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Fostergirls Leap Splish, Splat! Princess to the Rescue Terrific Women Teachers That Summer in Franklin

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Our Earth The Way It Is & Old Photographs The Orphan Rescue & A Chanukah Noel Dazzling Women Designers & Fearless Female Journalists Gladdy’s Wake & recent adult fiction Restitution & The Second Trial Sandy’s Incredible Shrinking Footprint & Patrick’s Wish

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the gutsy girl series the holocaust remembrance series the kids’ power series the first nations series the women’s hall of fame series the i’m a great little kid series kids’ nonfiction teen fiction & nonfiction kids’ fiction picture books fantasy fiction adult fiction & nonfiction adult nonfiction adult nonfiction & mysteries

Hana’s Suitcase Event

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theme index 34 author & title index 35 price list 36 ordering info inside back cover

The Inside Hana’s Suitcase documentary was shown to a packed house at three special screenings in Hamilton, Ontario. The book was read by thousands of students in the HamiltonWentworth board along with a tool-kit for teachers that included the Holocaust Remembrance Series Teacher Resource (p.16).


new releases | teen

Fostergirls by Liane Shaw

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Her name is Sadie, but she might as well be called Fostergirl. Grouphomegirl. That’s how everyone thinks of her. Sadie doesn’t care. In fact, she’d be happier if they didn’t think of her at all. Her goal is to go unnoticed, to disappear. After living in twelve different foster homes, Sadie’s learned that nothing good comes from being noticed. Now here she is again, this time in a small town. There’s a new high school, another new group home to get used to — lucky number 13. But Sadie’s not finding it easy to stay beneath the radar. In fact, she’s learning that it’s impossible to be invisible in a small town. She can’t seem to get people to stay out of her life, whether it’s the endlessly chatty Rhiannon, who for some reason wants to be her friend; Jackson, the do-good guidance counsellor who thinks she can make Sadie into a student; or the other girls in the group home whose problems keep intruding on her solitude.

about the author LIANE SHAW worked in the field of education for twenty-five years, with much of that time spent as a teacher of students who faced academic, behavioral, physical or emotional challenges.She spent several years working in alternative educational settings, where the majority of students lived in foster care or group homes. Now retired, she lives on a 200-acre wildlife sanctuary in eastern Ontario, where she spends her time writing, editing, and looking after animals. She has written one other book for young readers, thinandbeautiful.com.

Little by little, Sadie starts to wonder if there might be a different course for her life, one that lets a few other people along for the ride. Liane Shaw, author of thinandbeautiful.com (p.23), once again brings us a vivid and compelling portrait of a young woman at odds with the world around her. “Through clear and unflinching storytelling, Shaw takes her readers deep into the labyrinthine psyche of a young girl battling an eating disorder.” —Quill & Quire on thinandbeautiful.com

March 2011

themes: self-esteem, friendship, peer pressure, learning disorders

Here comes trouble. She’s a fostergirl.

Teen Fiction Ages 13+ ISBN: 978-1-897187-90-6 $11.95 Paperback 264 pages, 5.5”x8.25”

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new releases | teen

Leap

by Jodi Lundgren When life is changing, sometimes you have to take a leap of faith in yourself

themes: coming of age, sexuality, modern dance

Natalie’s passion is dance, and she’s looking forward to a summer of perfecting her technique at dance camp. Plus, she’s just turned fifteen — a momentous age that means she’s now officially a grown-up. But while her mom doesn’t seem to have gotten the memo, her best friend Sasha’s older brother has. Caught up with the excitement of Kevin’s attention, Natalie feels that their relationship quickly becomes intimate and all-consuming. Over the summer, she goes from being in love and lust with Kevin to realizing that he is not the guy she thought he was. The worst is that she may have destroyed her friendship with Sasha. When Natalie turns to her single mom for advice, she gets a shock. Her mom has fallen in love with a woman. Losing her virginity, dealing with her new understanding of her mother, and trying to re-negotiate her friendships, Natalie turns to dancing as the only certain thing in a life full of questions. When a new teacher introduces her to modern dance, she gains confidence and a new sense of herself. Girls will be drawn to Leap’s frank discussion of first love, first times — sex, drinking, break-ups — and the struggle between doing what feels right and doing things to please others.

March 2011

Written in journal style.

Teen Fiction Ages 13+ ISBN: 978-1-897187-85-2 $11.95 Paperback 232 pages, 5.5”x8.25”

about the author Jodi Lundgren grew up in Victoria dancing and writing. Later on, she trained and performed as a dancer while pursuing a Ph.D. in English in Seattle. The winner of a Canada Council Emerging Writer’s grant, she has published one other novel, Touched (1999), and her short stories and creative nonfiction have appeared in Dropped Threads, Adbusters, Room of One’s Own, Capilano Review, sub-Terrain, and others. After two years as Writer-inResidence at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops, she returned to live in Victoria, where she teaches English and Creative Writing at Camosun College.

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new releases | picture book

Splish, Splat!

written by Alexis Domney & illustrated by Alice Crawford

themes: hearing impairment, sign language, inclusivity

Two Deaf painters produce an unexpected effect on Colin’s bedroom walls When Colin tells his mom his yellow bedroom walls are giving him nightmares, she asks around for a house painter. The painting company she calls recommends that she hire two women named Heather and Molly, who happen to be Deaf. They spend all day and do an excellent job, painting the walls blue. At the end of the day they start on the white trim. As the two women sign and chat while painting, the white paint splish-splashes over the blue, leading to an unintentional speckled effect on the walls!

about the author Alexis Domney graduated from Sir James Whitney School for the Deaf — the oldest school for the Deaf in Ontario. She spends her time volunteering at Deaf community events and is currently a volunteer for the Canadian Deaf Youth Leadership Camp in 2012. She lives in Pemberton, British Columbia.

What could be a disaster turns out to be anything but. Colin loves his new room! The ugly yellow is gone, replaced by a blue with white dots. Colin is so pleased that he announces: “This is a room I can dream in!” A light-hearted introduction to sign language and how Deaf people communicate, Splish, Splat! was produced in conjunction with the Canadian Cultural Society of the Deaf, a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the cultural lives of Deaf people.

about the illustrator

This story was a winner of a national competition for Deaf writers

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April 2011

Alice Crawford is a Deaf professional graphic designer and illustrator. Her whimsical collage illustrations are made from scraps of paper, catalogues, discarded printed-paper stock from distributors, fabric, and her photos of found objects and of nature. She lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba with her family. Children’s Fiction Ages 4-8 ISBN: 978-1-897187-88-3 $15.95 Hardcover with jacket, full color 24 pages, 8.5”x8.5”

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new releases | picture book

Princess to the Rescue

written by Claudia Souza & illustrated by Christelle Ammirati This princess is not afraid of dragons A modern, gender-forward interpretation of the traditional fairy tale, where this time it is the princess who saves the prince.

Now the princess is faced with her toughest rescue yet, as she tries to save a prince who has been captured by a wicked witch. This is a charming princess who turns centuries of storytelling upside down, not by using her charms, but by using her intelligence. She defies traditional expectations as she saves the day and wins the prince’s heart. Like the famous tale The Paper Bag Princess, Princess to the Rescue proves that anyone can be the hero of the story.

about the author CLAUDIA SOUZA is a psychologist and researcher specializing in children. Passionate about writing, she has published several articles on Education and Child Psychology, but it has taken her many years to summon up the courage to write a children’s book. She lives in Italy.

themes: fairy-tales, confidence, gender roles

Once upon a time, there was a princess who saved princes. This particular princess is not afraid, she is not weak, and she does not need to be rescued. In fact, she is the one who does the rescuing — she has saved princes who’ve been turned into frogs, kidnapped by ogres, locked in terrible dungeons, and lost in scary forests.

about the illustrator

April 2011

Christelle Ammirati was a fan of Spiderman as a child. Instead of annoying dresses, she preferred to wear patched overalls — all the better for tree-climbing. She currently lives in Milan where the trees are too high to climb, forcing her to explore the city on foot in the company of her dog.

Children’s Picture Book Ages 4-8 ISBN: 978-1-897187-93-7 $15.95 Hardcover with jacket, full color 24 pages, 8.5”x8.5”

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new releases | the women’s hall of fame series

Terrific Women Teachers by Helen Wolfe

Educators and miracle workers — ten women teachers from around the world

about the author Helen Wolfe has been a teacher for more than thirty years. Her students have ranged from kindergarten to grade twelve. In her career, she has focused on teaching English, ESL, Special Education, and History. For more than twenty years she has been working with adults, many of whom speak English as a second language. Helen has written two installments of Second Story Press’ A Woman’s Agenda: Celebrating Movers and Shakers. This is her first book for children. Helen lives with her family in Toronto.

See p.20 for the rest of the series

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Other women profiled include: Denise Fruchter, a special education teacher from Toronto, Canada Dorval Onesime, a First Nations educator in the early 1900s from Saskatchewan, Canada Malalai Joya, activist for girls’ education in Afghanistan Erin Gurswell, founder of Freedom Writers in the USA Raden Ayu Kartini, advocate for the education of women in Indonesia Friedl Dicker-Brandeis, the Austrian teacher who taught art to children while imprisoned in Terezin Ghetto during WWII Marva Collins, an African American teacher dedicated to improving schools in US cities

April 2011

themes: education, biography, activists

Inspire the educators of tomorrow with this collection of short biographies of ten women teachers. Each of them made a difference in the lives of their students and in education as whole. Included is Maria Montessori, who at the turn of the last century became the first female doctor in Italy, and went on to found the Montessori method of self-directed learning. Paired together in another chapter are the inextricably linked Helen Keller and Annie Sullivan, the “miracle worker” who found the bridge for Helen to communicate with the world. And featured is Christa McAuliffe, the high school teacher who lost her life in the space shuttle Challenger disaster, but whose legacy is maintained by the many US schools that carry her name.

Children’s Nonfiction Ages 8-14 ISBN: 978-1-897187-86-9 $10.95 Paperback with black and white photos 128 pages, 6”x9”

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new releases | adult

That Summer in Franklin by Linda Hutsell-Manning

Childhood friends find themselves surrounded by a past they thought long buried In 1955, two fifteen-year-olds with immeasurable optimism shared a summer working as waitresses in the small town of Franklin’s flourishing Britannia Hotel. Forty years later, Hannah, now a successful educator with a younger lover, rushes home from Toronto to find her mother in hospital while Colleen, still in Franklin and married with five children, copes with her alcoholic father. Both women try to deal with the pain and guilt of admitting their parents to the local nursing home. Meanwhile, an ambitious young reporter has begun to chronicle the Britannia Hotel’s history and has uncovered the mysterious unsolved death of Charlie Eliott in the summer of 1955. It’s time for Hannah and Colleen to finally talk about what they witnessed that summer in Franklin. They owe it to the memory of Charlie, a gentle soul who worked as a handyman at the hotel and made everyone’s lives easier that summer. By rescuing Charlie’s story from obscurity both women find a sense of peace with their own lives and the decisions they’ve made.

