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Woozles Bookshelf

The Woozles Bookshelf contains a growing collection of our favourite Titles organized by category. See New Stock for a sneak preview of new books (from the latest Woozles Newsletter) that will appear on our shelves over the next few months.

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Picture Books

A Bedtime for Bear by Bonny Becker, illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton


In this companion to the much-loved A Visitor for Bear, Mouse comes for a sleepover, but Bear likes absolute quiet at bedtime. How fill Mouse fit into Bear's bedtime routine? With wit, warmth and understanding. [$20.00]
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A Christmas Dollhouse by Richard Rudnicki


Set in Nova Scotia during the Great Depression, this Christmas story is one of hope in the face of hardship, the importance of community and will appeal to anyone who believes in the magic of Christmas. [$18.95]
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A Day With You in Paradise by Lennie Gallant, illustrated by Patsy MacKinnon


Based on the song by singer/songwriter Lennie Gallant, this is a lovely and lyrical depiction of a day in the sun at a beautiful PEI beach. [$12.95]
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A Gold Star for Zog by Julia Donaldson, illustrated by Axel Scheffler


Zog is a very eager dragon. In his repeated attempts to impress his dragon teacher, he finds himself bruised and bandaged and...being aided by a helpful girl. When his teacher assigns the task of capturing a princess, the girl once again comes to his aid - and he to hers! [$18.99]
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Again! by Emily Gravett


It's cool to love books. But when Cedric the dragon makes his mum read the same one over and over and over again there are incendiary consequences. [$19.99]
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All For Me & None For All by Helen Lester, illustrated by Lynn Munsinger


From the team that brought us Tacky the Penguin comes a true tale of greed. Gruntly is a hog; a ball hog, a snack hog, a treasure hog! When he finds out about a treasure hunt, he can't wait to find the first clue. But what he finds instead are the unexpected pleasures and rewards that come from sharing! [$19.95]
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Amos & Boris by William Steig


Finally reprinted, this story is about Amos the mouse and Boris the whale, two friends with nothing in common but their huge hearts. [$8.99]
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and then it's spring by Julie Fogliano, illustrated by Erin E. Stead


After a long winter, a boy and his dog plant a garden in the hopes of welcoming spring. At first, they wait. And wait. But soon all the brown gives way to the faintest glimmerings of green and...spring! [$18.99]
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Apples & Butterflies by Shauntay Grant, illustrated by Tamara Thiebaux-Hiekalo


With lush, luminous illustrations and lyrical poetry, this book is an exquisite ode to the wonders of Prince Edward Island in the fall. [$19.95]
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Are You a Cow? by Sandra Boynton


Are you a cow? Are you a dog? Are you a duck? Are you a frog? No matter who (or what) we are, it's great to be ourselves! [$6.99]
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Art and Max by David Wiesner


Two friends, Max and Arthur, explore the wonders of both friendship and art in this touching story in which Max is a budding painter who looks to his more accomplished friend for guidance. [$22.50]
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B is for Bluenose: A Nova Scotia Alphabet by Susan Tooke


From another one of our favourite award-winning local author/illustrators, readers will explore Nova Scotia past and present in this exquisitely illustrated alphabet book. [$22.95]
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Baby Play by Carol McDougall & Shanda LaRamee-Jones


The first book in an exciting new series, 'Baby Steps.' With fun, rhyming text and real-life baby pictures, Baby Play will make the perfect shower gift! [$8.95]
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Bear Has a Story To Tell by Philip C. Stead, illustrated by Erin E. Stead


As the title would suggest, Bear wishes to share a story with his friends but they are all very busy getting ready for winter. So he helps them. When the time comes, he has forgotten his story but now his friends come to his rescue. [$18.99]
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Because Amelia Smiled by David Ezra Stein


This book demonstrates how one small act of kindness can lead to another. And another. And another. Until the effects of something as simple as a smile have been felt around the world. [$20.00]
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Blowin' in the Wind by Bob Dylan, illustrated by Jon J. Muth


