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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.

May Children’s Book Spotlight: Crescent Moons and Pointed Minarets, A Muslim Book of Shapes

Crescent Moons and Pointed Minarets, A Muslim Book of Shapes offers a great overview of Islamic faith and Ramadan.

ABCs of Picture Books: N to Z reviewed

I review the ABCs of picture books, featuring new releases from N to Z.

Canadian children’s author Helaine Becker speaks about NASA’s Katherine Johnson, zombies and eating bugs

Canadian children's book author Helaine Becker shares Katherine Johnson's story in this beautiful picture book.

True Storm is a great conclusion to L.E. Sterling’s True Born Trilogy

I review True Storm, the final book in Toronto's L.E. Sterling's True Born trilogy.

Reviewing Missing Mike by Shari Green

Read my review of Missing Mike about pets, disaster and finding your home.

ABC of children books: A to L reviewed

I review the ABCs of picture books from A to L.

Somewhere in the Middle is a quick and important read for women

Somewhere in the Middle by Tina Ware and published by Victorine Publishing shows women what is acceptable and not acceptable when it comes to relationships.

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