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I Read Canadian by Alison McCorkle

There is a new nationwide initiative of Canadian authors and their works and I’m happy to tell you a little about it. This celebration is I READ CANADIAN and it will take place from the 14th to the 21st of … Continue reading

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I Almost Broke Up with this Book…But I’m Glad I Didn’t! by Hannah Wight

We’ve all been there. We’ve picked up a book and looked forward to getting immersed into the story, only to find ourselves confused, bored, and wondering if it’s worth the read. One such book that I almost broke up with … Continue reading

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Fictional Heroines Through the Ages by Hannah Wight

The significance of finding a novel that includes a strong female character is paramount, especially when found in literature for young girls and women. Throughout my reading journey I have come across various literary heroines who I believe to be … Continue reading

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Preschool Storytime by Alison McCorkle

I’m getting ready to start our Fall Session of Preschool Storytime. This half hour program is for children too young for school who are accompanied by an adult. We start the program with a simple colouring activity. The pictures are … Continue reading

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Comfort Reading by Elesha Teskey

The end days of summer are here and our thoughts are turning to the cooler weather of fall and the comforts of a cozy blanket and warm beverages…or maybe pumpkin spice products if that’s your thing. Fall is traditionally a … Continue reading

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Experience a Different Culture Through Fantasy by Elesha Teskey

Fantasy books are a wonderful escape to worlds full of potential and adventure. Typically thought of as a male savior with a sword or magic who sets off on a quest to defeat evil looking to conquer a world based … Continue reading

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My Favourite Book Genre by Hannah Wight

I love to read. As a library clerk, that hardly seems surprising. Working in the library has exposed me to a variety of authors and genres, but there is one genre that never seems to disappoint me, and that is … Continue reading

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Here’s to a Beloved Classic! by Carmen Peddie

To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee If you have never read “To Kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee I would highly recommend it to anyone who loves a great story! It contains just about every emotion you can think … Continue reading

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Addicted to Adventure: Non-Fiction Adventure Tales and Me by Sharren Reil

I have always been an avid fiction reader, but one day I stumbled across the story of Earnest Shackleton and his 1914-1917 trans-Antarctic Endurance Expedition.  Wow! This has to be one of the most incredible adventure stores of all time.  … Continue reading

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Read Unapologetically by Elesha Teskey

Everyone is different, so why should we read the same books? Sometimes people look down on certain categories or genres, which makes me sad. There is a place for every book and every reader. The important thing is that people … Continue reading

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