FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Toronto (August 20, 2009) ― The Canadian Children’s Book Centre (CCBC) is pleased to announce the finalists for the TD Canadian Children’s Literature Award, Prix TD de...Read more >
Attention Friends of the International Youth Library,
The IYL offers a fellowship programme that enables people who work in the field of children’s literature to come to our library for...Read more >
Friend of the CCBC, Roxana Henriquez, conducted some great interviews with some great Canadian children’s authors and illustrators for us to share on our website!
I thought we’d start with...Read more >
Fresh approaches to writing about disabilities, books about global issues for Canadian kids, how the digital revolution is affecting books – it’s all there is the latest issue of Canadian...Read more >
Step through Westfield’s Gates of Time into a storybook village where historical figures mingle with contemporary children’s literary stars on this magical day. Plan to attend the 1st Annual Telling...Read more >
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 >