Give the gift of a cozy moment with a book from our extensive reading selection this holiday season. We’ve got a wide variety of genres to interest almost any avid reader; don’t believe us? Just take a look!
There’s endless hours of fun for the gem, jewel, or rock fan jam packed into this activity book. Colouring, mazes, stickers, and more will not only keep kids busy, but learning while they go.
Young children can explore the Anishinaabe tradition of totem poles and the meaning behind identifying with various animals through Danielle Daniel’s simple poetry.
Follow the tales of one tricky rabbit (no, it’s not Bugs Bunny) on his curious adventures as he discovers the importance of connecting with and helping others.
Get the whole family off the couch and out enjoying nature while you learn some basics about foraging from this practical guide. The easy-to-identify plants referenced make it just as useful for those in the city as those in the countryside.
So you’re a fan of birds; but how well do you know the “prominent” bird enthusiasts? This eclectic read is full to the brim of stories of “birdmaniacs” and just how far they would take their avian pursuits.
You’ll be a certified nature detective (certificate not included) after finishing this one! From forecasting to tracking, you’ll be able to identify the subtle messages that nature is sending you.
This ambitious piece will take you on a journey through the world of fungi. You’ll dig into the roots of fungi, gain a deeper understanding of this diverse kingdom of organisms, and maybe even shift your perspective.
Perfect for the newly independent reader, these stories set in a time “when animals and human beings still talked to each other,” will inspire imagination and just a hint of mischief.
Through the lens of an Indigenous botanist, this read offers the gift of awakening one’s ecological consciousness – teaching the reader to listen for nature’s forgotten voices.
This collection of never-before-published archival photographs offers a snapshot of eight Indigenous communities across North America. It represents a meaningful act of reclamation and provides the opportunity to witness the resilience of these communities.