Daily Archives: July 25, 2018

Ya Ha Tinda by Kathy Calvert (20**)

This is a book about celebrating 100 years of Canadian Government’s only working horse ranch. It is a book like no other I have seen or read. It is a new book, and it is one that I wanted to … Continue reading

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A Recipe for an Extraordinary Life by Emilio Jose Garcia and Samantha Kristoferson (19)

This is a wonderful book about organization, minimalism and self-care.  It is a book like no other by authors from the Waterloo, Ontario region. It is a must-read in our culture of overconsumption and over-busyness. So many of us are … Continue reading

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From the Vault by Gennifer Grainger (18)

This book is a photo-history of London, Ontario. It contains hundreds of never-before-seen photos from London’s up to the 195o’s. Settled at the fork of the Thames River in early 1800’s, London was a small rural town when William Sutherland founded … Continue reading

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Everything Beautiful is Not Ruined by Danielle Younge-Ullman (17)

I never read anything by Danielle Younge-Ullman.  I was surprised to feel so connected to her characters and the place. When seventeen year old Ingrid Burke arrives at Peak Wilderness Camp, it is not what she is expecting. For starters, … Continue reading

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