Canter Press (Dallas, TX)
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Canter Press is a broad-based publisher producing high-quality titles for educators and young readers. They specialize in the areas of educational literacy, young adult and children’s literature, narrative nonfiction, and religion.
Founded in Texas, Canter Press publishes some of the nation’s foremost authors and educational experts as well as emerging new authors. Consistently at the forefront of innovation, Canter Press is committed to providing unique reading experiences for adults and children alike.
Countdown to Christmas: 24 Days of the Jesse Tree Tradition
by Teresa Seidlitz; Edited by Margueritte Hartill; Illustrated by Katia Lara
Night by night, children learn that Jesus had a family just like they do. This beautifully illustrated book will establish a family holiday tradition in your household and help your family connect the people in the Bible to Jesus. Begin your countdown to Christmas with a small 2′ – 3′ high tree in your home and read one story every night in the days before Christmas. After each story, hang an ornament to remember the biblical figures, starting with Adam and Eve and ending with Jesus. Includes a complete set of full-color ornaments.
Sometimes (January 2016)
by Hugo Ibarra and John Seidlitz; Illustrated by Katia Lara
Written for 4-8 year olds, Sometimes follows the journey of Andrés and his sister, Clara, as they immigrate from Mexico to the United States. As Andrés starts at a new school, he receives encouragement from a beloved teacher, buoying his hopes until he and his sister are finally reunited with their mother.
Teaching a valuable lesson about holding on to hope, Sometimes shows the impact of the courage, strength and hope parents and teachers provide to help children through a time of uncertainty. A story of a family’s close bond above all, Sometimes is relatable for any child.