Category Archives: New Titles

New Titles: Good reads for hunkering down

Wishtree   by Katherine Applegate with illustrations by Charles Santoso is a compelling story about a tree named Red. All the trees and animals in this book are able to talk; they just hide this fact from humans. But what … 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: November

Taku Wadaka He? (What Do You See?) by Joanne Zacharias, Illustrated by Steven Smith This beautifully illustrated story is about the culture of the Dakota people, and the bonds that form between a grandfather and granddaughter as they explore the hidden … Continue reading

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New Titles: Diverse Perspectives

Les enfants de l’eau [écrit par Angèle Delaunois; illustré par Gérard Frischeteau] Cette histoire est sur le sujet de comment des enfants des cultures différentes voient l’eau. Les pages décrivent plusieurs perspectives. Ce livre serait utile dans une salle de classe parce qu’il permet aux … 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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