• Children's & young adult reference material
      April 2016

      Kings & Queens of England and Scotland

      by Pamela Egan

      This fascinating, full-colour book illustrates and describes all the English monarchs since William the Conqueror and all the Scottish monarchs since Robert the Bruce, right up to Queen Elizabeth II. Each spread features a family tree together with biographies of the monarchs and a description of key events of the period. An A3 pull-out poster shows a continuous timeline of all the monarchs in succession, along with the dates of each one’s reign.

    • People & places (Children's/YA)
      October 2019

      50 Real Heroes for Boys

      True Stories of Courage, Integrity, Kindness, Empathy, Compassion, and More!

      by Christy Monson

      50 Real Heroes for Boys teaches young boys everywhere that being a man only requires being yourself—but your best self. Bright, colorful portraits by over a dozen international artists accompany true stories of men who knew that character—things like integrity, kindness, empathy, courage, respect for women, and more—mixed with their own unique gifts—art, athletics, creativity, dance, music, curiosity, and more—could make the world a better place. Readers will find Jackie Robinson, who used courage to break barriers in sports; Jim Henson, who used humor to uplift the lives of millions; Dav Pilkey, who used perseverance to push through dyslexia and become one of the world's most successful children's book authors; and many more! The book also includes dozens of stories of women like Marie Curie, Mary Anning, and Jane Goodall, because boys can have women heroes too! Written by marriage and family therapist Christy Monson, 50 Real Heroes for Boys reminds boys everywhere what true masculinity is all about.

    • People & places (Children's/YA)

      Cwymp

      Wal Berlin : [tachwedd 9ed, 1989]

      by Jeremy Smith

      A look at the build-up to the big day, the factors that created history and the aftermath of the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989.

    • People & places (Children's/YA)

      Dr Hany El Banna

      A Servant to the World's Poorest People

      by Suma. Din

    • Educational: Geography

      We Children of Wales

      Snapshots of Our Lives

      by Ann. Saer

    • Picture books

      Nia's First Day

      by Val. Scurlock

    • Children's & young adult: general non-fiction
      October 2013

      In Grandpa's Day

      Memories of Pioneer Life

      by Roxanne McLaren, Kevin Dodds

      The story of Canadian pioneer life during the settlement of Upper Canada, around 1867. Kevin Dodds' paintings depicting scenes from Upper Canada Village, the Log Farm, and other locations in Ontario, accompany Roxanne McLaren's stories about Canadian pioneer life in an earlier time.

    • Children's & young adult: general non-fiction
      December 2015

      Air-Crazy

      Fascinating stories of Canadian women in the air

      by Elizabeth Gillan Muir

      When airplanes were first invented over 100 years ago, they were flown by men. Women weren't even supposed to be passengers. But many "air-crazy" women wanted to fly, and eventually they did - becoming pilots, stewardesses, flight instructors and astronauts. Author and historian Elizabeth Gillan Muir tells stories about some of these courageous and determined women across Canada who contributed so much to Canadian aviation history.

    • People & places (Children's/YA)
      January 2017

      Fly Guy Presents: Castles (Scholastic Reader, Level 2)

      by Tedd Arnold

      Children across the nation voted for the topic of this Fly Guy Presents book, and the winner is . . . CASTLES! Fly Guy and Buzz are going to learn all about castles: from drawbridges and dungeons, to knights and jesters! Award-winning author/illustrator Tedd Arnold really brings nonfiction to life for beginning readers. There is eye-catching holographic foil on the front cover!

    • People & places (Children's/YA)
      January 2017

      Famous Friends

      Best Buds, Rocky Relationships, and Awesomely Odd Couples from Past to Present

      by Jennifer Castle/Illustrator Bill Spring

      Famous Friends explores fascinating stories like these to find out what happens when someone who is really famous becomes friends with someone ELSE who's really famous. . Sidebars with historical context help position each friendship in its time period as readers travel from the early days of the American colonies to today's biggest celebrity pairings. From the original "bromance" to #squadgoals, get ready to learn about the coolest friendships of all time.

