Make a Book Day
Have you ever wondered how a book gets made? Marie-Louise Gay and her friends at Groundwood have put together some special materials to help you make a book wherever you are.
These exercises games are perfect for young readers.
Intermediate readers will love these engaging activities.
An Explorers Guide to The Lost Words *NEW*
Bear’s Winter Party
Are you a Buddy or an Earl? Take the Quiz!
Bear’s Ginger Cookie Recipe
NEW! Buddy and Earl Go To School
The Moon Inside
Danny, Who Fell in a Hole
Dig Your Own Wild Garden
How to Draw a Cat
How to Draw a Pig Puppet
NEW! The King of the Birds Colouring Sheets
Loon Match Game
Make a Pirate Hat with Buddy and Earl!
Mosquito Brothers Quiz
Loon Sticker Sheet
The Spotted Dog Last Seen
Take the “Which Famous Explorer Are You?” Quiz
What Totem Animal Are You?
West Coast Wild
NEW Short Stories for Little Monsters
Ideal for teachers and librarians leading novel studies of great Groundwood books.
West Coast Wild Babies
The Amazing Travels of Ibn Battuta
The Breadwinner Series: The Breadwinner
The Breadwinner Series: Parvana’s Journey
The Breadwinner Series: Mud City
The Breadwinner Series: My Name is Parvana
The Camel in the Sun
Canadian Railroad Trilogy
The Cat at the Wall
The Elevator Ghost
A Family is a Family is a Family
From There to Here
Grant and Tillie Go Walking
I Know Here
I Wish I Could Draw
Jane, the Fox and Me
Looks Like Daylight
Lost Girl Found
Stella, Queen of the Snow
The Outside Circle
The Tweedles Go Electric
Two White Rabbits
What Are You Doing?
What Milly Did
Why Are You Doing That?
Work: An Occupational ABC
These teachers’ guides help structure discussion around our accessible non-fiction Groundwork series.
Download a PDF that highlights some popular titles to integrate state standards into the classroom.Common Core (PDF)
Author and illustrator visits
Many Groundwood authors and illustrators are available for school or library visits. If you are interested in scheduling a visit, please send your request by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- the date you would like the author/illustrator to visit
- the type of program you wish to have
- the number of attendees
- the honorarium that will be provided.