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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.

Picture book and graphic novel about anxiety reviewed

In this picture book and graphic novel from Annick Press, the main characters find ways to overcome their anxiety.

From Gender Swapped Fairy Tales to self-help, reviewing five books read this month

Pippo & Clara was my favourite of books read this month that also includes Gender Swapped Fairy Tales and a graphic novel about Japanese-Canadians during the Second World War.

Dogs, magical races, fitting in and David Bowie: picture books and graphic novels reviewed

I review two picture books and two graphic novels for kids about friendship, fitting in and David Bowie.

Chatting to Canadian artist Mike Holmes about My Own World

I interview Mike Holmes, a Canadian author and illustrator whose debut graphic novel My Own World came out June 22.

Middle grade, graphic novel and young adult book reviewed

Mix of reads - Red Wolf, which takes about residential schools, Paranorther, a graphic novel about magic and chaos bunnies, and Time Villians, an action middel grade book with historical figures.

Primo Levi, a fictionalized graphic novel about the chemist who survived Auschwitz, reviewed

Powerful read in fictionalized graphic novel about Italian chemist and writer Primo Levi who survived Auschwitz.

Q&A with Toronto author Stephanie Cooke about Oh My Gods!, a middle grade graphic novel

In this Q&A with Toronto author Stephanie Cooke, she talks about the process of creating Oh My Gods!, a graphic novel for middle graders, among other topics.

Escape from Syria graphic novel is a must-read

Twenty-three per cent. That's the percentage of Syrian refugee girls who have become child brides – some as young as nine - since the crisis in that country started. It's a number that has stuck with me since reading Escape... Continue Reading →

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