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In Review: The Week of November 26th
This week we launched our holiday book recommendation tool, Just the Thing, for all your holiday-book-buying needs, read about the increased demand for Indigenous content in public libraries and the need for poets in script writing.
On the Blog, our book recommendation tool that pairs books with every gift from concert tickets to bath products, kicked off with books to go with those concert tickets, mugs & hot drinks, libations & eats, artisanal & DIY gifts + luxury goods!
Around the Web~ Public libraries in Canada are noticing an increased demand for Indigenous reads and are putting in place approaches to increase their discoverability Quill & Quire.~ Hollywood flick The Kindergarten Teacher turned to poets to write lines for the script, proving poetry is not dead via The New York Times.~ Creators of the Hedonometer, an instrument for measuring happiness, can give a happiness score to a text based on its words via LitHub.
What Else We’re ReadingStaffer Mandy thinks Melissa Bull’s debut short story collection The Knockoff Eclipse (Anvil Press) evokes a “kind of grim delight” that will “knock you off kilter.”