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Noodles for Neverland: Updated Post

After watching Hook, the well-known film adaptation of Peter Pan, I am inspired to create a meal using food of mostly unexpected colors.  A highly imaginative, but edible, dinner spread is my goal.  506 more words


Diverse Book Tours presents Claudia Guadalupe's Pig Park...10 Things About Pig Park edition


10 Random Thing about Pig Park

  1. I first set out to write a play about a mom and pop bakery fighting for survival, needless to say it went a different direction.
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book clubs in Canada's federal prisons

The Globe and Mail discusses federal prison book clubs again. Previously.

The inmates themselves say they value the social aspect of books – the man who fought for a dictionary gets his wife to read the same books so that they have a common experience to discuss – but also they see books as a way of gaining access to themselves.

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Literary Toolkit for Peter Pan

Below are sources that I am using to create a literary themed dinner inspired by Peter Pan.  It is a useful kit for individuals interested in an in-depth study of Peter Pan or for book-club members looking for a classic novel to discuss over dinner. 82 more words


Book Club Picks - Spirituality

This time of year it’s the calm before the storm.  Soon, it will be one holiday after another!  Have your book club settle in with a little spirituality with the following suggested titles. 487 more words

Cheshire Library

Cover Page for J.M. Barrie

“Of course the Neverlands vary a great deal.  John’s, for instance, had a lagoon with flamingoes flying over it at which John was shooting, while Michael, who was very small, had a flamingo with lagoons flying over it.  78 more words


Prison book club: a little pocket of honesty

Volunteers at federal prisons across the country are helping inmates foster a love of reading and the art of respectful conversation

Kate Taylor, The Globe and Mail… 601 more words

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