• Meg and Greg in the News

    Meg and Greg featured on Bibliovideo!

    Check out two clips and one webinar from Bibliovideo for Accessible books YouTube channel featuring Meg and Greg.

    Bibliovideo is a YouTube channel all about Canadian books for young people brought to you by the Canadian Children’s Book Centre and with support of the Canada Council for the Arts.

    Clip 1: Meg and Greg: Decodable Books for Readers with Dyslexia

    Clip 2: NEW Early Reader Books (Grades 3—6)

    Webinar: Accessible Books in the Classroom and Library

  • Elspeth Rae on a panel about research-informed literacy instruction

    The discussion in this video offers practical advise from three educators, including Elspeth Rae, on their research-informed approach to literacy instruction.

    This webinar is brought to you by Pembroke Publishers and Orca Book Publishers and was published on Pembroke Publisher’s YouTube channel.

  • Meg and Greg featured on the PTS Coaching blog

    Meg and Greg was featured on Cindy Goldrich’s website, PTS Coaching. Check it out here!

    Cindy Goldrich is a mental health professional, ADHD Clinical Service Provider, and training professional. Founder of PTS Coaching, LLC, Cindy is a leading authority on parenting and supporting children with ADHD, Executive Function, and Learning Disabilities.

  • BC Book World article “When Meg met Greg” feature article from BC Book World

    Learn more about the authors behind the Meg and Greg series in this feature article from the Spring 2021 edition of BC Book World. Read now!

  • Meg and Greg wins GOLD at the Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards!

    Meg and Greg: A Duck in a Sock, has been awarded a gold medal by the 2018 Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards! The book placed first in the Reading Skills / Literacy category.

    Launched in 2007, the Moonbeam Awards recognize outstanding children’s books and their creators, and celebrate life-long reading.

    We are thrilled at this recognition and hope that it will help us reach more children who would benefit from learning and practising reading skills with Meg and Greg.