Category Archives: Lives of girls

Noni Speaks Up (131)

This is a wonderful picture book with a great message for kids. It is written by Heather Hartt-Sussman and illustrated by Genevieve Cote.  It is a book that must be read by all kids 3 to 8, especially girls. Noni … Continue reading

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A Big Dose of Lucky by Marthe Jocelyn (75)

This is another wonderful YA novel by a novelist from Stratford, Ontario where I live. I am SO proud of her work, and I always love reading it. This book is no exception to her wonderful style and award-winning story-making … Continue reading

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Viminy Crowe’s Comic Book Written by Marthe Jocelyn and Richard Scrimger (74)

This is a unique comic book for young adolescents and junior readers. However, I found the book very humorous and transporting as well. But I love adolescent books as a rule and read a lot of them because I write … Continue reading

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Martyn Godfrey (102)

Here She Is, Ms. Teeny-Wonderful By Martyn Godfrey This is a great middle-grader written by a Canadian writer. Martyn Godfrey captures the angst of the early teenage mind in a humorous way. This book was part of our Canadian Book … Continue reading

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Lives of Girls and Women (100)

Lives of Girls and Women Alice Munro This is a classic from a noble winning writer from southwest Ontario. It is a treasure to know that we can have such a great writer right here in our own backyards. This … Continue reading

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