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Childhood Unplugged by Katherine Johnson Martinko is a useful guide to learn how to unplug from screens and get outside!

This book by Katherine Johnson Martinko is a great resource to learn more about reducing screen time with your family and gives practical advice of how kids can be more active outdoors! The book is available to order now.

Introduce your little adventurers to the great outdoors in this fun and educational book by Jessica Gold about our beautiful world and the wonderful ways we can enjoy it.

A book from A to Z suitable for kids ages zero to ninety-nine! Proceeds from Get Outside will be donated to Project Canoe which offers educational outdoor programming to youth who might otherwise miss out on the experiences of outdoor adventure due to systemic or mental health barriers.Your purchase of this book has helped to get others outside! Get Packed, Get Pumped and Get Outside!

This innovative picture book by Elder Albert D. Marshall and Louise Zimanyi, illustrated by Emily Kewageshig introduces readers to the concept of Etuaptmumk—or Two-Eyed Seeing, the gift of multiple perspectives in the Mi’kmaw language—as we follow a group of young children connecting to nature as their teacher.

A poetic, joyful celebration of the Lands and Waters as spring unfolds: we watch for Robin's return, listen for Frog's croaking, and wonder at maple tree's gift of sap. Grounded in Etuaptmumk, also known as Two-Eyed Seeing—which braids together the strengths of Indigenous and non-Indigenous ways of knowing—and the Mi’kmaq concept of Netukulimk—meaning to protect Mother Earth for the ancestors, present, and future generations—Walking Together offers guidance on nurturing respectful, reciprocal, responsible relationships with the Land and Water, plant-life, animals and other-than-human beings for the benefit of all.

Your Adventure Awaits

The products described in this guide can be found in stores such as: Mastermind Toys, Walmart, Canadian Tire, Superstore, Toys ‘R’ Us, and Sport Chek as well as online at,,, and

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