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Browsing Posts in children

July 4, 2013
Hannah Alper finds inspiration anywhere, but whether she writes about going swimming or her latest eco projects, she says everything involves the environment.

April 1, 2014
As our city’s mountains of snow finally fade away, we can look forward to spending more time outdoors with our children, engaging in activities that help them see nature through fresh eyes. To this end, Etta Kaner suggests that you share these books with them over the next few months.

April 1, 2014
As our city’s mountains of snow finally fade away, we can look forward to spending more time outdoors with our children, engaging in activities that help them see nature through fresh eyes. To this end, Etta Kaner suggests that you share these books with them over the next few months.

March 24, 2014
Photographer Shawn Van Daele takes drawings done by children born or living with serious health conditions and turns them into magical photo artwork—starring the child—and then into a storybook series filled with hope.

November 19, 2011 I focused on the next hydro pole and forced one foot in front of the other. Hours stretched into days, which stretched into weeks, as I walked on my quest for reading. I am Boszenna Nowicki, a children’s author from Mississauga. When I noticed that many people do not read to their [...]