One of the most admired songwriters of our time has paired with one of the most treasured illustrators for this spectacular keepsake book & CD. [$21.95]
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Bluenose Twelve Days of Christmas by Bruce Nunn, illustrated by Doretta Groenendyk


Bruce Nunn, storyteller extraordinaire, brings readers a lively Nova Scotian rendition of this Christmas favourite which also features the fun and folksy illustrations of award-winning illustrator Doretta Groenendyk. [$17.95]
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Brontorina by James Howe, illustrated by Randy Cecil


Brontorina is a dinosaur. A rather large dinosaur. One that knows deep in her heart that she is meant to be a ballerina. But as she encounters some hurdles her wise teacher assures her that Brontorina isn't too big, the studio is simply too small. [$6.00]
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Bumble-Ardy by Maurice Sendak


Bumble the Pig has never had a birthday party. Bumble is now nine. And Bumble is about to throw himself a birthday party to be remembered! [$17.95]
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Canadian Railroad Trilogy by Gordon Lightfoot, illustrated by Ian Wallace


This sumptuous book beautifully captures the spirit of Gordon Lightfoot's timeless ode to Canada and brings this Canadian classic vividly to life. [$24.95]
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Captain Flinn & the Pirate Dinosaurs: Smuggler's Bay by Giles Andreae, illustrated by Russell Ayto


In this latest adventure, Captain T-Rex and his pirate crew are smuggling sausages out of a secret cove. [$12.99]
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Cave Baby by Julia Donaldson, illustrated by Emily Gravett


Clever and rollicking, this lively tale of a hairy mammoth who takes a feisty baby on a wondrous night-time journey is a winning combination of Julia Donaldson's rhythmic text and Emily Gravett's glorious illustrations! [$19.99]
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Charlie Cook's Favorite Book by Julia Donaldson, illustrated by Axel Scheffler


This exceptional author and illustrator team brings us eleven books in one. Charlie Cook is reading a book about a pirate captain, who is reading a book about Goldilocks etc, etc. From kings and queens to aliens and ghosts, there's something for everyone in Charlie's amazing book. [$12.99]
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Chester's Back! by Melanie Watt


The battle of the picture book makers, Chester and Melanie, continues. Get ready for see-saw comedy in this sequel to Chester.
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Chrysanthemum by Kevin Henkes


Chrysanthemum thinks her name is absolutely perfect, and so she is crushed when the kids at school tease her for having a really long name and for being named after a flower. What will it take to maker her blossom again?
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Cloudette by Tom Lichtenheld


From the beloved author of Shark vs. Train comes the story of a little cloud who dreams big - and makes it happen! [$19.50]
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Corduroy by Don Freeman


This is the tale of a department store bear in corduroy overalls who longs for a home.
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Crafty Chloe by Kelly DiPucchio, illustrated by Heather Ross


Chloe wants to make the perfect birthday present for her friend Emma but soon worries that it will never be good enough. In the end, Chloe's very special gift turns out to be just the right thing. Readers can also learn how to make the crafts from the story. [$18.99]
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Cross Katie Kross by Donna Morrissey, illustrated by Bridgette Morrissey


In this delightful picture book collaboration, grumpy old Katie Kross decides to leave her home in search of Love Valley, the place of her dreams. But her journey leads her to some unexpected discoveries. [$18.00]
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Dinosaur vs. the Library by Bob Shea


We cannot begin to tell you how much fun this book is to read aloud! You will 'roar' along with Dinosaur and you will roar with laughter! [$17.50]
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Driftwood Dragons by Tyne Brown, illustrated by Tamara Thiebaux-Hiekalo


A collection of 34 poems, celebrating the sea and curating our coastline. [$12.95]
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Duck and Goose: Goose Needs a Hug by Tad Hills


