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The Temz Review - Just Pretending

The Temz Review - Just Pretending

"In short, you all need to buy and read this collection. It is beautiful, unflinching, and staggeringly diverse in its characters." Read More...

David Carpenter Interview - Prairie Books NOW

David Carpenter Interview - Prairie Books NOW

The Yukon Gold Rush is famous, but there's treasure to be found throughout Canada. David Carpenter's new novel, The Gold, tells of a different gold rush. Its protagonist, born Joe Burbidge in the North of England, wants adventure, and gold fever draws him to the Northwest Territories. Read More...

Resource Links Review - Ghosts in the Garden

Resource Links Review - Ghosts in the Garden

"This is a fun read and teaches the reader a bit of Saskatchewan history packaged in a paranormal mystery." Read More...

Native Stories from Native Perspectives

Native Stories from Native Perspectives

"The strength of these women is etched into every page." Read More...

Globe & Mail Review - Extended Families

Globe & Mail Review - Extended Families

"In 1977, Ven Begamudré, then 21, returned to India, home of his extended family and the country he left at the age of 6...He returned in pursuit of identity (to answer: Was he Indian? or Canadian?), but what he found in India was the opposite of belonging or self." Read More...

Saskatoon StarPhoenix Review - Stay

Saskatoon StarPhoenix Review - Stay

"Lawrence credits help from a few classrooms of students, but it’s a good writer who parses those suggestions and skilfully combines the good ones with her own right instincts." Read More...

Saskatoon StarPhoenix Review - Ghosts in the Garden

Saskatoon StarPhoenix Review - Ghosts in the Garden

"Sure enough, there’s a mystery involved, this one around a missing watch. The girls, and Silverthorne’s readers, learn a lot of Saskatchewan history, and they develop some keen empathy around an elder, a valuable lesson, for sure." Read More...