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At the time I am writing this note, children in my city are
starting school while much of the world remains caught in
the seemingly never-ending grip of COVID-19. The resulting
uncertainty, stress, and worry is palpable for good reason. It
is into this world that we believe publishing children’s books
is more important than ever.
   We need comfort in our lives in uncertain times, and
the imaginations of children’s book writers and illustrators
create a world where children can surround themselves in
positive experiences, with engaging stories and inspiring
works that address important matters of the day.
   Like so many people at this time, most of the Greystone
Kids publishing team is working largely from home. But
everyone remains passionately committed to producing
good books that will help young readers come through the
pandemic and see the world around them through a wider
lens. I salute our team for the commitment and sacrifices
they have made to ensure our new list of books finds young
readers everywhere.
   I also want to acknowledge the resilience of the book dis-
tributors, booksellers, teachers, librarians, and others who
have done so much to ensure books continue to reach the
children who need them.
   Enjoy your time with our Spring 2021 catalog and the
new book offerings it contains.


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                     J U LI E FLE T T

                      Julie Flett

  WE all PLAY

 A joyous celebration of animals and children playing
in nature, from the award-winning, critically acclaimed
     author and illustrator of Birdsong, Julie Flett.
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                              Finalist for the Governor General’s Literary Award

                              Boston Globe–Horn Book Award Honor

                              American Indian Youth Literature Award Honor

                              A Best Book of the Year in Publisher’s Weekly, School Library
                              Journal, Kirkus Reviews, Horn Book, and Quill & Quire

Hardcover with jacket         We all love to pl ay! In this sweetly simple and gorgeously
ISBN 978-1-77164-607-9        illustrated picture book, Julie Flett offers a joyful romp through
Ebook also available          nature with an abundance of wild animals: birds who chase and
9 x 9 • 40 pages              chirp, whales who swim and squirt, and other familiar creatures.
Full-color illustrations      Throughout the book, children of varying ages delight in the same
Rights held:                  sorts of play too. We All Play celebrates the interconnectedness of
World, all languages          nature and the delights of playing—and includes Cree names for
                              each animal at the end. A beautiful ode to the creatures we share
Author home:
                              our world with, We All Play belongs on every bookshelf.
Vancouver, BC
Age Range: 0-7                Julie Fle t t, a Cree-Métis author, illustrator, and artist, has received
Grade Range:
                              numerous awards for her work, including a Governor General’s Award
Preschool to Grade 2
                              and the American Indian Library Association Award. She is the author of
Curriculum Connections:       many books, including Birdsong (Greystone Kids, 2019)—an American
Animal Behavior /             Indian Youth Literature Honor Book and Boston Globe-Horn Book Title.
Movement / Healthy Living /   Flett lives in Vancouver, Canada.
Interconnectedness /
Indigenous Knowledge
May 2021 • $22.95             Also of interest:
May 2021 • $17.95
May 2021 • £12.99

                              Julie Flett
                              978-1-77164-473-0 • HC
                              $22.95 CAN, $17.95 U.S.,
                              £12.99 UK

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                 PE T E R WOH LLE B E N
              Translated by SHELLEY TANAK A

   From the New York Times bestselling author of
The Hidden Life of Trees and The Inner Life of Animals
   comes a journey of scientific discovery to meet
        animals big and small, near and far!
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“I absolutely love this book. Children of all ages—and adults too—
                                  will be fascinated and motivated to go out and explore the wonders
                                  of the animal kingdom in their area. Every family should have a
                                  copy and every school library one or more.” — Jane Goodall, PhD,
                                 DBE Founder of the Jane Goodall Institute, UN Messenger of Peace
                                 "Peter Wohlleben is a child's dream guide to where the animals live,
                                  and this book is the next best thing to exploring woods, ponds and
                                  fields in the company of this world-class naturalist and forester!”
                                 — Sy Montgomery, author of The Soul of an Octopus