Our favourite duo is back! What does Goose need more than anything this Valentine’s day? A hug from a good friend, of course! [$7.99]
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Edward the Emu by Sheena Knowles, illustrated by Rod Clement


Edward the Emu was sick of the zoo, there was nowhere to go, there was nothing to do…' And so he sets out to try being someone else for a change, but what a surprise he is in for!
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Ella Bella Ballerina and Cinderella by James Mayhew


When Ella loses a ballet slipper, her teacher lends her another pair. Reminded of Cinderella, they are magically transported into the story. [$12.99]
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Everything On It by Shel Silverstein


The brilliance of Shel Silverstein continues with this highly celebrated 4th collection for the whole family. [$19.99]
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Exclamation Mark by Amy Krouse Rosenthal, illustrated by Tom Lichtenheld


Sometimes life's not so easy. Especially when you're not like everyone else. Sometimes we squish ourselves to fit in. We bend, we twist, until we find a way to truly be ourselves and be the very, very best! Period. [$19.99]
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Fancy Nancy and the Mermaid Ballet by Jane O'Connor, illustrated by Robin Preiss Glasser


Nancy is dismayed when she only gets a supporting role in the upcoming mermaid ballet. But when the star gets hurt, does she dare to hope that her dreams of stardom might come true? [$23.99]
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Fancy Nancy's Fabulous Fashion Boutique by Jane O'Connor, illustrated by Robin Preiss Glasser


In her fifth fabulous tale of fanciness, Fancy Nancy welcomes one and all to her new Fashion Boutique. But when her sister's birthday party threatens to be a disaster, Fancy Nancy is still there to save the day! [$23.99]
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Fancy Nancy: Aspiring Artist by Jane O'Connor


Fancy Nancy is back and is doodling, drawing and painting her way to greatness...and all while wearing a beret. Ooh la la! [$17.50]
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Fancy Nancy: Bonjour, Butterfly by Jane O'Connor, illustrated by Robin Preiss Glasser


Bonjour! Everyone's favourite fancy girl is back and starring in her much-anticipated third picture book.
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Farmyard Beat by Lindsey Craig, illustrated by Marc Brown


This is an exuberant tale of barnyard mayhem as the animals find their rhythm and have an impromptu dance party. But how will Farmer Sue respond to it all? This lively rhythm begs to be read-aloud. [$17.99]
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Free as the Wind by Jamie Bastedo, illustrated by Susan Tooke


This is historical fiction at its finest about how children can and did make a difference in saving the wild horses of Sable Island. The sparkling paintings by a local artist capture the spare but magnificent terrain and these enduring horses.
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Fuddles by Frans Vischer


When a fat, lazy housecat gets his first taste of the great outdoors, he soon realizes that maybe being an indoor cat isn't so bad after all. [$18.99]
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Gem by Holly Hobbie


After a long, cold winter, a toad emerges in the blossoming backyard of a little girl. Tempted to keep the toad as a pet, she soon observes the delicacy of the living world in this nearly wordless - and utterly gorgeous - book. [$23.95]
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Goldilocks & the Three Dinosaurs by Mo Willems


A witty and offbeat retelling of the traditional Goldilocks tale with a Mo Willems spin. Three hungry dinosaurs make their beds and leave bowls of pudding out and - 'for no particular reason' - leave the house unattended. Could they be hoping that a 'succulent, unsupervised little girl' might come along? [$19.99]
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Good Night, World by Willa Perlman, illustrated by Carolyn Fisher


This is a beautifully-illustrated bedtime story that goes on a round-the-world journey bidding good night to a wide range of natural wonders. [$19.99]
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Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site by Sherry Duskey Rinker, illustrated by Tom Lichtenheld


With gentle, rhyming text this book invites young readers to say goodnight, just like all the vehicles at the construction site. It is charmingly illustrated by Tom Lichtenheld of Shark vs. Train fame. [$9.00]
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Gracie, The Public Gardens Duck by Judith Meyrick, illustrated by Richard Rudnicki


