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Review: The Jack Squad by Marcus Eaddy

Review: The Jack Squad by Marcus Eaddy

Are your kids hooked on their tablets? Do they whine that they’re bored when you shoo them outside? Do they like superheroes? If you answered yes to any or all of these questions, we have the graphic novel for you! The Jack Squad by indie author Marcus Eaddy and illustrator Stacy Hummel follows a young

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Children’s Books for CHEO Fundraiser 2023

Children’s Books for CHEO Fundraiser 2023

The Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) has been a cornerstone of our community since its foundation in 1974. In 2023, we decided it was time for us to support the hospital’s hard work with our own fundraiser, Children’s Books for CHEO! In support of the incredible work CHEO does for kids, from June to

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Review: Tumble by Adriana Hernández Bergstrom

Review: Tumble by Adriana Hernández Bergstrom

If you were a tumbleweed rolling across a Texan desert, where would you go? The expression “a picture is worth a thousand words” takes on a new meaning in Tumble by Adriana Hernández Bergstrom. With only two to four words per page, the focus is on the author/illustrator’s beautiful images done in soft strokes and

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Review: The Night Before Eid by Aya Khalil

Review: The Night Before Eid by Aya Khalil

Warning: don’t read this book if you’re hungry! Zain, his mother, and his grandmother are busy making some beautiful ka’ak cookies to share with Zain’s class. By the time you get to the end of the story, author Aya Khalil’s description of the tasty treats will have your mouth watering. Thankfully, she includes her family’s

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Review: Egyptian Lullaby by Zeena M. Pliska

Review: Egyptian Lullaby by Zeena M. Pliska

If you’ve never been to Egypt, this is the book you need to read—it’ll make you hear, see, smell, and taste Cairo like you’re really there. When Aunty Fatma comes to visit, the little girl is transported back to her homeland through all her senses, especially during the bedtime song her aunt sings. And even

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