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The Book Chook is where children's literacy and literature collide. Re...

 
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Blog of writer/bookseller/reviewer Sara Crowley

 
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A frequently updated book review site which covers a wide range of genres a...

 


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Akwaeke Emezi’s The Death of Vivek Oji opens and closes with photographs: “If this story was a stack of photographs—the old kind, rounded at the corners and kept in albums under the glass and lace doilies of center tables in parlors across the...

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I find great books by local British Columbia authors in the retail shop on BC Ferries. It takes two ferries to travel between our home in Powell River to Bellingham. Recently I purchased Wild Fierce Life: Dangerous Moments in the Outer Coast (Caitlin...

I recently received a galley copy of Unrig: How to Fix Our Broken Democracy, a new graphic novel from Macmillan's World Citizen Comics imprint. Here's the blurb: Despite our immense political divisions, Americans are nearly united in our belief that...

Reliving the events of the 2016 election holds little appeal four years after the fact. Donald Trump presidency’s felt unfathomable then, and now the abysmal decision-making of his administration is the nation’s shared burden. Fantasizing about w...

The Art Of Storytelling In Business Communications And Public Relations. Techniques For Effective Business Communications. By Elisa Zallio, Account Executive, Hoffman Europe   There’s no such thing as “too many books.” If there’s one ba...

In the opening chapters of Juliana Delgado Lopera’s Fiebre Tropical, 15-year-old Francisca has just moved from Colombia to Miami, where she lives in an ugly townhouse with her mother, sister, and grandmother. She likes smoking and reading Sylvia Pl...