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June 2018

Author Lauren James captures loneliness, fear and suspense in The Loneliest Girl in the Universe

Loneliest Girl in the Universe was a quick, fun read.

Excellent read in Second Story Press’ A Fist Around the Heart

A Fist Around the Heart is an excellent read and touches on Jewish persecution, family, women's rights and mental health.

Cool, disgusting and fascinating information found in DK Books’ The Bacteria Book by Steve Mould

Learn some cool and fascinating (and disgusting) facts about the world of microorganisms.

Reviewing Spring by Norway’s Karl Ove Knausgaard

Spring was an interesting and unique read.

Road Trip Through America With These Two Books

Be inspired to take a road trip to the United States with these books courtesy of Raincoast Books and PGC Books. This blog is featured on From the rolling hills of the Catskills in upstate New York, to a... Continue Reading →

Talking with winner of Middle East Youth Non-Fiction Book Award times two and non-fiction children’s writer Helen Mason

Canadian author Helen Mason takes about A Refugee's Journey from Syria and from Afghanistan and why she writes non-fiction.

Reviewing Convenience Store Woman by Japan’s Sayaka Murata

Convenience Store Woman follows the story of Keiko Furukura, who happily works at a Toyko convenience store, but who is pressured by friends and family to want more.

Fun, quick read in Toronto’s Marcel St. Pierre’s Cliche and Wind Go Hitchhiking

Cliche and Wind Go Hitchhiking offers an eclectic mix of short stories.

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