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Picture book Wednesday: Reviewing books about love and nature

Four picture books celebrate love and nature in words and pictures.

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.

Christmas gift guide – all about books adult, young adult, middle grade and children’s

For book lovers, the best gift is a book and they will provide the time. Here are a list of adult, young adult, middle grade and picture books that I recommend.

BOOK TIME: 24 picture books to count down to Christmas

The idea was borrowed from Facebook - an advent calendar of picture books. Here are 24 picture books that are perfect for every occassion. The blog post was originally published at NewmarketToday.ca and republished here with permission.

Stories of daring women, hope and strange creatures: picture books reviewed

I read some really great picture books this month, a mix of fiction and non-fiction including the beautiful book by Bahram Rahman and a unique one by Rachel Poliquin.

Christmas reads new and old, for the young and not-so-young

Found my new Christmas picture book read for this year, and I offer up Christmas read recommendations for children, young people and adults.

Book Time: 5 books for kids, middle graders and adults you should read, too

This blog post was originally published in NewmarketToday.ca and copied here with permission. I used to read every book I ever started, start to finish regardless of if I was enjoying it. Not any longer. Now only books I love make... Continue Reading →

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.

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.

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