With protection underfoot and ventilation on top, the thong is the perfect summer shoe for Australian conditions. Pity it's not really Australian.
Summer is the time for road trips — and books that can take you on a journey of discovery.
The texts in this shortlist demonstrate how young characters have coped with trauma and uncertainty.
Today's libraries build communities and provide space for learning new technologies but it is critical that they continue to be about books and reading too.
Irene Clarke, Claire Pratt, Anna Porter and Bella Pomer were among the women who changed the face of Canadian publishing. Their achievements deserve our attention.
A book nest - or nook - is a cost-friendly way to model and enjoy literacy with your preschooler that invites their creative involvement and offers space for positive connections to grow.
Reading fiction can increase your empathy and reading fiction translated from another language can improve your cross-cultural understanding. Why not let a book transport you?
A literary scholar from British Columbia offers some of her favourite "left coast" summer reads.
When picking books to read this summer, reach out for the unknown. Here are five expert recommendations for fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, for which deserved attention is just starting to shine.