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Pride colors —Stevenson, Robin.

Through gentle rhymes and colorful photographs of adorable children, Pride Colors is a celebration of the deep unconditional love of a parent or caregiver for a young child. The profound message of this delightful board ...

Pride puppy! —Stevenson, Robin, 1968- author.

"A rhyming alphabet book featuring a family who have lost their dog at a Pride parade." -- Provided by publisher

Kid innovators : true tales of childhood from inventors and trailblazers —Stevenson, Robin, 1968- author.

"Childhood biographies of sixteen trailblazers in technology, education, business, science, art, and entertainment."--Provided by publisher.

Pride : celebrating diversity & community —Stevenson, Robin, 1968- author.

For gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people and their supporters, Pride events are an opportunity to honour the past and celebrate the present. Pride Day is a spectacular and colourful event. But there is a whole l...

Kid activists : true tales of childhood from champions of change —Stevenson, Robin, 1968- author.

"Across history, activists have worked, marched, and spoken out for equality and justice--and many had moving, relatable childhood stories. Martin Luther King Jr. argued with his dad about whether dancing was a sin. Harv...

Pride : the celebration and the struggle —Stevenson, Robin, 1968- author.

Around the world, from the biggest to the smallest towns, LGBTQ+ people celebrate Pride. With rainbow flags, music and dancing, Pride parades may look like parties--but they actually began with a riot more than fifty yea...

When you get the chance —Ryan, Tom, 1977 February 26- author.

As kids, Mark and his cousin Talia spent many happy summers together at the family cottage in Ontario, but a fight between their parents put an end to the annual event. Living on opposite coasts--Mark in Halifax and Tali...

Ghost's journey : a refugee story —Stevenson, Robin, author.

Rainer Oktovianus came to Canada two years ago with his husband, Eka. They fled Indonesia to avoid persecution and death threats to LGBT people from radical Islamic groups. The illustrations in 'Ghost's Journey 'are base...

Breaking & entering

"A landscape architect's dealings with a young thief cause him to re-evaluate his life.

Blood on the beach —Harvey, Sarah N., 1950- author.

Eight teens spend a scary week on a remote island.

My body, my choice : the fight for abortion rights —Stevenson, Robin, 1968- author.

"This nonfiction book for teens examines the ongoing fight for abortion rights and reproductive justice"-- Provided by publisher.

Big guy —Stevenson, Robin, 1968-

Derek thinks he might be falling in love for the first time ever. The problem is, he hasn't been entirely honest with his online boyfriend.

Ben the inventor —Stevenson, Robin, 1968-

When Ben discovers that Jack's family is planning to move to another city, he decides they should put their inventions to work. The boys figure that if no one buys Jack's house, Jack won't have to move away, so all they ...

Impossible things —Stevenson, Robin, 1968-

Cassidy Silver is a grade seven student with a father in the Middle East, a mother too busy to listen to her problems, a brother being bullied, and a best friend who has abandoned her to hang out with the meanest girls a...

Ben's robot —Stevenson, Robin, 1968-

Seven-year-old Ben, having been left by his friend Jessy because she was tired of playing his robot game, decides to make a real robot, but finds things not working out the way he wanted them to.

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