                                 Have you e ver wondered if animals dream? Or if they can be
                                 brave, scared, and loving, just like we can? Did you know that
                                 animals talk to each other through songs, stomps—and even farts?
                                 Explore these questions and more in Peter Wohlleben’s anticipated
                                 follow-up to his acclaimed children’s book Can You Hear the Trees
                                 Talking? Kids will learn how to spot animal homes and safely
                                 follow their movements. And they’ll meet some of the strangest,
Hardcover with jacket            most amazing creatures on Earth, including ones that like to
ISBN 978-1-77164-659-8
                                 impress their friends, and others who are masters of disguise.
Ebook also available
                                    Do You Know Where the Animals Live? features quizzes, hands-
8.5 x 11 • 84 pages              on activities, and more interactive elements to help kids study and
Full-color photos and            understand the animals in their own backyards and around the
illustrations throughout         world—and make our planet a better place for them all.
Rights held:
World English                    Pe ter Wohlleben is the author of several books about the natural
Author home:                     world, including The Hidden Life of Trees, The Inner Life of Animals,
Hümmel, Germany                  and The Secret Wisdom of Nature. His books for children include Can
Translator home:                 You Hear the Trees Talking? and Peter and the Tree Children. With his
Canada                           wife and children, Wohlleben runs a forest academy in Germany that
Age Range: 8–10                  supports sustainable forest management and teaches folks of all ages
Grade Range:                     about the many wonders of the forest.
Grades 2 to 4
                                 Also of interest:
Curriculum Connections:
Animal Behavior / Ecosystems /
Adaptation / Interdependence
May 2021 • $24.95
May 2021 • $19.95
May 2021 • £14.99                Can You Hear the Trees Talking?
                                 Discovering the Hidden Life of the Forest
                                 Peter Wohlleben
                                 978-1-77164-434-1 • HC
                                 $24.95 CAN, $17.95 U.S., £14.99 UK

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                M A RC T E R H O RST
      Illustrated by W E N DY PA N D E RS
     Translated by L AU R A WAT KI N SO N

 PALMat the
       The Hot Truth About
          Climate Change
         Written by
      MARC ter HORST

                          Illustrated by
                        WENDY PANDERS

Discover the hot truth of climate change:
   from farting cows to roaring cars,
      and everything in between.
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Finally, a book to explain everything you need to know about
                           climate change—and then some. Palm Trees at the North Pole is about
                           exploding volcanoes and brave inventors. About arguing scientists and
                           young activists. About cute little pikas and devastating hurricanes.
                           About mammoths and icebergs, dykes and windmills—and most
                           importantly, about science and facts.
Hardcover, no jacket          Clear, accessible, funny—and accompanied by detailed illustrations
ISBN 978-1-77164-682-6
                           that bring the story to life—Palm Trees at the North Pole encourages
Ebook also available
                           young climate activists to engage even more deeply with their
8 x 9.25 • 192 pages       chosen cause, while also serving as a perfect primer for those new
Full-color illustrations   to the issue.
Rights held:
World English              Marc ter HORST studied literature but soon found himself more
Author home:               interested in geology, astronomy, and evolution. He has written several
Nijmegen, Netherlands      nonfiction books for kids and they have been translated into many lan-
(Ter Horst); Rotterdam,    guages. He lives in the Netherlands.
Netherlands (Panders)
Translator home:           Wendy Panders is an illustrator and graphic designer for magazines
Netherlands                and newspapers and has illustrated many children’s books. She lives in
Age Range: 8–12            the Netherlands.
Grade Range:
Grades 2 to 7
Curriculum Connections:
Environmental Science /
Ecosystems / Weather &
Climate / Geology
March 2021 • $26.95
March 2021 • $19.95
April 2021 • £14.99

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                  S H OS H A N A C H A I M
             Illustrated by LO R I JOY S M I T H

  For fans of Deborah Underwood’s The Quiet Book
    and Susan Verde’s I Am Peace, this gentle story
introduces kids to mindfulness and breath awareness.
Hardcover with jacket
ISBN 978-1-77164-637-6
Ebook also available
8 x 10 • 48 pages
Full-color illustrations
Rights held:
World, all languages            When we are overcome with emotions, our breath—and a bit of
Author home:                    imagination—can bring us back to a peaceful place. In this simple
Toronto, ON (Chaim);            story, two children learn how to settle their feelings through playful
Belfast, PEI (Smith)            breathing techniques, pretending they are elephants, flowers, even
                                dragons! This charming book teaches even the youngest readers fun
Age Range: 2–6
                                ways to be mindful and regain control over their bodies and actions—
Grade Range:
Preschool to Grade 1            an essential and easy-to-learn life skill.

