CM Canadian Review of
CM reviews Canadiana of interest to children and young adults, including
publications produced in Canada, or published elsewhere but of special interest
or significance to Canada, such as those having a Canadian writer, illustrator
or subject. We review books, video and audio recordings and CD-ROMs.
Published 5 times a year, Resource Links is Canada's newest national journal
devoted to the review and evaluation of Canadian resources for children and
A Quarterly of Criticism and Review.
Children's Literature Web Guide (out of
date, but still valuable)
The Children's Literature Web Guide is an
attempt to gather together and categorize the growing number of Internet
resources related to books for Children and Young Adults. Much of the
information that you can find through these pages is provided by others: fans,
schools, libraries, and commercial enterprises involved in the book world.
University of Guelph
Canadian Children's Literature / Litterature canadienne pour la jeunesse
is a quarterly interdisciplinary journal dedicated to children's literature
scholarship, to research in Canadian subjects, and to criticism that examines
the increasingly permeable boundaries of "national" literatures in
general and of children's literature in particular. In addition to our scholarly
articles, each issue contains an extensive review section covering recent
Canadian books, drama, and other media for children and young adults.
A thematic listing of resources with Aboriginal content. You may subscribe
for a small charge.
The best way to explore the world of children's literature is through study and
discussion with others who share your interest. Find others in your area to
discuss kids books with.
Children's Book Centre
A national not-for-profit organization and registered charity, the Canadian
Children's Book Centre (CCBC) was founded in 1976 to promote, support and
encourage the reading, writing and illustrating of Canadian books for children