As part of ETT’s Black History Month celebration, Members can enter the Children’s Book Draw featuring a range of topics that highlight the lived experiences of Black folks across Canada.
- Members will have the chance to win one book.
- Winners will be expected to share a social media post with ETT tagged demonstrating their use of the material with students/in a classroom.
- Winners will be selected randomly, and given their choice of book (in order of preference indicated, and subject to availability of the book).
- Books will be sent to draw winners via TDSB interoffice mail. (Please make sure your ETT Member Hub profile is up-to-date including the worksite and personal email fields.)
To enter the draw please scroll down and complete the form. Draw deadline is Friday, February 16, 2024.
For more information contact Executive Officer Julius.
Links to information on the books in the draw:
- Abolition is Love by Ware Syrus Marcus
- Africa is Not A Country by Mark Melnicove – all copies claimed
- Africville by Shauntay Grant – all copies claimed
- Africville by Shauntay Grant (French Edition)
- The Antiracist Kitchen: 21 Stories (and Recipes) by Nadia L. Hohn – all copies claimed
- Beatrice and Croc Harry by Lawrence Hill – all copies claimed
- Because You Are by Jael Richardson – all copies claimed
- Big Dreamers: The Canadian Black History Activity Book for Kids, Volume 1 by Akilah Newton – all copies claimed
- Big Dreamers: The Canadian Black History Activity Book for Kids Volume 2 by Akilah Newton
- A Boy and His Mirror by Marchant Davis – all copies claimed
- The Halifax Explosion by Afua Cooper
- I Am BIG by Itah Sadu – all copies claimed
- Le plus grand by Itah Sadu (French Edition) – all copies claimed
- Julie and the Mango Tree by Sadé Smith – all copies claimed
- The Kindest Red: A Story of Hijab and Friendship by Ibtihaj Muhammad – all copies claimed
- A Likkle Miss Lou: How Jamaican Poet Louise Bennett Coverley Found Her Voice by Nadia L. Hohn – all copies claimed
- Meet Mary Ann Shadd by Elizabeth MacLeod – all copies claimed
- Movers, Shakers, History Makers: The Canadian Black History Book of Rhymes by Akilah Newton
- My Fade Is Fresh by Shauntay Grant– all copies claimed
- Race with Me! by Andre De Grasse – all copies claimed
- Sam’s Super Seats by Keah Brown
- The Story of the Toronto Raptors by Jim Whiting – all copies claimed
- The Trailblazing Life of Viola Desmond: A Civil Rights Icon by Rachel Kehoe – all copies claimed
- Your Name Is A Song by Jamilah Thompkins-Bigelow – all copies claimed
- Quelques miettes by Phil Cummings (French Edition) – all copies claimed
The Book Draw is now closed. Thanks to everyone who entered!