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2017

Pete With No Pants – Book Review

Meet my new friend, Pete With No Pants. Because I mean, is there anyone who really wants to wear pants?

Six Reasons to Read Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

If you’re a Potterhead I’m sure you’ve already picked up Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them – either the original or the revamped version. Here’s why you should consider the new edition…

True North – Book Review and Blog Tour

True North is a dystopian adventure where the one thing Lucy can’t run from, and the one thing she can’t seem to understand, is herself.

Turtle Mountain Hike Review

We hiked Turtle Mountain last fall, and it was completely breathtaking. But I’m not doing it again any time soon.

This Is How We Do It – Book Review

This Is How We Do It should be in every classroom, home, and library! So get to it!

Creative Pep Talk: Inspiration from 50 Artists – Book Review

Creative Pep Talk is an amazing compilation of gorgeous illustrations and sage advice from experts in the field of awesome.

The Best Guide Books for Oahu

If you’re planning on going to Hawaii (which you should. It’s amazing.) then you’re going to want to do some research before you fly out. Pinterest is fine and dandy, but in my opinion nothing beats a good travel book…. Continue Reading →

13 Tips to Become a More Enthusiastic Reader

Have you always liked the idea of books and being an avid reader, but struggle with becoming enthusiastic about it? Read on! I have 13 tips from some of my favourite people to help you go from reluctant reader to… Continue Reading →

Penguins Love Colors – Book Review

Penguins Love Colors is an adorable story of colourful love. My daughter loved it a little too much…

Raincoast Books Spring #PlayTestShare Review and Giveaway

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Raincoast’s #PlayTestShare, where I get to show you super awesome games, puzzles, and books, and you get the chance to win one!

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