Two polar bears snuggle in the snow under the startling green of the Northern Lights. A fairytale-like opening—“This story happened many springs ago”—leads to the introduction of Missuk, a young Inuit girl who prefers soapstone... Read More
A luscious watermelon slice on a blue-green background forms the hard-to-resist cover of "One Watermelon Seed". Once enticed inside, the reader will discover a brightly colored celebration of both gardening and counting. Max and... Read More
Good food can be a powerful memory trigger: sometimes a single pungent whiff releases recollections of long nights of exam cramming, or with one or two garlicky bites one is instantly transported back to a crowded Italian trattoria.... Read More
Early on an April morning in 1903, the mountain moved. During its ninety-second shake, Turtle Mountain sent ninety million tons of limestone roaring into the valley below, the site of a small Canadian mining town. Miners were trapped... Read More
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