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Indigenous Authors & Titles
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Read, Listen, Tell
Sophie McCall
Paperback | Jun 2017
on order $48.99
(releases Jun 10 2017)
My Decade at Old Sun, My Lifetime of Hell
Arthur Bear Chief
Paperback | Jan 2017
2 in store $19.95
Glass Beads
Dawn Dumont
Paperback | May 2017
on order $20.00
(releases May 1 2017)
This Accident of Being Lost
Leanne Betasamosake Simpson
Paperback | Apr 2017
on order $19.95
(releases Apr 8 2017)
An Illustrated History of Canada's Native People, Fourth Edition
Arthur J Ray
Paperback | May 2016
2 in store $39.95
mitewacimowina
Neal Mcleod
Paperback | Dec 2016
sold out $24.95
(on order)
Gatherings Journal XV
Gregory ed Younging
Paperback | Oct 2016
sold out $22.95
(on order)
Kuessipan
Naomi Fontaine
Paperback | Sep 2013
2 in store $14.95
When We Were Alone
David Alexander Robertson
Hardcover | Dec 2016
8 in store $18.95
He Who Dreams
Melanie Florence
Paperback | Jan 2017
7 in store $9.95
The Journal of Etienne Mercier
David Bouchard
Hardcover | Nov 2016
5 in store $19.95
Embers
Richard Wagamese
Paperback | Oct 2016
17 in store $18.95
(more on order)
Take Us to Your Chief
Drew Hayden Taylor
Paperback | Oct 2016
3 in store $18.95
Secret Path
Gord Downie
Paperback | Oct 2016
11 in store $20.24
Wenjack
Joseph Boyden
Paperback | Oct 2016
17 in store $12.00
Akilak's Adventure
Deborah Kigjugalik Webster
Paperback | Oct 2016
1 in store $10.95
The Incredible Adventures of Mary Jane Mosquito
Tomson Highway
Hardcover | Sep 2016
3 in store $24.95
I Am Not a Number
Jenny Kay Dupuis
Hardcover | Sep 2016
4 in store $18.95

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ALA's 2017 Youth Media Award Winners
The American Library Association has announced the top books, video and audiobooks for children and young adults. This year's ALA prize winners + honor books are below.
Emigration & Immigration
Featured fiction and non ficiton titles that explore this important social theme.


#WeNeedDiverseBooks!
We Need Diverse Books (WNDB) started as a hashtag in 2014 and evolved into a trademarked, volunteer-run, nonprofit organization in 2015. There have been a growing number of literary initiatives in place as librarians and booksellers work hard to change the conversation around diverse books, and to help others present diverse books more effectively to readers. For futher reading, please check WNDB's highly popular, "End Of Year Lists", as well as a very thorough list/research page, here


MOSAIC FAVES: Elementary School Picks
Our suggested new releases for elementary schools


MOSAIC FAVES: Middle School Picks
Our suggested new releases for middle schools


MOSAIC FAVES: Secondary School Picks
Our suggested new releases for secondary schools


MOSAIC FAVES: LGBTQ
Fiction and non-fiction books exploring the LGBTQ experience.


MOSAIC FAVES: Wordless Books
A selection of our favourite wordless storybooks


Battle of the Books | Grade 3 | 2016 / 2017 


Battle of the Books | Grade 3 & Grade 4 | 2016 / 2017 


Battle of the Books | Grade 5 | 2016 / 2017 


Battle of the Books | Grade 6 & Grade 7 | 2016 / 2017 

2016 Red Cedar Fiction Books
B.C.'s Young Readers' Choice Awards 2016/2017
2016 Red Cedar Information Books
B.C.'s Young Readers' Choice Awards 2016/2017