Gracie the duck had a nice, comfortable life in the Halifax Public Gardens until a rule was passed not to feed the ducks. Gracie wonders what's happening. This funny, sweet story is beautifully written and illustrated by Haligonians. [$10.95]
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Gus the Tortoise Takes a Walk by Erin Arsenault, illustrated by Richard Rudnicki


If you're from Halifax, odds are you've heard of Gus the tortoise from the Museum of Natural History. But have you ever heard of the time he 'ran' away? Based on the true adventures of a local legend. [$18.95]
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Happy Hippo, Angry Duck by Sandra Boynton


In inimitable Boynton style, this newest board book is a jubilant celebration of moods and moodiness in deliciously-rollicking rhyme. [$6.99]
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Hooray for Amanda & Her Alligator! by Mo Willems


Amanda and her best friend - who just happens to be a stuffed alligator - demonstrate the joys and travails of friendship in this latest quirky offering from the creator of Knuffle Bunny. [$9.99]
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How to Catch a Star by Oliver Jeffers


Remember the little boy who found a penguin on his doorstep in Lost and Found? He's back! And in this adventure he's off to catch a star of his very own - a star that could become his best friend. Although the stars always seem just out of reach, his hard work and patience are rewarded as he finally finds a star in a most unexpected way. [$9.99]
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I'm Not by Pam Smallcomb, illustrated by Robert Weinstock


A book about friends and the joy that comes from knowing someone who is fabulous and daring and clumsy and entirely different from you. Hilarious, sweet and bursting with self-esteem. [$7.99]
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If All the Animals Came Inside by Eric Pinder, illustrated by Marc Brown


If all the animals came inside, bears would march down the stairs, kangaroos would bounce on the couch and a great read-aloud would ensue. Rhyming text and colourful collage add to this great addition for storytime! [$18.50]
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If You Give a Mouse a Cookie by Laura Numeroff


Illustrated by Felicia Bond. The consequences of giving a cookie to this energetic mouse run the young host ragged, but young readers will come away smiling at the antics that tumble like dominoes through the pages of this delightful picture book. [$18.50]
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Iggy Peck Architect by Andrea Beaty, illustrated by David Roberts


This fun read-aloud will have you and your children in stitches as young Iggy and his knack for engineering structures from unlikely materials save the day!
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It's Time to Sleep, My Love by Eric Metaxas, illustrated by Nancy Tillman


As the world gets ready for bed, creatures in the jungle, the forest and the sea whisper softly to their babies. A comforting book about the wonders of nature and the bonds of family. [$8.99]
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Jack & the Flum-Flum Tree by Julia Donaldson


Granny is sick with a case of the moozles (don't you love this already?!) and the only cure is the fruit of the Flum-Flum tree on the island of Blowyernose. [$19.99]
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Knuffle Bunny Free by Mo Willems


Trixie and her parents embark on an exciting trip to Holland to visit her grandparents...but what about Knuffle Bunny?! With a shocking - and touching - ending, this newest Knuffle Bunny adventure is another classic-in-the-making. [$17.99]
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Lighthouse (A Story of Remembrance) by Robert Munsch, illustrated by Janet Wilson


From the author of Love You Forever and countless others comes a gentle and moving story of love and remembrance of a beloved grandfather. This book features lovely, realistic drawings. [$6.99]
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Little White Rabbit by Kevin Henkes


What would it be like to be as tall as a tree? Or as still as a rock? The little white rabbit is curious about everything, but one thing is certain; happiness is knowing where you belong and who loves you best of all. [$22.50]
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Llama Llama Home With Mama by Anna Dewdney


Sure to help any little llama get through a bout with sniffles and sneezes! [$21.00]
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Llama Llama, Time to Share by Anna Dewdney


When Nelly Gnu comes for a play date Llama Llama has to practice his sharing skills...and discovers that he's not as keen to share when his beloved Fuzzy Llama is involved. [$19.00]
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Matilda's Cat by Emily Gravett


