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All in a Day Book Panel

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03/12/2019

On Monday, December 2nd, CBC's All in a Day book panel, featuring OPL's Ann Archer and Sean Wilson of Ottawa Writers Festival, had a rapid fire discussion of their top choices for holiday gifts. The list of 20 titles includes books for everyone from children to crafters to those who just want a great read! See their list below, and if you missed them on the radio you can check out the book panel segment of the All in a Day podcast at this link https://www.cbc.ca/listen/live-radio/1-92-all-in-a-day/clip/15749546-book-panel-december-gift-guide

 

CBC All in a Day Book Panel - December 2019by Collection_Development

Book recommendations from OPL's Ann Archer and Sean Wilson of the Ottawa International Writers Festival, presented monthly on CBC's All in a Day with Alan Neal. December gift guide edition!

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I won’t be giting “A Walking Life” to anyone but I would like to borrow it sometime to read myself. I am a marathoner and an ultramarathoner but as I get older I am looking to substitute walks for runs. I remember seeing Dr. George Sheehan speaking at the banquet before the 1992 Toronto Marathon, and he said it was a pity that runners no longer incorporated walks in their training as they used to.

I won’t be giting “A Walking Life” to anyone but I would like to borrow it sometime to read myself. I am a marathoner and an ultramarathoner but as I get older I am looking to substitute walks for runs. I remember seeing Dr. George Sheehan speaking at the banquet before the 1992 Toronto Marathon, and he said it was a pity that runners no longer incorporated walks in their training as they used to.

I won’t be giting “A Walking Life” to anyone but I would like to borrow it sometime to read myself. I am a marathoner and an ultramarathoner but as I get older I am looking to substitute walks for runs. I remember seeing Dr. George Sheehan speaking at the banquet before the 1992 Toronto Marathon, and he said it was a pity that runners no longer incorporated walks in their training as they used to.

I won’t be gifting “A Walking Life” to anyone but I would like to borrow it sometime to read myself. I am a marathoner and an ultramarathoner but as I get older I am looking to substitute walks for runs. I remember seeing Dr. George Sheehan speaking at the banquet before the 1992 Toronto Marathon, and he said it was a pity that runners no longer incorporated walks in their training as they used to.

I won’t be gifting “A Walking Life” to anyone but I would like to borrow it sometime to read myself. I am a marathoner and an ultramarathoner but as I get older I am looking to substitute walks for runs. I remember seeing Dr. George Sheehan speaking at the banquet before the 1992 Toronto Marathon, and he said it was a pity that runners no longer incorporated walks in their training as they used to.