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Cub's Journey Home
Written and Illustrated by Georgia Graham

 

 

COMING SEPTEMBER 2014!

 

Little Cub's Home

©2014 by Georgia Graham
used with permission of Fitzhenry and Whiteside Ltd.
All rights reserved.

Little Cub's Home

Nana's Summer Surprise
Written by Heather Hartt Sussman
Illustrated by Georgia Graham

©2013 by Georgia Graham used with permission of Tundra Books.
All rights reserved.

Ages 4- 7
Hard Cover Jacket
ISBN 978-1-77049-324-7
32 Pages - 10 x 8"
Full-color illustrations throughout

CDN 19.99

 

What could be more enchanting than a summer at the lake house with Mom, Dad, Nana, Gramps, and Hortense? While "our hero" dreams of berry-picking and building sandcastles, the fun is spoiled as soon as Hortense steps off the bus. Not only does she look different, but her interests, too, have changed. The possibilities of a fun-filled summer seem all but lost, until our hero and Hortense finally bond over a secret surprise.

In this delightful addition to Nana's Getting Married and Here Comes Hortense!, Georgia Graham's playful chalk-pastel illustrations bring the poignant, quirky, and endearing exploration of growing up to life.

Here Comes Hortense
Written by Heather Hartt Sussman
Illustrated by Georgia Graham

What could be more fun for a six-year-old than having your nana and her new husband take you to a theme park? But the fun is spoiled when Nana and Bob announce that they have a big surprise: they are all going to be joined by Bob's granddaughter, Hortense. When the fearless and fun-loving Hortense seems to stick like glue to Nana - sharing her room, listening to her stories, even going on all the scary rides with her - it turns out to be the worst surprise ever!

Georgia Graham's playful chalk-pastel illustrations bring this perceptive, funny, and endearing exploration of rivalry to life. Like it's prequel, Nana's Getting Married, Here Comes Hortense! will resonate with every child who has ever had to share the attention of a beloved adult.

Shortlisted for the 2013 Forest of Reading, Blue Spruce Award (Ontario)

Shortlisted for the 2013 Forrest of Reading, Shining Willow Award (Saskatchewan)

Recommended on CBC's, The Next Chapter

"...Hartt-Sussman's narrative touch is deft. Graham's chalk pastels, a wacky delight from start to finish. Her characters are uniquely quirky yet have a streak of photographic realism. Warm and offbeat."
-Kirkus Review

"Graham's exaggerated chalk pastels feature a lurid carnival palette and in-your-face characterizations, providing a comedic balance to the boy's pained emotional state."
-Publishers Weekly

 



©2012 by Georgia Graham used with permission of Tundra Books.
All rights reserved.

Ages 4- 7
Hard Cover Jacket
ISBN 978-1-77049-221-9
32 Pages - 10 x 8"
Full-color illustrations throughout

CDN 19.99

Where Wild Horses Run
by Georgia Graham

Georgia Graham went to the Nemaiah Valley, British Columbia in the middle of May to search for the wild horses when they were still low in the hills searching for the first blades of spring grass. There she found four bands, each led by a stallion, rippling in muscles, covered in battle wounds, and jealously protecting his mares. She camped on the shore of Chilko Lake, in snow at times, spying and observing the fascinating behaviour of the wild horse family. Where Wild Horses Run is about survival and the circle of life. 

Georgia hopes this story will ultimately inspire children with the hope that there are still truly wild places in this world worth our protection.

Silver Metal Winner of the 2012 Independent Publishers Award

Winner of the 2011 Langley Christian School Canadian Picture Book Award

Shortlisted for the 2013 Alberta Literary Award


©2011 by Georgia Graham used with permission of
Fitzhenry and Whiteside Ltd.
All rights reserved.

Horses / Wild life
Juvenile Fiction
ISBN 978-0-88995-448-9 cloth
32 pages -11 x 8.5"
Full-color illustrations throughout

CDN 18.95

Nana's Getting Married
Written by Heather Hartt Sussman
Illustrated by Georgia Graham

Life with Nana is perfect; she always has time to bake fresh chocolate chip cookies, tell wonderful bedtime stories, and knit cozy mittens and socks and turtleneck sweaters. Perfect, that is, until she meets Bob. All of a sudden, Nana's too busy for baking and storytelling and knitting. She's spending her time talking on the phone, giggling, taking long bubble baths, singing love songs, and putting on makeup! What can one aggrieved little boy do to get back Nana - just the way she was?

