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Lemon Aid "Goes Rogue"

Posted on December 2 by Phil Edmonston
Lemon-Aid author and car curmudgeon Phil Edmonston is angry. He says the auto industry has learned little from the recent Chrysler and GM bankruptcies and there are fewer new models on the market that are safe, reliable, and recession-proof. In his 2010-11 Lemon-Aid New Car and Truck Guide Edmonston for the first time in forty years writing Lemon-Aid, “Dr. Phil” counsels readers to steer away from seven automakers that are financially wobbly, not capable of building reliable vehicles, or not supported by an adequate warrantee and servicing network in Canada.
Mountain Knows No Expert by Mike Nash has been named a finalist for the 2009 Banff Mountain Book Festival Awards in the Mountain Literature category. The festival winners will be announced in advance of the festival on Thursday, October 29, 2009. The awards will be presented on stage at the book festival during the evening presentation on Thursday, November 5, 2009.

Best Books for Kids and Teens

Posted on June 17 by admin
Nine of our titles have been selected and are featured in this year's Best Books for Kids & Teens 2009 magazine: The Beginner's Guide to Cdn Honours Boxcar Kid Day of the Flying Fox Locksmith Perilous Passage Reading the Bones Searching for Yesterday The Third Eye (Starred Feature) Three Million Acres of Flame
Programme partners the Ontario Library Association (OLA) and Authors at Harbourfront Centre are delighted to announce the winners of the 2009 Forest of Reading® Festival of Trees™. This year’s Forest of Reading® Festival of Trees™ was held at Harbourfront Centre on May 13 and 14, featuring two action-packed days of award ceremonies, workshops, activities and other exciting entertainment. Congrats to winner Mahtab Narsimhan! The Third Eye Silver Birch Fiction® Award(Grade 4–6)