I’d like to use this newsletter to remind our friends about the Reading Matters blog, edited by Jennifer Minicus, from New Jersey. She and her fellow writers are posting great reviews of children’s books. Along with a brief description of the book, there are recommendations about its suitability. It’s a terrific resource. Today we feature two reviews from Jane Fagan and Susan Moore.
As well, don’t forget to contribute to our crowd-sourced summer reading list. This time our focus is on crime fiction and thrillers.
Finally, don’t miss the next article in our series about transgenderism. “Are we now officially up to LGBTQQIAAP, or did you fall asleep at your keyboard?” asks Zac Alstin, our associate editor.
|T comes right after LGB|
Zac Alstin | CONJUGALITY | 8 June 2016
It's a very small step from same-sex marriage to transgender.
|What Enlightenment thinkers would have made of Donald Trump|
Anna Plassart | FEATURES | 8 June 2016
18th Century thinkers had grave fears about the seductive pull of demagogues
|Growing Up: Alexander McCall Smith’s Bertie Pollock|
Susan Reibel Moore | READING MATTERS | 8 June 2016
The 44 Scotland Street series
|Generosity is… taking six children into your family|
Carolyn Moynihan | FAMILY EDGE | 8 June 2016
Faith and friendship flower in a heroic gesture.
|A salt-of-the-earth book favourite entertains generations of children|
Jane Fagan | READING MATTERS | 8 June 2016
A classic adventure not to be missed!
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