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Digital Subscriptions > Quill & Quire > MARCH 2017 > Triple threat

Triple threat

A trio of picture books offer different but equally satisfying takes on overcoming one’s fears


Books for Young People

Underneath the Sidewalk

Claire Eamer; Thomas Gibault, ill.

North Winds Press/Scholastic Canada, Ages 3-8

The Thing Lou Couldn’t Do

Ashley Spires

Kids Can Press, Ages 3-7

Milo and Georgie

Bree Galbraith; Josée Bisaillon, ill.

Owlkids Books, Ages 3-7

CONQUERING FEARS is a big part of childhood. Kids are confronted with scary new things on a regular basis: the dark, the monster under the bed, climbing a tree, a move to a new neighbourhood. Three spring picture books take readers through some frightening experiences to show them that facing fears can make them stronger and happier.

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