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The Chat With Anne Fleming

This week we turn to magical YA fiction on The Chat. I’m in conversation with BC-based author Anne Fleming, author of The Goat. This charming novel follows …

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Books for LIS 405 @ GPRC

list by Serena Boyte-Hawryluk

Kristine Scarrow: Books to Get Away With

Books to take you away—or to take away with you when you're taken away, even.

The Chat: Trevor Corkum Interviews Lisa Moore

This week on The Chat, we turn our attention to YA fiction. We’re in conversation with novelist Lisa Moore, author of the acclaimed new YA novel Flannery. …

Quick Hits: Historical Fiction for Tweens and Teens

Boys, as well as girls, cannot help but be interested in at least one of the titles on this five-book list!

Most Anticipated: Our Spring 2016 Children's Book Preview

Gorgeous picture books, middle -grade books to get kids hooked on reading, and hard-hitting YA titles.

Notes from a Children's Librarian: Dystopian YA

Strong female characters dominate these dystopian tales for teens, with common themes of environmental decay, orphanhood, and the question of knowing …

Colleen Nelson's Anti-Bullying Booklist

These are stories that can empower readers to "stand up to bullying" once and for all. 

Shelf Talkers: September 2015

I thought I had it all worked out: keep the book in your lap, and glance down to read when the teacher’s not looking. Keep the book you want to read …

Most Anticipated: Our Fall 2015 Books for Young People Preview

Canadian children's literature has never been so good. 

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