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The sadness and frustration that Hutsell-Manning captures as her characters try to cope with their aging parents will hit home for many. As will the realization that, while life does not often turn out the way we imagine it will in our youth, the lives we build and the people we come to love are what sustain us.

Adult Fiction ISBN: 978-1-897187-89-0 $18.95 Trade paperback 320 pages 5.5”x8.5”

about the author Linda Hutsell-Manning’s writing career spans thirty years and includes poetry, plays, children’s television, short fiction, and novels. She’s taught in a one-room school, worked as a freelance journalist, and as a creative writing teacher. She has twelve published books and plays, including the juvenile Wonder Horn series. Her short stories have been published in Freefall Magazine, Litwit Magazine, and Prairie Journal Trust. Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Linda now lives near Cobourg, Ontario.

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recent releases | teen

The Way It Is by Donalda Reid

Two teenagers fight against prejudice in a small town in the ‘60s To Ellen Manery, a brilliant, socially isolated fifteen-year-old, there is nothing good about the summer of 1967, especially when her parents decide to move to a small town in the interior of BC. That begins to change when she meets Tony Paul, an eighteen-year-old Shuswap Indian who goes to her new high school. The two outsiders bond together as Ellen fights against the sexism of teachers who think a girl can’t become a doctor and Tony fights against racism as he too dreams of a bright future. “The message is as applicable today as it was 50 years ago… I really enjoyed learning about the 1960s in Canada, it provides a very interesting backdrop for this type of coming-of-age story.” —Bookish in a Box blog Teen Fiction Ages 12+ ISBN: 978-1-897187-80-7 $11.95 Paperback, 264 pages, 5.5”x8.25”

Old Photographs by Sherie Posesorski

Summer vacation turns into a real-life mystery tale for a teen detective When an elderly neighbor is robbed, fourteen-year-old Phoebe takes inspiration from Agatha Christie and decides to solve the crime. Phoebe needs a distraction from her unhappy home life, where she is trying to adjust to living with her new step-family. Things get complicated when Phoebe finds out that her neighbor has Alzheimer’s, making her a target for a return visit from the robbers. “Phoebe came across as being a real teen… but what I found most thought-provoking and inspiring about the novel was its very real treatment of aging and Alzheimer’s.” —Things She Read blog

Teen Fiction Ages 12+ ISBN: 978-1-897187-78-4 $10.95 Paperback, 224 pages, 5.5”x8.25”

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recent releases | picture book

Our Earth

How Kids are Saving the Planet written and illustrated by Janet Wilson Children around the world are working to secure the future of their planet

You will also meet fourteen-year-old William Kamkwamba from Malawi, who realized that the strong winds in his country could be put to good use and so borrowed a book from his library, taught himself how to build a working windmill, and brought electricity to his village. The other children included are animal activists Fang Ming-he from China and Janine Licare from Costa Rica, tree planter Felix Finkbeiner from Germany, agro-activist Sam Levin from the USA, eco-activists Kruti Parekh from India and Adeline Suwana from Indonesia, and enviro comic author Aika Tsubota from Japan. “Our Earth would be great for sharing in a classroom... Interesting, educational, and most inspiring!” —CM Magazine

about the author Janet Wilson is an author and fine artist whose picture book One Peace: True Stories of Young Activists won the Children’s Roundtable 2009 Information Book Award. She is the author/illustrator of Imagine That!, and the illustrator of In Flanders Fields, Out of Slavery, and Jasper’s Day, among many others. Janet lives in Eden Mills, Ontario, a community with a strong environmental focus that includes a youth-led initiative to be the first village in North America to go carbon neutral.

themes: environment, activism, responsibility

From the author of One Peace comes a new book of beautiful color portraits and exciting profiles of ten young environmental activists from around the world. Janet Wilson’s art captures the spirit of adventure, determination, and hope that each of these children possess. Included are Canadians Severn Cullis-Suzuki, who pioneered “pester power” — the idea that children must keep reminding adults of what is at stake, and Ryan Hreljac, who started the Ryan’s Well Foundation to help bring clean water to communities in sixteen countries.

“An empowering book for kids.” —The Midwest Book Review

Children’s Picture Book Ages 7-12 ISBN: 978-1-897187-84-5 $18.95 Hardcover with jacket, full color 32 pages, 8.5”x8.5”

One Peace was named a Smithsonian Notable Book for Children

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recent releases | children

The Orphan Rescue by Anne Dublin

A sister’s courage saves her brother in pre-war Europe It is springtime 1937 in the small city of Sosnowiec, Poland. Twelveyear-old Miriam and her young brother, David, live with their grandparents after they lose their parents. When David is sent to an orphanage, Miriam decides to rescue him. When she learns that David is being forced to work doing a dangerous task in a factory by the unscrupulous orphanage director, Miriam realizes that rescuing him will not be as easy as she thought. “A sterling example of how meaningful subjects may be distilled into stories that appeal to middle grade children.” —The Association of Jewish Libraries Children’s Fiction Ages 7-10 ISBN: 978-1-897187-81-4 $8.95 Paperback with black and white illustrations 128 pages, 5.25”x7.5”

A Chanukah Noel

by Sharon Jennings & illustrated by Gillian Newland A young Jewish girl is fascinated by the traditions of Christmas Charlotte and her family have moved to a small town in France. As Christmas draws near, Charlotte, who is Jewish, longs to have a Christmas too. She finds a way to celebrate the spirit of both Christmas and Chanukah by giving all the trappings of Christmas to a classmate whose family is too poor to celebrate the holiday. “Captures both the holiday spirit and the feeling of a French village. Good to have on hand at holiday time.” —Booklist “This quiet and charming slice of life…gives readers a flavor of Charlotte’s new life. The attractive, realistic paintings depict a timeless French village–this story might take place now or several decades ago. A fine crosscultural choice for larger collections.” —School Library Journal Children’s Picture Book, Ages 5-9 ISBN: 978-1-897187-74-6 $15.95 Hardcover with jacket, full color 24 pages, 8.5”x8.5”

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recent releases | the women’s hall of fame series

Dazzling Women Designers by Jill Bryant

Ten women who have shaped the world, from architecture to fashion

Children’s Nonfiction Ages 9-13 ISBN: 978-1-897187-82-1 $10.95 Paperback, 128 pages, 6”x9”

See p.20 for the rest of the Women’s Hall of Fame Series

Fearless Female Journalists by Joy Crysdale

Ten female journalists who changed the world by reporting on it

part of the women’s hall of fame series

In the early 1900s, UK furniture designer Eileen Gray was at the forefront of Art Deco. American Suzanne E. Vanderbilt was one of the first women to design for General Motors. Canadian urban designer Jane Jacobs caused controversy in the 1960s with her campaign against a New York expressway. The other women profiled are Canadian landscape architect Cornelia Hahn Oberlander, roboticist Cynthia Breazeal, costume designer Eiko Ishioka, interior designer Aissatou Djionne, fashion designers Ritu Kumar and Vera Wang, and architect Zaha Hadid.

The inspiring stories of ten women, in all types of journalism, who put themselves at risk to do their jobs. Taken together, their lives tell the story of journalism itself, its importance to society, and the struggle that the women in this field have gone through to do the work that they love and to provide an essential service. In an age when many young people’s experience of journalism is limited to celebrity gossip and sports scores, Fearless Female Journalists demonstrates the essential role that these women have played. Includes Canadians Mary Ann Shadd, Doris Anderson, and Barbara Frum. “Gives readers a new appreciation of women who have shaped the world in many exceptional ways.” —CM Magazine Children’s Nonfiction Ages 9-13 ISBN: 978-1-897187-71-5 $10.95 Paperback, 128 pages, 6”x9”

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recent releases | adult

Gladdy’s Wake by B. K. Anderson

Passionate politics and obsession link a family over three generations James Kelly, a cocky young Irishman with nothing to lose, has made his way to New York city in the wake of the First World War. Working as a Pinkerton, he’s paid to find a girl named Gladys Sage, gone missing from Northern Ontario. His search leads him back to New York, where he finds Gladys entangled with a group of communists. The assignment will turn into an obsession, affecting the Kelly family for generations to come. Decades later, in post 9/11 New York, James’ granddaughter, Janie Kelly, is on a desperate search for her missing son. All signs point to his involvement with a fanatical Muslim organization. When Janie’s father gives her the diary her grandfather James Kelly left behind, the parallels with the past come to light. As Janie reads, she discovers the hidden story of the Kelly family, and its connection back to the mysterious girl named Gladys Sage.

other recent fiction

Adult Fiction ISBN: 978-1-897187-83-8 $19.95 Trade Paperback, 280 pages, 5.5”x8.5”

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Song Over Quiet Lake by Sarah Felix Burns

“An uplifting novel which reminds us of the power of story, the redeeming nature of friendship, and the wisdom the elderly can offer if we choose to listen.” —Bookstack.com Author of Jackfish, The Vanishing Village, winner of the 2009 Northern Lit Award ISBN: 978-1-897187-67-8 $18.95 Paperback, 296 pages, 5.5”x8.5”

The Last River Child by Lori Ann Bloomfield

“Troubles plague the lives of the people of Walvern, a fictitious Canadian town rife with gossip, superstition, and scandal. However, alongside these troubles lies a story of hope, and the love a person can find amidst rejection.” —Belletrista.com ISBN: 978-1-897187-66-1 $17.95 Paperback, 332 pages, 5.5”x8.5”

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recent releases | adult & teen

