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Iíve got new books coming out! Three of them this year. Iíll introduce them one at a time to build suspense. Get a load of the cover over there. Pretty cool eh? Both of my Facebook friends liked it.


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Downside Up

Downside Up is a sad funny story with a portal to a world that looks just like ours Ė but isnít. Thereís a boy and his dog, basketball and dragons, identical cousins, volcanoes and (wait for it -- drumroll) a visiting author. Through The Looking Glass meets Old Yeller. Excitement? Oh yeah! Click on the cover and read a short extract now. Bookís out soon.

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Viminy Crowe's Comic Book...

A boy and girl fall through a portal into a steam-punk comic drawn by the girl's Uncle Viminy. The plot of this part-graphic novel is so wacky even Marthe and I get lost at times. But you don't have to --- there's a hot new Teacher's Guide!

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The new kid in class turns out to be -- walking dead! Bob’s upset because Evil-O, the girl he kind of likes, kind of likes the new boy. A zombie love triangle? The book is funny, scary, and popular! Nominated for the Red Maple, Red Cedar, and MYRCA (Manitoba Young Readers’ Choice) awards.

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Nothing Much Ado

Theatre Scrimger presents its latest production. Its vaguely similar to another play you might have seen but not exactly the same owing to the appearance of...

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