, several outlandishly costumed mummers appear, and Granny's house suddenly erupts in a burst of joking and tomfoolery, raucous singing and exuberant dancing. Granny and her two young charges are instantly caught up in the merriment. When the evening's festivities come to a close, the mummers bid a fond farewell until next year.

The Mummer's Song

The Mummer's Song, written by Bud Davidge and illustrated by Ian Wallace. On a cold, clear Newfoundland night shortly after Christmas, several outlandishly costumed mummers appear, and Granny's house suddenly erupts in a burst of joking and tomfoolery, raucous singing and exuberant dancing. Granny and her two young charges are instantly caught up in the merriment. When the evening's festivities come to a close, the mummers bid a fond farewell until next year.

Breaking Trail by Joanne Bell. Becky and her family are traveling to their cabin in the Yukon mountains, and Becky is driving her own dog team for the first time. Can they make the journey before the ice breaks up? And what will happen if Becky's lead dog, Ginger, has her pups before they reach the cabin?

Breaking Trail by Joanne Bell. Becky and her family are traveling to their cabin in the Yukon mountains, and Becky is driving her own dog team for the first time. Can they make the journey before the ice breaks up? And what will happen if Becky's lead dog, Ginger, has her pups before they reach the cabin?

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