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March 2019

Cruising to Australia With These Two Books

Be inspired to cruise to Australia – and many ports of call between – with these two books. Source: Cruising to Australia With These Two Books

Learning more about the Second World War through a family trapped on the Gothic Line

War in My Town is based on the true story of a young girl, whose beloved Italian village becomes the last stronghold of the Nazis.

Reviewing Alice Kuipers’ Always Smile: Carley Allison’s Secrets for Laughing, Loving and Living

Teenager Carley Allison battled a rare form of cancer and inspired people around the world to always smile. Sadly, the Toronto teen died of cancer. This is her story.

Start small, go big with DK’s Do It Yourself step-by-step guide for home owners

From installing shelving to building a house from ground up, this DK reference book offers step-by-step instructions for fixing, building and installing almost anything in your home.

Embrace your community with these 7 picture books

These picture books celebrate belonging and community, whatever your community may be.

Twists, turns and false trails in B.A. Paris’ thriller Bring Me Back

Twists, turns, false trails. This book will keep you guessing.

Reviewing picture books that begin with The (from The Dog Who Wanted to Fly to The Yellow Suitcase)

I review picture books that begin with The and talk about death, dreams and the importance of finding people like yourself.

Celebrate friendship with David Wood’s Cooking For Friends cookbook

Lots of information, easy sounding recipes - and a creator who understands the importance of dessert every day.

Inspirational, informative and just plain funny: Funny, You Don’t Look Autistic review

Funny, informative and imporant - Toronto's Michael McCreary offers a comedian's look at life on the spectrum.

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