Introducing Book Time, and the love of reading.
Samson in the Snow by Philip C. Stead (Roaring Brook Press, $20.50) is about a lonely wooly mammoth who meets a red bird bringing flowers to a friend, who is having a bad day. Suddenly, a snowstorm hits and Samson,... Continue Reading →
“The story of Adam and Liv is heartwarming and relatable, and with Lindsey's (Kelk) trademark humour sparkling throughout, it will have you laughing out loud.” This quote, found on the back the copy I received from HarperCollins of We Were... Continue Reading →
When DK Books invited me to participate in their #IloveDK campaign by blogging about my one favourite DK Books, I might have snorted. My eight year old said it best - “Just one? Can I pick two?” Of course, I... Continue Reading →
My stepdaughter gave me Vampire Academy (RazorBill) by Richelle Mead for Christmas this year. The Vampire Academy is one of her favourite series, one she said she liked better than Stephenie Meyer's Twilight. As a teen, and into my early... Continue Reading →
I didn't think I could read What She Knew by Gilly MacMillan. There seemed to be many similarities between Ben, who disappeared without a trace while walking through the forest with his mom Rachel, and my son. I could understand... Continue Reading →
Listen To Me by Hannah Pittard (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Raincoast Books, $36.50) is aptly named as it seems like Mark, one of the two main characters in this book about a couple trying to move forward after the wife, Maggie,... Continue Reading →