North of 49: Resource Links Best of 2007

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North of 49: Resource Links Best of 2007


RESOURCE LINKS, THE REVIEW JOURNAL CONNECTING CLASSROOMS, LIBRARIES, AND CANADIAN LEARNING MATERIALS, RECOMMENDS THE BEST RESOURCES OF 2007 FOR ALL LIBRARIES. THIS COMPILATION OF THE YEAR'S BEST 2007 IS REPRINTED WITH PERMISSION FROM RESOURCE LINKS, 13(2), DECEMBER 2007.

PICTURE BOOKS

13 ghosts of Halloween. Robin Muller. Ill. Patricia Storms. Scholastic Canada. 978-0-439-93569-2.

Ancient thunder. Leo Yerxa. House of Anansi/Oroundwood Books. 978-0-88899-746-3.

Animal tales: Favourite stories from Chirp magazine. Owlkids. 918-2-89579-174-4.

Animals on parade: Favorite rhymes from Chirp magazine. Ed. Mary Beth Leatherdale. Owlkids. 978-2-89579-119-5.

Augustine. Melanie Watt. Kids Can Press. 978-1-55337-885-3.

The aunts come marching. Bill Richardson. Ill. Cynthia Nugent. Raincoast Books. 978-1-55192-990-3.

Bella and the bunny. Andrew Larsen. Ill. Kate Endle. Kids Can Press. 978-1-55337-970-6.

The blue hippopotamus. Phoebe Gilman. Ill. Joanne Fitzgerald. Scholastic Canada/North Winds Press. 978-0-439-95260-6.

Blue moon mountain. Geraldine McCaughrean. Ill. Nicki Palin and Tomislav Tomic. Simply Read Books. 978-0-307-80966-7.

Chester. Melanie Watt. Kids Can Press. 978-1-55453-140-0.

The chirp book, 10th anniversary collection. Bob Kain. Owlkids. 978-2-89579-162-1.

Clancy with the puck. Chris Mizzoni. Raincoast Books. 978-1-55192-804-3.

The colours of my home: A portrait of Newfoundland and Labrador. Susan Pynn. Ill. Nancy Keating. Tuckamore Books/Creative Publishers. 978-1-897174-06-7.

The disappearing magician (Kids Can Read series). Louise Dickson. Ill. Pat Cupples. Kids Can Press. 978-1-55453-034-2.

The drop of doom (Kids Can Read series). Adrienne Mason. Ill. Pat Cupples. Kids Can Press. 978-1-55453-035-9.

The farm team. Linda Bailey. Ill. Bill Slavin. Kids Can Press. 978-1-55337-850-1.

Goodnight, sweet pig. Linda Bailey. Ill. Josee Masse. Kids Can Press. 978-1-55337-844-0.

Gracie, the public gardens duck. Judith Meyrick. Ill. Richard Rudnicki. Nimbus. 978-1551096056.

How the moon regained her shape. Janet Ruth Heller. Ill. Ben Hodson. Sylvan Dell. 978-1-55109-605-6.

In Arctic waters. Laura Crawford. Ill. Ben Hodson. Sylvan Dell. 978-1-934359-34-1.

In my backyard. Margriet Ruurs. Ill. Ron Broda. Tundra Books. 978-0-88776-775-3.

Lickety-split. Robert Heidbreder. Ill. Du?an Petri?i?. Kids Can Press. 978-1-55337-710-8.

Lily and the mixed-up letters. Deborah Hodge. Ill. France Brassard. Tundra Books. 978-0-88776-757-9.

The list. Hazel Hutchins. Ill. Maria van Lieshout. Annick Press. 978-1-55451-063-4.

Loonies and toonies: A Canadian number book. Mike Ulmer. Ill. Melanie rose. Sleeping Bear Press. 978-1-58536-239-4.

The magic beads. Susin NielsenFernlund. Ill. Genevieve Cote. Simply Read Books. 978-1-894965-47-7.

Mechanimals. Chris Tougas. Orca. 978-1-55143-628-9.

Mee-Ann and the magic serpent. Baba Waque Diakite Groundwood Books. 978-0-88899-719-7.

Mom and Dad don't live together anymore. Kathy Stinson. Ill. Vian Oelofsen. Annick Press. 978-1-55451-094-8.

Mr. Gauguin's heart. Marie-Danielle Croteau. Trans. Susan Ouriou. Tundra Books. 978-0-88776-824-8.

Much more Munsch: A Robert Munsch collection. Robert Munsch. Ill. Michael Martchenko and Alan and Lea Daniel. Scholastic Canada. 978-0-439-93571-5.

Once upon a full moon. Elizabeth Quan. Tundra Books. 978-0-88776-813-2.

Only a cow. Arlene Hamilton. Ill. Dean Griffiths. Fitzhenry and Whiteside. 978-1-55041-871-2.

Out came the sun: A day in nursery rhymes. Heather Collins. Kids Can Press. 978-1-55337-881-5.

The painted chest. Judith Christine Mills. Key Porter Kids. 978-1-55263-809-5.

The painted circus: P. T. Vermin presents a mesmerizing menagerie .

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