Monthly Archives: March 2017

Lion and Lamb, by Catherine Gillier

The lamb and the lion are still fighting for control as the month of March comes to an end.  And there are many books here at the library whose stories are fighting to be heard.  They contain wisdom, humour, passion … Continue reading

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Richard Wagamese, by Sue Culhane

Recently Canada mourned the loss of the great story teller Stuart McLean. And now we mourn again. Richard Wagamese, one of Canada’s foremost Indigenous authors and story tellers died on March 10th 2017 at the age of 61. Wagamese is … Continue reading

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The Ides of March is upon us, by Catherine Gillier

The Ides of March is upon us.  In 44 BC, conspirators, led by Brutus, stab Julius Caesar to death on March 15th, before the Roman senate.  Just a bit of history that gave birth to the term “beware the Ides … Continue reading

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Emma Donoghue, by Sue Culhane

Emma Donoghue is probably best known for her novel “Room” published in 2010.The story is told from the perspective of five year old Jack. Room is the eleven by eleven foot space where Jack lives with his mother. To him … Continue reading

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Stretch into March, by Catherine Gillier

The days are stretching longer, and the nights are not as cold.  But it is still too early to start looking for robins.  Many of the books here at the library like this kind of weather.  They know patrons still … Continue reading

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