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My Secret Sister, Annie’s Cat is Sad, Blue Baboon Finds Her Tune and Room for More reviewed

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.

Picture books about the importance of just dancing

Two picture books both with the same message - follow your dreams, be yourself and just dance.

Hooked from the first sentence – Gone but still here by Jennifer Dance reviewed

Jennifer Dance's latest book, gone but still here, hooked me from the first sentence. Each chapter tells more of the story from the point of view of characters such as Mary, living with dementia, and Sage, the wise golden retriever who proves humans just don't get it.

Harvey, survival, monsters and Kaijus and Do Bulldozers have Butts? Book reviews

Harvey Takes the Lead, Northwind, Anzu The Great Kaiju and Does a Bulldozer have a Butt? Middle grade and picture books reviewed.

Q&A with Canadian author Marina Cohen about her latest middle grade book Shadow Grave

"I have always had a passion for creepy stories and films and so I aspire to write the sorts of things that make me happy—shiver-inducing, spine-tingling, creepy-mystery-thrillers." Read my Q&A with Scarborough author Marina Cohen.

Didn’t see that coming: Fight Like a Girl reviewed

FIght Like a Girl by Sheena Kamal is set in Toronto and features "hella fierce," Trisha, a 17-year-old Muay Thai kickboxer who begins to suspect something is going on at her house.

Author/illustrator Mike Kerr talks about love and his latest picture book, Love is for Roaring

Canadian author/illustrator Mike Kerr talks about Valentine's, love and expressing it and his latest book, Love is for Roaring.

Q&A with Canadian author Patricia Miller-Schroeder and her book Sisters of the Wolf

I interview Canadian author Patricia Miller-Schroeder about her book Sisters of the Wolf, a young adult/middle grade book 35 years in the making.

OCD, Crete and hockey – books reviewed

Another great book from Wesley KIng, this one with a young man trying to deal with OCD alone until he meets someone who may see right through him. Also reviewed, the latest by Nadia Marks, and a hockey picture book.

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