The Spring 2020 issue of Canadian Children’s Book News is filled with fun and interesting articles to read. It includes a profile of Anne Millyard, one of Canada’s most cherished children’s book publishers, and a special tribute to Richard Chase, longtime advocate for children’s literature and Book Week Coordinator for Alberta. We introduce you to Michelle Kadarusman, author of three novels for middle grade students, in our “Keep Your Eye On” column and Joyce Grant and Jan Dolby chat about the magical decade they’ve had with the Gabby books. In an article by Jennifer Maruno we learn about the Burlington Authors Mafia and how they support and encourage each other. Eugenie Fernandes updates us on her last two picture books and Carol McDougall explains why it’s so important to read to read to infants and toddlers and suggests various titles for the different ages and stages of infancy. Our theme for our “Bookmark!” column is creativity and we have many fabulous reviews of the latest Canadian titles for kids and teens.