In Review: The Week of June 26th

July 1, 2017

This week we learned more about Hamilton, Ontario, relived the days of school's out for summer with a graphic novel, and fell into a Google-hole searching Millennial Pink.

We hope you all have a happy long weekend!

 

 

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On the Blog

 

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~ When we created  this collage of pink covers, we also went on a google journey to discover the true meaning of the colour Millennial Pink. (We still don't know what it is...)

~ In Read This, Then That, we compared Jen Powley's Just Jen (Roseway Publishing) and Heidi Redl's A Quiet Roar (Caitlin Press), two memoirs about living with MS.

~ Author Daniel Coleman of Yardwork (Wolsak & Wynn) shares Hamiltonian history in Where in Canada.

~ We got some tips from Sophie Bédard's graphic novel Almost Summer (Pow Pow Editions). Where was this book when we were teens?

 

 

Around the Web

 

~ Readers of The Globe and Mail have bees in their bonnets over these idioms.

~ Remember the golden rule "i before e, except after c"? Well, this article in the Washington Post debunks that hard.

~ Could it be? US Libraries have more visits from millennials than any other age group.

 

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What Else We're Reading

 

Tan recommends Nathan Adler's Wrist (Kegedonce Press) if you liked Eden Robinson's Son of a Trickster.

 

 

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