    • People & places (Children's/YA)

      Grade 2 Health Book: Personal Hygeine Edition (Health Care)

      by Baby Professor

      Being self-conscious is an emergent characteristic in second graders. It is, therefore, important to start a personal hygiene education. This health book is an excellent introduction to the subject - with its select facts and well-chosen images. This a book that second graders will absolutely love! Be sure to buy your copy today!</p

    • People & places (Children's/YA)

      Mr. Goo Goes Food Tripping: Famous Food and Delicacies in Europe

      by Baby Professor

      They say that the local cuisine say so much about the culture and tradition of a people. There are fantastic shows and books out there that explicitly describe mouthwatering local dishes; and this is one of those books. Detailed here are Mr. Goo's food adventures around Europe. The pictures look so delicious that you would be itching to visit Europe soon! Open a copy today!</p

    • People & places (Children's/YA)

      Mr. Goo Goes Food Tripping: Famous Food and Delicacies in South America

      by Baby Professor

      Mr. Goo goes on a food trip to South America, and he's sharing his great food finds! The main advantage of presenting information through picture books is that it put to paper what are otherwise mental images if described through words. Through this method, communication skills is enhanced. Understanding of the subject comes easy too. So grab a copy of this picture book today!</p

    • People & places (Children's/YA)

      Mr. Goo Goes Food Tripping: Famous Food and Delicacies in North America

      by Baby Professor

      Food in North America is on the spotlight in this dedicated picture book. Here, Mr. Goo shares his gastronomic food experience to give you a delicious introduction to its culture and tradition. Grab a copy of this picture book to learn about the spices they use, food presentation, and what food means to the people of North America.</p

    • People & places (Children's/YA)

      Mr. Goo Goes Food Tripping: Famous Food and Delicacies in Asia

      by Baby Professor

      Asian cuisine is a treasure trove of delicious delights. It's no wonder Mr. Goo had such great time documenting his food adventures around Asia, and sharing with you through this book. Prepare to feel your mouth water as eyes see the wonderful images found in the following pages. This book is perfect for adventurers, travel bloggers and even home cooks. Grab a copy today!</p

    • People & places (Children's/YA)

      Mr. Goo Goes Food Tripping: Famous Food and Delicacies in the Middle East

      by Baby Professor

      The food in the Middle East is cooked with so much aromatic spices that the food would taste much better than they look! Through this book, Mr. Goo would take you into an epic food adventure in the Middle East. Picture books are highly effective at introducing cultures and tradition through food. Order a copy today!</p

    • People & places (Children's/YA)

      Don't Eat Me! (Healthy Foods for Kids) : 3rd Grade Science Workbook Series

      by Baby Professor

      Are your kids slowly getting addicted to junk food? Reverse that inclination by teaching them to eat healthy foods instead. This picture book is highly entertaining and will definitely change your children's perspective of food. By allowing them to learn to eat healthy on their own, they will easily put those concepts to practice too. Encourage our children to start reading this book today!</p

    • People & places (Children's/YA)

      To Eat Or Not To Eat? The Meat And Beans Group - Food Pyramid: 2nd Grade Science Series

      by Baby Professor

      What do meat and beans do to your body? Here, your child will learn why you always tell him/her to eat the green beans. Filled with pictures and as few text as possible, learning is made fun and easy. Learning through pictures paves the way for the universal understanding of concepts. So grab a copy of this educational book today!</p

    • People & places (Children's/YA)

      To Eat Or Not To Eat? The Milk And Dairy Group - Food Pyramid: 2nd Grade Science Series

      by Baby Professor

      Cows produce the dairy products that fill your bones with calcium. It is important that children know this fact to develop an appreciation for these animals, and also learnt to love dairy. With combined text and images, this book is a joy to have around the house. Make sure you grab a copy for your child today!</p

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