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Here’s Nana’s Getting Married author, Heather Hartt-Sussman reading to kids at TYPE Books’s beautiful new Forest Hill location on June 13th.
Don’t forget! Valentine’s Day is on Sunday, February 14, 2010! Click on the covers for more information:
Nana’s Getting Married
By Heather Hartt-Sussman
Illustrated by Georgia Graham
“…brassy chalk-pastel illustrations feature caricatures with comedic particulars…. this message about open-mindedness and acceptance hits its mark.” – Publishers Weekly
Here Comes the Bride By Beatrice Masini
Illustrated by Anna Laura Cantone
“…Masini’s story is a flurry of comedy…. Cantone’s paintings with collage are a marvel.…give readers their first laugh beginning on page one.” – School Library Journal
I Love Chocolate
By Davide Cali
Illustrated by Evelyn Daviddi
“…a sweet storytime.”
– School Library Journal
A Wizard in Love
By Mireille Levert
Illustrated by Marie Lafrance
“… this is not your average love story!”
– Excellent from Resource Links
The Princess Who Had Almost Everything
By Mireille Levert
Illustrated by Josee Masse
“… This tale helps entertain as well as promises a solution to boredom. It encourages the gifts of imagination and creativity. Fun for all!” – Resource Links
The Lime Green Secret
By Georgia Graham
“… The book captures the spirit of dressing up for a special occasion, and it’s fun to see the wedding through the eyes of the flower girl…” – Wedded Bits, Brides.com
Retold by Michele Marineau
Illustrated by Mylene Pratt
“There’s never been a Cinderella story without a happy ending, and this one is no exception. Exceptional here, though, is the droll, modernist retelling, with charming illustrations to match.” – Globe and Mail
Don’t forget that Mother’s day is May 10th this year. Tundra celebrates Mother’s Day with these great books:
Mom and Me By Marla Stewart Konrad
All royalties from the sale of these books go to support World Vision’s work with children.
Mom and Me is a collaboration with World Vision that looks at how moms and children from around the world interact with each other, and emphasizes the special bond they share. The overall message for children is: Mom is always there for me and ‘she loves me like nobody else.’
– Editor’s Pick, Canadian Living
By Davide Cali, illustrated by AnnaLaura Cantone
Translated by Marcel Danesi
Mama Robot is a testament to mothers around the world as a young boy discovers what motherhood is really about, and what makes his mama so special.
…this humorous story captures the conflicted feelings kids have towards their parents…. Mama Robot is a perfect melding of text and illustration….
– Starred Review, Quill & Quire
How It Happened in Peach Hill
By Marthe Jocelyn
How it Happened in Peach Hill is by turns funny, suspenseful, and heartbreaking as it explores the world of those who peddle hope and comfort for profit.
…a rollicking coming-of-age story that ends with dreams realized in unexpected ways.…Readers will not soon forget this unconventional mother-and-daughter team.