Curriculum Connections:
                                Shoshana Chaim is a former kindergarten and physical education
Emotions / Mindfulness /
                                teacher turned wellness expert, who concentrates on helping families
Self-Care / Self-Regulation /
                                make healthy lifestyle choices. She also teaches children’s yoga and
Healthy Living
                                hosts The Plant Trainers Podcast. She lives in Toronto with her husband
                                and two children.
April 2021 • $22.95
U.S.                            Lori Joy Smith is an illustrator of multiple children’s books and an
April 2021 • $17.95             artist whose works have exhibited in galleries around the world. Smith
UK                              lives on Prince Edward Island with her husband, two girls, three cats,
April 2021 • £12.99             two bunnies, one dog, and two sheep.

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                B E RY L YO U N G
        Illustrated by SA KI K A KI KU C H I

  This evocative picture book celebrates
 a child’s connection with whales, and will
appeal to fans of If You Want to See a Whale
     by Julie Fogliano and Erin Stead.
Hardcover with jacket              Swimming, singing, and blowing bubbles—children and baby
ISBN 978-1-77164-573-7             whales love many of the same things! This lyrical picture book com-
Ebook also available               pares the parent-child relationship with the bond between a mother
9 x 11 • 40 pages                  humpback whale and her calf, showing how their underwater lives
Full-color illustrations           are touchingly like our own. Patterned in a call-and-response for-
                                   mat, where the mother observes and the child responds, this book
Rights held:
                                   is peppered with facts and begs to be read aloud. At the story’s end,
World, all languages
                                   acclaimed author Beryl Young and debut illustrator Sakika Kikuchi
Author home:
                                   leave readers dreaming of the wonderful world we share with whales.
Vancouver, BC (Young);
Chigasaki, Japan (Kikuchi)
                                   Beryl Young is the author of several critically acclaimed and
Age Range: 3–7                     award-winning books for children, including picture books, middle-
Grade Range:                       grade novels, and biographies. Young fell in love with humpback whales
Preschool to Grade 2
                                   watching them swim off the coast of British Columbia and in the warm
Curriculum Connections:            bays of Hawaii. She lives in Vancouver and has three children and four
Animal Behavior / Biodiversity /   grandchildren.
Whales / Interconnectedness
Canada                             Sakik a Kikuchi is an illustrator who has loved picture books and
May 2021 • $22.95                  stories since her childhood. After studying graphic design at Tama Art
U.S.                               University in Tokyo, she worked as an in-house designer for a few years
May 2021 • $17.95                  before moving to the UK to complete her MA in children’s book illustra-
                                   tion at the Cambridge School of Art. She lives in Japan. This is her first
                                   picture book.
May 2021 • £12.99

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                               OF THE FOREST
                               N A D I N E RO B E RT
                               Illustrated by G É R A R D D U BO I S
                               Translated by PAU L A AY E R

                               What’s on the other side of the forest?
                               A young rabbit and his father are determined to find
                               out in this modern picture book that feels like a classic,
                               calling to mind the tender work of Beatrix Potter.

                               Some say that wolves, ogres, and giant badgers live in the
                               forest beside Arthur’s house. That’s why no one ever goes
                               through it to see what’s on the other side. But one day, Arthur’s
                               dad has an idea—a magnificent idea! Build a tower to look over
 Hardcover with jacket
                               the treetops! But a magnificent idea takes a lot of work. Will the
 ISBN 978-1-77164-796-0
                               villagers join and help them? And when the tower takes shape,
 Ebook also available
                               what will they see on the other side?
  8 x 11 • 72 pages
                                   This wonderful, heartwarming story by Nadine Robert—with
  Full-color illustrations
                               illustrations by Gérard DuBois reminiscent of classic children’s
  Rights held:                 books—shares the importance of community and cooperation to
  World English                achieve a big dream.
 Author HOME:
 Varennes, Quebec (Robert)     Nadine Robert is a Canadian author, editor, and publisher.
 Montreal, Quebec (DuBois)     She started her career designing video games before becoming
 TRANSLATOR HOME:              a scriptwriter for animated films. She went on to set up the
 Canada                        publishing houses Comme des géants and Le Lièvre de Mars.
 Age range: 4–8                She holds degrees in education and literature and has translated
 Grade range:                  several children’s books. She lives in Varennes, Quebec, with
 Preschool to Grade 3          her family.
 Curriculum Connections:
 Cooperation / Connection /    Gér ard Dubois works for many well-known newspapers and
 Community / Overcoming Fear   magazines in North America and Europe. He has collaborated on
  Canada                       more than fifteen books, including several children’s books. For
  March 2021 • $24.95          his work, he has received many honors, including four gold med-
                               als from the Society of Illustrators and two nominations for the
                               Governor General’s Awards of Canada.
  March 2021 • $18.95
  Fall 2021 • £13.99