Matilda's cat must like doing things...but what? As she struggles to entertain her fuzzy friend, she thinks up all sorts of 'creative' new activities. An insightful, fond and funny look at the relationship between a little girl and her cat. [$9.99]
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Miss Brooks Loves Books! (And I Don't) by Barbara Bottner, illustrated by Michael Emberley


Miss Brooks is determined to help Missy find a book that she loves in the library, even if they have to go through each and every one. [$9.00]
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Miss Lina's Ballerinas & the Prince by Grace Maccarone, illustrated by Christine Davenier


Miss Lina has a surprise for her ballerinas...a boy will be joining their group. But what will a shy boy who finds himself surrounded by all this pink do? [$18.99]
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Mister Seahorse by Eric Carle


A new 'Peek-a-boo' board book for new fathers and curious toddlers. [$10.99]
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Moonlight by Helen V. Griffith, illustrated by Laura Dronzek


This exquisitely-illustrated book depicts the magic of moonlight as it bathes the world in its glow...while one sleepy rabbit lies dreaming. [$22.50]
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Moose by Robert Munsch


illustrated by Michael Martchenko, What does one do when a moose shows up in your backyard and wants to stay? In this latest Munsch tale we find out... [$7.99]
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Mossy by Jan Brett


When Dr. Carolina takes Mossy, the beautiful turtle with a garden growing on her shell, to live in her museum, it soon becomes clear that Mossy misses her home and her friend Scoot. With help, Dr. Carolina finds a way to return Mossy home while still sharing her specialness with museum visitors. [$19.00]
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My No, No, No Day by Rebecca Patterson


Bella is not having a good day. Her bath is too cold, she does not like eggs today, her foot hurts. And she is not happy. As we all know, bad days happen. But with a snuggle and yawn and the end of the day comes the comforting assurance that tomorrow will be better. [$18.00]
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Nelson Mandela by Kadir Nelson


An amazing portrayal of the inspirational anti-apartheid activist, and former president of South Africa, from an award-winning artist. [$19.99]
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No One But You by Douglas Wood, illustrated by P.J. Lynch


An exquisitely-illustrated celebration of each individual's unique experiences in the world, this is a very special book to share with a child or friend of any age. [$19.00]
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No Sleep for the Sheep! by Karen Beaumont, illustrated by Jackie Urbanovic


This poor tired sheep must contend with one noisy visitor after the next as he tries to get some much-needed sleep. [$21.50]
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Of Thee I Sing by Barack Obama, illustrated by Lauren Long


From the heroes of our past, to the potential of future generations, this tender letter from president Barack Obama encourages us all to pursue our dreams. [$19.99]
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Ol' Mama Squirrel by David Ezra Stein


Mama Squirrel may be small and may be fuzzy but she is fierce (and oh-so-funny) when it comes to protecting her babies. [$18.00]
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Old Bear and His Cub by Olivier Dunrea


This new offering from the creator of Gossie and Gertie is a gentle and sweet story of an old bear who loves his little cub with all his heart...and the little cub who loves him just as much. [$21.00]
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Olivia by Ian Falconer


Have fun with Olivia...dressing up, singing songs, building sand castles, napping (maybe), dancing, painting on walls, and – whew! - going to sleep at last. See if you can keep up with this lovable little piglet! [$21.00]
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Olivia & the Fairy Princesses by Ian Falconer


In her latest romp, our favourite pig is as determined as ever to stand out from the crowd, which means turning up her nose at the standard frilly pink princess fare. [$19.99]
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Olivia Goes to Venice by Ian Falconer


Watch out Venice...here comes Olivia! In her latest adventure, this irrepressible little pig takes her exuberance abroad. Gelato anyone? [$21.99]
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One Sheep, Blue Sheep by Thom Wiley, illustrated by Ben Mantle


