Monthly Archives: June 2019

All in Together Girls by Kate Sutherland (210)****

This is an enchanting book by a Canadian author that is relevant to girls and women of all ages. It will transform your idea of how important it is for girls and women to take the time to get together … Continue reading

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A Little House In a Big Place by Alison Acheson (209)

This is the penultimate picture book that I will review for the Canadian book review challenge.  It was a great year with a lot of great reads!  I hope to have another great year next year. I am SO looking … Continue reading

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The Cold Little Voice by Alison Hughes (208)

We each have a cold negative voice inside our heads telling us all the things that are wrong with us. But many of these things are just plain wrong! Sometimes that cold little voice tells us that we are not … Continue reading

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The Rise of Populism by Stephen K. Bannon (207)

This is a book in the Munk Debates series. I just picked up this book on the new book shelf at my local library. But I was surprised to learn that I have more books to read in this series. … Continue reading

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George Smitherman: Unconventional Candour (206)

This is a wonderful memoir about George Smitherman.  His memoir is honest and showcases the type of man he really is. George Smitherman had modest beginnings. And yet he rose to become one of the most powerful politicians in Ontario … Continue reading

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Quebec by Jamie Hamilton (205)

This book will round off my travel books for this year. What a year it has been indeed!  I learned so much about the provinces in Canada. This book is about Quebec. Despite the fact that I was born and … Continue reading

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Saskatchewan by Gillian Richardson (204)

Saskatchwan is nicknamed Canada’s Breadbasket because its the Nation’s leading producer of wheat. Saskatchewan is also home to North America’s Oldest bird sanctuary. In Saskatchewan, Pelicans, ducks, and Canada Geese are free from hunters. There are a lot of wide … Continue reading

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