Daily Archives: February 22, 2017

Eat Leo, Eat! by Caroline Adderson (169)

I have been reading a lot of Caroline Adderson’s books lately. And I will be reviewing a lot of them here on my Canadian blog. I just love her kid’s books. She has such an amazing flare for capturing a … Continue reading

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Second Blush by Molly Peacock (168)

I love books of poetry. And this book did not disappoint. I had a good time reading it during this long family day weekend. What better way to spend a long weekend than reading! This is a poetry book that … Continue reading

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Death in the Family by John Chipman (167)

This is a very sad book about infant death in Ontario. It is really sad to read that pediatric pathologists are so much to blame for them. In the Mid-1990s, the Chief Coroner’s Office in Ontario decided that death investigation … Continue reading

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Jasper John Dooley: Public Library Enemy #1 by Caroline Adderson (166)

This is the last of the three fictional books that I picked up from my local library that is written by Caroline Adderson. What a treasure-throve of laughs these books were. All Jasper wanted was to find a book that … Continue reading

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Jasper John Dooley: Lost and Found by Caroline Adderson (165)

This is the second book in the series that I picked up at my local library by Caroline Adderson. This book is super cute too. And it is hilarious. Bored of hide-and-seek and knights, Jasper and his friends invent a … Continue reading

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Jasper John Dooley: You’re in Trouble by Caroline Adderson (164)

This is a wonderfully cute junior fiction story. There are three books in this series and I am going to be reviewing all three of them. They were precious finds at my local library. Just when I wasn’t looking, there … Continue reading

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