My Secret Sister, a true story of twins separated at birth, was a good read, but a difficult one. I also review three children's books including Annie's Cat is Sad, Blue Baboon FInes Her Tune and Room for More by Michelle Kadarusman.
Small Things LIke These is a powerful, non-fiction story based on the true events of the Magdalen laundries in Ireland.
Speechless - sort of. Earthlings, by Sayaka Murata, took a weird twist at the end.
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.
Oona Britt is an amazing character - brave, strong and determined. A great read in this Matilda Woods' book.
Death, love and doing the right thing - great lessons in this magical middle grade book.
I started and finished The Agony of Bun O'Keefe by Heather Smith ($21.99, Penguin Teen Canada) in one afternoon. Set in Newfoundland in 1986, Bun O'Keefe, who learned about life through VHS tapes her mother, a compulsive hoarder, brings... Continue Reading →