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Delicious-sounding recipes and photos and funny introductions – lots to love in Suzie Durigon’s Just Crumbs Baked cookbook

It might be a problem - so many delicous sounding recipes in Suzie Durigon's Just Crumbs Baked cookbook.

Q&A with picture book author Lana Button on bullying, teaching moments and COVID-19

Picture book author Lana Button talks bullying and the importance of not labelling children and life during COVID-19.

Bizarre, eerie and interesting – another great book by Canadian Marina Cohen

Toronto author Marina Cohen writes another interesting and bizarre book for middle graders.

Fast read that keeps you guessing in Hannah Mary McKinnon’s Her Secret Son

Her Secret Son is a fast read that is worth the time you will be thinking about it afterward.

Q&A with Jessica Young about her interactive children’s books and the world of writing

Read a Q&A with Thunder Bay born, Tennessee living children's author Jessica Young.

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.

Q&A with Canadian writer Kate A. Boorman about her young adult psychological thriller What We Buried

Author Kate A Boorman talks writing and editing a physiological thriller, living in France and missing Canada - but not its weather.

Q&A with Julia Nobel about the adventure/mystery middle grade book The Mystery of Black Hollow Lane

The Myster of Black Hollow Lane is the first book in a series by British Columbia author Julia Nobel. Read my Q&A.

Great read in Tim Wynne-Jones The Emperor of Any Place

Great characters, interesting concepts in The Emperor of any Place by Canadian author Tim Wynne-Jones.

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