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Rescue

From New York Times bestselling author Jennifer A. Nielsen comes a thrilling World War II story of espionage and intrigue, as one girl races to save her father and aid the French resistance.

Six hundred and fifty seven days ago, Meg Kenyon's father left their home in France to fight for the Allies in World War II, and that was the last time Meg saw him. Recently, she heard he was being held prisoner by the Nazis, a terrible sentence from which Meg fears he'll never return. All she has left of him are the codes he placed in a jar for her to decipher, an affectionate game the two of them shared. But the codes are running low, and soon there'll be nothing left of Papa for Meg to hold on to at all.

Suddenly, an impossible chance to save her father falls into Meg's lap. After following a trail of blood in the snow, Meggie finds an injured British spy hiding in her grandmother's barn. Captain Stewart tells her that a family of German refugees must be guided across Nazi occupied France to neutral Spain, whereupon one of them has promised to free Meg's father. Captain Stewart was meant to take that family on their journey, but too injured to complete the task himself, he offers it to Meg, along with a final code from Papa to help complete the mission perhaps the most important, and most difficult, riddle she's received yet.

As the Nazis flood Meg's village in fierce pursuit, she accepts the duty and begins the trek across France. Leading strangers through treacherous territory, Meg faces danger and uncertainty at every turn, all the while struggling to crack her father's code. The message, as she unravels it, reveals secrets costly enough to risk the mission and even her own life. Can Meg solve the puzzle, rescue the family, and save her father?

Watercress

Gathering watercress by the side of the road brings a girl closer to her family's Chinese Heritage.

Driving through Ohio in an old Pontiac, a young girl's parents stop suddenly when they spot watercress growing wild in a ditch by the side of the road. Grabbing an old paper bag and some rusty scissors, the whole family wades into the muck to collect as much of the muddy, snail covered watercress as they can.

At first, she's embarrassed. Why can't her family get food from the grocery store? But when her mother shares a story of her family's time in China, the girl learns to appreciate the fresh food they foraged. Together, they make a new memory of watercress.

Andrea Wang tells a moving autobiographical story of a child of immigrants discovering and connecting with her heritage, illustrated by award winning author and artist Jason Chin, working in an entirely new style, inspired by Chinese painting techniques. An author's note in the back shares Andrea's childhood experience with her parents.

A Junior Library Guild Gold Standard Selection!

Winterborne Home for Mayhem and Mystery (Winterborne Home for Vengeance and Valor, #2)

Five orphans. Two sword wielding vigilantes. One mansion. No rules. April thought she had her happy ending. After all, she has her new house and new friends and new guardian. But she also has a very big new secret. The kids of Winterborne House are the only ones who know that Gabriel Winterborne—famous billionaire and terrible cook—is really a sword wielding vigilante. What they don’t know is that he’s not the only one. When a masked figure breaks in, looking for something—or someone—it’s clear that Gabriel has met his match, and now no one is safe. April and her friends will have to solve a decades old mystery in order to hang on to the most important thing in the world: each other.

Laxmi's Mooch

A joyful, body positive picture book about a young Indian American girl's journey to accept her body hair and celebrate her heritage after being teased about her mustache.

Laxmi never paid much attention to the tiny hairs above her lip. But one day while playing farm animals at recess, her friends point out that her whiskers would make her the perfect cat. She starts to notice body hair all over on her arms, legs, and even between her eyebrows.

With her parents' help, Laxmi learns that hair isn't just for heads, but that it grows everywhere, regardless of gender. Featuring affirming text by Shelly Anand and exuberant, endearing illustrations by Nabi H. Ali, Laxmi's Mooch is a celebration of our bodies and our body hair, in whichever way they grow.

All You Knead Is Love

Twelve year old Alba doesn't want to live with her estranged grandmother in Barcelona.

But her mother needs her to be far, far away from their home in New York City. Because this is the year that her mother is going to leave Alba's abusive father. Hopefully. If she's strong enough to finally, finally do it.

Alba is surprised to find that she loves Barcelona, forming a close relationship with her grandmother, meeting a supportive father figure, and making new friends. Most of all, she discovers a passion and talent for bread baking. When her beloved bakery is threatened with closure, Alba is determined to find a way to save it—and at the same time, she may just come up with a plan to make their family whole again.

From the author of How to Make Friends with the Sea comes a heartfelt story of finding one’s chosen family, healing, and baking.

Soul Lanterns

The haunting and poignant story of a how a young Japanese girl's understanding of the historic and tragic bombing of Hiroshima is transformed by a memorial lantern floating ceremony.

