Ottawa, July 20, 2009 – Canadian astronauts Julie Payette and Robert Thirsk are in space, and so are two Governor General’s Literary Awards (GGLA) winning books: Airborn by Kenneth Oppel...Read more >
The Canadian Children’s Book Centre is now accepting submissions for Best Books for Kids & Teens 2010. The submission deadline is Friday, September 11, 2009.
To view the Eligibilty Criteria and...Read more >
(Toronto, Ontario) June 16, 2009 – Canada’s Walk of Fame, along with Canwest,announced today the names of its 2009 inductees. The eight recipients will be feted as part of...Read more >
Every summer kids can improve their reading skills and reduce summer learning loss while having fun. Each year, public library staff develop a wide range of exciting activities around a...Read more >
VANCOUVER (June 4, 2009) – Author Joan Betty Stuchner and illustrator Cynthia Nugent were awarded the Chocolate Lily Book Award for their novel, Honey Cake, published by Tradewind...Read more >
The nominees for the 2009-2010 Red Cedar Book Awards have been announced. The awards program encourages students in Grades 4 – 7 in British Columbia to read Canadian fiction and...Read more >
Crime Writers of Canada is pleased to announce the winners of the 2009 Arthur Ellis Awards for the best Canadian crime writing published in 2008.
This year marks the 25th...Read more >
The Rocky Mountain Book Award committee is pleased to announce the 2009 winner of this Children’s Choice Book Award.
As Safe as Houses by Eric Walters received the most student votes....Read more >
Edmonton, AB – The Writers Guild of Alberta revealed the winners of the 2009 Alberta Literary Awards in Calgary on May 23, 2009. More than 200 writers attended the...Read more >
The latest issue of Canadian Children’s Book News is off the press! Check out our roundtable discussion on “The Storyteller’s Art” with some of Canada’s best-known storytellers. Explore...Read more >