Restitution A family’s fight for their heritage lost in the Holocaust

by Kathy Kacer

The true story of four paintings and one family’s enduring spirit Before leaving Czechoslovakia on the eve of the Nazi invasion the Reesers, a Jewish family, deliver four valuable oil paintings into the hands of a colleague for safekeeping. Led by Mari Reeser, the intrepid matriarch of the family, they make their escape under the nose of the Nazis, arriving in Canada just days before the start of WWII. The Reesers made a new life in Toronto, but they never forgot what was left behind. Mari fought unsuccessfully for years for the return of the paintings but it was not until 1989 that Marie’s son, Karl, was able to retrieve them with the help of an official at the Canadian Embassy and an art smuggler. “A riveting saga... hovering between memoir and fiction, heavily laced with meticulously researched historial data.” —The Globe and Mail Adult Nonfiction ISBN: 978-1-897187-75-3 $19.95 Trade Paperback, 280 pages, 5.5”x8.5”

The Second Trial by Rosemarie Boll

What do you do when your father becomes the enemy of your family? Thirteen-year-old Danny never knew that his father was abusing his mother, until the day his father almost killed her. When the limits of the justice system allow his father to be released, Danny’s mother takes him and his little sister into hiding. They will go to another city and begin a new life, with new identities. And so begins the second trial in Danny’s life, as everything he’s known is taken from him. “Danny is by turns hostile, frightened, childish, sophisticated — in other words, a real boy.” —Children’s Literature “Timely and helpful to have this insightful literature.” —VOYA Teen Fiction Ages 12+ ISBN: 978-1-897187-72-2 $11.95 Paperback, 320 pages, 5.5”x8.25”

Nominated for the 2011 White Pine Award

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recent releases | picture books

Sandy’s Incredible Shrinking Footprint by Femida Handy and Carole Carpenter & illustrated by Adrianna Steele-Card

A young girl learns that her footprint is more than the mark she leaves in the sand Sandy loves visiting her grandpa’s house by the beach every summer. There she learns about her eco-footprint from the “Garbage Lady” who roams the beach. A wonderful introduction to environmental responsibility, the book ends with a list of everyday actions we can all take to shrink our footprint. Fittingly illustrated with a unique collage technique using recycled and natural materials. “A visually striking book.” —Publisher’s Weekly “Upholds its own values: all the illustrations are made from recycled and natural materials.” —The Toronto Star “The book’s very appealing illustrations are proof that aesthetics need not be jettisoned when we talk about reducing, reusing and recycling.” —The Globe and Mail

Children’s Fiction, Ages 5-9 ISBN: 978-1-897187-69-2 $15.95 Hardcover with jacket, full color, 24 pages, 8.5”x8.5”

Patrick’s Wish

by Karen Mitchell with Rebecca Upjohn, photos provided by Patrick4Life A true story of a courageous young man’s wish to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS Lyanne’s fun-loving older brother Patrick had a secret. Because of a tainted blood transfusion to treat his hemophilia, he had become HIV positive. When he developed full-blown AIDS, Patrick decided to go public so that others would realize that HIV and AIDS are preventable. With photographs taken throughout his life, Patrick’s Wish tells the story of a boy who embraced hope and laughter until his last day. His wish to fight HIV and AIDS through education continues to inspire young people through his family’s foundation, Patrick4Life. Find out more at www.patrick4life.org. “Allows young readers to gain understanding of the subject.” —CM Magazine Children’s Nonfiction, Ages 7-10 ISBN: 978-1-897187-70-8 $7.95 Paperback, full color, 24 pages, 8.5”x8.5”

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the gutsy girl series Aimed at 9-12 year-olds, the Gutsy Girl books feature heroines who are smart, brave, funny, and inspiring.

The Gutsy Girl Series The Contest

by Caroline Stellings Rosy is determined to be the first half-Mohawk girl to win an Anne of Green Gables look-alike contest. She doesn’t have red hair, or freckles, or a costume, but she won’t let that stand in her way. But will Rosy’s new friend Lydia, who looks depressingly like Anne and whose father is rich, be her hope or her downfall in the contest? “With her hyperactive imagination, Rosy is reminiscent of our beloved carrot top.” —Quill & Quire “This delightful novel is full of adventures, upsets and fun.” —Resource Links Ages 9-12, ISBN: 978-1-897187-64-7 $8.95 Paperback, 160 pages, 5.25”x7.5” Winner of the 2009 ForeWord Magazine Book of the Year Award Nominated for the 2010/11 Hackmatack Children’s Choice Book Awards

Home Free

by Sharon Jennings Growing up in the changing days of the 1960s, twelve-year-old Lee secretly wishes that she were an orphan like her hero, Anne Shirley. When Cassandra, a real live orphan, moves in next door, Lee is thrilled. But as their friendship grows, Lee comes to realize that being an orphan is not as romantic as she had imagined. “This short, sharp story sets the bar high for its followers: it’s subtle, wise, and energetic, an honest picture of childhood.” —Quill & Quire “The little thrill I would feel when reading a Judy Blume book returned when I read Home Free.” —CM Magazine Ages 9-12, ISBN: 978-1-897187-55-5 $8.95 Paperback, 154 pages, 5.25”x7.5” Nominated for the 2009 Governor General’s Award for Children’s Literature Nominated for the 2011 Silver Birch Award and the 2010 TD Canadian Children’s Literature Award

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the holocaust remembrance series for young readers More than 2 million copies in print and now available in 51 countries and 39 languages

The Holocaust Remembrance Series for Young Readers  ounded on the principle that it is possible to F talk to children about serious issues, provided the context is appropriate. Aimed at ages 9 and up.

A 534-page teacher’s resource guide is now available! Ten books plus the guide: $249/ISBN: 978-1-897187-95-1 Teacher’s guide only: $149/ISBN: 978-1-897187-94-4

Hana’s Suitcase by Karen Levine

The extraordinary true story, now with foreword by Archbishop Desmond Tutu Awards include the UNICEF Paolo Ungari prize, the Yad Vashem Children’s Holocaust Literature Award 2006, Red Cedar, Rocky Mountain, Hackmatack, CLA, Sydney Taylor, Silver Birch, Golden Oak, and others. Now in its 26th printing! Children’s Nonfiction ISBN: 978-1-896764-55-9 $16.95 Paperback, 112 pages with black and white photos, 7.5”x9” Book & CD of original radio documentary package

ISBN : 978-1-896764-61-0 $24.95

In 2000, Fumiko, a Holocaust museum curator in Japan, set out to find the story behind a suitcase she’d received from Auschwitz. Written on it were the words “Hana Brady, May 16, 1931, Orphan.” The heartbreaking story she uncovered was of a brave young girl killed in the Holocaust and survived only by her brother, George. Hana’s spirit and courage have gone on to touch readers around the world.

Hana’s Suitcase on Stage ISBN: 978-1-897187-05-0 $18.95, Paperback 172 pages with black and white photos 7.5”x9”

Guardian Angel House by Kathy Clark “The story includes several heart-stopping moments, such as the time the girls barely escaped detection from the Nazis.” —CM Magazine Susan and her sister Vera, along with other Jewish girls, are sheltered by a convent of Catholic nuns in Nazi-occupied Budapest. The convent, nicknamed “Guardian Angel House,” protected more than 120 Jewish children during World War II. Ages 9-13, $14.95, ISBN: 978-1-897187-58-6 Paperback, 200 pages, 6.5”x8”

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Nominated for the 2011 Red Maple Award

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the holocaust remembrance series for young readers The Diary of Laura’s Twin by Kathy Kacer • Winner of 2008 National Jewish Book Award, 2009 Canadian Jewish Book Award

The story of two girls coming of age — Laura in modern day security, Sara in the Warsaw Ghetto. Children’s Historical Fiction, $14.95, ISBN: 978-1-897187-39-5 Paperback, 6.5”x8”, 144 pages with black and white photos

Hiding Edith by Kathy Kacer • 2009 Yad Vashem Award, 2008 Hackmatack Award, 2007 Silver Birch Award

The amazing true story of a school full of Jewish children protected by an entire town in occupied France. Children’s Nonfiction, $14.95, ISBN: 978-1-897187-06-7 Paperback, 6.5”x8”, 152 pages with black and white photos

The Righteous Smuggler by Debbie Spring “Filled with suspense and adventure.” —School Library Journal Based on real events, a young Dutch boy helps smuggle Jewish children to safety. Children’s Historical Fiction, $9.95, ISBN: 978-1-896764-97-9 Paperback, 5”x 7”, 160 pages with black and white photos

The Underground Reporters by Kathy Kacer • Norma Fleck Award – Shortlist, Rocky Mountain Book Award – Shortlist

The true story of Jewish children in a Nazi-occupied Czech town who created a newspaper. Children’s Nonfiction, $15.95, ISBN: 978-1-896764-85-6 Paperback, 7.5”x9”, 168 pages with black and white photos

Clara’s War by Kathy Kacer • Ontario Library Association Red Maple Award • Assocation of Jewish Libraries’ Sydney Taylor Award – Notable Mention

Clara’s story is set against the real-life creation of Brundibar, the children’s opera, in the Terezin ghetto. Children’s Historical Fiction, $8.95, ISBN: 978-1-896764-42-9 Paperback, 5.5”x7.75”, 198 pages with black and white photos

The Secret of Gabi’s Dresser by Kathy Kacer

Based on true story of the author’s mother hiding from the Nazis.

Children’s Historical Fiction, $7.95 ISBN: 978-1-896764-15-3 Paperback, 5.5”x7.75”, 128 pages with black and white photos

The Night Spies by Kathy Kacer

Gabi helps the partisans. Children’s Historical Fiction $8.95, ISBN: 978-1-896764-70-2 Paperback, 5.5”x7.75”, 200 pages

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the kids’ power series Inspired by real stories of young people who have taken action to make their lives — and their world — better.

