Feast for 10
This story shows a family doing everyday activities. Everyone is helping with the routines of bringing home the food from the grocery store, cooking and eating together.
Brown Bear, Brown Bear What Do You See?
This is a classic for all ages. Babies and toddlers enjoy the bold colours and animals shapes. Beginning readers quickly pick up the pattern and rhythm of the book and are often able to predict what animal comes next.
A Crowded Ride in the Countryside
A Crowded Ride in the Countryside is a funny story about increasing numbers of farm animals catching a ride with a farmer going to the county fair. Your child can count the number of animals that squeeze into the farmer’s truck. See what happens when they hit a bump in the road!
The Napping House
This rhythmic story about a grandmother, a child, a dog, a cat, a mouse and a flea. The sleepy household congregate on Granny’s bed, slowly building a very relaxed pile of bodies.
The Little Mouse, the Red Ripe Strawberry and the Big Hungry Bear
This is a lovely story for encouraging together time with your child. Your child will quickly pick up on the pattern and rhythm of the story as the little mouse tries to protect his red, ripe strawberry from the big hungry bear.
A Porcupine in a Pine Tree
This is a retelling of a traditional Christmas song “The Twelve Days of Christmas”, but instead of the usual turtle doves and a partridge in a pear tree, there are uniquely Canadian images that may be more familiar to children.
Max Found Two Sticks
In this story a boy takes two sticks that the wind blows into his lap, and he taps on different items in his neighborhood to imitate the sounds he hears.