Ever notice that the truly miserable curmudgeons of this world don’t just dislike the happy and joyful, they despise them! It seems that nothing grates on the nerves of those affected than the cheery smile and warm, affable manner of one who is truly happy in their own skin. I’ve found that they make a [...]
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Posted in Ages 2 to 5, Canadian Superstars, Capers & other fun stuff, Concept books, Educational, Good Canadian Stuff, Newborn to 3 years, Ontario Authors/Illustrators, Picture books on Sep 23rd, 2010
Okay, so you’ve caught me! Sussed me out and my hidden secret love affair has been revealed: I am addicted to alphabet books! I love the novel and the artsy, I love the sweet ones and the books that have animal pictures and I even love the one that contains nothing but hockey references! These [...]
In her case, this title should read beyond the books! As one of Canada’s most versatile and beloved writers for children’s literature, Wishinsky, has two books for children due out by the end of this year, The Queen’s Secret (Scholastic) and illustrated by Loufane, and Where are you Bear? (OwlKids) with our T.dot man Sean [...]
According to family legend (ahem-my mother) I was a child who liked things a certain way. For those who know me this comes as no big shock as it’s often the fodder for much ribbing in my household (ahem-my husband) but I can’t help it, I’m particular. It must’ve been just how I was born [...]