Twelve year old Nozomi lives in the Japanese city of Hiroshima. She wasn't even born when the bombing of Hiroshima took place. Every year Nozomi joins her family at the lantern floating ceremony to honor those lost in the bombing. People write the names of their deceased loved ones along with messages of peace, on paper lanterns and set them afloat on the river. This year Nozomi realizes that her mother always releases one lantern with no name. She begins to ask questions, and when complicated stories of loss and loneliness unfold, Nozomi and her friends come up with a creative way to share their loved ones' experiences. By opening people's eyes to the struggles they all keep hidden, the project teaches the entire community new ways to show compassion.

Soul Lanterns is an honest exploration of what happened on August 6, 1945, and offers readers a glimpse not only into the rich cultural history of Japan but also into the intimate lives of those who recognize better than most the urgent need for peace.

Fadeaway

When a high school basketball star goes missing, a town’s secrets are exposed in this edge of your seat, addictive read.

At 8:53 pm, thousands of people watched as Jake Foster secured the state title for his basketball team with his signature fadeaway. But by the next morning, he’s disappeared without a trace. Nobody has any idea where he is: not his best friend who knows him better than anyone else, not his ex girlfriend who may still have feelings for him, not even his little brother who never expected Jake to abandon him. Rumors abound regarding Jake’s whereabouts. Was he abducted? Did he run away to try to take his game to the next level? Or is it something else, something darker—something they should have seen coming?

Told from the points of view of those closest to Jake, this gripping, suspenseful novel reminds us that the people we think we know best are sometimes hiding the most painful secrets.

Things That Grow

After her grandmother dies, a girl travels to different gardens to scatter her ashes, learning about life, love, and how to laugh again along the way. From Love Letters advice columnist and podcast host Meredith Goldstein, this emotionally resonant novel is perfect for fans of Robin Benway and Jenna Evans Welch.When Lori’s Dorothy Parker–loving grandmother dies, Lori’s world is turned upside down. Grandma Sheryl was everything to Lori—and not just because Sheryl raised Lori when Lori’s mom got a job out of town. Now Lori’s mom is insisting on moving her away from her beloved Boston right before senior year. Desperate to stay for as long as possible, Lori insists on honoring her grandmother’s last request before she moves: to scatter Sheryl’s ashes near things that grow. Along with her uncle Seth and Chris, best friend and love of her life crush, Lori sets off on a road trip to visit her grandmother’s favorite gardens. Dodging forest bathers, scandalized volunteers, and angry homeowners, they come to terms with the shape of life after Grandma Sheryl. Saying goodbye isn’t easy, but Lori might just find a way to move forward surrounded by the people she loves.

Shadow Life

Poet and novelist Hiromi Goto effortlessly blends wry, observational slice of life literary fiction with poetic magical realism in the tender and surprising graphic novel Shadow Life, with haunting art from debut artist Ann Xu.When Kumiko’s well meaning adult daughters place her in an assisted living home, the seventy six year old widow gives it a try, but it’s not where she wants to be. She goes on the lam and finds a cozy bachelor apartment, keeping the location secret even while communicating online with her eldest daughter. Kumiko revels in the small, daily pleasures: decorating as she pleases, eating what she wants, and swimming in the community pool. But something has followed her from her former residence—Death’s shadow.Kumiko’s sweet life is shattered when Death’s shadow swoops in to collect her. With her quick mind and sense of humor, Kumiko, with the help of friends new and old, is prepared for the fight of her life. But how long can an old woman thwart fate?

Fatima's Great Outdoors

An immigrant family embarks on their first camping trip in the Midwest in this lively picture book by Ambreen Tariq, outdoors activist and founder of @BrownPeopleCamping

Fatima Khazi is excited for the weekend. Her family is headed to a local state park for their first camping trip! The school week might not have gone as planned, but outdoors, Fatima can achieve anything. She sets up a tent with her father, builds a fire with her mother, and survives an eight legged mutant spider (a daddy longlegs with an impressive shadow) with her sister. At the end of an adventurous day, the family snuggles inside one big tent, serenaded by the sounds of the forest. The thought of leaving the magic of the outdoors tugs at Fatima’s heart, but her sister reminds her that they can keep the memory alive through stories—and they can always daydream about what their next camping trip will look like.

Ambreen Tariq’s picture book debut, with cheerful illustrations by Stevie Lewis, is a rollicking family adventure, a love letter to the outdoors, and a reminder that public land belongs to all of us.


