Monthly Archives: April 2011

Small Beneath the Sky

Small Beneath the Sky by Lorna Crozier. Greystone Books, 2009. Small Beneath the Sky is Lorna Crozier’s memoir of growing up in a small prairie town, Swift Current, Saskatchewan, in the 1950s and 60s. It is also very much the … Continue reading

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The Saturday Big Tent Wedding Party

The Saturday Big Tent Wedding Party by Alexander McCall Smith. Alfred A. Knopf Canada 2011. Mr. McCall Smith is a prolific writer. His output is amazing. He keeps on top of no less than four series, and still has time … Continue reading

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Little Princes

Little Princes by Conor Grennan. Thorndike Press 2010. After completing university, Conor Grennan got a job working for the EastWest Institute in Prague and Brussels. That seems like a fairly glamorous job, but after 8 years, Grennan was bored. He … Continue reading

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A Red Herring Without Mustard

A Red Herring Without Mustard by Alan Bradley. Delacorte Press 2011. I added my name to the library waiting list for this book quite some time ago. When I got a notice that the book had arrived at my library … Continue reading

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