The Kids’ Power Series Lacey and the African Grandmothers by Sue Farrell Holler

Lacey loves spending time with Kahasi. From her she is learning beadwork, one of the traditions of her people — the Siksika Blackfoot tribe of Alberta. When Lacey hears about a project to help grandmothers in Africa who are raising their grandchildren after their parents have died of AIDS, she decides to raise money with her beadwork. Based on a true story. “A story of remarkable courage and initiative in a young person.” —Canadian Teacher Ages 9-13, $14.95, ISBN: 978-1-897187-61-6 Paperback, 164 pages with black and white photos, 6.5”x8”

Yeny and the Children for Peace by Michelle Mulder

Determined to make a change, Yeny and her friends decide to fight against violence by holding a vote for peace. Inspired by the Colombian Children’s Peace Movement — nominated every year since 1997 for the Nobel Peace Prize. “The fiction-based-on-fact approach is a perfect way to engage interest and initiate discussion.” —CM Magazine Ages 9-13, $14.95, ISBN: 978-1-897187-45-6 Paperback, 118 pages with black and white photos, 6.5”x8”

Maggie and the Chocolate War by Michelle Mulder

It’s 1947, and while the war is over and ration tickets are gone, food prices are going up. Then it is announced that the price of chocolate is going up too! Maggie and her friends leap into action and wage a strike against the price hike. “A great introduction to critical thinking and political activism for young readers.” —Canadian Bookseller Ages 8-12, $14.95, ISBN: 978-1-897187-27-2 Paperback, 96 pages, 6.5”x8”

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the first nations series for young readers “A must-have in every school and public library.” —Resource Links “The message contained herein is for one and all.” —CM Magazine

The First Nations Series for Young Readers Celebrating the stories and achievements of First Nations peoples in North America through fiction and biography

Great Musicians from our First Nations by Vincent Schilling

This collection of biographies for young readers tells the personal stories of ten men and women from Canada and the United States who have made a name for themselves with their music. Includes up-and-coming Canadian country singers Shane Yellowbird and Crystal Shawanda, Grammy-winning Native American flute player Mary Youngblood, Mato Nanji, leader of the band Indigenous, and the Four Rivers Drum Group. Ages 9-13, $10.95, ISBN: 978-1-897187-76-0 Paperback, 128 pages, 6”x9”

Men of Courage from our First Nations by Vincent Schilling

Courageous men from the Native American and First Nations people of North America have made significant contributions in every major field of endeavor. Rising above the negativity of racism and cultural oppression, these men have enriched the lives of many. This book assembles the inspiring stories of some of these heroes who have advanced education, science, politics, law enforcement, and culture. Ages 9-13, $10.95, ISBN: 978-1-897187-43-2 Paperback, 120 pages, 6”x9”

Great Athletes from our First Nations by Vincent Schilling

Ages 9-13, $10.95 ISBN: 978-0-9779183-0-0 Paperback, 120 pages, 6”x9”

Great Women from our First Nations by Kelly Fournel

Ages 9-13, $10.95 ISBN: 978-1-897187-25-8 Paperback, 84 pages, 6”x9”

Gray Wolf’s Search

by Bruce Swanson illustrated by Gary Peterson Conversations with his brothers and sisters in the woods and the waters lead Gray Wolf to a wonderful discovery about himself and his people. “The artist draws upon the primal vibrance of indigenous culture and reverence for the natural world in the captivating illustrations of this recommended storybook.” —The Midwest Book Review Ages 6-10, $18.95, ISBN: 978-0-9779183-1-7 Hardcover with jacket, 24 pages, 12.25”x9.25”

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the women’s hall of fame series “Titles in this series are well worth adding to every elementary and secondary school library.” —Professionally Speaking (Ontario College of Teachers)

The Women’s Hall of Fame Series

See p.6 for Terrific Women Teachers, the newest title in the series • Ages 9-13 • Paperback with black & white photos • 6”x 9” • $10.95

ALSO AVAILABLE: A shrink-wrapped set of the first ten titles for only $89.95 ISBN: 978-1-897187-24-1

See also Fearless Female Journalists and Dazzling Women Designers (p.11)

Nobel’s Women of Peace Michelle Benjamin and Maggie Money ISBN: 978-1897187-38-8 Dynamic Women Dancers Anne Dublin ISBN: 978-1-897187-56-2

Fantastic Female Filmmakers Incredible Women Inventors Extraordinary Women Explorers Great Women Leaders Suzanne Simoni Sandra Braun Frances Rooney Heather Ball ISBN: 978-1-897187-36-4 ISBN: 978-1-897187-15-9 ISBN: 978-1-896764-98-6 ISBN: 978-1-896764-81-8 Exceptional Women Environmentalists Frances Rooney ISBN: 978-1-897187-22-7 Astonishing Women Artists Heather Ball ISBN: 978-1-897187-23-4

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Remarkable Women Writers Heather Ball ISBN: 978-1-897187-08-1

Spectacular Women in Space Amazing Women Athletes Sonia Gueldenpfennig Jill Bryant ISBN: 978-1-896764-88-7 ISBN: 978-1-896764-44-3

Magnificent Women in Music Super Women in Science Heather Ball Kelly Di Domenico ISBN: 978-1-897187-02-9 ISBN: 978-1-896764-66-5

Fabulous Female Physicians Sharon Kirsh & Florence Kirsh ISBN: 978-1-896764-43-6

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the i’m a great little kid series “These books are all winners…this series would be a great addition to any school or library.” —Resource Links “Great books for teaching many social skills through stories.” —Ontario Association of Child and Youth Counsellors

The I’m a Great Little Kid Series

For Ages 4-7 PUBLISHED IN CONJUNCTION WITH BOOST CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION & INTERVENTION Picture books (hardcover): $14.95 Picture books (paperback): $5.95 Facilitator’s Guide: $24.95

Hardcover Set w/ Guide 978-1-896764-75-7 $99.95

Paperback Set w/ Guide 978-1-896764-74-0 $49.95

Charlene’s Choice 978-1-896764-53-5 hc 978-1-896764-47-4 pb

It’s No Joke, My Telephone Broke

978-1-896764-51-1 hc 978-1-896764-45-0 pb

Sam Speaks Out

978-1-896764-59-7 hc 978-1-896764-57-3 pb

Respect is Correct 978-1-896764-56-6 pb

Facilitator’s Guide 978-1-896764-69-6

• Set of six picture books that carry gentle but

empowering messages to instill confidence, selfesteem, and respect • Facilitator’s guide designed for professional caregivers, educators, and parents comes with fun and educational activities

Now I See How Great I Can Be

978-1-896764-46-7 pb

A Tale Worth Telling 978-1-896764-62-7 hc 978-1-896764-60-3 pb

I’m A Great Kid Facilitator’s Guide for Ages 8-11 $49.95 ISBN: 978-1-897187-33-3 Paperback, 114 pages, 8.5”x11” with flashcards and DVD

Looking for Angelina: A Learning Guide on Family Violence • Award-winning film

with accompanying guide that explains ways of dealing with family violence $75.00, ISBN: 978-1-897187-54-8 Paperback, 114 pages, 8.5”x11” with full-length DVD

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kids’ nonfiction Our New Home

edited by Emily Hearn and Marywinn Milne “I appreciate the diverse voices of newcomer children in the book, and how they speak honestly about their experiences in leaving their home countries and adjusting to a new life in Canada.” —ESL Coordinator, Toronto District School Board Children from around the world share their stories through words and pictures of starting a new life in a new country. Ages 11 and under, $13.95, ISBN: 978-1-897187-32-6 Paperback with illustrations, 132 pages, 6.5”x8”

June Callwood: A Life of Action by Anne Dublin

“…rich details and insight into the life of this brilliant Toronto activist and writer This is an admiring, enlightening portrait of the life and times of an exceptional woman who knows how to live, share, and survive with exemplary grace.” —Quill & Quire This biography is the first ever for young readers on the inspiring life of June Callwood, one of Canada’s greatest journalists and humanitarians. • Nominated for the 2008 Ontario Age 9-13, $14.95, ISBN: 978-1-897187-14-2 Paperback, 140 pages with black and white photos, 7.5”x9”

Library Association Golden Oak Award

Where’s Mom’s Hair? A Family’s Journey Through Cancer by Debbie Watters, with Haydn and Emmett Watters

“This funny, tender book domesticates the feral beast that is cancer in the minds of both children and adults.” —The Globe and Mail When a mom is ill, kids suffer too. There’s uncertainty and helplessness, but also moments of love and joy. A mom and her two kids share their own true story in words and images. *Recommended by the Canadian Breast Cancer Society

Ages 6 and up, $12.95, ISBN: 978-1-896764-94-8 Paperback with black and white photos, 32 pages, 11”x9”

Putting on a Show: Theater for Young People by Kathleen McDonnell

“Teachers are hungry for scripts appropriate to junior/middle grade classrooms....This book provides rich, thought-provoking material that educators can use to allow students to explore their feelings and values.” —Voice (Elementary Teachers’ Association of Ontario) A guide from an award-winning playwright that outlines the history of theater, a description of stage roles, and the complete text of four of McDonnell’s plays. Ages 9-14, $14.95, ISBN: 978-1-896764-89-4 Paperback, 200 pages with black and white photos, 7.5”x9”

Bobbie Rosenfeld: The Olympian Who Could Do Everything

Laura Secord’s Brave Walk

Ages 9-13, $14.95 ISBN: 978-1-896764-82-5 Paperback, 148 pages, black and white photos, 7.5”x9”

Ages 6-9, $19.95 ISBN: 978-1-896764-34-4 Hardcover, 24 pages, full color 8”x10.5”

by Anne Dublin

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by Connie Brummel Crook illustrated by June Lawrason

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teen fiction & nonfiction thinandbeautiful.com by Liane Shaw

“Shaw takes her readers deep into the labyrinthine psyche of a young girl battling an eating disorder.” —Quill & Quire When seventeen-year-old Maddy comes across the world of “pro-ana” websites, where young people encourage each other to lose weight, she finally feels understood. Ages 13+, $11.95, ISBN: 978-1-897187-62-3 Paperback, 272 pages, 5.5”x8.25”

Child of Dandelions

Governor General’s Award Finalist

by Shenaaz Nanji

“A beautiful, touching story of a child caught between two worlds, in a country caught in the grip of a brutal army dictator.” —M. G. Vassanji Fifteen-year-old Sabine’s courage is put to the test in 1970s Uganda after General Idi Amin orders all Indians like her to leave the country. Ages 13+, $9.95, ISBN: 978-1-897187-50-0 Paperback, 216 pages, 5.5”x8.25”

by Kathy Stinson

girlSpoken: from pen, brush & tongue

Eclectic stories of teens in lust and in love.

Stories, poetry, and artwork.

Ages 12-15, $10.95 ISBN: 978-1-897187-10-4, Paperback, 152 pages, 6”x9”

Ages 12 and up, $19.95 ISBN: 978-1-897187-30-2 Paperback, 208 pages with black and white illustrations, 6.5”x8”

101 Ways to Dance

Take the Stairs by Karen Krossing

Stories of teen life in the city.

