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Picture books about the importance of just dancing

Two picture books both with the same message - follow your dreams, be yourself and just dance.

Set in a not to distant future, The Worlds in My Hands has great characters, story and message

Created as an art journal, The Words in my Hands follows the story of Piper, a Deaf woman who finally finds her way and her voice after being introduced to the Deaf community.

Great lesson in Harvey and the Extraordinary by Toronto’s Eliza Martin

Harvey and the Extraordinary is about a little girl named Mimi, an expert in extraordinariness, who just needs to prove it to her family.

Picture book and graphic novel about anxiety reviewed

In this picture book and graphic novel from Annick Press, the main characters find ways to overcome their anxiety.

The Bare Naked Book, Chickenology and pranks – wonderful reads this month

From chickens and birds to playing in the rain and pulling pranks, I have been reading some fun - and perhaps inspiring - books.

The Song From Somewhere Else, Louder Than Words and Snazzy Cat Capers reviewed

Book based on a true story during the Second World War; cats; and a song from someplace else - middle grade books reviewed.

Q&A with Jamal Saeed, co-author of Yara’s Spring, about Syria, love and creativity

Powerful Q&A with author Jamal Saeed about Syrian, activism and using creativity to survive.

Guest post: Author Allison Mills talks about The Ghost Collector and the power of music

Allison Mills, author of the middle grade book The Ghost Collector, talks about the connection to music in this guest post as part of the Annick Press Blog Tour.

Middle grade book tells the story of Marcel Marceau, who saved Jewish children during the Second World War

Kathy Kacer's Masters of Silence showcases the story of mime Marcel Marceau who helped Jewish children escape Nazis.

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