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True Storm is a great conclusion to L.E. Sterling’s True Born Trilogy

I review True Storm, the final book in Toronto's L.E. Sterling's True Born trilogy.


Reviewing Missing Mike by Shari Green

Read my review of Missing Mike about pets, disaster and finding your home.

ABC of children books: A to L reviewed

I review the ABCs of picture books from A to L.

Somewhere in the Middle is a quick and important read for women

Somewhere in the Middle by Tina Ware and published by Victorine Publishing shows women what is acceptable and not acceptable when it comes to relationships.

#MaytheFourthBeWithYou – Celebrating #StarWarsDay with DK’s Star Wars Made Easy

On this, #StarWarsDay, learn all about this galaxy far, far away with DK Books Star Wars Made Easy. #MayTheFourthBeWithYou

Blog tour: Q&A with Alice Kuipers, author of Polly Diamond and the Magic Book

  When Raincoast Books asked me to participate in the blog tour celebrating the launch of author Alice Kuipers' latest book, Polly Diamond and the Magic Book ($14.99, Chronicle Books), there wasn't much to think about. How can you go... Continue Reading →

Whistle in the Dark kept you reading and wondering throughout the book

Whistle in the Dark will keep you reading until the end.

DK Books makes it easy to Grow Something Different To Eat

Sometimes I tire of eating. Part of this apathy stems from the fact that I cook every meal I eat – breakfast, lunch and dinner - and part of it is living in small-town in Ontario, at the end of... Continue Reading →

Kathy Kacer’s The Sound of Freedom offers a child’s perspective of the Holocaust

The Sound of Freedom follows the story of Anna who encourages her family to flee Poland and the hatred directed toward Jewish people.

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