Ages 13 and up, $9.95 ISBN: 978-1-896764-76-4 Paperback, 184 pages, 5”x7.75”

Hear Me Out:

True Stories of Teens Educating and Confronting Homophobia

by Planned Parenthood of Toronto Ages 13 and up, $12.95 ISBN: 978-1-896764-87-0 Paperback, 197 pages 5.5”x8.5”

edited by Jessica Hein, Heather Holland, and Carol Kauppi

The Courage to Change: A Teen Survival Guide by Leave Out ViolencE, with Brenda Proulx Ages 13 and up, $19.95 ISBN: 978-1-896764-41-2 Paperback with black and white photos 178 pages, 8”x10”

Sexual Harassment: High School Girls Speak Out by June Larkin

$14.95, ISBN: 978-0-929005-65-2 Paperback, 168 pages, 6”x9”

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kids’ fiction Bernadette and the Lunch Bunch by Susan Glickman “Bernadette is an original — imaginative, organized, moody, but resourceful.” —Kirkus Reviews Bernadette Inez O’Brian Schwartz is a very small girl with a BIG imagination! Ages 8-11, $8.95, ISBN: 978-1-897187-26-5 Paperback, 148 pages, 5.5”x7.75”

Zoe’s Extraordinary Holiday Adventures by Christina Minaki “A new seasonal classic for classrooms and libraries.” —Canadian Children’s Book News Zoe mostly has it good, but she thinks her life is boring — nothing ever changes. She will always need a wheelchair, and her parents will always want to protect her. When Zoe learns about the diverse cultures of her friends at school, she starts thinking of her own life differently. Ages 8-11, $8.95, ISBN: 978-1-897187-26-5 Paperback, 148 pages, 5.5”x7.75”

My Worst Best Sleepover Party by Anna Morgan and Dr. Rachael Turkienicz “Helps girls relate to, understand and deal with bullying, and provides the perfect opportunity for parents to talk with their kids about bullying, whether they tend to be on the receiving end, the avoiding end, or the dishing end.” —Girlistic Magazine This illustrated easy-to-read chapter book tackles the pervasive schoolyard problem of bullying. Ages 7-9, $7.95 , ISBN: 978-1-897187-20-3 Paperback, 96 pages, 5.25”x7.5”

The Smart Princess: And Other Deaf Tales A project of the Canadian Cultural Centre of the Deaf

“…a welcome relief from pablum children’s literature that blandly patronizes, paternalizes and pathologizes deaf children. What a celebration of deaf cultural values — deaf pride in the deaf identity, the love of sign language, the importance of going to deaf schools and chatting with deaf friends. These sense-filled stories contain the visual, olfactory and kinesthetic where sight, color, smells and motion abound.” —MultiCultural Review Ages 9 and under, $9.95, ISBN: 978-1-896764-90-0 Paperback, 40 pages with color illustrations, 6”x8.5”

Daughters of the Ark by Anna Morgan “A wonderful historical novel…Daughters of the Ark is a compassionate and breathtaking book for teens and adults alike.” —Association of Jewish Libraries A coming-of-age story about two girls, separated in time by thousands of years, who are forced to leave their homes. Ages 10 and up, $9.95, ISBN: 978-1-896764-92-4 Paperback, 200 pages with black and white photos, 5.25”x7.75”

A River of Hands: Deaf Heritage Stories

King of the Castle

Ages 7-11, $9.95 ISBN: 978-1-896764-36-8 Paperback 48 pages, full color, 6”x8.5”

Ages 7-10, $7.95 ISBN: 978-1-896764-35-1 Paperback 72 pages with illustrations, 5.25”x7.5”

by Symara Bonner, Jason Brace, Kayla Bradford, Sarah Saumier-Barr illustrated by Faim Poirier, Edward Tager, Cecilia Tung, Colleen Turner, Alan Yu

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by Kathy Stinson illustrated by Kasia Charko

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kids’ fiction The Jeremy Books

Jeremy and the Aunties

by Felicity Finn

“Jeremy is an engaging preadolescent hero...the series should appeal to eight to twelve year olds (especially boys) who like Gordon Korman and Manus Pinkwater.” —Quill & Quire Ages 9-13, $6.95 Paperback, 200 pages, 5.25”x7.5”

ISBN: 978-0-929005-40-9

• Film rights sold

Jeremy and the Air Pirates ISBN: 978-1-896764-02-3

The Poppy Books by Marie-Francine Hébert

Bird Brain

Poppy’s Whale

Witch’s Brew

ISBN: 978-1-896764-17-7

ISBN: 978-0-929005-90-4

ISBN: 978-0-929005-52-2

Over 500,000 copies of the Poppy series sold worldwide!

A Ghost in My Mirror

A Monster in My Cereal

ISBN: 978-0-929005-31-7

ISBN: 978-0-929005-12-6

Ages 8-11, $5.95 Paperback , approx 50 pages with illustrations 5.25”x7.5”

A Friend Like Zilla

Hattie Pearl Click Click

Ages 8-13, $5.95 ISBN 978-0-929005-71-3 Paperback, 84 pages, 5.25”x7.5”

Ages 7-10, $5.95 ISBN: 978-0-929005-44-7 Paperback, 32 pages, 6”x9”

Ezzie’s Emerald

Franny and the Music Girl

by Rachna Gilmore

by Kathleen McDonnell illustrated by Sally J.K. Davies Ages 6-10, $5.95 ISBN: 978-0-929005-13-3 Paperback, 63 pages with illustrations, 5.25”x7.5”

by Emily Hearn illustrated by Yvonne Cathcart

by Emily Hearn illustrated by Mark Thurman

Ages 5-8, $5.95 ISBN: 978-0-929005-03-4 Paperback, 24 pages, full color, 8”x8”

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picture books Violet

By Tania Duprey Stehlik, illustrated by Vanja Vuleta Jovanovic “A comfort to readers who struggle with belonging.” —Publisher’s Weekly Violet is upset and confused when a child at school asks her “How come your dad is blue and you’re not?” Like many people in the world, Violet is a beautiful mix of colors. Ages 5-8, $15.95, ISBN: 978-1-897187-60-9 Hardcover with jacket, 24 pages, full color, 8.5”x8.5”

The Little Word Catcher

Governor General’s Award Winner

by Danielle Simard, illustrated by Geneviève Côté “For families struggling with Alzheimer’s...The Little Word Catcher will be a gift.” —CM Magazine Elise wonders why her grandmother’s words keep escaping her — do they fly off to play tricks on her? Ages 5-8, $14.95, ISBN: 978-1-897187-44-9 Hardcover with jacket, 24 pages, full color, 8.5”x8.5”

Maddy’s Amazing African Birthday

by Megan K. Williams photographs by Alessandro Vallecchi and Maddalena Vallecchi Williams “Gives a lively and informative picture of what is often depicted as a poverty-stricken country.” —The Winnipeg Free Press Maddy’s real-life trip to Tanzania, where she meets wonderful people who share their country with her. Ages 7-10, $12.95, ISBN: 978-1-897187-47-0 Paperback, 32 pages, full color, 8.5”x9”

Lily and the Paper Man

by Rebecca Upjohn, illustrated by Renné Benoit “Sensitive, gentle tale with bright, visceral illustrations.” —The Globe and Mail • Winner of ForeWord Magazine’s Picture Book of the Year for 2008 • Finalist for the Ontario Library Association’s 2008 Blue Spruce Award

A child’s giving heart overcomes her fear of a homeless man. Ages 4-8, $15.95, ISBN: 978-1-897187-19-7 Hardcover with jacket, 24 pages, full color, 8.5”x8.5”

My Mom Loves Me More Than Sushi

by Filomena Gomes illustrated by Ashley Spires

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When-I-was-a-little-girl by Rachna Gilmore illustrated by Renné Benoit

A little girl eats foods from around the world.

A little girl can’t measure up to her mother’s perfect behaviour as a child.

Ages 5-8, $15.95 ISBN: 978-1-897187-09-8 Hardcover, 24 pages Full color, 8.5”x8.5”

Ages 5-8, $14.95 ISBN: 978-1-897187-12-8 Hardcover, 24 pages Full color, 8.5”x8.5”

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picture books An Alien in My House

The Girl Who Hated Books

• ola blue spruce – shortlist • ccbc our choice • alberta book award – finalist

• scholastic book club • Film rights sold

by Shenaaz Nanji illustrated by Chum McLeod

by Manjusha Pawagi illustrated by Leanne Franson

Ages 8 and under $15.95, ISBN: 978-1-896764-77-1 Hardcover, 24 pages, 8.5”x8.5”

Ages 8 and under $7.95, ISBN: 978-1-896764-09-2 Paperback, 24 pages, full color, 8.5”x8.5”

Rainbows in the Dark

The Princess Who Danced with Cranes

by Jan Coates illustrated by Alice Priestley

• Award-winning illustrator • “Heartwarming” —CM Magazine • word on the street – featured Ages 8 and under $14.95, ISBN: 978-1-896764-95-5 Hardcover, 24 pages, full color, 8.5”x8.5”

by Annette LeBox illustrated by Kasia Charko

• Starred review —Quill & Quire Ages 6-9, $7.95 (pb), $14.95 (hc) ISBN: 978-0-929005-87-4 (pb) ISBN: 978-0-929005-88-1 (hc) 24 pages, full color, 8”x10.5”

Mom and Mum are getting Married!

Pianomania!

