Storybook Trail

Stroll the pages of a story on the Wheatland Storybook Trail!  No need to register, you can enjoy the book anytime in your community.

Read more about what books are on display, and then check in with the local library to find the starting spot!    Already went on the Storybook Trail? We'd love to know what you thought! Please fill out our short survey


Please be sure to follow all current public health guidelines in place when walking our Storybook Trail.  If another group is reading the page ahead of you, please wait for them to finish before approaching.

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Summer Color

Summer Color! by Diana Murray:

In this celebration of the outdoors, two rambunctious children take off on an adventure from their own backyard. In each new scene they discover the wondrous details--and beautiful colors--of nature. Even when a little summer rain threatens to dampen their grand adventure, the fun continues as woodland scenes come to life in a whole new way.


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Follow Me Flo

Follow Me, Flo! by Jarvis:

When Flo and her daddy go to visit a relative’s new nest, Daddy Duck says Flo must follow him or she’ll get lost. Together, they sing a song with all the directions for the journey — up, down, in, and out. But Flo starts to make up her own words, and soon she gets so carried away that she wanders off. Oh, no — now a fox is following Flo! Where is Daddy Duck? What are the words to his song again? Jarvis’s cheerful illustrations and charming text will have young readers following and singing along with Flo.


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Finding Winnie

Finding Winnie by Lindsay Mattick:

In 1914 Harry Colebourn a veterinarian on his way to tend horses in World War I followed his heart and rescued a baby bear. He named her Winnie after his hometown of Winnipeg and he took the bear to war. Harry Colebourns real-life great-granddaughter tells the true story of a remarkable friendship and an even more remarkable journey-from the fields of Canada to a convoy across the ocean to an army base in England. And finally to the London Zoo where Winnie made another new friend a real boy named Christopher Robin. Here is the remarkable true story of the bear who inspired Winnie-the-Pooh.


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Llama Destroys the World

Llama Destroys the World by Jonathan Stutzman:

On Monday, Llama discovers a pile of cake, which he promptly eats. On Tuesday, Llama squeezes into his dancing pants, which he promptly rips. The force of the rip creates a black hole (naturally). By Friday, Llama will destroy the world. So grab some cake and your dancing pants and prepare for Llama Destroys the World... because THE TIME FOR LLAMA IS NIGH!


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Are You Scared Darth Vader

Are You Scared, Darth Vader? by Adam Rex:

It's midnight and the moon is full, but Darth Vader isn't scared. OF COURSE I AM NOT SCARED. Nothing can scare Lord Vader! CORRECT. Not monsters or witches or ghosts, and especially not the dark. So what is Darth Vader scared of? Read on in Adam Rex's hilarious and spooky Star Wars tale to find out! YOU WILL LEARN NOTHING.


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The Sharing Circle

The Sharing Circle by Theresa "Corky" Larsen-Johansson:

When two red foxes have an argument which breaks apart their community, a gentle buffalo decides to take a braid of sweetgrass to a local elder and asks her to help with a sharing circle for all the animals.


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Grampa, Will You Tell Me a Story? by Dianne Young:

Brian Crane’s crotchety but endearing senior, Earl Pickles, can be humorous and often touching, and when his precocious grandson, Nelson, asks his gramps to tell him a story, Earl’s imagination takes over. The two embark on a journey filled with whales, hot dogs, and an intense but lovable ostrich in a raincoat. Written by acclaimed Canadian children’s author Dianne Young, this quirky tale is sure to entertain children, fans of the strip, and anybody who enjoys a rollicking adventure.


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7 Ate 9 by Tara Lazar:

6 has a problem.
Everyone knows that 7 is always after him. Word on the street is that 7 ate 9. If that's true, 6's days are numbered. Lucky for him, Private I is on the case. But the facts just don't add up.
It's odd.
Will Private I put two and two together and solve the problem . . . or is 6 next in line to be subtracted?



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Awâsis and the World-Famous Bannock by Dallas Hunt:

During an unfortunate mishap, young Awâsis loses Kôhkum's freshly baked world-famous bannock. Not knowing what to do, Awâsis seeks out a variety of other-than-human relatives willing to help. What adventures are in store for Awâsis?



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Mice Skating by Annie Silvestro:

For most field mice, winter means burrowing down and snuggling in. But not for Lucy! She loves snow crunching under her paws and wearing a fluffy wool hat. And most of all, Lucy loves to skate, and she’s just ACHING to show off her new skill with her friends. After all, a winter wonderland is twice as nice when you have friends to enjoy it with. But the other mice just don’t understand—and after a disastrous indoor snowball fight, it looks as if they never will. Can Lucy find a way to make the other mice come out and “mice skate” too.

On display in Plenty from January 18th to February 1st


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Hockey in the Wild by Nicholas Oldland:

The lovable Life in the Wild trio can't wait to get out on the ice to play hockey. Except, well, they're going to have to! It's wintertime, and the bear, the moose and the beaver can't wait for hockey season to start. They're so eager, in fact, they head out onto the ice before it's thick enough, and they all fall through. Twice. While they wait for the lake to freeze, they try to take their minds off hockey. There's competitive napping. Karaoke. Lots of comfort food. Until, at last, the day arrives when the ice is ready. But, after all that time not being active, are they ready?

On display in Lanigan from January 14th to February 16th

On display in Plenty from February 22nd to March 7th



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I Sang You Down from the Stars by Tasha Spillet-Sumner:

Drawing from Indigenous creation stories and traditional teachings and illustrated in dazzling watercolors, I Sang You Down from the Stars is a tribute to the bond between mother and child.

The narrator gathers gifts for a medicine bundle in anticipation of her baby’s birth; a fluffy white eagle plume, bunches of cedar and sage, a quilted star blanket, and a small stone from the river. When the baby arrives, the mother shares the bundle with her child and reveals the importance of each item inside. But when her family comes to meet the new arrival, she realizes the baby arrived with gifts of its own and that the baby is also a sacred bundle: a baby bundle.



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