Complemented by the playful, quirky, chalk-pastel art of Georgia Graham, Nana's Getting Married will ring a familiar bell with every child who has had to share the attention of a beloved adult. What's more, it demonstrates hilariously that love has nothing to do with age.

Heather Hartt-Sussman, Born in Montreal, graduated from Brandeis University and attended the Sorbonne. She has been a copywriter for BCP in Montreal, a reporter for the Hollywood Reporter, editor-in-chief of international news for TV Guide in French Canada, columnist of the popular "Heather Hartt in Hollywood", and host of E! Entertainment Television's The Gossip Show. Nana's Getting Married is her first book. Heather Hartt-Sussman lives in Toronto with her husband, sons Scotty and Jack, and the Family dog.


©2010 by Georgia Graham used with permission of Tundra Books.
All rights reserved.

Ages 4- 7
Hard Cover Jacket
ISBN 978-0-88776-911-5
32 Pages - 10 x 8"
Full-color illustrations throughout

CDN 19.99

Wanda's Freckles
Written by Barbara Azore
Illustrated by Georgia Graham

 

The freckles sprinkled across Wanda’s cheeks, nose, arms, and legs have always made her feel special. That is, until the day a group of boys point, laugh, and tease her for having spots. All of a sudden, her precious freckles are a problem. The ever-resourceful Wanda decides that there’s only one thing to do: make her troublesome freckles disappear altogether!

At a time when there’s pressure to conform to someone else’s idea of perfection, this poignant story has an important message: individuality and self-acceptance are to be celebrated. This is a playful sequel to Wanda and the Wild Hair and Wanda and the Frogs.


©2009 by Georgia Graham used with permission of Tundra Books.
All rights reserved.

Ages 4- 7
Hard Cover Jacket
ISBN 978-0-88776-862-0
24 Pages - 10 x 8"
Full-color illustrations throughout

CDN 21.99

Soft Cover
soft cover CDN $9.99

The Lime Green Secret
Written and Illustrated by Georgia Graham

 

Nothing has made Gloria happier than being chosen as flower girl for sister Fran's wedding. Thrilled with her beautiful satin gown, long white gloves, shiny white shoes, lace socks, and sparkling tiara, Gloria dreams of donning her wedding finery and transforming herself. Hanging on a hook on her bedroom door, the dress glows "like a radiant angel." When Gloria gives in to temptation and puts on the entire wedding outfit to entertain the dog, it leads to unpredictable and comical results.

In this hilarious romp through the days leading up to the wedding, Gloria's unstoppable desire to dress up in her flower girl attire will appeal to any little girl whose fantasies pester her until she comes up with a creative way to fulfill them.

Georgia Graham's playful chalk pastel illustrations bring the antics in "The Lime Green Secret" magically to life.

Shortlist for the 2010 Alberta Literary Award.


©2009 by Georgia Graham used with permission of Tundra Books.
All rights reserved.

Juvenile Fiction / marriage & Divorce / Emotions / Feelings
Ages 4- 7
Hard Cover Jacket
ISBN 978-0-88776-841-5
32 Pages - 10 x 8"
Full-color illustrations throughout
CDN 21.99

Wanda and the Frogs
Written by Barbara Azore
Illustrated by Georgia Graham

Wanda's back with another wild adventure - this time with nature!

Blue-eyed, freckle faced Wanda is back, and with her comes spring, puddles, and wriggling black tadpoles. Wanda is enchanted. On the way to school one morning, Wanda scoops some tadpoles into her sand pail. When she presents them to her teacher, the teacher agrees to let the class take care of them until they become frogs. But what will happen to the tadpoles once they grow legs and their tails begin to shrink? Wanda is worried. She wants to keep them. When she secretly moves the frogs into her own bedroom at home, Wanda's family is info a hilarious host of surprises.

In this charming sequel to "Wanda and the Wild Hair", the dynamic author/illustrator team of Barbara Azore and Georgia Graham perform their magic in another joyful adventure of the quirky and mischievous Wanda.