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An Aldana Libros book

                                     TAT I A N A U KH OVA

                                     A wordless, up-close portrait of a child’s
                                     experience of a garden and the creatures that
                                     are impacted by her actions.

                                     In this moving and colorful picture book, we follow a girl’s
                                     time in her garden up close. A plane flies high in the sky. She
                                     eats an apple. The ants eat her apple core. She finds a caterpillar
                                     inside a pea pod. And when she places the caterpillar on the
                                     anthill, she observes that her actions have consequences. She
                                     captures a grasshopper, but in the process one of its legs comes
                                     off. In order to protect it from the ants she places it in a jar. As
                                     the day progresses, we see nature in an utterly unsentimental
Hardcover with jacket
                                     light from both the grasshopper’s and the girl’s points of view.
ISBN 978-1-77164-692-5
                                     And the girl comes to understand that wild creatures need to be
Ebook also available
                                     free from human intervention.
8.25 x 11 • 56 pages
Full-color illustrations             Tatiana Ukhova has a degree in finance, but her desire to be an
Rights held:                         artist has led her to study drawing, color theory, and illustration
World English                        over the last ten years. She was born in Moscow and still lives
Author HOME:                         there. This is her first book.
Moscow, Russia
Age range: 4–7
Grade range:
Preschool to Grade 2
Curriculum Connections:
Nature / Respect for Others /
Visual Narrative / Visual Literacy
May 2021 • $24.95
May 2021 • $18.95
Fall 2021 •£12.99

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An Aldana Libros book

          A LFR E DO SO D E RG U I T
        Translated by E LI SA A M A DO

A beautiful, simple, and deep book about
 how accepting others can enrich us all.
Hardcover with jacket
ISBN 978-1-77164-782-3
Ebook also available
8.5 x 10 • 48 pages
Full-color illustrations
Rights held:                 Hens and their chicks are living safe and secure in their coop, or
World English                at least it seems that way. They are happy with life as it is. Each one
Author home:                 knows what she should be doing. They don’t even seem to notice
Montevideo, Uruguay          when every now and then one of them is carried off. Until one day
TRANSLATOR HOME:             some capybaras appear. It’s hunting season and they are looking for
Canada                       refuge. But they are unwanted, undesirable guests and even refuse to
Age Range: 3–8               follow the rules. But as events unfold, minds begin to open and new
Grade Range:                 possibilities appear.
Preschool to Grade 3
Curriculum Connections:      Alfredo Soderguit is an award-winning author and illustrator
Tolerance / Acceptance /     with more than forty books published throughout Latin America, Spain,
Immigrants / Communities /   France, and Italy. He also makes animated films with Palermo Estudio,
Diversity                    a collective, which he founded with other illustrators and animators.
Canada                       His prize-winning animated film, Anina, is available on HBO and
April 2021 • $22.95          YouTube in English and Spanish.

April 2021 • $18.95
April 2021 • £13.99

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Also of Interest
      from the Greystone Books
          Adult Catalogue

                                 DIARY OF A YOU NG
                                 NATU R ALIST
                                 DA R A MC A N U LT Y

                                 Youngest ever author to win the Wainwright Prize for Nature Writing

                                 Longlisted for the Baillie Gifford Prize for Non-Fiction

                                 Evocative, raw, and beautifully written, Diary of a Young
                                 Naturalist vividly explores the natural world from the
                                 perspective of an autistic teenager juggling homework,
                                 friendship, and campaigning for the environment.

