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Dog Man
Dav Pilkey
Hardcover | Dec 2019
on order $15.99
(releases Dec 10 2019)
Wrecking Ball (Diary of a Wimpy Kid Book 14)
Jeff Kinney
Hardcover | Nov 2019
on order $17.99
(releases Nov 5 2019)
One Drum
Richard Wagamese
Paperback | Oct 2019
on order $18.95
(releases Oct 19 2019)
Agent Running in the Field
John le Carre
Hardcover | Oct 2019
on order $34.95
(releases Oct 22 2019)
The Dutch House
Ann Patchett
Paperback | Sep 2019
on order $24.99
(releases Sep 24 2019)
The Dinky Donkey
Craig Smith
Paperback | Nov 2019
on order $9.99
(releases Nov 5 2019)
The Body
Bill Bryson
Hardcover | Oct 2019
on order $36.95
(releases Oct 15 2019)
The Crayons' Christmas
Drew Daywalt
Hardcover | Oct 2019
on order $24.99
(releases Oct 15 2019)
The Starless Sea
Erin Morgenstern
Hardcover | Nov 2019
on order $36.95
(releases Nov 5 2019)
The Tyrant's Tomb (The Trials of Apollo, Book Four)
Rick Riordan
Hardcover | Sep 2019
on order $25.99
(releases Sep 24 2019)

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Online Ordering
We are pleased to be able to offer you online ordering! To reserve a title or request a special order, simply create an account, use the search bar at the top to find your book, and then submit your order.
NEW Medicine Wheel Education Books!See more
Do these books look fmailiar to you? Medicine Wheel Education came out with a collection of books in the past few years, aimed at helping educators and parents teach moral messages and culture to ages 7-12. 

On September 1st, 2019, MWE will be coming out with new books adapted from the original collection, to suit the needs of children ages 4-6. 

With powerful messages tied into rhyming phrases, these new books will be a great choice for younger readers.
Books on ADD/ADHDSee more
Attention Deficit Disorder & Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder often go undiagnosed for years. The sooner they are learned about, the sooner & easier it becomes to develop tools & coping strategies to battle the more difficult aspects of these very common neurobiological disorders.
French Books- Middle GradeSee more
2019/2020 Red Cedar Fiction NomineesSee more

The Red Cedar is British Columbia’s Young Reader’s Choice book award.

Every year, thousands of children between grades 4 and 7 from across the province are invited to read books from the nominated lists of non-fiction and fiction titles and vote for their favourite.

The purpose of the program is threefold:

1. To enrich and broaden students’ reading experiences,

2. To promote literacy through the reading of quality Canadian literature

3. To encourage students’ thoughtful evaluation of these reading materials.

The Red Cedar Book Awards are officially “launched” in mid-November each year, and students have the next six months to read and decide which one of the titles on the list they feel is the best Canadian book of the year.

Voting takes place in Late April, and the award winners are announced at the Gala. Students may read books in either the fiction or the non-fiction category (or both if they’re really avid readers!). Two awards are given annually to the book from each list receiving the most votes.

2019/2020 Red Cedar Non-Fiction NomineesSee more

The Red Cedar is British Columbia’s Young Reader’s Choice book award.

Every year, thousands of children between grades 4 and 7 from across the province are invited to read books from the nominated lists of non-fiction and fiction titles and vote for their favourite.

The purpose of the program is threefold:

1. To enrich and broaden students’ reading experiences,

2. To promote literacy through the reading of quality Canadian literature

3. To encourage students’ thoughtful evaluation of these reading materials.

The Red Cedar Book Awards are officially “launched” in mid-November each year, and students have the next six months to read and decide which one of the titles on the list they feel is the best Canadian book of the year.

Voting takes place in Late April, and the award winners are announced at the Gala. Students may read books in either the fiction or the non-fiction category (or both if they’re really avid readers!). Two awards are given annually to the book from each list receiving the most votes.

Top SOGI Book Choices for Students and TeachersSee more
Here is a 2018 list of SOGI 1 2 3 books! SOGI stands for sexual orientation and gender identity, and they offer a number of programs, procedures, and other resources for educators, parents, and students. Their aim is to "...[help] educators make schools inclusive and safe for students of all sexual orientations and gender identities." For more information, you can check out there website at:
The list below is organized first by picture books to discuss family diversity, then non-fiction books for middle grades, non-fiction books for young adults, 

 https://www.sogieducation.org/


 
NEW RELEASES
Dyslexia-Friendly BooksSee more
Does your child struggle to read due to dyslexia or visual stress? Are they reluctant to engage with books or read for pleasure? Check out these super-readable, accessible books from Barrington Stoke Publishing that help every child experience the joy of reading.
Page to Screen 2019See more

If you're the kind of person that likes to read the book before you watch the movie, then we have a list for you! Here are some of the books being made into movies and tv series this year that we are excited for.

 

 
 
Submit your review here: Books & Co. Book Review form, or visit us in store!
 
Click here to get your creative juices flowing: Past Entries for the Friday Five Book Reviews
 

 

 

 

 
 
Feminist Story Time! Titles/Event in StoreSee more
On November 17th 2018, Books & Company will be hosting a Feminist Story Time! 

This event is to celebrare IWAU Week in PG. IWAU stands for Inspiring Woman Among Us, and this group will be hosting events for women and girls throughout the week. Check out their website here: www.unbc.ca/inspiring-women to learn more!

We plan to celebrate in the way we know best: through story telling! Join John and Emily as they read you stories with feminist themes, and provide fun feminist-based arts & crafts!

This event will take place in our story time corner from 10am- 11pm.

If you can't make it, please enjoy this list of awesome feminist titles! 

Cheers!
-Sarah
Sarah's Favourite Kids BooksSee more
Do you love being read to, or love reading to others? Me too! Story time is one of my favourite times, and these are some of my favourite books to hear, and to read. Stop by in store and chat me up about them anytime! Warning: we may become best friends and end up buying too many books.
-Sarah

(I also added a few graphic novels. I couldn't resist!)
Bestselling Children's Books - Spring 2018See more
Take a peak through the best selling children's books of this spring!
Grade: K-6
Perfect for librarians, teachers and parents!