Category Archives: Author from Vancouver

DNA Is not Destiny by Steven J. Heine (237)

This is a brand new book that I found in my local library on the new book’s shelf.  I am SO glad that I read it! So many of us believe that if we have parents who are prone to … Continue reading

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Eat Up: An infographic Exploration of Food By Antonia Banyard and Paula Ayer (225)

This is an important book for kids of all ages. I can absolutely see this book for home economics’ assignments and for other informational purposes. Even I learned a lot from this book that I definitely didn’t know. We all … Continue reading

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Just Cool It: The Climate Change and What to do about it By David Suzuki and Ian Hanington (219)

This book is a must read for all Canadians who are interested in this wonderful world of ours and are wondering about climate change and whether it will have long-lasting and devastating effects. There is so much misinformation out there. … Continue reading

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Tangles: A Story About Alzheimer’s, My Mother, and Me by Sarah Leavitt (209)

This is a book about Alzheimer’s. It is a book with serious overtones. It is a must read for anyone who has Alzheimer’s running in the family. It is a poignant book, one that is filled with sadness, but the … Continue reading

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Canadian Housewife: An Affectionate History – By: Rosemary Neering (205)

This is a book about the Canadian housewife throughout history from the 17th-century onwards. I found some of the details just hilarious, such as the 10 cent quart of milk. Then there were signs about the importance of babies health … Continue reading

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What Love Is and What It Could Be – By Carrie Jenkins (203)

So many of us are always wondering about what love is. It is a true philosophical question in its own right. Love is one of those mystical things that can be very hard to explain. But when we are in … Continue reading

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Vij: A Chef’s One Way Ticket to Canada with Indian Species in His Suitcase By Vikram Vij (201)

This is a very hopeful and encouraging book about one person who came to Canada and graced it with all the wonderful bold flavours from India. This is a memoir-type story. It encapsulates one part of Vij’s life—his life of … Continue reading

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