Monthly Archives: November 2015

Holocaust Survivors in Canada (52)

This month, before I got onto the Canadian Book Review Challenge, I thought I would do some scientific and historical reading. And this book is in the same domain as the previous two that I reviewed. This book is sad … Continue reading

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The Magic of Reality (51)

This is another book by Richard Dawkins that is full of illustrations and pictures about how we know what’s really true. It is a book that will be appealing to the scientist, philosopher, psychologist, and any thinker who wants to … Continue reading

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An Appetite for Wonder (50)

This is Richard Dawkins’ first memoir about his life and how he became famous and well-known.  I remember when I first read The Selfish Gene.  It was a book that I read and re-read as an undergraduate at York University.. … Continue reading

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Sneaky Art (49)

This is a unique book for kids that will involve them in creating their own art. It is a colourful book that will inspire the child to do more than just read the book. It is a book that kids … Continue reading

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Have I got a Book for You (48)

As many of you know who read my book review blog often, I have been reviewing Melanie Watt’s Picture books. And here is one more that I found that I absolutely love.  It is clever and hilarious. This picture book … Continue reading

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Unaccountable: Truth and Lies on Parliament Hill (47)

This is an eye-opening book about the state of Canadian Politics under the Harper government. Kevin Page worked as one of the federal Conservatives budget officer. This move was supposed to deliver greater government transparency and accountability. Page very quickly became … Continue reading

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Brief Candle in the Dark (46)

Richard Dawkins is one of most important and best nonfiction writers of our time. His work is timely and very relevant to our modern lives. In this memoir, Richard Dawkins looks back on his life of tireless intellectual adventure and … Continue reading

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