Monthly Archives: January 2020

Mama Bird Lost an Egg by Evelyn Fournier (110)

This is an adorable picture book for kids of all ages about how to deal with loss and sadness. Mama bird is sad today. A little egg she was keeping warm has broken. With tenderness and compassion, her son, Gabriel, … Continue reading

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Waterloo, Wellington and Guelph: 35 Loop Routes by Nicola Ross (109)

This is a wonderful book for hikers and people who enjoy nature. There is so much beauty in Waterloo, Wellington. I look forward to going on some of these hikes in the spring, summer and fall as well. On any … Continue reading

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Earn, Spend, Save by Kira Vermond (108)

This is a savvy guide to a richer, smarter, debt-free life. It is written by Chatelaine’s money expert. How wonderful! This is a great guide to money for Canada women who have been known to overspend. Say goodbye to debt, … Continue reading

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First Cut by Judy Melinek and T.J. Mitchell (107)

This is a story about a hard-nosed medical examiner, a suspicious case, and an underworld plot only she saw coming. San Francisco’s newest medical examiner, Dr. Jessie Teska, has made a chilling discovery. A suspected overdoes case contains hints of … Continue reading

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From Where I Stand by Jody Wilson-Raybould (106)

This is a very interesting read by Jody Wilson-Raybould!  I feel so inspired that she is doing so much good work with rebuilding indigenous National for a stronger Canada. This is so important. She is an inspiration to us all. … Continue reading

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Turtle Pond by James Gladstone (105)

Its hard to say exactly what it is, but there’s something really enchanting about turtles that captivates us. Why else would people, young and old, stop to watch them bask in the sun, climb over rocks or swim idly through … Continue reading

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Meet Paddy Bostock

Hi Paddy Bostock.  Than you for being here on my blog today. Its an honour to have you here! 1. Tell us a few things about yourself. I was born in Liverpool and hold a B.A. in Modern Languages and … Continue reading

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Talk Money to Me by Kelley Keehn (104)

This is a book about how to save well, spend some, and feel good about our money. It is a book that is a must-read for all Canadians. This book is especially timely because there is so much financial turmoil … Continue reading

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Feet First by Beverley A. Hoyles (103)

This is a unique book about surviving all the depths and difficulties in life by believing that you can do anything with God’s help. Our childhood’s are so important. Beverley Hoyles agrees with Dr. Dobson who says, “Serious mistakes are … Continue reading

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No Days off by Max Domi (102)

This is a book about one person’s life with Type 1 Diabetes and the journey to the NHL.  It is a story that is as inspiring as it is encouraging. As a kid, when Max Domi was asked what he … Continue reading

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