Mosco, Rosemary, author
Flowers are beautiful. They have bright colors, soft petals and sweet nectar ... But that's not the whole truth ... and one bee is here to let everyone know! Talking directly to the reader, a bee reveals how flowers are so much stranger than what we think. Did you know that there are some flowers that only bloom in the nighttime? Some flowers are spooky, and look like ghosts, or bats, or a monster's mouth.
Tolle, Eckhart, 1948- author
Each of us has a capacity for knowledge that has nothing to do with the mind--a deeper way of knowing that precedes the movement of thought. Discovering this way of knowing, explains Eckhart Tolle, is the next step in the evolution of human consciousness. Know That "I Am" brings you a breakthrough session with Eckhart, pointing the way out of the limitations of an ego-based life, and into the freedom and fulfillment of pure being.
Schertle, Alice, author
Lavallee, Jennifer, author
A celebration of creativity and a child's ability to observe, this playful picture book explores different art forms to be found in the natural world.
Greening, Rosie, author.
"What happens when you feed a gorilla grapes or a hippo ham? Find out in this rhyming book, and have fun poking your hand through the open mouths, if you dare!"--Back cover
Greening, Rosie, author
"The sporty creepy-crawlies love to show off their skills! Join the fun by tracing the touch-and-feel finger trails to follow the bugs, if you dare!"--Back cover.
King, Lindsay Christina, author
Have you ever wondered why Rabbit has such long ears? Or why Raccoon is wearing a mask? In this collection of funny and unique short stories, young Skye enlightens us in a number of Indigenous teachings, passed down to her from her Ojibway Grandfather. Through her natural gift of storytelling, Skye encourages other children to embrace the art and become storytellers, too!
Libenson, Terri, author, artist
"Told from alternating points of view, this story about friends, crushes, and drama follows best friends Sarah and Leo as their friendship is put to the test when Sarah wants to ask Leo's friend Ben to the school dance."-- Provided by publisher.
Watt, Fiona, author