Read This Next – Best of 2020 Part 2

Djinn Patrol on the Purple Line by Deepa Anappara Nine-year-old Jai lives with his family in the smoggy, polluted slum of an Indian city. Applying the techniques he’s seen on true-crime TV shows and appointing himself the leader, Jai and his friends Pari and Faiz investigate a classmate’s disappearance. The trio encounter indifferent police, street... Continue Reading →

Get Educated About Marijuana

The Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS) has reported that their daily sales have held steady around the 9,000 level, almost five times the amount made prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. OCS data shows more than one-third of all orders are classified as new OCS customers. No matter if you are new to cannabis or a regular... Continue Reading →

Teens Review: The Help

The Help is a 451-page fiction PAGE-TURNER. I am in my first year of college and I felt that this was one of the most important books I would read. I would suggest this book to anyone over the age of 14. The Help takes place in the Southern city of Jackson, Mississippi where it... Continue Reading →

Read This Next – AI and Clones

Join Laura and Nicole as they highlight books with artificial intelligences and clones and share some favourites that they've read. Watch the video episodes on our YouTube channel or listen using your usual podcast app, and don't forget to subscribe! Wanderers by Chuck Wendig (book 1) A decadent rock star. A deeply religious radio host.... Continue Reading →

Read This Next – Complete Series

In this episode, join Laura and Nicole as they talk about series that wrapped up in 2020. Since 2016, we have compiled a list of all YA series that ended in that year for those readers who prefer to binge: no waiting around for the next installment or frustration from another cliffhanger. Check out the... Continue Reading →

Hygge, or finding your comfort zone

The holidays are done, and the house seems empty without the colourful decorations. The first of January is full of fresh starts and promises for the new year. Whether your resolutions are still fresh in your mind or freshly broken, most of us instinctively spend more time cocooned inside. Like us, the Danes suffer from... Continue Reading →

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