Being a sheep with fleece as white as snow poses some problems. Namely, spills. And that's precisely what happens in this delightful exploration of colour and clumsiness. [$7.99]
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Otis by Loren Long


A sweet little book about a tractor that tugs at little heartstrings and is perfect for little hands. [$10.99]
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Otto the Book Bear by Katie Cleminson


When Otto, the bear who lives in a book, discovers that his family has moved away and there is no one left to read him, he sets out to find a new home, one that will be just right for a Book Bear. [$10.95]
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Peace by Wendy Andersen Halperin


How can we bring peace to the world? Exuding tenderness and reflecting the influence of Eastern philosophies, this book examines the heart of where peace must truly originate; within ourselves. It is the ideal springboard for discussions about bullying, war and conflict resolution. [$19.99]
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Picture a Tree by Barbara Reid


Trees give shelter and shade, they protect and inspire and they change and grow. Barbara Reid's signature artwork is the perfect way to celebrate all the wonderful ways in which we see, use and honour trees. [$19.99]
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Pit Pony (The Picture Book) by Joyce Barkhouse with Janet Barkhouse, illustrated by Sydney Smith


The beloved story of an eleven year old boy who goes to work in a Cape Breton coal mine and forges a special bond with one of the pit ponies is now available in a magnificently illustrated picture book. [$14.95]
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Puffin Book of Five-Minute Stories by Various Authors with illustrations by Steve Cox


A sweet collection of traditional and new stories that are just right for bedtime reading.
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Queen of the Falls by Chris Van Allsburg


With Van Allsburg's stunning illustrations, this book is the story of Annie Edsen Taylor, the first person to go over Niagara Falls in a barrel. [$23.95]
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Ribbit! by Rodrigo Folgueira, illustrated by Poly Bernatene


When a pig shows up in the middle of the pond making 'ribbit' noises, the frogs are skeptical. They ask other animals nearby what to make of it and no one is quite sure. Initially bewildered, eventually annoyed, they discover that making sense of a situation isn't always as important as making friends. [$18.99]
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Rocket Writes a Story by Tad Hills


Rocket, the dog, has recently learned to read. But what to do with all of these fabulous words that he now knows? Write a story of his own, of course! [$19.99]
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Sky Color by Peter H. Reynolds


When Marisol's teacher asks her to help paint a mural for the school library she must find a way to make a sky without blue paint. Not a problem, once she opens herself up to the possibilities! [$17.00]
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Snowmen at Work by Caralyn Buehner, illustrated by Mark Buehner


From the previous Snowmen books we know that snowmen are very busy at night while we sleep. In this book we discover all the different jobs that they do too. Oh those busy snowmen! [$18.00]
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Spinky Sulks by William Steig


A delightful story of poor, misunderstood Spinky and his dreadful case of the sulks. [$7.99]
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Splat the Cat: Where's the Easter Bunny by Rob Scotton


Splat the Cat is back and this time he has to tell the Easter Bunny what he would like most. But where is he? Have you seen him? Do you know?! [$9.25]
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Splish, Splash, Splat! by Rob Scotton


Spike is the meanest kid in Splat's class, but he and Splat have something in common: they are both afraid of the water. When their class goes swimming will Splat be able to overcome his fear and help Spike to do the same? [$17.99]
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Stella, Star of the Sea by Marie-Louise Gay


This favourite is now available in a delightful hardcover miniature version.
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Stick Man by Julia Donaldson, illustrated by Axel Scheffler


The creators of The Gruffalo have done it again! Stick Man gets separated from his family and mistaken for the many things a stick can be: a snowman's arm, a toy for a dog and a log for a fire. How will he find his way home in time for Christmas? [$19.99]
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Stuck by Oliver Jeffers


A delightfully silly homage to anything tossed, thrown and hurled in order to free a kite. [$19.99]
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Thank You for My Bed by Doretta Groenendyk

