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Table of Contents

Volume XXIII Number 22
February 17, 2017

Book Reviews
Can Seasons of the North.  
  Flora Rideout. Photography by Robert Rideout.
Review by Dave Jenkinson.
Preschool-grade 2 / Ages 1-7.
Can Let’s Find Momo! A Hide-And-Seek Board Book.
  Andrew Knapp.
Review by Dave Jenkinson.
Preschool / Ages 2-4.
Can The Little Knight Who Battled a Dragon.
  Gilles Tibo. Illustrated by Geneviève Després. Translated by Petra Johannson.
Review by Ellen Heaney.
Preschool-grade 2 / Ages 4-7.
Can It’s Great Being a Dad.
  Dan Bar-el. Illustrated by Gina Perry.
Review by Reesa Cohen.
Preschool-grade 3 / Ages 4-8.
Can To Burp or Not to Burp: A Guide to Your Body in Space. (Dr. Dave Astronaut).
  Dave Williams & Lorenda Cunti. Illustrated by Theo Krynauw.
Review by Beth Wilcox Chng.
Grades 2-5 / Ages 7-10.
Can Accidental Discoveries: From Laughing Gas to Dynamite. Rev. & Expanded Ed.
  Larry Verstraete.
Review by Gail Hamilton.
Grades 3-6 / Ages 8-11.
Can The Hobo’s Crowbar.
  JonArno Lawson. Woodcuts by Alec Dempster.
Review by Inderjit Deogun.
Grades 3 and up / Ages 8 and up.
Can Hard as Nails in Myths and Legends. (Hard as Nails in History Series).
  Tracey Turner. Illustrated by Jamie Lenman.
Review by Tanya Boudreau.
Grades 4-7 / Ages 9-12.
Can The Doll’s Eye.
  Marina Cohen.
Review by Cate Carlyle.
Grades 4-8 / Ages 9-13.
Can Making Canada Home: How Immigrants Shaped This Country.
  Susan Hughes.
Review by Val Ken Lem.
Grades 4-8 / Ages 9-13.
Can The Dream. (The Rahtrum Chronicles, Book One).
  R. K. McLay.
Review by Kim Aippersbach.
Grades 5-8 / Ages 10-13.
Can Level the Playing Field: The Past, Present and Future of Women’s Pro Sports.
  Kristina Rutherford.
Review by Joanie Proske.
Grades 5 and up / Ages 10 and up.
Can Making It Right: Building Peace, Settling Conflict.
  Marilee Peters.
Review by Kay Weisman.
Grades 6-9 / Ages 11-14.
Can The Tapping Solution for Teenage Girls: How to Stop Freaking Out & Keep Being Awesome.
  Christine Wheeler.
Review by Ann Ketcheson.
Grades 7-12 / Ages 12-17.
Can Fate of Flames. (Effigies; Book One).
  Sarah Raughley.
Review by Tara Stieglitz.
Grades 8-12 / Ages 13-17.
Can Spin the Sky.
  Jill MacKenzie.
Review by Joan Marshall.
Grades 9-12 / Ages 14-17.
Can The Bootlegger’s Goddaughter. (A Gina Gallo Mystery). (Rapid Reads).
  Melodie Campbell.
Review by Christina Pike.
Grades 11 and up / Ages 16 and up.
Can A Midsummer Night’s Dream. (Shakespeare Made in Canada).
  William Shakespeare.
Review by Joanne Peters.
Grade 12 and post secondary / Ages 17 and up.
Can The Tragical History of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. (Shakespeare Made in Canada).
  William Shakespeare.
Review by Joanne Peters.
Grade 12 and post secondary / Ages 17 and up.
Professional Reading
Can Marvelous Minilessons for Teaching Nonfiction Writing K-3.
  Lori Jamison Rog.
Review by Barbara McNeill.

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