Orange Shirt Day is a time to listen with open ears, minds and hearts to the stories of residential school survivors and their families.
It's never too early to start reading to your kids. Some on the books on this list are my faves. some are my sons’. They're all best enjoyed together.
Written by Caroline Land Now that the Edmonton Oilers have made it to Round 2 of the Stanley Cup playoffs, the whole city feels like a giant wave of blue and orange. With golden goals, solid skating and terrific teamwork, the excitement has spread way beyond Rogers Place! If the playoffs have captured your family’s […]
This list is from Capital City Press featured writer SG Wong called Picture Books I Read to My Children…Over and Over and Over Again "I may write noir-tinged hard-boiled detective stories, but I also love children’s picture books. This list was so fun to create because I just had to think back to the books that made […]
This list is from Capital City Press featured writer SG Wong called Some Favourite Childhood Reads: "On his weekends off from working as a cook, my father often used the public library as a free sitter, dropping my brother and I after lunch and picking us up again just before supper. I suspect the librarians knew […]
Written by Holly Arnason, Digital Literacy Librarian At EPL, we're always looking for opportunities to connect families with resources and programs that support the development of digital literacy skills. And just in time for the holidays, EPL staff have compiled a list of their favourite gadgets. This gift guide features some of the newest technology we’ve spotted to support […]