• Award-winning illustrator • “Refreshing” —CCBC Choices

• ccbc our choice

by Ken Setterington illustrated by Alice Priestley

by Majusha Pawagi illustrated by Liz Milkau

Ages 8 and under $14.95, ISBN: 978-1-896764-84-9 Hardcover, 24 pages, full color, 8.5”x8.5”

Ages 8 and under $15.95, ISBN: 978-1-896764-63-4 Hardcover, 24 pages, full color, 8.5”x8.5”

What-If Sara

Princess Backwards

• cbc children’s lit panel pick

• “Delightful” —Quill & Quire

Ages 9 and under, $5.95 (pb), $14.95 (hc) ISBN: 978-1-896764-20-7 (pb) ISBN: 978-1-896764-22-1 (hc) Hardcover, 24 pages, full color, 8.5”x8.5”

Ages 8 and under $15.95, ISBN: 978-1-896764-64-1 Hardcover, 24 pages, full color, 8.5”x8.5”

by Rhea Tregebgov illustrated by Leanne Franson • “Wonderfully adroit” —The Globe and Mail

Treasure for Lunch

by Shenaaz Nanji illustrated by Yvonne Cathcart

• “HHH/4” —CM Magazine • “Light & lively” —CBRA

by Jane Gray illustrated by Liz Milkau

Laura Secord’s Brave Walk

by Connie Brummel Crook illustrated by June Lawrason

• “Inspiring” —The Globe and Mail

Ages 5-8 $14.95, ISBN: 978-1-896764-32-0 Hardcover, 24 pages, full color, 8.5”x8.5”

Ages 9 and under $19.95, ISBN: 978-1-896764-34-4 Hardcover, 24 pages, full color, 8.5”x8.5”

Business in Bangkok

Wild Rilla

• Korean rights sold • “Recommended” —CM Magazine

• troll book club selection

by Lynn Westerhout illustrated by Chum McLeod

Ages 8 and under, $15.95 ISBN: 978-1-896764-48-1 Hardcover, 24 pages, full color, 8.5”x8.5”

by Rachna Gilmore illustrated by Yvonne Cathcart Ages 4-8, $5.95 (pb), $14.95 (hc) ISBN: 978-0-929005-92-8 (pb) ISBN: 978-0-929005-94-2 (hc) 24 pages, full color, 8”x8.5”

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picture books Being Big

by Sharen Liddell illustrated by Yvonne Cathcart

The Amazing Adventures of LittleFish

• “Bright and cheery” —Quill & Quire

• Award-winning author

Ages 4-8, $14.95 ISBN: 978-0-929005-62-1 Hardcover, 24 pages, full color, 8.5”x8.5”

Ages 6 and under, $5.95 ISBN: 978-0-929005-15-7 Paperback, 24 pages, full color, 8.5”x8.5”

Aunt Fred is a Witch

It’s a Jungle in Here

• scholastic book club

• ccbc our choice

Ages 9 and under, $5.95 ISBN: 978-0-929005-23-2 Paperback, 24 pages, full color, 8.5”x8.5”

Ages 3-5, $5.95 (pb), $14.95 (hc) ISBN: 978-0-929005-75-1 (pb) ISBN: 978-0-929005-77-5 (hc) Paperback, 24 pages, full color, 8.5”x8.5”

Belfry Bat the Scaredy Cat

A Gift for Gita

by Rachna Gilmore illustrated by Chum McLeod

• Translated into French and Dutch

by Gayle McGuire Tremblay illustrated by Chum McLeod

• troll book club • “Hilarious” —CBRA

Ages 3-8, $5.95 (pb), $14.95 (hc) ISBN: 978-0-929005-93-5 (pb) ISBN: 978-0-929005-95-9 (hc) 24 pages, full color, 8.5”x8.5”

by Deanne Lee Bingham illustrated by Yvonne Cathcart

by Rachna Gilmore illustrated by Alice Priestley

• US rights sold • Dual language rights sold Ages 5-8, $5.95, ISBN: 978-1-896764-10-8 Paperback, 24 pages, full color, 8.5”x8.5”

Katherine and the Garbage Dump

Franny and the Music Girl

• Translated into French • Australian rights sold • Award-winning book

• “Lively” —Quill & Quire

by Martha Morris illustrated by Yvonne Cathcart

by Emily Hearn illustrated by Mark Thurman

Ages 4-8, $14.95, ISBN: 978-0-929005-39-3 Hardcover, 24 pages, full color, 8.5”x8.5”

Ages 5-8, $5.95 ISBN: 978-0-929005-03-4 Paperback, 24 pages, full color, 8.5”x8.5”

Sasha and the Wiggly Tooth

Lights for Gita

• scholastic book club • troll book club • Australian rights sold

• US rights sold • ccbc our choice • pig tales book club

Ages 4-7, $5.95 ISBN: 978-0-929005-50-8 Paperback, 24 pages, full color, 8.5”x8.5”

Ages 5-8, $5.95, ISBN: 978-0-929005-61-4 Paperback, 24 pages, full color, 8.5”x8.5”

Sasha and the Wind

Roses for Gita

• Translated into French • troll book club

• Dual language rights sold • US rights sold • ccbc our choice

by Rhea Tregebov illustrated by Helene Desputeaux

by Rhea Tregebov illustrated by Helene Desputeaux

Ages 4-8, $5.95 (pb) , $14.95 (hc) ISBN: 978-0-929005-83-6 (pb) ISBN: 978-0-929005-84-3 (hc) 24 pages, full color, 8.5”x8.5”

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by Marie-Francine Hébert illustrated by Darcia Labrosse

by Rachna Gilmore illustrated by Alice Priestley

by Rachna Gilmore illustrated by Alice Priestley

Ages 5-8, $5.95 (pb), $14.95 (hc) ISBN: 978-0-929005-85-0 (pb) ISBN: 978-0-929005-86-7 (hc), full color 24 pages, 8.5”x8.5”

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fantasy fiction Rough Magic by Caryl Cude Mullin Winner of the 2010 Quebec Writers’ Federation Award

“Mullin’s environmental message of hope and restoration is an enthralling take on the Bard.” —Booklist Ages 13+, $9.95, ISBN: 978-1-897187-63-0 Paperback, 272 pages, 5.5”x8.25”

1212: Year of the Journey by Kathleen McDonnell “An imaginatively powerful recreation of this unforgettable historical moment.” —Quill & Quire A gripping moral drama vividly set within the Crusades era. Ages 12-14, $9.95, ISBN: 978-1-897187-11-1 Paperback, 290 pages, 5.25”x7.75”

The Notherland Journeys Series

The Songweavers

Follow the adventures of Peggy as she journeys through an imaginary Northern World.

Ages 12-14, $9.95 ISBN: 978-1-897187-42-5 Paperback, 290 pages, 5.25”x7.75”

by Kathleen McDonnell

The Nordlings

by Kathleen McDonnell

Ages 9-13, $7.95 ISBN: 978-1-896764-23-8 Paperback, 202 pages, 5.25”x7.75”

by Kathleen McDonnell

The Shining World

by Kathleen McDonnell Ages 12-14, $8.95 ISBN: 978-1-896764-79-5 Paperback, 240 pages, 5.25”x7.75”

Pure by Karen Krossing “An engaging and fast-paced read that draws you into a futuristic world...satisfying for adults and teens alike.” —Monday Magazine (Victoria) “Margaret Atwood’s Oryx and Crake for young adults…Recommended.” —CM Magazine Ages 12-14, $10.95, ISBN: 978-1-896764-96-2 Paperback, 245 pages, 5.25”x7.75”

A Riddle of Roses by Caryl Cude Mullin illustrated by Kasia Charko Orphan Meryl sets out in search of the mythical Avalon because she wants to be a great bard, like her mother was. An intriguing fantasy springing from Celtic myth. Ages 10-13, $10.95, ISBN: 978-1-896764-28-3 Paperback, 222 pages with illustrations, 5.5”x7.5”

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adult fiction & nonfiction The White Space Between by Ami Sands Brodoff

Winner of the 2009 Canadian Jewish Book Award for Fiction

A mother and daughter walk a tightrope of remembrance of their family’s history in the Holocaust. “Brodoff … weaves myth and reality into an honest story where the white spaces are a balm for the woes and wounds of the stories that shape us.” —The Montreal Review of Books $18.95, ISBN: 978-1-897187-49-4 Paperback, 308 pages, 5.5”x8.5”

Tell Me a Story, Tell Me the Truth by Gina Roitman

A child of Holocaust survivors struggles to move forward in 1960s Montreal. “This is basic storytelling at its best…evocative and poignant, capable of turning phrases that will open your emotions like a key in a lock.”­—The Montreal Review of Books $17.95, ISBN: 978-1-897187-53-1 Paperback, 156 pages, 5”x8”

The Madwoman of Bethlehem by Rosine Nimeh-Mailloux

A Palestinian woman’s story of abuse and redemption after she is confined to the Bethlehem Oasis for Troubled Women for an act of rebellion and violence. Included in Shelf Awareness’ “Opening Lines of Books We Want to Read” section

short stories

$18.95, ISBN: 978-1-897187-48-7 Paperback, 368 pages, 5.5”x8.5”

Saving Rome

stories by Megan K. Williams

$18.95 ISBN: 978-1-897187-03-6 Paperback, 200 pages, 5.5”x8.5”

Between Friends: A Year in Letters

by Oonagh Berry and Helen Levine $17.95 ISBN: 978-1-897187-01-2 Paperback, 280 pages, 5.5”x8.5”

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Outside of Ordinary: Women’s Travel Stories

edited by Lynn Cecil and Catherine Bancroft $19.95 ISBN: 978-1-897187-00-5 Paperback, 280 pages, 6”x9”

Sometime Daughter by Melanie Dugan

$18.95 ISBN: 978-1-896764-67-2 Paperback, 168 pages, 5.5”x8.5”

She Writes

edited by Carolyn Foster

$18.95 ISBN: 978-1-896764-68-9 Paperback, 171 pages, 5.5”x8.5”

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adult nonfiction When Your Voice Tastes Like Home: Immigrant Women Write

Canadians are not Americans: Myths and Literary Traditions

$19.95, ISBN: 978-1-896764-71-9 Paperback, 184 pages, 5.5”x8.5”

$24.95, ISBN: 978-1-896764-73-3 Paperback, 344 pages, 6”x9”

edited by Prabhjot Parmar and Nila Somaia-Carten

Between Myself and Them: Stories of Disability and Difference

Bearing Up With Cancer: Life and living with...

