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Story Time at the WDM

Join us as we read some of our favourite storybooks.

 

Cover of H is for Home A Saskatchewan Alphabet book featuring a white bungalow with green grass and shrubs in front of it. The author's name Amber Antymnuik is at the bottom.
H is for Home:
A Saskatchewan Alphabet

By: Amber Antymniuk
Blow Creative Arts logo with stalk of wheat in front of the words and connected to the "t" in arts

 

Teachers: Includes pre and post-read questions and activities!
Click here to read with author Amber Antymniuk >>
 

 

Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel

By: Virginia Lee Burton, 1939
Read by: Karla Rasmussen, Education and Public Programs Coordinator at WDM Moose Jaw

 

A Hero Named Howe

By: Mike Leonetti (Writer) and Greg Banning (Illustrator), 2006
Read by: Solange Massicotte, Education and Public Programs Coordinator at WDM Yorkton

A Prairie Alphabet

By: Jo Bannatyne-Cugnet, 1992
Read by: Amber Parker, Education and Public Programming Assistant at WDM Saskatoon

 

S0 Much Snow

By: Robert Munsch, 2016
Read by: Cheryl Stewart-Rahm, Programs and Volunteer Coordinator at WDM North Battleford

 

Pigs

By: Robert Munsch, 1989
Read by: Solange Massicotte, Education and Public Programs Coordinator at WDM Yorkton

 

Socks for Supper

By: Jack Kent, 1978
Read by: Courtney Tuck-Goetz, Education and Public Programs Coordinator at WDM Saskatoon

 

The Great Big Fire Engine Book

By: Tibor Gergely, 1950
Read by: Karla Rasmussen, Education and Public Programs Coordinator at WDM Moose Jaw


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