                                 Diary of a Young Naturalist chronicles the turning of
                                 fifteen-year-old Dara McAnulty’s world. From spring and
                                 through a year in his backyard in Northern Ireland, McAnulty
                                 spent the seasons writing. These vivid, evocative, and moving
 Hardcover with jacket           diary entries about his connection to wildlife and the way he
 ISBN 978-1-77164-869-1          sees the world are raw in their telling. Above all, Diary of a
 Ebook also available            Young Naturalist portrays McAnulty’s intense connection to
 6 x 9 • 224 pages               the natural world.
 B&W photos
                                   “I was diagnosed with Asperger’s/autism aged five...
  Rights held:                      By age seven I knew I was very different, I had got
  Canada, English                   used to the isolation, my inability to break through
 Author HOME:                       into the world of talking about football or Minecraft
 County Down, Northern Ireland      was not tolerated. Then came the bullying. Nature
 Age range: 14+                     became so much more than an escape; it became a
 Grade range: Grade 8+              life-support system.”

  Nature / Memoir / YA           Dara Mc Anult y is a naturalist, conservationist, and activist.
 Canada                          He has received many awards for his conservation work, and
 June 2021 • $29.95              he’s written and presented numerous natural history pro-
                                 grams for BBC radio and television. McAnulty is the youngest
                                 ever recipient of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds
                                 medal for conservation, and he lives with his family and Rosie
                                 the rescue-greyhound at the foot of the Mourne Mountains in
                                 Northern Ireland. Diary of a Young Naturalist is his first book.

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       Animals Brag About                           Catch the Sky                     Teatime Around the World
         Their Bottoms                    Playful Poems on the Air We Share                Denyse Waissbluth
           Maki Saito                             Robert Heidbreder                 Illustrated by Chelsea O’Byrne
       978-1-77164-710-6 HC                   Illustrated by Emily Dove                 978-177164-601-7 HC
 $21.95 CAN / $16.95 U.S. / £11.99 UK            978-1-77164-631-4 HC             $22.95 CAN / $17.95 U.S. / £12.99 UK
              Ages 3–7                     $22.95 CAN / $17.95 U.S. / £12.99 UK                Ages 4–8
                                                        Ages 3–8

        How Jack Lost Time                         A Small History of                     Plasticus Maritimus
         Stéphanie Lapointe                         a Disagreement                         An Invasive Species
Illustrated by Delphie Côté-Lacroix                 Claudio Fuentes                           Ana Pêgo and
       978-1-77164-757-1 HC                   Illustrated by Gabriela Lyon               Isabel Minhós Martins
 $26.95 CAN / $19.95 U.S. / £14.99 UK             An Aldana Libros Book           Illustrated by Bernardo P. Carvalho
             Ages 9–12                           978-177164-707-6 HC                     978-177164-643-7 HC
                                           $24.95 CAN / $18.95 U.S. / £14.99 UK    $24.95 CAN / $19.95 U.S. / £14.99 UK
                                                       Ages 7–12                              AGES 10–14

   Peter and the Tree Children                      Stay, Little Seed                    Hey Little Rockabye
          Peter Wohlleben                          Cristiana Valentini                A Lullaby for Pet Adoption
    Illustrated by Cale Atkinson             Illustrated by Philip Giordano               Buffy Sainte-Marie
      978-1-77164-457-0 HC                      978-1-77164-646-8 HC                  Illustrated by Ben Hodson
$22.95 CAN / $17.95 U.S. / £12.99 UK       $22.95 CAN / $17.95 U.S. / £12.99 UK          978-1-77164-482-2 HC
             Ages 4–8                                   Ages 3–8                   $19.95 CAN / $16.95 U.S. / £12.99 UK
                                                                                                Ages 3–7
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        Little Bear’s Treasures                          Grandparents                 When My Dad Went to the Jungle
               Stella Dreis                               Chema Heras                              Gusti
         978-1-77164-653-6 HC                      Illustrated by Rosa Osuna             Illustrated by Anne Decis
   $22.95 CAN / $17.95 U.S. / £12.99 UK               An Aldana Libros Book                  An Aldana Libros Book
                Ages 4–8                             978-1-77164-566-9 HC                   978-177164-670-3 HC
                                               $22.95 CAN / $17.95 U.s. / £12.99 UK   $22.95 CAN / $17.95 U.S. / £12.99 UK
                                                            Ages 3–8                               Ages 4–8

