Chin Chiang has dreamed of dancing the dragon's dance but now the first day of the Year of the Dragon has arrived, and he is so scared that he wants to melt into his shoes.
The story of a young Chinese girl arriving in North America only to discover that her father has died building the railway, and how she finds a way through her grief.
A simple yet deeply felt and vibrantly illustrated story about a little girl who knows and loves the place where she lives but has to move away.
This is the story of Anna and her family, Mennonite migrant workers from Mexico who must travel north each year to work in Canada.
Teddy Jam's lyrical prose and Eric Beddows's detailed illustrations cast Night Cars in that magical light between sleep and waking.
A touching story about longing for something beyond reach and finding something better close to home.
Louise refuses to leave her big brother Jake alone, and when Jake, in desperation, wishes Louise were a dog, he is suddenly faced with a terrifying possibility.
Winner of the 2005 BolognaRagazzi Award.
A dramatic and beautifully illustrated autobiographical story of a young man living through the Chinese Cultural Revolution and discovering his artistic talents.