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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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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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The Wild Beast by Eric Walters (99)

This is a wonderfully-informative and colourful picture book for kids.  It is a book that will be cherished by the younger child as well as the older. This is a story about creation in a very unique voice. It is … Continue reading

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Book Review: Fubars by Paddy Bostock

This is a story that will keep you engaged in the story until the last word of the last page. It is an unforgettable and unique story that will leave you thinking and reflecting on the state of the world … Continue reading

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Taste the Wild by Lisa Nieschlag (98)

This is a wonderful book of the Canadian landscape and some great Canadian mouth-watering recipes which are as simple as they are tasty. Who doesn’t dream of leaving everyday life behind and really experience nature with an adventure in the … Continue reading

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Strangers in the House by Candace Savage (96)

This is a wonderful story that is as sad as it is resilient. I love stories that are as deep and yet as cathartic as this. Candace Savage was always curious about the first occupants of her charming character home. … Continue reading

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The Labrador Innu by Camille Fouillard (95)

This is a book for kids of all ages about the Indigenous Communities in Canada. It is an informative book that kids can use for class projects or just to become more informed about the Labrador Innu’s. There are approximately … Continue reading

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