Author Archives: irenesroth

About irenesroth

I am a freelance and academic writer. I am currently writing a book called `Fearless Freelance Writers`. Please look out for it soon on this blog.

The Twelve Days of Christmas by Vladimir Vagin (105)

Here is another book on Christmas carols. I loved this book as well since it gave me a real sense of Christmas. The author really did a splendid job discussing Christmas in olden days. Vladimir Vagin has captured the lavish … Continue reading

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The Twelve Days of Christmas by Alison Jay (104)

This picture book is for the my own mini-challenge for December. I wanted to read a few books about Christmas Carols.  And I found a few.  So, I will be showcasing them here this month. As I researched all the books that we … Continue reading

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When a Child has Diabetes by Denis Daneman, Shaun Barrett, and Jennifer Harrington (103)

This is a wonderful book about the challenges of having a child diagnosed with Diabetes. There are so many life-changing aspects to having a child who lives with Diabetes both for the parents and for the child. However, learning about … Continue reading

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111 Places in Toronto That You Must Not Miss by Anita Mai Genua (103)

This book highlights how wonderful Toronto is and how many real live treasures there are, from fine restaurants, parks, recreational places, spas, and much, much more. Toronto is one of the most wonderful cities that I had the pleasure of … Continue reading

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Summer of the Horse by Donna Kane (102)

This is a memoir about a person who just loves the country life and horses. It is a wonderful story about one person’s absolute love of this wonderful, wonderous animal. It is one thing for a person to love horses, … Continue reading

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Second Rising by Catherine M. A. Wiebe (101)

I noticed this book a few weeks ago when I was at my local library. It was in a special section of the library, where certain titles are showcased, depending on the theme for the month or even week. The … Continue reading

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Embroidery by Judy Ann Sadler (100)

Yay, I read 100 books up to now in 2018 for the 2018-2019 Canadian Book Review Challenge!  I wasn’t sure if I would get there.  But I did!!! This is a children’s book on how to do simple embroidery stitches.  … Continue reading

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