Monthly Archives: April 2016

Chris Bohjalian, by Sue Culhane

Every now and then you across an author that takes you by surprise in his or her ability to write on so many different themes and whose books seem to have very little in common. John Irving fits into this … Continue reading

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April Changes, by Catherine Gillier

April has brought with it much more snow than anyone would have wanted.  But let us take a moment to reflect upon events and circumstances that are much more unsettling than a little too much snow. Helen Simonson has written … Continue reading

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Canadian Best Sellers, by Sue Culhane

On April 2, 2016 The Globe and Mail published a list of Canadian Best Sellers. The list is comprised of 10 books and I am pleased to say that the Haileybury Branch of the Temiskaming Shores Public Library has 9 … Continue reading

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April Diamonds, by Catherine Gillier

The April birthstone is the diamond.  Derived from the Greek word meaning invincible, the diamond is associated with clarity, balance and abundance.  At the library, it seems only fitting that some of the books coming down from the shelves in … Continue reading

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