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Pink Shirt Day

Stand up against bullying! Today is Pink Shirt Day, a day when we wear pink to show that we are all working together as a community to prevent bullying in all forms. 224 more words

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2012 Manitoba Young Readers' Choice Award Winner

The MYRCA votes are in and it looks like a certain book is taking every province by storm! Congratulations to Susin Nielsen, her book is the 2012 Manitoba Young Readers’ Choice Award Winner! 173 more words

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The 2011 Snow Willow Award Winner

The Saskatchewan Young Readers’ Choice’s Willow Awards promote reading by granting a Willow Award to the Canadian books voted by students to be the best of those nominated in three categories: Shining Willow (K-3), Diamond Willow (4-6) and Snow Willow (7-9). 212 more words

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2012 Rocky Mountain Book Award Winner

Tundra is happy to announce that Susin Nielsen’s Dear George Clooney, Please Marry My Mom is the Gold Medal Winner of the 2012 Rocky Mountain Book Award… 279 more words

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The 2012 Chocolate Lily Short-list

The short-list for the 2012  Chocolate Lily Book Award has been announced. Tundra has two nominated titles under the Novel category:

No Moon
By Irene N. 200 more words

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Auction #73 Signed copy of Dear George Clooney: Please Marry My Mom by Susin Nielsen

Yeah, so, if you know me you know that Susin is one of the authors that I’m a wee bit obsessed about. And this book? Quirky, funny and oh-so GOOD! 240 more words

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Canadian Library Association announces the 2011 Award Shortlists

The Award Committees of the Canadian Library Association / Association canadienne des bibliothèques are pleased to announce the shortlist for their 2011 Awards today. They are Canada’s largest national and broad-based library association, representing the interests of public, academic, school and special libraries, professional librarians and library workers, and all those concerned about enhancing the quality of life of Canadians through information and literacy. 609 more words

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