"Georgia Graham's pastel illustrations are lively and memorable, infusing the story with warmth and vitality and supporting the nimble simplicity of the prose"
- Quill & Quire

"Both the classroom and Wanda's home are brought to life by the spirited and cheeky illustrations by Georgia Graham"
- CM Magazine


©2007 by Georgia Graham used with permission of Tundra Books.
All rights reserved.

Juvenile Fiction / Family / Parents
Ages 4- 7
Hard Cover Jacket
ISBN 0-88776-761-3
32 Pages - 10 x 8"
Full-color illustrations throughout
CDN 21.99 - US 18.95

Soft Cover
soft cover CDN $9.99

Wanda and the Wild Hair
Written by Barbara Azore
Illustrated by Georgia Graham

Blue-eyed freckle-faced Wanda has a problem: she loves her wild hair dearly, but it drives all the adults in her life to distraction. she loves the way it feels when she touches it. She loves the way it looks when she pats it in front of the mirror. But her mother always nags her to wash it, her father wants to take her to the poodle parlor for a trim, and her teacher threatens to ask the principle to cut it off. What can poor Wanda do? A series of mishaps convince Wanda that her beautiful hair has to be changed. Kids who love their hair will identify with Wanda's playful solution to make her adults happy.

This first picture book by author Barbara Azore is brought to life by the quirky, mischievous, pastel illustrations of artist Georgia Graham.

"This charming story is well served by the delightful comic illustrations of Georgia Graham."
- CM Magazine

"Kids who love their hair will identify with Wanda's playful solution to make her adults happy."
- Prairie Books NOW


©2004 by Georgia Graham used with permission of Tundra Books.
All rights reserved.

Picture Book / Feelings / Humor
Ages 3 - 6
Hard Cover Jacket
ISBN 0-88776-717-6
Pages - 10 x 8"
Full-color illustrations throughout
CDN 22.99 - US 15.95
SOLD OUT

Soft Cover
soft cover CDN $9.99

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A Team Like No Other
Written and Illustrated by
Georgia Graham

The wilderness, adventure and the trill of near disaster -- they're all present in this moving tale of a boy and his dog.

Stephen and his dad enjoy dog sledding in the mountains with their team of eight beautiful huskies. But pleasure almost turns to tragedy when Stephen finds himself alone on the sled as the dogs race towards the cliff's edge. Disaster seems certain.

But Stephen's faith in Skoki, his lead dog, is rewarded when she averts the disaster with moments to spare. Skoki's trust in Stephen makes the two of them a team like no other.

A Team Like No Other is a story of love and friendship set in the beautiful Rocky Mountains. The knowledge that Stephen and Skoki can always count on each other brings depth to this simple story of a boy and his dog.

Winner of the Saskatchewan Young Readers' Choice 2007 Shining Willow Award

Shortlisted for the 2005 Alberta Literary Award.

Juvenile Fiction / Animals / Dogs
Juvenile Fiction / Family / General
Ages 4 - 8, Grades 1 - 3
ISBN 0-88995-290-6 cloth
32 pages -11 x 8.5"
Full-color illustrations throughout
CDN 19.95 - US 17.95

Soft Cover
ISBN:0-88995-360-0

CDN 9.95 - US 7.95

Saturday Appaloosa
Thelma Sharp
Illustrations by Georgia Graham

Crystal visits Grandma every Saturday and every Saturday they go to see the horses. Crystal likes the Appaloosa but they do not know her name. All the horses belong to a woman who lives in a little house across the creek.

"I would like to ride the Appaloosa," says Crystal. "No," says Grandma, "we do not ride other peoples horses."

Another day they go to see the horses but the Appaloosa is nowhere to be found. Suddenly Crystal shouts, "Grandma, something is on the ground!"

Thanks to Grandma's quick thinking and Crystal's bravery, the Appaloosa is saved. The woman who owns the horse makes the offer Crystal has been longing to hear. "Would you like to ride the Appaloosa?"

"Yes, yes please," says Crystal. And that is what they do every Saturday.

