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Celebrate the water and creatures that call it home in these picture books

These picture books celebrate the water and the creatures that call it home.

Escape from your living room into Karen Swan’s latest The Hidden Beach

Beautiful location, great characters and fast read in Karen Swan's latest The Hidden Beach.

Interesting stories in Rebecca Otowa’s The Mad Kyoto Shoe Swapper

The Mad Kyoto Shoe Swapper offers a look at Japanese culture in this collection of short stories.

A girl named Sunny, feeding the coos and keeping wild words, picture books reviewed

Some great picture books that you won't mind read over and over again.

Hard read about a sad time in Canadian history: The Forgotten Home Child reviewed

Excellent read about a sad time from Canada's history.

Author Tanya Lloyd Kyi talks about privacy, street artist named Banksy and IReadCanadian in this author Q&A

In this author chat, Tanya Lloyd Kyi talks about privacy, her writing process and #IReadCanadian

Great characters, setting in Joanna Rees’ The Runaway Daughter

Set in the 1920s, we follow the story about a young lady, forced to commit a terrible crime, who flees to London, England, and reinvents herself, meeting a host of characters along the way.

Beautiful, but sad, The Phone Booth in Mr. Hirota’s Garden and other picture books reviewed

I review the beautiful, but sad The Phone Booth in Mr. Hirota's Garden, based on a true story, and other new release picture books.

Talking to Toronto author/illustrator Paul Gilligan about the King of the Mole People

Book Time interviews Toronto author/illustrator Paul Gilligan about his middle grade book King of the Mole People, which is now out.

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