Suggestions de lectures des bibliothécaires de la Western Counties Regional Library (en anglais seulement).
Emancipation Day for Kids
Emancipation Day is on Aug. 1 and recognizes the day that the British Parliament abolished slavery in 1834. Learn more about the history of slavery and racism in Canada with this book list for kids. To see the entire list of titles, click here.
August 1st marks the day in 1834 when the British Empire enacted the Slavery Abolition Act. Emancipation Day was first officially recognized by the Canadian government in 2021. It is a day to learn about the history of slavery and racism in Canada as well as a day to celebrate Black culture. This resource list features nonfiction titles for adults. To see the entire list of titles, click here.
Summer Fun for the Family
This list comprises reading material to make summer fun for the whole family.
YA Summer Reads
This eclectic list of Young Adult books provides some intrigue, thrills and romance.