Reading + Entertainment
Idea Exchange | November 18, 2019
The Winter 2020 edition of the Idea Exchange Magazine is here!
Check out the free events we have planned for Family Day. Sign-up for our new... Read More»
Shawna, Old Post Office | November 1, 2019
By Land, All The Light We Cannot See. Written by Anthony Doerr.
This Pulitzer Prize winning fiction is the story of a blind French girl and poor... Read More»
Carroll, Clemens Mill | November 1, 2019
International Games Day is fast approaching, are you ready to get your game on?
Typically celebrated the third Saturday in November, International... Read More»
Sarah, Queen’s Square | November 1, 2019
Expand your reading selection with some well written YA novels!
Here are a few recommendations:
Four Dead Queens by Astrid Scholte
An engaging, fast... Read More»
Cate, Clemens Mill | November 1, 2019
Iceland and Scandanavia have many influential crime writers: Ragnur Jonasson, Camilla Lackberg, Ysra Sigurdardottir, Jo Nesbo. Dark, snowy... Read More»
Phil, Queen's Square | November 1, 2019
There are a number of excellent recent non-fiction books exploring the role women spies have made to the WWII war effort, in part due to the opening... Read More»
Phil, Queen's Sqaure | November 1, 2019
It’s nearing year end for my monthly Fiction Picks “column”. I hope you’ve enjoyed my suggestions.
Each month I’ve read some of the latest releases... Read More»
Jennifer, Clemens Mill | November 1, 2019
Have you ever read a novel that is told through letters, journals, or other forms of documentation? This type of novel is called epistolary, from the... Read More»
Leah, Queen’s Square | November 1, 2019
I remember reading Slammerkin, Donoghue’s third book, before most Canadians knew who she was. I still recall the strength of the writing, somehow... Read More»
Shannon, Queen’s Square | November 1, 2019
From homo sapiens who started migrating across Africa over 50,000 years ago to the current flow of migrants today, the story of migration is the... Read More»