Each barnyard animal hopes for a baby of their own and after they have one they tell their offspring how special they are.
A cast of animal characters enjoy the colours of nature on a cross-country tour of Canada.
When the newest member of the Icehogs encounters some bad luck, Brady helps his teammate realize that she will have to wear her glass to improve her game and reassures her that her teammates won't tease her.
"Danny, Petou and Anita join the town hockey team late in the season. However, when the Wolves stop playing as a team, Danny and his friends face the biggest challenge ever" Cf. Our choice, 1998-1999.
A Métis boy helps a stranded representative of the North West Company make it to Fort William.
"Little Metis is bored and wishes to help his family with their chores in the bush. His grandmother cautions him not to get lost, but he quickly gets himself into trouble" Cf. Our choice, 2002.
Tina loves her brand new socks, so much, she's never, ever going to take them off! But when her wonderful socks start to get smelly, her friends have to take action.
"An adaptation of the familiar rhyme 'Over in the Meadow.' Beautiful illustrations and flowing lyrics will inspire children to sing, read, or count their way across the prairie" Cf. Our choice, 2003.
"Franklin finds a camera and is looking forward to taking pictures of his friends! However, Franklin faces a moral dilemma when he realizes that he should return the camera" Cf. Our choice, 1998-1999.
Each letter of the alphabet is represented by a name or word derived from some aspect of the country of Canada, and each term is presented in a rhyme and then further explained in a note.
Brady Brady's friend Kev learns that it's not only the goal scorers who are valuable members of a team.
Franklin puts on a magic show for his friends, but finds that his disappearing trick doesn't work. His father teaches him some easy tricks, so his next magic show is a success.
When his owners refuse to share their picnic, Stanley the dog and his friends set off in search of food and find themselves aboard a small boat heading out to sea.
Franklin goes looking for the Pond Phantom that he has read about in a book, and eventually his friends join him.
In 1935, an eight-year-old boy's family holds a forbidden potlatch in faraway Kingcome Inlet.