All over the world, as families are falling asleep, they say 'thank you for my bed.' A charming and colourful rhyme about the cozy bedtime routines from around the world. [$9.95]
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The Best Pet of All by David LaRochelle, illustrated by Hanako Wakiyama


A boy's mother won't let him have a dog but tells him that he can have a dragon. When the dragon proves to be a handful, he worries that he'll never get her to change her mind. [$8.50]
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The Christmas Quiet Book by Deborah Underwood, illustrated by Renata Liwska


This companion to The Quiet Book and The Loud Book beautifully captures the special sorts of quiet that can only be found - and savoured - amid the hustle and bustle of the holidays. [$15.99]
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The Cloud Spinner by Michael Catchpool, illustrated by Alison Jay


With Alison Jay's luminous illustrations, this is a tale of a boy who can weave cloth from the clouds. But when the king demands that the boy use this gift to make cloaks and gowns for him, the boy questions the wisdom of this greed. [$18.99]
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The Duckling Gets a Cookie!? by Mo Willems


When Duckling gets a cookie, Pigeon is more than a little indignant in this latest wacky and whimsical Mo Willems tale. [$17.50]
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The Easter Bunny's Assistant by Jan Thomas


Easter Bunny and his friend Skunk try to decorate Easter eggs together but when Skunk simply cannot contain his excitement (uh-oh!), Easter Bunny must find a new way to include him in the festivities. [$17.50]
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The Highway Rat by Julia Donaldson, illustrated by Axel Scheffler


From the best-selling creator of The Gruffalo, comes a delightfully fun new spin on the classic poem, The Highwayman. So, quick! Hide all your delicious goodies! Because the Highway Rat is coming and he's going to steal your snacks! [$18.99]
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The Hueys in the New Jumper by Oliver Jeffers


The Hueys are a likeable bunch, but they are all the same. That is, until Rupert knits himself a new jumper. A hilarious and quirky story of individuality from one of our favourite individuals! [$19.99]
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The Jewel Fish of Karnak by Graeme Base


Animalia's author and illustrator is back, this time taking readers on an adventure in ancient Egypt. With beautiful illustrations, hieroglyphs and puzzles to solve, this is sure to be a hit! [$19.95]
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The Legend of the Golden Snail by Graeme Base


An exhilarating new adventure tale featuring the lustrous and unmistakeable art of Graeme Base, this is the story of a legendary Golden Snail that can take the shape of a sailing ship. [$24.95]
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The Lonely Book by Kate Bernheimer, illustrated by Chris Sheban


This is the story of a book that arrives at the library shiny and new. At first, it is checked out all the time, but gradually its popularity fades and it winds up abandoned in the basement. Until it finds a special place on the bookshelf of a little girl... [$19.99]
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The Loud Book by Deborah Underwood, illustrated by Renata Liwska


This follow-up to the much-loved The Quiet Book exuberantly depicts the many different kinds of loud in a joyful celebration of noisiness. [$15.99]
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The Odd Egg by Emily Gravett


New in paperback, this is Duck's story of finally finding an egg of his very own. Never mind that the others make fun of it. In the end, they are all in for a surprise... [$9.99]
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The Princess Who Had No Kingdom by Ursula Jones, illustrated by Sarah Gibb


The story of a princess in search of a kingdom. Exquisitely illustrated.
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The Rhyming Rabbit by Julia Donaldson, illustrated by Lydia Monks


Rhyming Rabbit longs to find someone who appreciates his poems, and one night he just happens to meet that someone. [$9.99]
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The Runaway Hug by Nick Bland, illustrated by Freya Blackwood


In this charmingly illustrated book, Lucy's mother gives her the very last hug she has and Lucy promises to give it back. But first she tries to share it with all the various members of her family. A beautiful depiction of a typically chaotic family and the love that binds them. [$14.99]
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The Sniffles for Bear by Bonny Becker, illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton


