Gloria Ann Wesley is a writer and poet based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Her works include Chasing Freedom, Burlap and Lace, Woman, Sing and To My Someday Child. Chasing Freedom was shortlisted for the Ann Connor Brimer Award for Children’s Literature.
To celebrate Canada150, All Lit Up is kicking off our great nation’s upcoming birthday in literary style. Over the next three weeks, we’re turning the page on the most celebrated historical moments and highlighting the footnotes for a change. Take a trip down literary lane ... Read more
This one’s for the kids… It’s almost time to get back to school. That means if you took the summer off of reading books that make you think, or ever worse stopped reading altogether (is this possible?), it’s time to hit the books once again. We’re taking a cue from ... Read more
January 27, 2014 is the 16th annual Family Literacy Day. ABC Life Literacy Canada is "encouraging families to take time each day to have '15 Minutes of Fun'." They even have a list of ideas of great activities you can do with your family that will encourage fun while learning ... Read more
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