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Q&A with Canadian illustrator Jo Rioux about her re-released graphic novel Cat’s Cradle

Canadian author/illustrator Jo Rioux talks about updating Cat's Cradle: The Golden Twine and how, soon, it will be a trilogy and perhaps more in this Q&A.

Q&A with Jennifer Dance about her “best book yet”, gone but still here

Gone but still here is a work of fiction, yet most of it is true. Author Jennifer Dance talks about giving back the voice of her love of her life and the importance of taking care of yourself while on the dementia journey.

Q&A with Canadian author Marina Cohen about her latest middle grade book Shadow Grave

"I have always had a passion for creepy stories and films and so I aspire to write the sorts of things that make me happy—shiver-inducing, spine-tingling, creepy-mystery-thrillers." Read my Q&A with Scarborough author Marina Cohen.

Q&A with Markham author Wendy Poole about Remembering, set during the Second World War

In this author interview, Wendy Poole talks how her mom's stories about the war years inspired her new book, Remembering: A Time of Great Purpose.

Author/illustrator Mike Kerr talks about love and his latest picture book, Love is for Roaring

Canadian author/illustrator Mike Kerr talks about Valentine's, love and expressing it and his latest book, Love is for Roaring.

Q&A with Laurie Hollman about The Busy Parent’s Guide to Managing Anxiety and parental intelligence

Laurie Hollman's latest book, The Busy Parent's Guide to Managing Anxiety in Children and Teens, offers examples of how people to use parental intellegience to help with their children's anxiety.

Interviewing ABC New’s first female foreign correspondent Hilary Brown about her memoir War Tourist

From 1973 and for more than 35 years, Canadian foreign correspondent Hilary Brown reported from trouble spots throughout the world and covered such stories as the fall of Saigon in 1975.  She has filed reports “from every continent except for... Continue Reading →

Q&A with Jenn Fujikawa about Star Wars The Life Day Cookbook

All the recipes in Star Wars: The Life Day Cookbook were tested on Jenn Fujikawa's toughest critics - her kids. Read more about this cookbook and holiday traditions inspired by the Star Wars galaxy.

100 Ways to Make the World a Better Place activity book – interview with Kirsten Liepmann

In this interview with Kirsten Liepmann, who wrote 100 Ways to Make the World a Better Place activity book with Karen Ng, she talks about the importance of children learning about and solving our big issues.

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