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Beautiful illustrations and message in Sophie Blackall’s If You Come to Earth

What a beautiful picture book in both illustrations and message. This is a book I will be giving as a gift, likely over and over.

Learn about the Criminals of the Animal Kingdom in this super fun kids book

Learn about animals who are being charged with various crimes and the reasons why in this picture book from Kids Can Press.

The Space Between Lost and Found is a great way to raise awareness of young caregivers of parents living with Alzheimer’s disease

In The Space Between Lost and Found we follow the story of Cassie, who is trying to fulfill her mom's bucket list. Her mom lives with young-onset Alzheimer's disease.

Hard read, but great one in Wesley King’s Sara and the Search for Normal

In her quest of being normal, Sara, who has more a series of mental health issues, finds a friend who inspires her to be herself in this middle grade read from Simon & Schuster Canada.

Fabulous read with laugh-out-loud moments in Alexandra Potter’s confessions of a forty-something f##k up

This new release by Alexandra Potter shows you not everyone's life is exactly how they thought it out be.

Important lessons about consent and standing up for yourself in He Must Like You

Main character Libby has a lot to deal with in Toronto author Danielle Younge-Ullman's latest young adult book He Must Like You about consent, rage and standing up for yourself.

The Last Lie continues the story created by Patricia Forde in The List

Don't read this review if you haven't read Patricia Forde's fabulous young adult dystopian book The List.

Set in post-war Britain, Wedding Bells for Woolworths is a quick read with lots of characters

Wedding Bells for Woolworths is the perfect beach read - for the most part light and a fast read. Be warned through, there are lots of characters who seem to to be all related.

Maggie Downs’ Braver Than You Think offered part memoir, part travelogue and a whole lot of adventure

Maggie Downs' shows she is braver than she thinks when she honours her mom, dying of young-onset Alzheimer's diseaese, by going on a solo backpacking journey across the world.

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