I was just mentioning Coyote stories a couple of months ago, in my Spring Quarterly round-up of short fiction. But these illustrated coyote stories are inviting for both younger and older readers. Two of the tales are illustrated by Johnny Wales, full-sized and full-colour (and mostly double-spread) illustrations,
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Mid-year I tidy up the stack (down to a single book) and then begin anew, sometimes adding in some resolutions and other times relaxing (or setting aside) reading plans which seemed exciting and possible just a few months ago. This year, more than ever, I look to my
"The AWW challenge was set up to help overcome gender bias in the reviewing of books by Australian women. The challenge encourages avid readers and book bloggers, male and female, living in or outside Australia, to read and review books by Australian women throughout the year. You don’t have
Last year, I read the first of each of the following pairs of books for Kinna's Reading Africa Challenge; I'm posting on them now that I've finished reading the pairs. Reading for this challenge is a challenge; I don't stumble upon African novels on the fiction shelves of my
There are about 800 discussions of books by Canadian writers on BIP, about half the books discussed here, but far more by English-Canadian than French-Canadian writers. For the 12th Canadian Book Challenge, I will be reading in translation. But which books? Which French-Canadian writers? In a previous year (the