A World of Imagination

Take a journey into the world of Luka, a 12 year old with muscular dystrophy, who took was able to go on an imaginary adventure swimming underwater, playing basketball, skateboarding and doing much more with the help of photographer Matel Pelijhan (check out the rest of the photos and his work here). Muscular dystrophy makes […]

Finding Their Voice: Young Carers Toronto

Young carers. They are the ones behind the scenes. Leaving home early from school to take care of their sick mother. Spending hours worrying about the well-being and future of their sibling with a special need. They are the strong ones, but also the forgotten ones. However, Hospice Toronto’s Young Carers Program is trying to […]

Book Review: It’s Okay to Be Different

Check out inspiring children’s author, Todd Parr’s Book, “It’s Okay to Be Different”! All of us look different, talk different, and act different but sometimes it is hard for us to know that that is okay. Todd Parr tries to teach children and parents alike in his book that it is okay to be different. […]

Book Review: The Black Book of Colours

Check out the wonderful and innovative book, The Black Book of Colours by Menena Cotton and Rosana Faria!  Immerse yourself in Cotton’s and Faria’s world of colours in this new innovative book. Cotton and Faria introduce children to their colours, not through the “look” of the colours but through how they “feel”. In this book the pages are […]