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Celebrate Indigenous Children's Authors: Wild Berries by Julie Flett

book cover Julie Flett's Wild BerriesIn Wild Berries, Cree-Métis author Julie Flett celebrates a magical day when a child and grandmother go blueberry picking and uncover all the wonders of the woods - tickly ants, a stunning spider web, a furtive fox.

Celebrate Indigenous Children’s Authors! June 11 - 21, 2019

Celebrate Indigenous Children's Authors - Activity

Drop into your local library from June 11-21st to explore the Art & Storytelling of Indigenous Children’s Authors, Danielle Daniel and Julie Flett!

The Panda Problem

cover image of The Panda ProblemIn The Panda Problem by Deborah Underwood, an unseen narrator begins recounting a tale about "a panda who lived in a beautiful bamboo grove." When it comes time to introduce a problem, the laid-back panda denies this narrative claim. The disgruntled narrator lays down the rules and volleys a series of conflict-probing questions to no avail. While lounging on a hammock, the untroubled panda has a revelation and turns the storytelling tables. With the editorial reins now firmly in his paw, the bear riles up the narrator with annoying antics like

Anna at the Art Museum

book coverIn Anna at the Art Museum, by Hazel Hutchins and Gail Herbert, a little girl is the very picture of boredom.  With a frustrated frown on her face, and a stuffed giraffe by her side, Anna deems everything in the gallery to be “old and boring.” And then there are all the rules.  She tries to make her own experiential fun, like roaring at the Babylonian ceramic lion, but her playful efforts at engagement are dissuaded by the watchful attendant.  Anna wishes that “the museum could be turned inside out.  Or the world outside in” and this happens when