Monthly Archives: August 2019

Finding Purpose in a Godless World by Ralph Lewis (29)

This is a brand new book that was displayed in the new books area of my local library.  I decided to take it out and read it. I wasn’t disappointed. It certainly made me think, I must say. It was … Continue reading

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Up! How Families Around the World Carry Their Little Ones by Susan Hughes (28)

This is a most interesting picture book for kids of all ages, as well as adults. I was completely enthralled by the book.  I never thought I would be.  But I sure was. I had no idea that there was … Continue reading

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Meet Elsie MacGill by Elizabeth MacLeod (27)

In 1929, Elsie was the first woman in the world to earn a master’s degree in aeronautical engineering–which she had to accept from a hospital bed after contracting polio. Elsie’s life was a life filled with euphoria and devastation. I … Continue reading

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Trudeau by John Ivison (26)

This is an informative book about our current Prime Minister of Canada. It is a book that will make you think and perhaps even recoil at some of the statements that are made about Justin Trudeau. However, these are views … Continue reading

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Joyous Health by Joy McCarthy (25)

This is a book about how to eat and live well without dieting. Who wouldn’t like that, huh? All of us would. And she shows us how this could be done, one page and one recipe at a time. This … Continue reading

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When Any Time Was Train Time by Elizabeth A. Wilmot (24)

There was a time when residents of Ontario communities listened eagerly for the locomotive’s whistle, when travellers and train-watchers stood on boarding platforms of vital railway stations and thrilled to the sight of steam, when passenger trains and mixed freights … Continue reading

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111 Places in Vancouver by Dave Doroghy and Graeme Menzies (23)

This is a travel book about 111 places that you must not miss when you visit Vancouver. Since visiting Vancouver is definitely on my bucket list, this book provides important information as I land in Vancouver unaware of anyone or … Continue reading

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