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Emma's magic winter —Little, Jean, 1932-2020

With the help of her new friend who has magic boots just like her own, Emma overcomes her shyness and no longer hates reading out loud in school.

Stars come out within —Little, Jean, 1932-2020.

The second volume of the blind Canadian author's memoirs.

Spring begins in March —Little, Jean, 1932-2020

Meg, the youngest in the Copeland family, always feels out of place. She bickers with her sister, is considered too rowdy and gets into trouble without meaning to, and is struggling in school. And when her grandmother co...

Rescue pup —Little, Jean, 1932-2020

Shakespeare, a guide dog puppy who understands human speech, is placed for his first year of life with a foster child who has never learned to love.

Different dragons —Little, Jean, 1932-2020

Ben is afraid of a lot of things -- dogs, thunderstorms, new places and people. When he is forced to stay with his Aunt Rose, he realizes that she is nicer than he expected. But when she gives him a big Labrador retrieve...

Gruntle Piggle takes off —Little, Jean, 1932-2020

Gruntle decides to leave the city to be a "real" pig like her grandfather, but she discovers that rolling in muck and eating swill and living without any books to read are not for her.

I gave my mom a castle —Little, Jean, 1932-2020

A selection of prose poems and mini stories about the joys and pains of giving and receiving.

Once upon a golden apple —Little, Jean, 1932-2020 author.

While on a picnic, a father puts together familiar elements from various stories until he comes up with a version his children like.

Stand in the wind —Little, Jean, 1932-2020

Two sets of sisters learn about family relationships during a vacation they share at a beach cottage.

Take wing —Little, Jean, 1932-2020

When Mother is hospitalized, everyone in the Ross household must finally face the long ignored problem that seven-year-old James is not a baby, a slow learner, or lazy, but has mental disabilities.

Birdie for now —Little, Jean, 1932-2020

Dickon Fielding is growing up. He is not as hyper as he used to be.

Si je meurs avant le jour : Fiona Macgregor, au temps de la grippe espagnole —Little, Jean, 1932-2020

Twelve-year-old Fiona Macgregor receives a diary for her birthday and uses it to record the arrival of the Spanish Flu epidemic in Toronto in 1918 and the impact it has on her family. Includes factual historical informat...

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