Non-Fiction November 2018: Week Three (Haida Mythtellers)

2018-11-19T18:37:07-05:00

Non-Fiction November is hosted this year by Kim (Sophisticated Dorkiness), Julie (JulzReads), Sarah (Sarah’s Book Shelves), Katie (Doing Dewey) and Rennie (What’s Nonfiction). It's a month-long celebration of everything nonfiction with a different prompt and a different host each week. Week 3 is hosted by Julie @ JulzReads: Be The Expert/Ask the

Non-Fiction November 2018: Week Three (Haida Mythtellers)2018-11-19T18:37:07-05:00

Non-Fiction November 2018: Week One (Charles C. Mann)

2018-10-30T18:34:14-05:00

Non-Fiction November is hosted this year by Kim (Sophisticated Dorkiness), Julie (JulzReads), Sarah (Sarah’s Book Shelves), Katie (Doing Dewey) and Rennie (What’s Nonfiction). It's a month-long celebration of everything nonfiction with a different prompt and a different host each week. Week One is hosted by Kim (Sophisticated Dorkiness) and poses these questions: What

Non-Fiction November 2018: Week One (Charles C. Mann)2018-10-30T18:34:14-05:00

Reading City Streets

2018-10-04T13:45:42-05:00

Yes, I am that person who has a WWJJD magnet on the fridge: What Would Jane Jacobs Do? So of course, when I learned of Susan Hughes’ new illustrated children’s book about Jacobs, Walking in the City (Illus. Valérie Boivin, 2018), I sought out a copy. The bulk of

Reading City Streets2018-10-04T13:45:42-05:00

Life Stories: Facts, Fictions and Facty-Fictions

2018-06-21T08:10:25-05:00

This bundle of books, with the Canadian Reading Challenge in mind (this, the eleventh year, hosted by The Indextrious Reader, with sign-ups for the twelfth year now posted), was particularly delectable. I love the idea of telling the story of a life in a way that feels true, whether

Life Stories: Facts, Fictions and Facty-Fictions2018-06-21T08:10:25-05:00

Tanya Talaga’s Seven Fallen Feathers: Racism, Death and Hard Truths in a Northern City (2017)

2019-05-11T19:12:24-05:00

Nominated for the Writers' Trust Prize for Non-Fiction in Canada, Tanya Talaga's book explores the situation which led to the deaths of seven Indigenous high school students in the Thunder Bay area, five of them in the rivers surrounding Lake Superior. The sense of northern community which might be

Tanya Talaga’s Seven Fallen Feathers: Racism, Death and Hard Truths in a Northern City (2017)2019-05-11T19:12:24-05:00
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