$18.95, ISBN: 978-1-896764-99-3 Paperback, 222 pages with black and white photographs, 6”x9”

$24.95, ISBN: 978-1-896764-80-1 Paperback, 126 pages, full color photos, 8.5”x7.25”

edited by Carol Krause

Consuming Passions Feminist Approaches to Weight Preoccupation and Eating Disorders edited by Catrina Brown and Karin Jasper

$19.95, ISBN: 978-0-929005-42-3 Paperback, 404 pages, 6”x9”

Power Surge: Sex, Violence and Pornography by Susan G. Cole

$15.95 ISBN: 978-0-929005-78-2 Paperback, 254 pages, 6”x9”

Menopause: A Well Woman Book

by the Montreal Health Press $14.95 ISBN: 978-0929005-82-9 Paperback, 192 pages, 6”x9”

by Dr. Annie Smith

women’s health & studies

Pornography and the Sex Crisis by Susan G. Cole

$14.95 ISBN: 978-0-929005-46-1 Paperback, 182 pages, 6”x9”

A Mother’s Adoption Journey

Adoption Reunions

$16.95 ISBN: 978-1-896764-49-8 Paperback, 152 pages, 6”x9”

$15.95 ISBN: 978-0-929005-41-6 Paperback, 272 pages, 6”x9”

by Darlene Ryan

by Katherine L. Morrison

by Michelle McColm

Not An Easy Choice: Reexamining Abortion by Kathleen McDonnell

$19.95, ISBN: 9781-896764-65-8 Paperback, 160 pages, 5.5”x8.5”

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adult nonfiction Reconcilable Differences: Marriages End. Families Don’t. by Cate Cochran

“The book is a lesson in mature adulthood.” —Sarah Hampson, The Globe and Mail Explores the lives of ten couples who, despite failed marriages, are finding innovative ways to keep their families together. $19.95, ISBN: 978-1-897187-29-6 Paperback, 264 pages, 5.25”x7.5”

Redefining Retirement: New Realities for Boomer Women by Dr. Margret Hovanec and Elizabeth Shilton

“Useful, a good read and deserving of a wide women’s audience.” —The Financial Post A guide to what retirement means specifically for Canadian women, with concrete strategies for navigating the changes in a woman’s finances, relationships, and health. $24.95, ISBN: 978-1-897187-21-0 Paperback, 288 pages, 6”x9”

Doris McCarthy: My Life

Doris McCarthy: Ninety Years Wise

$19.95, ISBN: 978-1-897187-16-6 Paperback, black and white photos, 254 pages, 5.5”x8.5”

$29.95, ISBN: 978-1-896764-86-3 Paperback, black and white photos, full color art, 120 pages, 7.5”x9”

by Doris McCarthy with Charis Wahl

by Irene Borins Ash

On the Edge: Women Making Hockey History

$24.95, ISBN: 978-1-896764-78-8 Paperback, black and white photos, 100 pages, 7.5”x9”

$18.95, ISBN: 978-0-929005-79-9 Paperback, 336 pages, 6”x9”

parenting

Treasured Legacies: Older and Still Great

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by Doris McCarthy

by Elizabeth Etue and Megan K. Williams

Kid Culture: Children & Adults & Popular Culture

Honey, We Lost the Kids (Revised Edition)

by Kathleen McDonnell

by Kathleen McDonnell

$14.95 ISBN: 978-0-929005-64-5 Paperback, 184 pages, 6”x9”

$19.95 ISBN: 978-1-897187-04-3 Paperback, 192 pages, 6”x9”

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adult nonfiction & mysteries

edited by Sarah Silberstein Swartz and Margie Wolfe $19.95, ISBN: 978-1-896764-08-5 Paperback, 308 pages, 6”x9”

Found Treasures: Stories by Yiddish Women Writers Edited by Frieda Forman, Ethel Raicus, Sarah Silberstein Swartz, and Margie Wolfe $24.95, ISBN: 978-0-929005-53-9 Paperback, 392 pages, 6”x9”

Jewish Book Award Winner

Jewish Book Award Winner

From Memory to Transformation: Jewish Women’s Voices

A Partisan’s Memoir: Woman of the Holocaust by Faye Schulman

judaica

• Book of the Month Club – Selection

Faye Schulman was a teenager when the Nazis invaded her town on the RussianPolish border. She survived, and the photographs she took testify to the persecution she witnessed. $19.95, ISBN: 978-0-929005-76-8 Paperback, 232 pages with black and white photos, 6”x9”

Headline: Murder

See Jane Run

Bad Date

Sudden Blow

by Liz Brady

jane yeats mysteries

by April Lindgren

$15.95 978-1-896764-91-7 Paperback, 335 pages, 5.25”x8.25”

Beyond Hope

$12.95 978-1-896764-05-4 Paperback, 312 pages, 5.25”x8.5”

The Butterfly Effect

by Eve Zaremba

How far will a reporter go to get her story? And what will she risk to get it? “(Lindgren’s) got a winning investigator in political reporter Pia Keyne.” —The Globe and Mail $11.95, ISBN: 978-1-897187-41-8 Paperback, 312 pages, 7.2”x5.1”

helen keremos mysteries

Uneasy Lies

$13.95 978-1-896764-38-2 Paperback, 296 pages, 5.5”x8.5”

$11.95 978-0-929005-17-1 Paperback, 312 pages, 5.25”x8.5”

$11.95 978-0-921299-02-8 Paperback, 222 pages, 5.25”x8.5”

$11.95 978-0-929005-56-2 Paperback, 332 pages, 4.5”x7.25”

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theme index bullying & self-esteem

teen reads

The I’m a Great Little Kid Series (p.21) The Courage to Change (p.23) Between Myself and Them (p.31) Hear Me Out (p.23) My Worst Best Sleepover Party (p.24) Home Free (p.15) Violet (p.26)

101 Ways to Dance (p.23) Pure (p.29) Take the Stairs (p.23) girlSpoken (p.23) Child of Dandelions (p.23) thinandbeautiful.com (p.23) Rough Magic (p.29) The Second Trial (p.13) The Way It Is (p.8) Old Photographs (p.8) Leap (p.3)

reluctant readers The Girl Who Hated Books (p.27) Hattie Pearl Click Click (p.25) King of the Castle (p.24) The Jeremy Books (p.25) The Poppy Books (p.25)

aging

families Where’s Mom’s Hair? (p.22) Honey, We Lost the Kids (p.32) Kid Culture (p.32) A Mother’s Adoption Journey (p.31) Adoption Reunions (p.31) Reconcilable Differences (p.32)

judaica Guardian Angel House (p.16) The Diary of Laura’s Twin (p.17) From Memory to Transformation (p.33) Daughters of the Ark (p.24) Bobbie Rosenfeld (p.22) A Partisan’s Memoir (p.33) Found Treasures (p.33) The Holocaust Remembrance Series (p.16) The White Space Between (p.30) Tell Me a Story, Tell Me the Truth (p.30) Restitution (p.13) A Chanukah Noel (p.10)

immigrant voices When Your Voice Tastes Like Home (p.31) Lights for Gita (p.28) Roses for Gita (p.28) A Gift for Gita (p.28) Treasure for Lunch (p.27) Our New Home (p.22) Tell Me a Story, Tell Me the Truth (p.30) Looking for Angelina (p.21)

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abilities Zoe’s Extraordinary Holiday...(p.24) Between Myself and Them (p.31) A Friend Like Zilla (p.25) River of Hands (p.24) The Smart Princess (p.24) Franny and the Music Girl (p.25) Rainbows in the Dark (p.27) Splish, Splat! (p.4)

women’s biography Doris McCarthy: Ninety Years Wise (p.32) Doris McCarthy: My Life (p.32) Bobbie Rosenfeld (p.22) June Callwood: A Life of Action (p.22) The Women’s Hall of Fame Series (p.20) Great Women from our First Nations (p.19) Dazzling Women Designers (p.11)

queer reads Mom & Mum are Getting Married! (p.27) Hear Me Out (p.23) Bad Date (p.33) The Butterfly Effect (p.33) Beyond Hope (p.33) Uneasy Lies (p.33)

An Alien in My House (p.27) Treasured Legacies (p.32) Between Friends (p.30) Sometime Daughter (p.30) Redefining Retirement (p.32) The Little Word Catcher (p.26)

health & wellness Where’s Mom’s Hair? (p.22) Between Myself and Them (p.31) Bearing Up With Cancer (p.31) Menopause (p.31) Patrick’s Wish (p.14)

academic favorites Honey, We Lost the Kids (p.32) Kid Culture (p.32) Canadians Are Not Americans (p.31) When Your Voice Tastes Like Home (p.31) On the Edge (p.32) Our New Home (p.22)

first nations The First Nations Series (p.19) Great Musicians from our First Nations (p.19) Lacey and the African Grandmothers (p.18) The Way It Is (p.8)

environmentalism Exceptional Women Environmentalists (p.20) Sandy’s Incredible Shrinking Footprint (p.14) Our Earth (p.9)