   Can You Hear the Trees Talking?                         Birdsong                              Hello, Crow!
Discovering the Hidden Life of the Forest                  Julie Flett                         Candace Savage
           Peter Wohlleben                          978-1-77164-473-0 HC               Illustrated by Chelsea O’Byrne
          978-1-77164-434-1 HC                 $22.95 CAN / $17.95 U.S. / £12.99 UK         978-1-77164-4 4 4-0 HC
    $24.95 CAN / $17.95 U.S. / £14.99 UK                    Ages 3–8                   $22.95 CAN / $17.95 U.S. / £12.99 UK
                Ages 8 –10                                                                      Ages 4–8 · DSI

                   Spur                             The Moose of Ewenki                            The Dog
              A Wolf’s Story                       Gerelchimeg Blackcrane                        Helen Mixter
             Eliza Robertson                         Illustrated by Jiu Er              Illustrated by Margarita Sada
       Illustrated by Nora Aoyagi                     An Aldana Libros Book                  978-1-77164-271-2 HC
          978-1-77164-341-2 HC                      978-1-77164-538-6 HC               $21.95 CAN / $18.95 U.S. / £12.99 UK
    $22.95 CAN / $17.95 U.S. / £12.99 UK       $26.95 CAN / $19.95 U.S. / £16.99 UK                 AGES 4 –6
                 Ages 5 –9                                  AGES 5 –9

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         Salmon Forest                                Fraser Bear                          The Hockey Song
    David Suzuki, Sarah Ellis                         A Cub’s Life                      Stompin’ Tom Connors
   Illustrated by Sheena Lott                       Maggie de Vries                  Illustrated by Gary Clement
     978-1-55365-163-5 PBK                   Illustrated by Renné Benoit                 978-1-77164-189-0 HC
$12.95 CAN / $9.95 U.S. / £6.99 UK              978-1-92681-295-3 PBK              $21.95 CAN / $18.95 U.S. / £12.99 UK
         AGES 5–8 · DSI                    $12.95 CAN / $10.95 U.S. / £7.99 UK                  AGES 6 –9
                                                       AGES 5 –8

   The Little Hummingbird                There’s a Barnyard in My Bedroom                        Roll On
     Michael Yahgulanaas                             David Suzuki                Rick Hansen Wheels Around the World
     978-1-55365-533-6 HC                 Illustrated by Eugenie Fernandes                   Ainslie Manson
$18.95 CAN / $16.95 U.S. / £11.99 UK            978-1-55365-532-9 PBK                 Illustrated by Ron Lightburn
             AGES 5–8                      $12.95 CAN / $10.95 U.S. / £7.99 UK           978-1-77100-268-4 PBK
                                                    AGES 5 –8 · DSI                 $12.95 CAN / $10.95 U.S. / £7.99 UK
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                                           In this “emotionally stunning” (Kirkus)
                                          and “simple and profound” (SLJ) picture
                                       book from award-winning Cree-Métis author,
                                      Julie Flett, a young girl navigates the changing
                                        seasons of her new home and the failing
                                               health of her elderly neighbor.

A Best Book of the Year in
Publisher’s Weekly, School Library
Journal, Kirkus Reviews, Horn Book,
Quill & Quire , and more.

A Boston Globe–Horn Book Award Honor

An American Indian Youth Literature Award Honor

A Governor General’s Award Finalist

A Chicago Public Library Best of the Best Book

An NCSS-CBC Notable Social Studies Book

            Julie Flett                New This Spring From Julie Flett
   WE all PLAY                         Come along on a romp through nature in
                                   this delightful picture book, where kids will learn
                                  Cree words for their favorite animals and discover
                                         all the ways they play­—just like we do!

                                                              Catalogue ISBN 978-1-77164-867-7
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