CM Magazine: CM Volume 2 Number 3

Table of Contents

 Book Reviews

 Emily Carr's Woo.
Constance Horne. Illustrated by Lissa Calvert.
Review by A. Edwardsson.
Grades 4 - 6 / Ages 9 - 11.

 Blackouts to Bright Lights: Canadian War Bride Stories.
Edited by Barbara Ladouceur and Phyllis Spence.
Review by Grace Shaw.
Grade 9 and up / Ages 14 and up.

 One Village, One War: 1914-1945.
Douglas How.
Review by Neil V. Payne.
Grades 10 and up / Ages 15 and up.

 What Did They Say About Gays?
Allan Gould.
Review by Ted Monkhouse.
Grade 10 and up / Ages 15 and up.

 The First Time: Volumes I & II.
Edited by Charles Montpetit.
Review by Kathleen L. Kellett-Betsos.
Grade 10 and up / Ages 15 and up.

 News: National

 Canada Council Announces Finalists for 1995 Governor General's Literary Awards


 The Little Math Puzzle
 The Great Canadian Trivia Contest

 Advertising Feature

 Orca Publishers
The First Time: Volume I and II

Duncan Thornton

Executive Assistant
Peter Tittenberger

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