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The first-ever product, empowering kids to overcome everyday challenges.

It’s well-being in a box.

MAGIC PYJAMAS combines positive well-being messages told trough a storybook along with a pair of pyjamas that mirror the messaging of the storybook.


For kids ages 3-8.

Where to buy: $29.99, Toys R Us Exclusively



The first-ever product, empowering kids to overcome everyday challenges.

It’s well-being in a box.

Sockie Socks combines positive well-being messages told trough a storybook along with three pairs of socks with capes that mirror the story with uplifting images.


For kids ages 3-8.

Where to buy: $29.99, Toys R Us Exclusively

Positively Izzy

By Terri Libenson

Ages 8-12

This spinoff of Invisible Emmie finds Izzy, a creative kid who loves making up stories and skits, but her grades aren’t great. Then there’s Bri—she’s the smarty pants, but she’s also super shy. Who knew their worlds would come together the day of their school’s talent show.


The Strongest Mum

By Nicole Kent

Ages 3-5

Little Bear’s mum is strong—she can carry everything from her cub’s bike to Flamingo’s piano. Eventually Little Bear realizes that even mums get tired and need a hand. This is a special story about helping each other and the sweet relationship between parent and child.



By Anna Humphrey, illustrated by Kass Reich

Ages 7-10

It’s basically the very cool story about a boy and his bat. This early chapter book finds Daniel moving into a new house where he’s far away from his old school and friends. At the same time, Megabat gets shipped across the world and winds up in Daniel’s new place.


Pages And Co. Tilly And The Book Wanderers

By Anna James

Ages 9 +

Books are magical—that’s what 11-year-old Tilly discovers at her grandparents’ bookstore. Each page of her favourite books bring exciting adventures. Just wait until Anne (of Green Gables) and Alice (from Wonderland) show up.



By Anna Kang, illustrated by Christopher Weyant

Ages 3-7

Eraser’s not like Glue, who keeps things together, or Pencil, who’s always on point. Ruler and Pencil Sharpener are the only school supplies who appreciate Eraser, who’s tired of cleaning up everyone’s mistakes. When she decides to go out on her own, everyone realizes how important Eraser is.


Log Driver’s Waltz

By Wade Hemsworth, illustrated by Jennifer Phelan

Ages 4+

If you grew up in Canada in the ’80s (here!) you likely remember the animated short about a log driver—it aired during cartoons. The iconic story is back to delight a new generation. “For he goes birling down and down white water, that’s where the log driver learns to step lightly…”


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The Questioneers Collection of books

If you’ve never heard of the Questioneers collection, you need to click “add to cart” ASAP. With inquisitive kids at the heart of every book–kids who aspire to be an architect, a scientist, an engineer and even the president–they role-model for every child that no dream is out of reach. Plus the stories rhyme, so they’re super-fun for bedtime reading.


Cookbook called Cool Beans with beans on toast on the cover

Cool Beans: The Ultimate Guide to Cooking with the World’s Most Versatile Plant-Based Protein by Joe Yonan

As the food editor at The Washington Post, it’s safe to say that Joe Yonan knows his way around the kitchen and, apparently, beans. With 125 pantry-staple recipes for the slow cooker and the stove top, you’ll find yummy eats like Harissa-Roasted Carrot, White Bean Dip, Smoky Black Bean and Plantain Chili, Crunchy Spiced Chickpeas and even some bean-themed desserts.


The Girls’ Guide To Growing Up Great

By Sophie Elkan, Laura Chaisty, Maddy Podichetty

Ages 10+

It’s all about thriving during those sometimes trying tween and teen years and this book covers everything girls need to know about puberty, feelings, cyberbullying, relationships and even sex (but don’t worry—it’s very age appropriate).


The Cardboard Kingdom

By Chad Sell

Ages 8-12

This colourful graphic novel follows a group of kids who transforms cardboard boxes into cool costumes and their neighbourhood into a cardboard kingdom while on summer vacation. The importance of imagination and friendship are celebrated in this fun story.


Something From Nothing

By Phoebe Gilman

Ages 5-11

When Joseph was born, his grandfather made him a beautiful blanket. But over time it got tattered and torn, so his grandfather turned it into something else time and time again. Until one day, there’s no fabric left to make anything.


Iggy Peck, Architect

By Andrea Beaty, illustrated by David Roberts

Ages 4-8

Part of the Innovator series, meet Iggy, who loves to build. When his teacher declares that she doesn’t like architecture, Iggy faces a dilemma—should he keep doing what he loves or stop to please someone else? Parents and kids alike will love the rhyming scheme of this one.


I Want My Hat Back

By Jon Klassen

Ages 4-8

When Bear can’t find his hat, he turns to his fellow animal friends for help. None of them have seen it, until a deer poses a question that sparks Bear’s memory and reignites his search.


Back To The Future

Illustrated by Kim Smith

Ages 4-8

Great Scott! Marty McFly is back, this time in a picture book. Introduce your kids to Marty who travels to the 1950s (with mad scientist Doc in tow) and meets his teenaged parents. Fans of the flick will get a kick out of the adorable illustrations (Doc’s so cute!)


Complete Mathsmart

Complete MathSmart provides plenty of interesting and systematic practice for developing and improving your child’s math skills. Through Complete MathSmart, your child not only understands the concepts better and masters the necessary skills, but he or she will also be able to apply them in solving math problems in real-life situations. Complete MathSmart is available for grades 1-12.


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