Monthly Archives: September 2016

Cooler Temperatures Shorter Days, by Catherine Gillier

The cooling temperatures and shorter days usher out the month of September.  Soon trees will be cloaked in autumn colours, and the blue skies and bright sun will focus the handsome beauty of the season. At the library, some new … Continue reading

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Linda Castillo, by Sue Culhane

Recently I have been enjoying listening to audio books whilst driving. The Temiskaming Shores Public Library has an interesting collection on its shelves. Why I mention this is that I am listening to books that I would not normally select … Continue reading

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Follow your Horizon, by Catherine Gillier

In this month of new beginnings, western culture sees a calling back to the schoolyard and the workplace.  Summer holidays are over.  Routine weaves its way into family life.  And the unscheduled hours of endless summer snap back to attention.  … Continue reading

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Bullying, by Sue Culhane

Back to school can be a very exciting time for both children and parents but for some that may not be the case. The problem of bullying is an enormous one for some and this is reflected in the number … Continue reading

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