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By Ramona Porter December has arrived, heralding a season of jubilation for some and an added burden of mental strain for others. Recognizing this duality, our reading challenge for this month is a fitting tribute to authors who identify as MAD or writes about mental health. While commendable strides have been made in fostering open...

By Monica Nathan For November’s reading challenge, we’re recommending books by authors from marginalized communities who utilize the epistolary format; work primarily composed of written correspondence or diary-type entries. This unique style provides an intimate and revealing perspective into a character’s thoughts and emotions while also offering profound insight on the relationship dynamics between writer...

By Ardo Omer and Jonisha Lewinson This month the spotlight is on books by Latine/Latinx authors that feature magic. While efforts have been made to uplift the Latine/Latinx community, there is still an overwhelming lack of representation of them in the publishing industry. With disparities in access to networking spaces and publishing professionals, the struggle...

By Ardo Omer This month we’re highlighting books about magic by a Latine/Latinx author for picture book, middle grade, and young adult readers. Putting together this list revealed to us the need for more stories from Canadian Latine/Latinx authors about the fantastical especially the magical for children. In fact, more stories from Canadian Latine/Latinx authors...

By Monica Tang This month we are highlighting books by Indigenous authors that are accessible as audiobooks. We’ve also included a few bonus titles that will be releasing this Fall! The land in so-called Canada is home to many diverse Indigenous peoples and cultures. The following titles feature authors from different nations, cultures, and geographical...

By Calyssa Erb This month we’re highlighting audiobooks from Indigenous authors. Indigenous knowledge and stories have traditionally been passed along orally. Through audiobooks, we can engage with new stories in this same way. From the importance of protecting water to questions about life, love and death, these audiobooks will expand your mind and be a...

By Anita Ragunathan It is widely acknowledged that experiences with the in/justice system are not equal. As a system built on colonial and class violence and for the protection of property, people on the margins of society who come into contact with the in/justice system are often victims of unspeakable brutality. In these harrowing accounts,...

By Alexandra Yeboah This month as we pave the way for the observance of Emancipation Day in Canada, we’ve selected books from Black Atlantic Canadian authors that center the experiences of Black individuals all over the African Diaspora. These individual and collective narratives touch on themes relating to racial identity, motherhood, prison justice, family and...

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