As dusk falls, mother and child perform a bedtime ritual by singing a welcoming song to the night.
These original nonsense poems about a miscellany of odd beasts comprised of a mixture of two species, such as a Rhinocerostrich, a Bumblebeaver, a Kangarooster, and a Camelelephant, are clever and funny.
Since remote times, the dance has played an essential part in the life of the Mexican people. The variety of dances executed in Mexico in the present day is incredible–this booklet describes the costumes and history behind fourteen dances.
Don Carlos likes to do everything in a big way, but his idea to serve lots of snails in his restaurant nearly destroys the whole village.
In the summer of 2011, the death of their mother sends Megan and her younger brother Ian on a dangerous journey across a Canada ravaged by drought and the collapse of civilization.
A promise made by her parents before she was born sends ten-year-old Princess Rania to the desert continent of Roshan to learn mastery of the wind and rain from the old woman known as the Sandwriter. Sequel to ‘Sandwriter.’
A Tundra anthology in words and art showing children of many backgrounds growing up in many parts of Canada.
When thirteen-year-old Katie learns that her stepmother is pregnant, she spends the summer at her grandparents’ Victorian home brooding, until the presence of an old-fashioned girl on her bedroom wall shares secrets of the real meaning of family.
A tempting boat trip tests an alley-rat’s loyalty to her best friend.
Since remote times, Mexican wearing apparel has been varied, rich and of spectacular appearance. This booklet describes traditional costumes from various states in Mexico, including Oaxaca, Puebla, Chiapas, Jalisco and Michoacan.