This week we discovered what an ice pack can do to a book cover design, read some thoughtful words about home by former civil rights activist Douglas Gary Freeman, learned an off-grid living motto, and more.
We're anticipating that March Break-life next week with a printable colouring sheet of parts-of-speech bookplates – for kids and kids-at-heart alike.
After Bingemas, we're sure you've got books to wrap up for a lucky gift recipient somewhere: we have three ideas as to how you might do it in this do-lit-yourself.
We're in the age of podcasts: whatever your interest, there's at least one person making episodes about it. Canada is especially known for its cutting-edge investigative and cultural podcasts, and for fans of Canadaland and/or Colour Code, we've picked two books that'll be a ... Read more
This week we got excited about the Indigenization of CanLit, and the official kick off of our summer book club, and more (but you'll have to keep reading).
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