Author Archives: Kaitlyn Merriman

About Kaitlyn Merriman

Master of Information Candidate ( LIS) University of Toronto (2019 expected)

Lobby Display: World Braille Day, Engaging With Visually Impaired Students

World Braille Day is on January 4th, but the OISE Library wants to recognize a few great titles a little early this year in our lobby display! Our lobby display is designed to provide the OISE community with some great … Continue reading

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Featured Activity Kit- Story Telling on the River

Introduce your class to one of Canada’s most prominent Indigenous historical artifacts, the canoe! Sharing a Story: The Canoe , is a unique puzzle to share with your class. Produced under Indigenous Affairs Canada, this puzzle is unlike traditional puzzles as its … Continue reading

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New Titles: Kindness in November

Good things come in moderation, Stop This Birthday, written by Rowan Cutler and Illustrated by Elizabeth McClellan, is a about a little girl who takes her birthday wish a little too far.  The story begins on the morning of Zephyr’s birthday … Continue reading

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New Titles: October

How I Became a Ghost: A Choctaw Trail of Tears Story, the first novel in the How I Became a Ghost Trilogy, by Tim Tingle, is a gripping tale perfect for introducing Indigenous stories into your classroom while also incorporating … Continue reading

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