Must-Read Spring Releases
Spring has sprung—and with it comes a bundle of new releases. We can’t wait to find out which wonderful stories you’re enjoying so far, and which book you’re most excited to pick up next!
Volume 2 of The Reckoner Rises series picks up after a vicious battle with Mihko’s newest test subject leaves Cole close to death. Eva is now forced to continue their investigation without him. What will she find?
Version Control beautifully navigates friendship and action with stunning illustrations and a superhero heart tinged with horror. You'll be desperate for volume three once you hit the final page.—Chip Zdarsky
The Gift of the Little People
In this illustrated short story for all ages, celebrated Rocky Cree storyteller William Dumas shares a teaching about hope in the face of adversity.
A tale rich with warmth and wonder that not only documents traditions but carries them on.—David A. Robertson
Join Mali and Puug as they race to keep one step ahead of an ancient giant in the first volume of this graphic novel series for young readers.
What a read! What an adventure! Giju's Gift is a treasure filled with knowledge, insight, and a little bit of terror. I loved it!! Brandon Mitchell and Veronika Barinova have knocked it out of the park and given us something special that everyone can learn from.—Richard Van Camp
A thoughtful guide to critical engagement with Indigenous literatures, perspectives, and teaching methods as well as ideas and action steps for bringing them into the classroom.
Over the past several years, calls have come from across Canada for the inclusion of Indigenous worldviews and knowledge in all levels of education in the country. Enter…Resurgence: Engaging With Indigenous Narratives and Cultural Expressions In and Beyond the Classroom.—Toronto Star
Leading Through Spirals of Inquiry
A proven framework to help create and sustain innovative learning environments.
In this guide for school leaders, discover specific strategies, real-world examples, and a proven framework to help create and sustain innovative learning environments.
If you want to make a real difference for children and young people, this book is where to start. I know I will be carrying it with me for a long time to come.—Dr. Amelia Peterson, Associate Professor, London Interdisciplinary School, England
Spelling Through Phonics
Celebrate the 40th anniversary edition of the beloved bestseller.
Help your students become proficient spellers, as well as confident readers and writers, with this developmentally appropriate framework.
[With Spelling Through Phonics,] learning to spell is a sensory experience. Students know they are successful and want to continue spelling long beyond the allotted daily lesson time.—Dr. R. Anna Sanford