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Steve is a fine horse, but he wants to be exceptional. When Steve finds a gold horn just lying there on the ground, he considers himself very lucky. That is until all of Steve’s friends want to be exceptional too, and silliness ensues.
Charlotte wants a pet very badly; a dog or a hamster would be great! When Charlotte’s parents buy her a pet rock for her sixth birthday, it wasn’t exactly what she had in mind. Soon she comes to love her new pet and discovers things are not always what they seem.
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A young boy’s unselfconscious determination to stay true to his style instincts inspires others to embrace their own uniqueness.
Follow this energetic little one through a day of wild activities and adventures that ends with a sweet goodnight and snuggles.
Readers are challenged to guess which bug a particular body part belongs to. Informative, colourful and best of all: filled with bugs!
Gentle, rhyming text and bold illustrations, by First Nations artist Roy Henry Vickers, depict the wild beauty of the West Coast for the youngest of readers.
Our top picks of the best Canadian children's books for building reading readiness in kids under five. Because the first books you share with your child should also be the best!
Ages: 0-5 years