Monthly Archives: July 2019

Rare Moments in Time by Rob Burtt (15)

This will be the last book I review for the Canadian Book Review Challenge.  And what a book to round out my month! This is a story a bout First Nations People, and early European settlers, the rich and powerful, … Continue reading

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Love and Courage by Jagmeet Singh (14)

This is a wonderful memoir about our new NDP leader in Canada. He will run in the fall election of 2019. I knew nothing about this wonderful member of the NDP party until I saw this book and picked it … Continue reading

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We The Champs: The Toronto Raptors by Alex Wong and Sean Woodley (13)

I was wondering how long it would take for a book to be written about the BIG win of the Toronto Raptors!  Not long, I guess! I was hoping that this would be their year to shine as world champs. … Continue reading

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Unforgettable Canada by George Fischer and Noel Hudson (12)

This book showcases 125 must-see destinations across Canada. It is a book that a traveler will find appealing as she sets her sight to plan trips right across Canada, and especially the northern parts of this wonderful country of ours. … Continue reading

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Twelve Steps to a Compassionate Life by Karen Armstrong (11)

I love books that leave us a hope that we can all make this world a better place. And Karen Armstrong believes that we can make the world a better place through gestures of compassion. Our world doesn’t have a … Continue reading

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Awaken Your Inner Hero by Tammy Vallieres, Jen Fitzpatrick, Susan Howson (10)

This is a wonderfully inspiring book about the heroes within our midst. We have to teach our kids that they too can become heroes, by doing simple acts that will make our world a much more compassionate place. Life is … Continue reading

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Heroes In Our Midst by Robin Mednick and Wendy Thomas (9)

This book is a wonderful reflection on all the Canadian athletic heroes in our midst. Robin Mednick had plenty of time to think about the athletes on her way to the Olympic Games in Sydney Australia. She went as the … Continue reading

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Indigenous Relations by Bob Joseph and Cynthia F. Joseph (8)

This book is a wonderfully informative tips and suggestions to make reconciliation a reality. We are all treaty people. But what are the everyday impacts of treaties and how can we effectively work towards reconciliation if we’re worried our words … Continue reading

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The Path to Wild Food by Sandra Walker (7)

I am always interested in wild food. And this book did not disappoint. I also learned a lot of different things I could make with these foods. What a bonus! This books takes a refreshing and practical approach to wild … Continue reading

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Autumn Light by Pico Iyer (6)

Last month, I was at my local library and picked up this unique book from the new book shelf. It is another one of these books that I will read and re-read for a long time. Wow!!!  I have had … Continue reading

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