Monthly Archives: November 2011

Canadian Book Review Challenge

The Room By: Emma Donoghue This is a gem of a book by a Canadian author who won the Man Booker Prize for Fiction in 2010. Donoghue’s book is very much about perspective. For five year old Jack, his room … Continue reading

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Canadian Book Review Challenge

Teens Gone Wired: Are you ready? Lyndsay Green This book is an important informational tool for all parents of teens about the social impact of the wired world. Wired teens spend so much time on the internet that they cannot … Continue reading

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Canadian Book Review Challenge

The Room By: Emma DonoghueThis is a gem of a book by a Canadian author who won the Man Booker Prize for Fiction in 2010. Donoghue’s book is very much about perspective. For five year old Jack, his room is … Continue reading

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The Canadian Book Review Challenge

Cinderella’s Magical Wheelchair By: Jewel Kats Illustrated by: Richa Kinra      This is a wonderful picture book about Cinderella, a disabled girl in a wheelchair. Because she’s in a wheelchair, she feels different from everyone else and is constantly mistreated and … Continue reading

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The Canadian Book Challenge

What do you do to help your Body? By: Jewel Kats Illustrated by: Richa Kinra This is another wonderful book by Jewel Katz about all the different kinds of assistive devices that are available to people with various physical disabilities. Assistive … Continue reading

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The Canadian Book Review Challenge

Volkswagen Blues By: Jacques Poulin This is one of Jacques Poulin’s best books. The story is about a journey like no other in search for his brother. In the process, Jack discovers a lot about himself and his brother. The … Continue reading

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