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Autumn 2019
Halloween 2019
Remembrance Day 2019
Real Reader Reviews
Elementary School picks waiting for students to review them :). Interested? Email orders@mosaicbooks.ca to find out more!
Real Reader Reviews
Middle School picks waiting for students to review them :). Interested? Email orders@mosaicbooks.ca to find out more!
Real Reader Reviews
High School picks waiting for students to review them :). Interested? Email orders@mosaicbooks.ca to find out more!
 
Battle of the Books
Grades 3 & 4, 2019/2020
 
Battle of the Books
Grade 5, 2019/2020
 
Battle of the Books
Grade 6/7, 2019/2020
#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 further reading, please check WNDB's highly popular, "End Of Year Lists", as well as a very thorough list/research page, here
Mosaic's Faves: LGBTQ
Fiction and non-fiction books exploring the LGBTQ experience.
French Kids Books
Livres Français pour L'Enfants
Mosaic's Faves: Wordless Books
A selection of our favourite wordless storybooks
Mosaic's Faves: Graphic Adjacent
The transition stage between Kids Graphic Novel to Kids Fiction (stories with a little bit of pictures and paragraphs). Choose Your Own Adventure books, Geronimo and Thea Stilton, the I Survived series and Who/What was series are also great options.
Mosaic's Faves: Elementary School
Our suggested new releases for elementary schools
Mosaic's Faves: Middle School
Our suggested new releases for middle schools
Mosaic's Faves: Secondary School
Our suggested new releases for secondary schools
Indigenous Authors & Books
Check out our favourite titles celebrating Indigenous stories and themes
STEM
Our suggested new releases for middle schools