Children's Illustrated
Ages 3-6
ISBN 0-88995-213-2 cloth
32 pages - 9x 11"
Full-color illustrations throughout
CDN 18.95 - US 16.95

Soft Cover
soft cover CDN $9.95

The Strongest Man This Side of Cremona
Written & Illustrated by Georgia Graham

Matthew's dad is the strongest man this side of Cremona He can lift Matthew over fences, and when he shouts at the cows, they scatter. But while helping repair a fence on their dairy farm, Matthew encounters something stronger than his dad: a tornado sweeping a path of devastation across the prairie.

Thanks to his dad's quick thinking, they survive the tornado. But it has left Matthew shaken, and their beautiful farm has been damaged almost beyond recognition. While friends gather to help rebuild, Matthew discovers that the love he and his father share must be the strongest thing of all.

"Striking illustrations.. Bold colors and textures capture the expansive landscape and the rising intensity of the advancing storm.. [A] warm reassuring story."
- School Library Journal

Children's Illustrated
Ages 4-8
ISBN 0-88995-182-9 cloth
32 pages - 11 x 9"
Full-color illustrations throughout
CDN 17.95 - US 15.95 - UK £9.95


"A very satisfying symmetry between strong, vivid paintings of the Alberta landscape.. and [the] powerful, forthright story."
- Globe and Mail

"Graham's illustrations-clean, yet sprawling luxuriously across the page, the characters dwarfed by the tumultuous sky-are almost enough to tell the tale. But the reader would miss Matthew's perspective and the pleasure of Graham's unaffected story-telling."
- Quill & Quire

"Striking depictions.. provide an eyeful for the kids aged four-to-eight.. But the tale also offers an emotional tug for grownups, who will delight in the heartwarming tale."
- Windsor Star

"The illustrations make this book shine. Graham has captured the prairie scenery and the warmth between father and son perfectly.. A welcome addition to any school library."
- Resource Links

"An unforgettable work."
- St. Catherine's Standard

"The powerful illustrations tell the story and evoke the emotions so well that one hardly needs the text to follow the events in this beautiful picture book."
- Canadian Content

Tiger's New Cowboy Boots
Irene Morck
Illustrated by Georgia Graham

Canadian Children's Book Centre Outstanding Book
Alberta Children's Title of the Year Award
Alberta Book Illustration Award
INTERNATIONAL BEST SELLER

Finally, Tiger has real cowboy boots for the annual cattle drive up at Uncle Roy's ranch.

As the only city kid on the trail, he wants to make a good impression. But does anyone notice? There is just too much to do. And boy-can the trail be rough! By the time it's all over, Tiger has learned a whole lot about what real means.
"Feisty."
- Publishers Weekly

"One of the most attractive kids' books... since A Prairie Alphabet."
- Saskatoon Star Phoenix

"Realistic, full-colour art captures the sweep of the landscape and the rough and ready process of moving 400 cows and calves up mucky trails and across rivers."
- Quill & Quire

Children's Illustrated Ages 4-8
ISBN 0-88995-153-5 cloth
ISBN 0-88995-181-0 paper
32 pages - 10 3/4 x 8 1/4"
Full-color illustrations throughout
CDN 17.95 cloth - CDN 9.95 paper
UK £9.95 cloth - UK £5.99 paper

Bibi and the Bull
Carol Vaage
Illustrations by Georgia Graham

When Bibi visits her Grandpa's farm, she is happy to play where it's safe. One day Grandpa's big bull escapes from his pen, but she is not afraid. She looks the bull straight in the eye, takes a deep breath and yells as loud as she can: "III-EEE-III- EEE!"

"A charming picture book... beautifully illustrated [with] superb artwork."
- Children's Bookwatch

"Graham's pallet captures the intense colors of a summer prairie landscape."
- Edmonton Journal

"A perfect marriage of delightful story and exquisite pictures."
- Calgary Herald

Children's Illustrated
Ages 4-7
ISBN 0-88995-178-0 paper
32 pages - 10 x 8"
Full-color illustrations throughout
CDN 8.95 - US 6.95 - UK £4.99

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BOOKS - OUT OF PRINT


 

We Need a Moose

Out of Print

Written by Lynne Fairbridge
Illustrated by Georgia Graham

 

 

Comet's Tale

Out of Print

Written by Sue Ann Alderson
Illustrated by Georgia Graham

 

The Most Beautiful Kite in the World

Available on the order page

Written by Andrea Spalding
Illustrated by Georgia Graham

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