April 19, 2022
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Book reviews

Book Reviews: A Heartbreaking Tale Also Offers Redemption

by on July 21, 2018 0

Breadcrumb Links Books Bill Robertson reviews Jeanette Lynes’ second novel, The Small Things That End the World, and Sharon Butala’s new novel, Zara’s Dead Author of the article: Bill robertson • Saskatoon StarPhoenix Jeanette Lynes announces the shortlist for the 2017 Saskatchewan Book Awards at the Frances Morrison Library in Saskatoon, Sask. On Thursday,...

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Book Reviews: Teen Tale Navigates Survivor Guilt

by on April 21, 2018 0

Breadcrumb Links Books Bill Robertson reviews Beverly Brenna’s latest young adult novel, Fox Magic, Marlis Wesseler’s new novel, The Last Chance Ladies’ Book Club, and Sleuth: Gail Bowen on Writing Mysteries Author of the article: Bill robertson • Saskatoon StarPhoenix Bill Robertson reviews three books by Sask. writers. Photo by kurmyshov /Getty Images /...

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The Insider’s Guide to ADHD: Book Reviews by ADDitude

by on January 26, 2018 0

BY PENNY WILLIAMS(Grace-Everett Press; $ 12.95) The premise of this book is admirable and sensible. Author Penny Williams interviewed 95 adults of different ages and genders, all of whom grew up with ADHD. Their feedback will help parents better understand the brains of their children with ADHD and become more effective in their parenting...

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Out and about on WRAL.com

by on June 6, 2017 0

By Bob Cairns This month, Bob is reviewing The Last Picture Show by Larry McMurtry. If you like major novels and haven’t read the novel or seen the movie, start from the beginning and read The Last Picture Show. It’s set in the 1950s in Thalia, an ugly little Texas oil town where, frankly,...

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Book reviews: Le Paris des cinéphiles

by on May 26, 2017 0

The Paris of cinephiles Paris doesn’t need to be put on the map, but it continues to surprise with its growing number of must-see places. In this inspired guide, we walk through the city’s most iconic filming locations, from famous restaurants to quirky boutiques and grocery stores. The over 200 pages are a pleasure...

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Book Reviews: SAP Nation and Stacking the Deck

by on December 10, 2014 0

I had the chance to read David Pottruck’s new book “Stacking the Deck” a few weeks ago. He focuses on driving big change – something that many IT project managers and systems integrators should know a lot about. I have a healthy appreciation for what it takes to change an organization. I’ve been through...

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