Monthly Archives: August 2018

Library Fines, by Rebecca Hunt

The best things in life are free! How true that is when considering what your Public Library has to offer: Books, DVDs, Magazines, Games, Puzzles, Backpacks, Snowshoes, Public access computers, free downloadable eBooks and so much more.  These materials are … Continue reading

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Canadian Authors, by Sue Culhane

Canadians have much to be proud of. Canada is known for hockey, maple syrup, beautiful scenery, a diverse culture among other things. There is another thing we should be proud of and that is the quantity and quality of Canadian … Continue reading

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Baby Teeth, More Than a Thriller by Elesha Teskey

Baby Teeth by Zoje Stage was one of my most anticipated books of the year. Not only because I know the author, but the premise intrigued me. This book is not for everyone as it’s about a seven-year-old named Hanna … Continue reading

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Non-fiction for Fiction Lovers by Emily Smith

Plunging into the world of non-fiction may seem a little daunting. It’s also something that we often think we should be doing. Like, maybe we should put down our favourite cozy mystery and learn something new. Good news, non-fiction can … Continue reading

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