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index by author

Krause, ed., Between Myself and Them 31 Krossing, Pure 29 Krossing, Take the Stairs 23 Anderson, Gladdy’s Wake 12 Larkin, Sexual Harassment 23 Ball, Great Women Leaders 20 Leave Out ViolencE, The Courage to Change 23 Ball, Magnificent Women in Music 20 Lee Bingham, It’s a Jungle in Here 28 Ball, Remarkable Women Writers 20 LeBox, The Princess Who Danced with Cranes 27 Ball, Astonishing Women Artists 20 Levine/Sher, Hana’s Suitcase On Stage 16 Benjamin/Mooney, Nobel’s Women... 20 Levine, Hana’s Suitcase 16 Berry/Levine, Between Friends 30 Liddell, Being Big 28 Bloomfield, The Last River Child 12 Lindgren, Headline: Murder 33 Boll, The Second Trial 13 Lundgren, Leap 3 Bonner et al, River of Hands 24 McCarthy, Doris McCarthy: Ninety Years Wise 32 BOOST, I’m a Great Kid! 21 McCarthy, Doris McCarthy: My Life 32 BOOST, Looking for Angelina 21 McColm, Adoption Reunions 31 Borins Ash, Treasured Legacies 32 McDonnell, Ezzie’s Emerald 25 Brady, Bad Date 33 McDonnell, Honey, We Lost the Kids 32 Brady, See Jane Run! 33 McDonnell, Kid Culture 32 Brady, Sudden Blow 33 McDonnell, The Nordlings 29 Braun, Incredible Women Inventors 20 McDonnell, Not An Easy Choice 31 Brown/Jasper, eds., Consuming Passions 31 McDonnell, Putting On A Show 22 Burns, Song Over Quiet Lake 12 McDonnell, The Shining World 29 Bryant, Amazing Women Athletes 20 McDonnell, The Songweavers 29 Bryan, Dazzling Women Designers 11 McDonnell, 1212 29 Clark, Guardian Angel House 16 McGuire Tremblay, Belfry Bat the Scaredy Cat 28 Cecil/Bancroft, eds., Outside of Ordinary 30 Minaki, Zoe’s Extraordinary Holiday Adventures 24 Coates, Rainbows in the Dark 27 Mitchell, Patrick’s Wish 14 Cochran, Reconcilable Differences 32 Montreal Health Press, Menopause 31 Cole, Pornography and the Sex Crisis 31 Morgan, Daughters of the Ark 24 Cole, Power Surge 31 Morgan/Turkienicz, My Worst Best... 24 Crook, Laura Secord’s Brave Walk 22 Morris, Katherine and the Garbage Dump 28 Crysdale, Fearless Female Journalists 11 Morrison, Canadians are not Americans 30 Di Domenico, Super Women in Science 20 Mulder, Maggie and the Chocolate War 18 Domney, Splish, Splat! 4 Mulder, Yeny and the Children for Peace 18 Dublin, Bobbie Rosenfeld: The Olympian... 22 Mullin, Riddle of Roses 29 Dublin, Dynamic Women Dancers 20 Mullin, Rough Magic 29 Dublin, June Callwood: A Life of Action 22 Nanji, An Alien in My House 27 Dublin, The Orphan Rescue 10 Nanji, Treasure For Lunch 27 Dugan, Sometime Daughter 30 Nanji, Child of Dandelions 23 Etue/Williams, On the Edge 32 Nimeh-Mailloux, The Madwoman of... 30 Finn, Jeremy and the Air Pirates 25 Parmar/Somaia-Carten, When Your Voice... 30 Finn, Jeremy and the Aunties 25 Pawagi, The Girl Who Hated Books 27 Foster, C., ed., She Writes 30 Pawagi, Pianomania 27 Forman et al, Found Treasures 33 Planned Parenthood, Hear Me Out! 23 Fournel, Great Women from our First Nations 19 Posesorski, Old Photographs 8 Gilmore, A Friend Like Zilla 25 Reid, The Way It Is 8 Gilmore, A Gift for Gita 28 Roitman, Tell Me a Story, Tell Me the Truth 30 Gilmore, Aunt Fred is a Witch 28 Rooney, Extraordinary Women Explorers 20 Gilmore, Lights for Gita 28 Rooney, Exceptional Women Environmentalists 20 Gilmore, Roses for Gita 28 Ryan, A Mother’s Adoption Journey 31 Gilmore, Wild Rilla 27 Sands Brodoff, The White Space Between 30 Gilmore, When-I-was-a-little-girl 26 Schilling, Great Athletes from our First Nations 19 Glickman, Bernadette and the Lunch Bunch 24 Schilling, Men of Courage... 19 Gomes, My Mom Loves Me More than Sushi 26 Schilling, Great Musicians... 19 Gray, Princess Backwards 27 Schulman, A Partisan’s Memoir 33 Grossman, Charlene’s Choice 21 Setterington, Mom and Mum are Getting …27 Grossman, It’s No Joke, My Telephone Broke 21 Shaw, Fostergirls 2 Grossman, Now I See How Great I Can Be 21 Shaw, thinandbeautiful.com 23 Grossman, Respect Is Correct 21 Simard, The Little Word Catcher 26 Grossman, Sam Speaks Out 21 Simoni, Fantastic Female Filmmakers 20 Grossman, A Tale Worth Telling 21 Smith, Bearing Up with Cancer 31 Gueldenpfenning, Spectacular Women in Space 20 Souza, Princess to the Rescue 5 Handy & Carpenter, Sandy’s Incredible... 14 Spring, The Righteous Smuggler 17 Hearn, Franny and the Music Girl 25 Stehlik, Violet 26 Hearn, Hattie Pearl Click Click 25 Stellings, The Contest 15 Hearn/Milne, Our New Home 22 Stinson, King of the Castle 24 Hébert, Amazing Adventures of Littlefish 28 Stinson, 101 Ways to Dance 23 Hébert, Bird Brain 25 Swanson, Gray Wolf ’s Search 19 Hébert, A Ghost in My Mirror 25 Swartz/Wolfe, From Memory to Transformation 33 Hébert, A Monster in My Cereal 25 Toronto Child Abuse Centre, Facilitator’s ...21 Hébert, Poppy’s Whale 25 Upjohn, Lily and the Paper Man 26 Hébert, Witch’s Brew 25 Tregebov, Sasha and the Wiggly Tooth 28 Hein/Holland/Kauppi, girlSpoken 23 Tregebov, Sasha and the Wind 28 Holler, Lacey and the African Grandmothers 18 Tregebov, What-If Sara 27 Hovanec/Shilton, Redefining Retirement 32 Watters, Where’s Mom’s Hair? 22 Hutsell-Manning, That Summer in Franklin 7 Westerhout, Business in Bangkok 27 Jennings, A Chanukah Noel 10 Williams, Maddy’s Amazing African Birthday 26 Jennings, Home Free 15 Williams, Saving Rome 30 Kacer, Clara’s War 17 Wilson, Our Earth 9 Kacer, The Diary of Laura’s Twin 17 Wolfe, Terrific Women Teachers 6 Kacer, Hiding Edith 17 Zaremba, Beyond Hope 33 Kacer, The Night Spies 17 Zaremba, The Butterfly Effect 33 Kacer, Restitution 13 Zaremba, Uneasy Lies 33 Kacer, The Secret of Gabi’s Dresser 17 Kacer, The Underground Reporters 17 Kirsh, Fabulous Female Physicians 20

by title 101 Ways to Dance 23 1212 29 Adoption Reunions 31 An Alien in My House 27 Amazing Women Athletes 20 Amazing Adventures of Littlefish 28 Astonishing Women Artists 20 Aunt Fred is a Witch 28 Bad Date 33 Bearing Up With Cancer 31 Being Big 28 Belfry Bat the Scaredy Cat 28 Bernadette and the Lunch Bunch 24 Between Friends 30 Between Myself and Them 31 Beyond Hope 33 Bird Brain 25 Bobbie Rosenfeld: The Olympian… 22 Business in Bangkok 27 The Butterfly Effect 33 Canadians are not Americans 31 A Chanukah Noel 10 Charlene’s Choice 21 Child of Dandelions 23 Clara’s War 17 The Contest 15 Consuming Passions 31 The Courage to Change 23 Daughters of the Ark 24 Dazzling Women Designers 11 The Diary of Laura’s Twin 17 Doris McCarthy: Ninety Years Wise 32 Doris McCarthy: My Life 32 Dynamic Women Dancers 20 Exceptional Women Environmentalists 20 Extraordinary Women Explorers 20 Ezzie’s Emerald 25 Fabulous Female Physicians 20 Facilitator’s Guide –– I’m A Great...Series 21 Fantastic Female Filmmakers 20 Fearless Female Journalists 11 Found Treasures 33 Fostergirls 2 Franny and the Music Girl 25 A Friend Like Zilla 25 From Memory to Transformation 33 Guardian Angel House 16 A Ghost in My Mirror 25 A Gift for Gita 28 The Girl Who Hated Books 27 girlSpoken 23 Gladdy’s Wake 12 Gray Wolf ’s Search 19 Great Athletes from our First Nations 19 Great Musicians from our First Nations 19 Great Women from our First Nations 19 Great Women Leaders 20 Hana’s Suitcase On Stage 16 Hana’s Suitcase 16 Hattie Pearl Click Click 25 Hear Me Out 23 Headline: Murder 33 Hiding Edith 17 Holocaust Remembrance Series 16/17 Home Free 15 Honey, We Lost the Kids 32 Incredible Women Inventors 20 I’m a Great Kid! 21 It’s a Jungle in Here 28 It’s No Joke, My Telephone Broke 21 Jeremy and the Air Pirates 25 Jeremy and the Aunties 25 June Callwood: A Life of Action 22 Katherine and the Garbage Dump 28 Kid Culture 32 King of the Castle 24 Lacey and the African Grandmothers 18 The Last River Child 14 Laura Secord’s Brave Walk 22 Leap 3 Lily and the Paper Man 26 Lights for Gita 28 The Little Word Catcher 26

Looking for Angelina 21 Maddy’s Amazing African Birthday 26 The Madwoman of Bethlehem 30 Maggie and the Chocolate War 18 Magnificent Women in Music 20 Men of Courage from our First Nations 19 Menopause: A Well Woman Book 31 Mom and Mum are Getting Married 27 A Monster in My Cereal 25 A Mother’s Adoption Journey 31 My Mom Loves Me More Than Sushi 26 My Worst Best Sleepover Party 24 The Night Spies 17 Nobel’s Women of Peace 20 The Nordlings 29 Not an Easy Choice 31 Now I See How Great I Can Be 21 Old Photographs 8 The Orphan Rescue 10 On the Edge 32 Outside of Ordinary 30 Our Earth 9 Our New Home 22 A Partisan’s Memoir 33 Patrick’s Wish 14 Pianomania 27 Poppy’s Whale 25 Pornography and the Sex Crisis 31 Power Surge 31 Princess Backwards 27 Princess to the Rescue 5 The Princess Who Danced with Cranes 27 Pure 29 Putting on a Show: Theater for Young People 22 Rainbows in the Dark 27 Reconcilable Differences 32 Redefining Retirement 32 Remarkable Women Writers 20 Restitution 13 Respect is Correct 21 A Riddle of Roses 29 The Righteous Smuggler 17 A River of Hands 24 Roses for Gita 28 Rough Magic 29 Sandy’s Incredible Shrinking Footprint 14 Sam Speaks Out 21 Sasha and the Wiggly Tooth 28 Sasha and the Wind 28 Saving Rome 30 The Secret of Gabi’s Dresser 17 The Second Trial 13 See Jane Run! 33 Sexual Harassment 23 She Writes 30 The Shining World 29 The Smart Princess 24 Sometime Daughter 30 Song Over Quiet Lake 12 The Songweavers 29 Spectacular Women in Space 20 Splish, Splat! 4 Sudden Blow 33 Super Women in Science 20 Take the Stairs 23 A Tale Worth Telling 21 Tell Me a Story, Tell Me the Truth 30 Terrific Women Teachers 6 That Summer in Franklin 7 thinandbeautiful.com 23 Treasure for Lunch 27 Treasured Legacies 32 The Underground Reporters 17 Uneasy Lies 33 Violet 26 The Way It Is 8 What-If Sara 27 When Your Voice Tastes Like Home 30 When-I-was-a-little-girl 26 Where’s Mom’s Hair? 22 The White Space Between 30 Wild Rilla 27 Witch’s Brew 25 Women’s Hall of Fame Series 20 Yeny and the Children for Peace 18 Zoe’s Extraordinary Holiday Adventures 24


price list new releases Fostergirls/Shaw 978-1-897187-90-6...............................$11.95 pb Leap/Lundgren 978-1-897187-85-2...............................$11.95 pb Princess to the Rescue/Souza 978-1-897187-93-7............................... $15.95 hc Splish, Splat!/Domney 978-1-897187-88-3............................... $15.95 hc Terrific Women Teachers/Wolfe 978-1-897187-86-9...............................$10.95 pb That Summer in Franklin/Hutsell-Manning 978-1-897187-89-0...............................$18.95 pb The Holocaust Remembrance Teacher’s Guide Set 978-1-897187-95-1..................................$249 pb The Holocaust Remembrance Teacher’s Guide 978-1-897187-94-4..................................$149 pb

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