(February 2, 2010 – Toronto) The Canadian National Section of the International Board on Books for Young People (IBBY Canada) is now accepting submissions to the 2010 Frances E. Russell...Read more >
TD has been a proud supporter of the Ontario Black History Society and the annual celebration of Black History Month for five years. This year’s theme is THEN & NOW,...Read more >
It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Françoise Lepage. Françoise taught youth literature in the University of Ottawa’s Department of French. Her children’s novel, Poupeska, won...Read more >
In 1999, ABC CANADA Literacy Foundation and Honda Canada created Family Literacy Day to encourage families to read and learn together. Thousands of Canadians take part in Family Literacy Day...Read more >
The Vancouver Children’s Literature Roundtable has a gold medal line-up for 2010, including Authorfest 2010 and a breakfast with Jack Zipes .
Featuring Fiona Bayrock, Avis Harley, Nicola I....
The Great Number Rumble: A Story of Math in Surprising Places, written by Cora Lee and Gillian O’Reilly and illustrated by Virginia Gray (Annick Press), has been selected as the...Read more >
Last December the CCBC made a donation of books to the Lu’ma Native Housing Society Children’s Christmas Party in Vancouver. The children who attended the event had a visit with...Read more >
The Writers’ Union of Canada will be having a day-long symposium — Secure Footing in a Changing Literary Landscape — packed with information about the business of writing. This event...Read more >
“The Environmental Imagination and Children’s Literature” is a conference that will take place on March 5 and 6, 2010 at Trinity College, University of Toronto.
On the model of the 2007...Read more >
Organizers of the Telling Tales: A Family Festival of Stories have announced that the first annual festival raised $20,000 in funds to be donated to local Hamilton literacy projects.
The first...Read more >