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For years, occupational therapist Tina Singh felt frustrated when trying to find helmets that would fit her three active young sons – they wear a patka, or cloth head covering, that is smaller than a turban but still covers their long hair – as they began to ride bicycles and play team sports such as hockey.
Canada’s Walk of Fame Awards Celebration recently honoured 10 extraordinary Canadians for their contributions to music, television, journalism, athletics, innovation and entrepreneurship – including three with close ties to the University of Toronto.
With just a few lines of text on a red background, the cover of Michael Gayle’s third children’s book is a far cry from the usual jumble of hues and images competing for a kid’s interest.
Flipping it open reveals other unusual elements in the children’s book genre: pages full of intricate illustrations, extravagant characters and a message left open for interpretation.