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Laundry on the Line

By 49thShelf
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tagged: clotheslines
Who doesn't love the look of a clothesline?
Riel Street

Riel Street

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Sensitive but unsentimental, this novel about a Canadian military family in the period between Expo 67 and the assassination of Pierre LaPorte in 1970, is a totally realistic story of the small everyday triumphs and occasional not-so-small tragedies that make up daily life. Colette Maitland received warm praise for her first book, a collection of short stories; Riel Street is her first novel, and her first book with Frontenac House.

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Llamas in the Laundry

Llamas in the Laundry

by William New
illustrated by Vivian Bevis
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Have you ever wondered if porcupines are ticklish, if fish wash, or how to say Rhinosterous? Do you know how to make a child-high sandwich? How porridge gets on the ceiling? What happens when your favourite aunt wears a wig? Why uncles wear plaid? William New's rhyming verse enacts all these situations, ranging from the madcap to the mysterious.

The poems are complemented by Vivian Bevis's full page, full colour illustrations which capture the high-spirited and impetuous qualities of the verse. A …

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