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On The Bookshelf: The Listeners is a hum-dinger of a book

On The Bookshelf: The Listeners is a hum-dinger of a book

'For those who enjoy a path strewn with pertinent questions there are many'
On The Bookshelf: A rollicking good time with Nicholas Ruddock's latest

On The Bookshelf: A rollicking good time with Nicholas Ruddock's latest

Guelph author gives us a The Last Hummingbird West of Chile, a period piece where a hummingbird is the voice of reason
The Girl Who Loved Giraffes: a remarkable take on a remarkable woman

The Girl Who Loved Giraffes: a remarkable take on a remarkable woman

Rockwood resident Kathy Stinson captures the essence of Anne Innis Dagg
<b>On The Bookshelf:</b> Suzanne Simard's Finding the Mother Tree

On The Bookshelf: Suzanne Simard's Finding the Mother Tree

Understanding how an important part of nature works and convincing others of it
<b>On The Bookshelf:</b> What It's Like To Be A Bird

On The Bookshelf: What It's Like To Be A Bird

David Sibley's book provides wonderful insight into the world of birds
On The Bookshelf: The beauty and brilliance of Seth on full display in Clyde Fans

On The Bookshelf: The beauty and brilliance of Seth on full display in Clyde Fans

Guelph's renowned Seth has created a 'profoundly moving' picture novel about people who find it hard to face truths that they are unwilling to do anything about
Having And Being Had: Trying to understand one's place in a capitalist world

Having And Being Had: Trying to understand one's place in a capitalist world

'Eula Biss likens capitalism to Pokemon, where the participants playing do not really understand the rules but nevertheless are compelled to acquire (buy) more and more cards'
<b>On The Bookshelf:</b> Trying to understand one's place in a capitalist world

On The Bookshelf: Trying to understand one's place in a capitalist world

'Eula Biss likens capitalism to Pokemon, where the participants playing do not really understand the rules but nevertheless are compelled to acquire (buy) more and more cards'
<b>On The Bookshelf:</b> Take a breath, the proper way

On The Bookshelf: Take a breath, the proper way

Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art by James Nestor explores the importance of breathing the right way
<b>On The Bookshelf:</b> A look at the fascinating world of fungi

On The Bookshelf: A look at the fascinating world of fungi

In this month's On The Bookshelf, Barb Minett looks at Merlin Sheldrake's non-fiction work Entangled Life