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Strange, disturbing and down-right scary – Inhabit Media’s Taaqtumi, an Anthology of Arctic Horror Stories reviewed

A collection of arctic short horror stories - perfect bedtime reading.

Love, beauty, poetry and tiny creatures: a variety of unique books reviewed

What a mix of books this month - from a book of poetry from woman poets from the Harlem Renaissance to a picture book of tiny creatures and love.

Bring out the tissues for young adult book Some Other Now

Despite the copious amounts of tears shed, I highly recommend this young adult book from Alberta author Sarah Everett.

Another amazing read by Lesley Crewe: The Spoon Stealer reviewed

Another amazing read by Lesley Crewe who created unforgettable characters.

Today is #IReadCanadian Day

It's #IReadCanadian Day. Spend 15 minutes reading the diverse range of Canadian authors.

Q&A with Sarabeth Holden, picture book author and Toronto’s Red Tape Bespoke Brewing owner

What a great interview with author/business owner Sarabeth Holden about her new picture book Please Don't Change My Diaper and opening a brewery during a global pandemic.

Monster, Book 2 of Shane Peacock’s trilogy and the new release Loner reviewed

Monster, the second book inthe Dark Missions of Edgar Brim triology, is better than the first book and Loner comes out Feb. 19.

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.

The Dark Missions of Edgar Brim and The Hare: book reviews

Two books finished this week - The Dark Missions and Edgar Brim, which was a hit with the 12 year old, and The Hare, an adults-only book "that considers a woman's inherent sense of obligation."

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