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The Poetry of Tyrants

The Poetry of Tyrants

Posted by Michelle Porter on 2018 Oct 4th

Bad poetry? Probably written by a tyrant or villain, according to Andy Jones, author of Jack and the Green Man, the first chapter book in his Jack tales series. “The Green Man is that kind of powerful … read more
In Farmers' Times

In Farmers' Times

Posted by Michelle Porter on 2018 Sep 28th

The illustrations in Jack and the Green Man offer a rare glimpse of a visual style that was part of southeastern Europe before the Former Yugoslavia fell apart, before the war and the fall of communis … read more
A lovely review of PB's Comet

A lovely review of PB's Comet

2018 Sep 4th

Thanks to Lisa Doucet and Jo-Anne Elder for the lovely review of PB's Comet in the Fall issue of Atlantic Books Today. The reviewers say: "Another delightful and quirky picturebook offering from Runni … read more
Puffin Problem gets the nod!

Puffin Problem gets the nod!

2018 Sep 4th

Congratulations to Lori Doody, whose delightful picture book The Puffin Problem has been shortlisted for the Bruneau Family Award for Children's/Young Adult Writing, one of the Newfoundland and Labrad … read more
High praise for Paddon's hijinks

High praise for Paddon's hijinks

2018 Jun 6th

"It's abundantly clear there's no topic that Paddon can't put his signature twist on," so says Inderjit Deogun in his review of Half the Lies You Tell Are Not True. A great appreciation of Dave Paddon … read more