Monthly Archives: December 2016

Mooncop by Tom Gauld (127)

This will be my last book reviewed this year. In my next post, I will be looking back and forward to 2017 and all the wonderful books that I want to read. What a wonderful thing to look forward to! … Continue reading

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Tomboy Survival Guide by Ivan Coyote (126)

This is a memoir about a very interesting tomboy and how she survived in a world that is quite critical of tomboys. It can be hard for tomboys to thrive in a world that shuns things that thy don’t understand. … Continue reading

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Great Questions of Canada by Rudyard Griffiths (125)

This is another great classic about Canada and the state of politics and economy. This is a book for the historian and the person who is simply interested in Canada and receiving as much information as possible. This book answers … Continue reading

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The Illustrated History of Canada by Craig Brown (124)

I am going to finish up this year reviewing a few more books. I read and read over the Christmas Holidays. So, now it is time to post a few more before the stroke of midnight! This is a wonderful … Continue reading

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Canada by Mike Myers (123)

This is a wonderful nonfiction book that showcases Mike Myers’s most introspective memories of Canada when he lived here from 1963 to 1983. I always learn so much from Mike Myers about our wonderful Country! Mike Myers is the man … Continue reading

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Hag-Seed by Margaret Atwood (122)

This is a very unique by Margaret Atwood, a wonderful master storyteller! Margaret Atwood has always been fascinated by Shakespearean plays as I realized in her many talks here in Stratford at the Stratford Festival.  She has really thought about … Continue reading

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Bad Things Happen by Kris Bertin (121)

Today is a snow day here in Southwest Ontario.  Everything is shut down, even the transit system!  I just love these days of hibernation–a time that I can just sit down and catch up on my reading and reviewing. This … Continue reading

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