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Memorable Books form my youth: Part 3

       This first book is probably one that many of you have heard of even if you have never read it. Actually, I have been reading the rest of the books in the series this past year though I read ” A wrinkle in time” when I was younger.I must be honest ,I am not a huge fan of this book. 415 more words

NAMELESS is Available as an Audiobook!

The narrator’s name is Eva Kaminsky and she is the perfect voice for Luna! I can’t tell you how pleased I am.

The book is available… 29 more words


2011 Theatre in Review: The Not-Best

Part 2 of our review of theatre in Edmonton in 2011. Part 1 discussed the best theatre moments this year, while this part discusses the less-than-spectacular theatre moments of the year. 516 more words


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December 2011

William Shakespeare's Star Wars

William Shakespeare’s Star Wars
Many a fortnight have passed since the destruction of the Death Star. Young Luke Skywalker and his friends have taken refuge on the ice planet of Hoth, where the evil Darth Vader has hatched a cold-blooded plan to capture them. 205 more words

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New Audiobooks

We have added four audiobooks to the YA collection.

We have Revolution by Deborah Wiles, which was selected as a finalist for the National Book Award for Young People’s Literature. 99 more words


On WildlyRead: Audio Book Review: Robin Hood by David B. Coe, Read by Robin Sachs

I’ve started listening to audiobooks again, thanks to my longish commute (20-40 minutes one-way, without traffic). Why I chose to start with this book, I don’t know, but the gist is, unless you love deep, gravelly voices reading to you in English, Scottish, and Welsh accents, skip it. 7 more words


Audio Book Review: Robin Hood: The Story Behind the Legend by David B. Coe, Read by Robin Sachs

I drive at least 40 minutes to-and-from work every day. Some days, it’s more like a couple of hours. I often listen to audio books, and though I usually prefer to listen to authors read their own work, preferably essays like David Sedaris or fascinating and sardonic non-fiction like Sarah Vowell, for some reason, I picked this up: 603 more words

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