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Reviewing The Inheritance Games and its equally fantastic sequel, plus Ready Player Two

First two books in The Inheritance Games series by Jennifer Lynn Barnes were fantastic from the moment you cracked them open.

The Magician’s Elephant, Come from Away and Our Missing Hearts reviewed

The Magician's Elephant is beautiful and magical. Come From Away, set in Nova Scotia during the Second World War, offers unique perspectives, while Our Missing Hearts was fantastic and a bit frightening.

Feelings of panic and anxiety – you should read None of this Serious

Despite the feelings of panic and anxiety, this coming-of-age young adult book is a great read.

Chatting with Canadian author David Michael about his book Love Will Out – A Newfoundland Story

I interview David Michael, the author of Love Will Out - A Newfoundland Story, about the unusual love story of his parents, that is five love stories revolving around the same central story.

Learning all about cities with Pajama Press’ I Love My City

Great information about cities and how they work in this middle grade book from Pajama Press.

January reads: Better The Blood and The Choice, The Sleeping Car Porter and The Forgotten Bookshop in Paris

A crime thriller set in New Zealand, a missing child and family dynamics, a forgotten bookshop and a sleeping car porter. What books did you read this Janauary?

Interesting love story in Love Will Out – A Newfoundland Story

Love Will Out - A Newfoundland Story is set in St. John's harbour in the 1920s and '30s and is based on the true story of the authors' parents.

Picture book shows the importance of empathy and the power of chocolate

When Daniel understands how lonely a dark his school must feel to the new girl in his class, he finds a way to bring a little Cocoa Magic to his classmates.

Interview with Canadian author Lesley Crewe about writing, Montreal, and the ordinary moments of life

In my latest author interview, Canadian author Lesley Crewe talks about the childhood memories, Expo '67 and Nosy Parker, her latest slice-of-life book.

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