Created as an art journal, The Words in my Hands follows the story of Piper, a Deaf woman who finally finds her way and her voice after being introduced to the Deaf community.
Despite the similaries in Cleo Porter's world and our own, this middle grade wasn't a disturbing read, but rather a fun one.
Don't read this review if you haven't read Patricia Forde's fabulous young adult dystopian book The List.
A dystopian middle grade, a different look at the Second War, Dog Sled School and scientist frogs - a mix of books reviewed for young readers.
I review True Storm, the final book in Toronto's L.E. Sterling's True Born trilogy.
Anna is heartbreaking and terrifying, yet highly recommended Thank you, Anna, you pulled me out of my book slump. I was pulled into the story titled Anna by Niccolo Ammaniti (PGC Books, Canongate) by the second paragraph and I didn't... Continue Reading →
Sometimes important details slip from my mind. When Dundurn Press asked me to participate in the Solomon's Ring blog tour late last year I had wondered if it mattered if I hadn't read the first book. While they said it... Continue Reading →