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Escape from Syria graphic novel is a must-read

Twenty-three per cent. That's the percentage of Syrian refugee girls who have become child brides – some as young as nine - since the crisis in that country started. It's a number that has stuck with me since reading Escape... Continue Reading →

Graphic novel is based on a true story of Japanese-American internment camps during the Second World War

Great illustrations and a unique way to share information about a time in our past.

Get to know Canadian women trailblazers with Canadian Women Now+Then

Learn the stories of more than 100 Canadian women trailblazers in this Kids Can Press book.

DK Smithsonian Journey offers a fascinating look at the world of human exploration

From the Acient World to travel today and times in between this DK Smithsonian illustrated book is packed full of information about human exploration and travel.

Birds in flight, a boy who invented the Popsicle, the big bang and a no-plastic challenge – picture books reviewed

Non-fiction picture books help kids learn about the Big Bang theory, the inventor of the Popsicle, birds and how to reduce plastic use.

DK’s Street Through Time is an amazing look at 12,000 years of history

DK's A Street Through Time is an really cool look at how human settlements have changed throughout history.

Learning more about the Second World War through a family trapped on the Gothic Line

War in My Town is based on the true story of a young girl, whose beloved Italian village becomes the last stronghold of the Nazis.

The critics are right – The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out The Window and Disappeared is a must read

Everyone is right - You need to read The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out The Window and Disappeared

Hope and new travel destinations the result of UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Learn about the 1,073 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in this Firefly Books reference guide.

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