12 books to add to your summer reading list - National | donkeytime.orgThe subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. Norton, pages. How do seemingly strong institutions suddenly fail? Why do people support a leader they know lies to them? The Bard has much to teach us on these contemporary questions. It is quite simply about death and how it both scours us and educates us. It is also an uncomfortable reminder of what it really means that people are living longer than before.
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A recent report from a German-based study found book sales in the country were down 18 per cent between the years to , AFP reports. The researchers blamed streaming services like Netflix and binge-watching for the decline in readership. Last year in a survey for BookNet Canada, researchers found 92 per cent of Canadians preferred print books, while audio books rose up 28 per cent since Other reports have shown reading can reduce stress, improve memory and exercise the brain , Business Insider reports. Global News also spoke with Amazon Canada and Indigo Canada to see which books were not only popular this month, but also new ones that are anticipated to be a part of every summer book club this season.
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I am a retired professor of political science and I live in rural Wyoming. In preparation for a trip that I am taking in September across Canada by rail, I want to read some Canadian literature. My other interests include piano lessons that I have taken up in retirement, walking Belle my rescue golden retriever and leading book club discussions. What would you recommend to help narrow my Canadian literature gap? Lately a stream of American readers have been writing into Match Book, curious about the literature of our gracious northern neighbors. Some, like you, are going on vacation. Others seem to be looking across the border with longing and sympathy in response to recent world events.
Summer is finally here! The CCBC has put together a list of great Canadian books, for kids and teens of all ages, for the summer holidays. All books listed can be purchased directly from the online booksellers linked below each book, from your local bookseller or from a wholesaler. Or, you can borrow these titles from your local library. Join in the fun at the rink and on the ice with stories that are perfect for anytime!