by Rosalinde Bonnet
This is the most adorable book set in the Arctic – perfect for learning about Arctic animals (shout out to Sarah Rachel at the ROM for this one!).
Aput, the little fox, watches the geese fly south for the winter and discovers they have left an egg behind. When the egg hatches, the baby bird of course thinks Aput is his daddy. Aput searches all over the tundra for a family to take the little bird. He has no luck and soon realizes he can be the little bird’s family.
The illustrations are absolutely lovely – especially the last scene under the northern lights.