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July 2020

The Space Between Lost and Found is a great way to raise awareness of young caregivers of parents living with Alzheimer’s disease

In The Space Between Lost and Found we follow the story of Cassie, who is trying to fulfill her mom's bucket list. Her mom lives with young-onset Alzheimer's disease.

Hard read, but great one in Wesley King’s Sara and the Search for Normal

In her quest of being normal, Sara, who has more a series of mental health issues, finds a friend who inspires her to be herself in this middle grade read from Simon & Schuster Canada.

Embracing the outside and celebrating neighbours – picture books reviewed

More beautiful picture books reviewed from Kids Can Press and Raincoast Books featuring books about loose, new friends and dreams.

Interview with Toronto author Danielle Younge-Ullman about consent, sexual harassment and her latest book HE MUST LIKE YOU

I speak with Toronto author Danielle Younge-Ullman about her latest young adult book HE MUST LIKE YOU about sexual harassment and consent.

Light Over London is a perfect beach read – easy to read, great characters and an interesting mystery

I was in the mood for a light read and somehow Light of Over London, by Julia Kelly fit the bill, which is weird considering the fiction book is set, partially, during the Second World War. Cara Hargraves is helping... Continue Reading →

Get your kids brains active this summer with these books and game from Raincoast Books

Keep kids learning this summer without realizing it with these books from Raincoast Books.

Forensic scientist Rhona MacLeod looks for a victim in a potential crime scene in Time for the Dead to have their revenge..

This is the 14th book of the series. When you read it, you realize you are missing a lot, but it is still a good read.

Fabulous read with laugh-out-loud moments in Alexandra Potter’s confessions of a forty-something f##k up

This new release by Alexandra Potter shows you not everyone's life is exactly how they thought it out be.

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