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Amy Wu can do a lot of things, but the one thing she cannot do is make the perfect bao. While cooking with her family one day, Amy comes up with a plan that may just make her a bao-making master.
Twins Fern and Horn exemplify children’s boundless energy and imagination, creating masterpieces using crayons, paper and cardboard boxes. Vibrant artwork interplays with themes of sharing, problem solving and sibling love.
A beautifully illustrated book to celebrate all babies. Lyrical, rhyming text draws parallels between babies and their animal counterparts, from monkeys and turtles to joeys and bear cubs.
This beautiful book invites families to begin and end their day with gratitude. Thoughtful verse is accompanied by engaging family photographs from the collective blog Tea&Bannock.
Babies everywhere will be captivated by this stunning board book that features photos of young children celebrating their naturally beautiful hair, from beaded and braided to wavy and wrappy.
Colour, text and illustration mesh beautifully in this poetic story of a boy who, through his close forest observations, gathers information with which he will artistically recreate his very own forest. Repeated readings will reveal many new details!
Come join father, son and pooch as they enjoy the fresh-falling snow, the delicious smell of hot chocolate and the excitement of tobogganing and making snow angels together. Soft text and evocative illustrations combine to create the perfect atmosphere.
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