Love to Read Books

Dream of your spring garden, solve a legal case, pursue your spiritual life, renovate your diet, or just bury yourself in a rollicking good tale.

January 15, 2012 | | Web Extras

The Joy of Books

Be inspired with the clever video The Joy of Books put together by the owners of Type, an independent bookstore in Toronto.

Organizing the Bookcase

If you want to try this on a smaller scale you can start with your own bookcase!

The Year in Books

Check out our annual review of new books by local authors and illustrators. Dream of your spring garden, solve a legal case, pursue your spiritual life, renovate your diet, or just bury yourself in a rollicking good tale. There’s plenty of opportunity to do all that and more in this year’s offerings of local books.

The Year in Books was compiled by Tracey Fockler, who works at BookLore, an independent bookstore in Orangeville, where she also facilitates a book club. Learn more about the Booklore book club which meets on Mondays.

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