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Owling: Guest Post by Kristen den Hartog

"But there is something special about stories that are told rather than read, because they’re different each time."

"A triumph of imagination..."

Best books for kids celebrated at the 2011 Canadian Children's Book Awards

Malcolm Mills on the youth appeal of his YA novel Beyond the Shickshock Mountains

Malcolm Mills discusses how war, conflict and change pique the interest of young adult readers.

Face-to-Face, Cheek- to- Cheek/ Skype Me Now, Before I Sleep: Guest Post by Sheree Fitch

"When it comes to technology,I’m poised somewhere between the let-it-rip exuberance of "yee-haw, here I go," and the knowledge that (for me) slowing …

Gifts by Jo Ellen Bogart and Barbara Reid: The 2011 TD Grade One Giveaway

This book belongs to... 500,000 grade one students across Canada

What's Your (Son's) Canadian bookshelf, Margaret Eaton?

My child is growing up in a world where he has far more access to Canadian cultural content than I ever did. So much so that he can actually take it for …

In Conversation With: Liz Bugg on the Personal and Public Performance of a Writer

Liz Bugg (Red Rover) chats with Host Julie Wilson about trading in a guitar for a pen.

Digitizing Mona: Guest Post by Maria Meindl

The long process of digitizing Mona Gould, poet, broadcaster, and the grandmother Maria Meindl thought she knew.

Indebtedness: A List by Jared Bland

Writers, like all artists, are eternally in debt: to the books they borrow from, to the readers who support them, to the colleagues who inspire them, …

Our Coast-to-Coast Guide to Word on the Street 2011

With its tagline, "Celebrating Reading, Advocating Literacy," WOTS is a chance for Canadians to learn about and support local literacy causes, as well …

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