Monthly Archives: April 2017

April is the Cruelest Month, by Catherine Gillier

APRIL is the cruellest month, breeding Lilacs out of the dead land, mixing Memory and desire, stirring Dull roots with spring rain. The transition from winter’s hibernation to spring’s first awakening is captured well in this Eliot verse. Here at … Continue reading

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Eden Robinson, by Sue Culhane

The list of Canadian Best Sellers for the beginning of this month certainly reflects recent events in the literary world. Four of the top ten books were featured on the recent Canada Reads featured on CBC, two of the top … Continue reading

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Spring Renewal, by Catherine Gillier

It is the time of year when spring is in the air and signs of renewal are beginning to show all around.  Here at the library, some of the books have come down from the shelves to open their pages. … Continue reading

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Frank Delaney, by Sue Culhane

In recent weeks Canada has collectively mourned the loss of two great story tellers – Stuart McLean and Richard Wagamese. The question that comes to mind is why is story telling so important and why is it so enjoyable? Long … Continue reading

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