Staff Blogs

14/05/2015
On May 5th, Sarah Dessen released her 12th book, Saint Anything . You can...
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07/08/2013
Rafe’s been out since the eighth grade but no longer wants to be seen...
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27/12/2012
A good holiday read isn't just about the setting or the timeframe. It should...
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26/01/2018
Pax by Sarah Pennypacker Have you ever had a dog? Can you imagine abandoning...
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17/07/2017
When you hear the words, "comic books", you'll probably think of characters like Spiderman,...
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10/01/2017
During Tuesday January 3rd 2017, CBC's All In A Day Book Panel discussed ideas...
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09/10/2015
Each year, The Governor General’s Literary Awards (the GG) honour the best Canadian English...
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29/12/2014
I am so excited that the last Heroes of Olympus book has come out!...
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03/04/2018
Shadow By Michael Morpurgo On the eve of his deportation from England, a young...
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10/03/2018
«Qui est le coupable?» est une petite serie pour jeunes à but de trouver,...
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Cover of Lock and Key by Ridley Pearson
19/10/2016
People have been fascinated with Sherlock Holmes since the first story A Study in...
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from inside the comic, a person huddled up in a tree root
23/09/2016
If you love Lumberjanes , Dungeons and Dragons, and or awesome comic books, oh...
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09/06/2016
You may recently have seen the news (trending, of course), that Disney is interested...
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CHICKEN CLICKING
16/09/2014
Every night a little chicken sneaks into farmer’s home to access his computer to...
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06/05/2010
We’ve got loads of options, for adults and children alike! For kids or for...
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19/07/2018
This heartwarming novel pulls on all your heart stings the more you dive into...
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Banner image for RBC Taylor Prize
27/02/2018
Tanya Talaga has won the RBC Taylor Prize, an annual award of $30,000 for...
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03/02/2018
I always love reading an author's first book. It sets the tone for what...
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26/01/2018
Neuromancer by William Gibson Thirty years ago, the Internet didn’t exist and neither did...
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