Books About Books in Celebration of Canadian Library Month

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A book for Escargot

A book for Escargot

Slater, Dashka, author
2020

Bored with eating salad, our French snail hero peruses the library stacks, looking for a cookbook.

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The book with no pictures

The book with no pictures

Novak, B. J., 1979- author
2014


Books by horseback : a librarian's brave journey to deliver books to children

Books by horseback : a librarian's brave journey to deliver books to children

Berne, Emma Carlson, 1979- author
2021

A young librarian rides a pack horse through the mountains to deliver books to children in Appalachia during the Great Depression. Includes historical note on the packhorse library project.

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It's a book

It's a book

Smith, Lane
2010

Two readers compare print to digital media, and learn books are still valuable.

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Just read!

Just read!

Degman, Lori, author
2019

Rhyming text celebrates reading in its many forms as it follows a diverse group of children who read wherever and whenever they can.

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Library books are not for eating!

Library books are not for eating!

Tarpley, Todd, author
2020

"Ms. Bronte loves being a teacher, but she has one small problem . . . she also really loves eating books. Did I mention she's also a dinosaur?"-- Provided by publisher.

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A perfectly messed-up story

A perfectly messed-up story

McDonnell, Patrick, 1956- author, illustrator
2014


This book just ate my dog!

This book just ate my dog!

Byrne, Richard, 1963- author
2014


This is my book

This is my book

Pett, Mark, author, illustrator
2016


We are in a book!

We are in a book!

Willems, Mo, author, illustrator
2010


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