Saturday Apr 19
Easter joy found within these books
All originate in St. John's, which sometimes seems Canada's capital for good books for young and old.
Jerrie Mock Honored With Statue At Port Columbus
At the time she didn't get the recognition she deserved, but she's getting her recognition now, along with a statue to claim her place in Columbus' history.
Author presents a pair of readings
Canada's colourful past is within reach when Nelson author Anne DeGrace reads from her fourth novel, Flying with Amelia, April 11 in Sechelt at the Rockwood Lodge at 1 p.m. and at the Gibsons and District Public Library on April 12 at 1 p.m. The book takes the reader across a country and across a century, with some poignant stops along the way.
I find the two mysteries tragically familiar. It was after midnight, Sunday March eighth, local time when the Boeing jet roared down Kulara Lampur's runway 14 left , before heading north toward the Gulf of Thailand.
The Chance You Won't Return / Annie Cardi
In this engaging work from debut author Cardi, high school junior Alex Winchester seems to be a typical teenager, but she is struggling to hold her life together.
WVNCC students learn of Amelia Earhart's life
In honor of National Womens History Month, West Virginia Northern Community College held a special lunch and learn presentation Wednesday afternoon with a portrayal of Amelia Earhart.