Holiday Gift Guide: Books

Check out my page that links up to my growing compilation of book recommendations for all ages. Books are always a good gift in my world and belong in every holiday gift guide; you can never go wrong, there are plenty available used, and I feel like they have worthwhile enough impact that they’re okay to […]

Book Review: Sky Sweeper by Phillis Gershator

We received this lovely book from a friend when our eldest daughter was born. While it was a few years before it snuck into the bedtime routine, this book is now a solid family favourite, loved by all four of us. There is something immensely calming about this book and it is a great final […]

Book Review: Natural World by Amanda Wood & Mike Jolley

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A Visual Compendium of Wonders from Nature: Natural World written by Amanda Wood and Mike Jolley, illustrated by Owen Davey is a masterpiece. Absolutely stunning and a total must-have for your budding biologist. In a nutshell, my six year-old loves pouring over this book, taking in the useful and fascinating facts while appreciated the scintillating […]

Book Review: Sometimes I Feel Like a Fox by Danielle Daniel

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In this book, Métis author-illustrator Danielle Daniel shares the Anishinaabe tradition of totem animals with children and it is stunning. And simple. And, oh so useful. I was in a local bookstore with my eldest and she saw the cover and immediately said, “I love this book! We read it in Nature Kindergarten last year. It […]

Book Review: Wild Animals of the North by Dieter Braun

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Please note: This post contains Amazon.ca affiliate links. If you choose to purchase this or any book mentioned in this post, you will do so at no extra cost to yourself, but you will be supporting us! Kind regards, Lindsay. Part art, part natural science reference book, Dieter Braun’s Wild Animals of the North is a […]