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Summer Reading Adventures for Kids and Teens

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Summer is perhaps the season where most of our childhood memories are formed: sunny days on the dock, skinnydipping, new camp experiences, family roadtrips, first romances ... Here's a list of kids' and YA books set in the summer.
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2018 Sunburst Award Longlist

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TORONTO, ONTARIO (June 1, 2018): The Sunburst Award Committee is pleased to announce the 2018 longlist for the Sunburst Award for Excellence in Canadian Literature of the Fantastic. This year’s lists are comprised of a mixture of established authors, talented newcomers, and several past nominees. Below are the longlisted works, with links where available:
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Adult Fiction

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Amazing Literary fiction
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2018 CDN Nominees for the Lambda Literary Awards

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Congratulations to the Canadians nominated for the 30th Annual Lambda Literary Awards. Missing from our list is Meanwhile, Elsewhere: Science Fiction and Fantasy from Transgender Writers, edited by Cat Fitzpatrick & Casey Plett, Topside Press.
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2018 Manitoba Book Award Shortlists

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Winnipeg – The Manitoba Writers’ Guild, with the assistance of the Association of Manitoba Book Publishers, would like to announce the shortlists for the upcoming Manitoba Book Awards. (For the complete list, see https://uofmpress.ca/blog/entry/manitoba-book-award-shortlist)
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Funny books

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... that happen to be written by Canadian women. (With thanks to Claire Cameron.)
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Indigenous Lit Award 2018-19

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Toronto, May 30, 2018 – First Nation Communities READ announces the shortlists for the combined Children’s and Young Adult/Adult categories. Chosen by a jury of Indigenous librarians from across Ontario, these titles represent the best of Indigenous literature from throughout Turtle Island today. The title selection announcement for FNCR 2018-2019 will take place in Yonge-Dundas Square in Toronto on June 27 as part of National Indigenous History Month celebrations. The authors of the selected titles will be the recipients of the Periodical Marketers of Canada Indigenous Literature Award and will each receive a $3000 cash prize.
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