Sophie loves her dog, Max. Max loves Sophie. But he also loves to dig. Can Sophie find a way to stop Max from digging up Mom’s garden?
Author: Alison Lohans
Picture book, 32 pages
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Publisher: Baobab Press
When Nelson asks for a story, Grampa obliges. But it isn’t the story Nelson expects. Full of funny reversals and twists … who knows where this tale will lead?
Order from your favourite bookstore or from Dianne Young’s.
See more at Dianne’s website.
An estimated thirty to fifty million bison once thundered across the Great Plains and much of North America.
Honouring the Buffalo is the story of how the Buffalo gifted themselves so freely through the Creator to the Plains Cree people to help them survive. Discover how every part of the buffalo was used to provide shelter, food, clothing, tools, hunting, spiritual ceremonies and many other necessities.
For more details, worksheets and ordering information, see Judith’s website.
Author: Alison Lohans
Illustrator: Gretchen Ehrsam
Publisher: Your Nickel’s Worth Publishing
Josh takes his teddy bear and companion, Mr. Humphries, to visit Grandpa at the lake, even though his mom thinks he’s too old for a teddy bear. Mr. Humphries does all sorts of things with Josh. But what will Josh do when Mr. Humphries is ready for an adventure of his own?
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Download Alison’s Leaving Mr Humphries – curriculum tie-in .
Shorlisted for the 2014 Saskatchewan Book Awards in the SaskEnergy Children’s Literature category.
Congratulations to Jo Bannatyne-Cugnet and her husband Ken, who both received the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal in a ceremony at Government House in Regina.
They were among 33 Saskatchewan recipients who were chosen because they made a significant contribution to their fellow man, their community, or their country.
Jo is best known for writing A Prairie Alphabet, a best-selling picture book illustrated by Yvette Moore. The book showcases Saskatchewan farm life and has received many honours and awards since it was first published in 1993.
See a photo of Jo and Ken and three other Weyburn area recipients at discoverweyburn.com .