Bear is sick. He is quite sure that no one has ever been sicker. But when Mouse comes tap, tap, tapping at his front door, optimistic remedies and hilarious suggestions await! [$19.00]
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The Terrible, Horrible, Smelly Pirate by Carrie Muller & Jacqueline Halsey, illustrated by Eric Orchard


Set in the misty waters around Halifax, this fun read-aloud tells the story of a terrible, smelly pirate named Sydney and his parrot Polly. After answering a riddle set by a tricky mermaid the rascals dig up a treasure chest and find an unexpected treasure. [$10.95]
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There Were Monkeys in My Kitchen by Sheree Fitch, illustrated by Sydney Smith


A children's classic now back in print with new (and wonderful!) illustrations. [$19.95]
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This Is Not My Hat by Jon Klassen


In this companion to I Want My Hat Back, a tiny but bold little fish steals a bowler hat from a much larger fish whom he assumes is asleep and won't suspect a thing. However, the pictures tell a different story... [$19.00]
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This Monster Needs a Haircut by Bethany Barton


Stewart the monster has awesome hair! Perfect for collecting spiders, scaring people and hiding after-school treats. But when his hair starts to get in the way of the things he loves doing, he realizes it might be time for the dreaded haircut. [$18.00]
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This Moose Belongs to Me by Oliver Jeffers


Wilfred's pet moose Marcel just appeared in his life out of the blue but generally he makes a fine pet. Then one day someone else seems to know Marcel and Wilfred begins to wonder if maybe there's more to this moose than he thought! [$19.99]
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This Plus That: Life's Little Equations by Amy Krouse Rosenthal, illustrated by Jen Corace


A book about the interesting combinations in life that oftentimes yield equally interesting results: wishes + frosting = birthday. [$16.99]
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Time-out for Sophie by Rosemary Wells


Sophie has good intentions, but she's just having trouble resisting...trouble. It's more fun to throw food than to eat it. It's more fun to knock over the pile of laundry than fold it. But is it worth having a time-out? The adorable Sophie is sure to join the ranks of Max, Ruby and Noisy Nora. [$17.00]
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Tyrannosaurus Drip by Julia Donaldson, illustrated by David Roberts


Who ever heard of a vegetarian T-Rex? [$12.99]
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Uncle Wally's Old Brown Shoe by Wallace Edwards


In the tradition of The House That Jack Built, this book is a cumulative story of a shoe that finds itself on a lively adventure. A wonderfully whimsical tale featuring the exquisitely detailed illustrations that Edwards has become known for. [$19.95]
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Up and Down by Oliver Jeffers


In this sequel to Lost and Found, Penguin decides that since he has wings he must be able to fly. What he eventually learns is that some experiences are best when shared with a friend. [$19.99]
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Up Home by Shauntay Grant, illustrated by Susan Tooke


This is a touching poem which reflects Grant's memories of growing up in the Nova Scotian community of Preston. With Tooke's breathtaking illustrations, the two combine the sensory experiences of the landscape, food, history and the people with positive images of this important black community. [$19.95]
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Welcome Baby by Barbara Reid


A perfect book for little babies and new families featuring Barbara Reid's signature plasticine rendering of multicultural families, siblings and friends. [$9.99]
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Where I Live by Frances Wolfe


Where she lives the sun winks off the waves, breezes cool the evening, and treasures wait to be discovered. Astute readers will notice the first letter of each two-line verse spells out the answer, the seaside! Wherever you live, Where I Live is a memorable way to visit the sea with the youngest of readers. [$17.99]
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Where is Baby's Puppy? A Lift the Flap Book by Karen Katz


With large, sturdy flaps to lift, her signature vibrant patterns and a puppy to find, Karen Katz has crafted yet another perfect book for toddlers. [$7.99]
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Zen Shorts by John J. Muth


In the same vane as The Three Questions and Old Turtle, we have three beautiful Zen tales done in vibrant watercolours to brighten up your life. [$19.99]
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