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Table of Contents

Volume XXII Number 8
October 23, 2015

Book Reviews
   
Can All Year Round.
  Emilie Leduc. Translated by Shelley Tanaka.
Review by Lisa Case.
Preschool-kindergarten / Ages 2-5.
   
Can The Night Children.
  Sarah Tsiang. Illustrated by Delphine Bodet.
Review by Gregory Bryan and Andrea Boyd.
Preschool-grade 2 / Ages 3-7.
   
Can The Candy Conspiracy: A Tale of Sweet Victory.
  Carrie Snyder. Illustrated by Claudia Dávila.
Review by Linda Ludke.
Preschool-grade 2 / Ages 3-7.
   
Can Kiss, Kiss.
  Jennifer Couëlle. Illustrated by Jacques Laplante. Translated by Karen Simon.
Review by Nikita Griffioen.
Preschool-grade 1 / Ages 4-6.
   
Can Wake Up, Oliver! (Our Neighbourhood).
  Leigh Hambly & Kirsten Phillips. Illustrated by María Jesús Álvarez.
Review by Dave Jenkinson.
Kindergarten-grade 2 / Ages 5-7.
   
Can Nigel's Neighbours. (Our Neighbourhood).
  Leigh Hambly & Kirsten Phillips. Illustrated by María Jesús Álvarez.
Review by Dave Jenkinson.
Kindergarten-grade 2 / Ages 5-7.
   
Can The Adventures of Miss Petitfour.
  Anne Michaels. Illustrated by Emma Block.
Review by Joanie Proske.
Grades 1-4 / Ages 6-9.
   
Can The Science of Computers. (Get Connected to Digital Literacy).
  Clive Gifford.
Review by Mark Mueller.
Grades 2-3 / Ages 7-8.
   
Can Computer Networks. (Get Connected to Digital Literacy).
  Clive Gifford.
Review by Mark Mueller.
Grades 2-3 / Ages 7-8.
   
Can Awesome Algorithms and Creative Coding. (Get Connected to Digital Literacy).
  Clive Gifford.
Review by Mark Mueller.
Grades 2-3 / Ages 7-8.
   
Can Amazing Applications and Perfect Programs. (Get Connected to Digital Literacy).
  Clive Gifford.
Review by Mark Mueller.
Grades 2-3 / Ages 7-8.
   
Can A Beginner's Guide to Immortality: From Alchemy to Avatars.
  Maria Birmingham. Illustrated by Josh Holinaty.
Review by Willow Moonbeam.
Grades 3-5 / Ages 8-10.
   
Can Lesson for the Wolf.
  Rachel and Sean Qitsualik-Tinsley. Illustrated by Alan Cook.
Review by Myra Junyk.
Grades 3-7 / Ages 8-12.
   
Can Everything Space: Blast Off for a Universe of Photos, Facts and Fun.
  Helaine Becker with Brendan Mullan.
Review by Gail Hamilton.
Grades 4-7 / Ages 9-12.
   
Can A Pocket Full of Murder.
  R. J. Anderson.
Review by Rob Bittner.
Grades 5-9 / Ages 10-14.
   
Can Foodprints: The Story of What We Eat.
  Paula Ayer.
Review by Joanne Peters and Danylo Kruk.
Grades 6-10 / Ages 11-15.
   
Can Transferral.
  Kate Blair.
Review by Laura Dunford.
Grades 7-10 / Ages 12-15.
   
Can Hidden Gold: A True Story of the Holocaust.
  Ella Burakowski.
Review by Val Ken Lem.
Grades 8-12 / Ages 13-17.
   
Can Speak a Word for Freedom: Women Against Slavery.
  Janet Willen and Marjorie Gann.
Review by Adam Hunt.
Grades 8-12 / Ages 13-17.
   
Can Astra. (The Gala Chronicles, Book One).
  Naomi Foyle.
Review by Kim Aippersbach.
Grades 10 and up / Ages 15 and up.
   



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