Toronto Multi cultural doesn t begin to describe the community here Nobody belongs Everybody belongsMichael tells us his story himself which makes it very personal and made me feel like apologising for the dreadful treatment so many migrants face The world around us was named Scarborough It had nce been called Scarberia a wasteland Dirty Dozen 2 (12 Taboo XXX Tales) on theutskirts f a sprawling city But now as we were growing up in the early 80s in the heated language f a changing nation we heard it called ther names Scarlem Scarbistan We lived in Scarbro a suburb that had mushroomed up and yellowed browned and blackened into life We learn right away that something happened to the lder brother ten years earlier and that Mother has never really recovered The story moves back and forth between today and childhood and youth The boys father left the picture early and Mother is sadly familiar from ther migrant stories All around us in the Park were mothers who had journeyed far beyond what they knew who took day courses and worked nights who dreamed f raising children who might have just a little than they did children who might reward sacrifice and redeem a past When the boys were still young she left them home alone with strict instructions while she went to work the night shift Just answer that front door nce I will string you up by your thumbnails from the ceiling I will skin you alive and screaming I will beat you so hard your children will bear scars Your children s children will feel They ate their food after she left and then went wandering FreedomI know an ld Croatian lady where I live in regional Australia and she tells me proudly how when she was a young refugee widow here she worked three different cooking jobs to raise her two little girls She criticises today s young people for wanting welfare because she got ff her backside and managed without it They are lazy There are jobs there if they re willing to work Sound familiarBut she left the girls home alone at night while she went to work and when I told her that you re not allowed to do that today she basically scoffed I have a feeling she would do the same thing today despite the law if she were in the same circumstances I do think that s a lot f the problem regarding welfare and euality and the common complaint f lder people that anyone can get a job if they just try hard enough Not alone with little kids you can t Mostly we re expected to be with Greetings! our children whenever they aren t in schoolr some kind f care And f course all parents aren t eually intelligent and resourceful eitherBut I digress Francis was the Tribeca old brother who loved music and hangingut with mates from many countries at Desirea s a local barber shop This reminded me strongly f the classic Jayber Crow where the men gathered in exactly the same way to be part f a family The we think cultures are different the they are the same a slight alteration Blue Streak of the French saying Our parents had come from Trinidad and Jamaica and Barbados from Sri Lanka and Poland and Somalia and Vietnam They worked st jobs struggled with rent were chronically tired andften pushed just as chronically tired notions about identity and respectability But in Desirea s different styles and kinships were possible You found new language you caught the gestures you kept the meanings close as skin Mother was told that Desirea s is where the undesirables and law breakers hang ut and had Plenty To Say About It You Don to say about it You don listen she might shout at us You all don t pay attention to what I tell you You all is HARDEN Too too HARDEN If we ever hurt urselves she would promise to corn ur backsides She vowed to whip the life force back into us if ever through sheer foolishness we cut urselves and shamefully bled ur lives away Also sound familiar Parents everywhere swear that if you break your neck n that bikehorsemountain I ll KILL youUnfortunately Mother was right and they should have stayed away from Desirea s There was ne Place Where They Enjoyed where they enjoyed peace and nature The stayed away from Desirea s There was ne place where they enjoyed some peace and nature The This is a big conservation area and the boys and even Mother used to wander down the valley to cool Thoroughly Disarmed off The boys played and built things with sticks as kids do Michael makes a pointf saying it s not David Attenborough country but it served them well The Rouge Valley It was a wound in the earth A scar f green running through ur neighbourhood hundreds After the Ashes of feet deep in some places a glacial valley that existed long before anything called Scarborough The storyf the boys Mother Aisha and the The Angry Planet other kids is hauntingly real and the author tells it well It may not be new but it sounds personal sad and angryThanks to NetGalley and Bloomsbury for the preview copy from which I ve uote so much It s well worth reading and if you want a first handpinion read some reviews by people who have lived there themselvesPS To get an idea Melody's Key of the Rouge Valley see this page amongthers 35 starsA tightly written novella that explores pressing topics like race immigration masculinity and within a small family living in Canada The story revolves around two brothers Michael and Francis the sons f Trinidadian immigrants f whom their father has disappeared and their mother works tireless hours so her sons can survive The novel follows Michael and Francis as they come A Chance Acquaintance of age surrounded by hip hop music and potential romantic interests as well as the anti black prejudice that pervades their environment Their lives change in drastic ways after the brothers experience a police crackdown and the conseuences that followI liked thi. Ices and low expectations that confront themn a daily basisWhile Francis dreams f a future in music Michael’s dreams are f Aisha the smartest girl in their school whose eyes are firmly set n a life elsewhere But the brigh. Powerful bold and timely It wasn t just she alone All around us in the park were mothers who had journeyed far beyond what they knew who took day courses and worked nights who dreamed f raising children who might have just a little than than they did children who might reward sc I grew up in the neighbourhood this novel is set in and am also a child The Wallflower's Revenge of West Indian immigrants so this book really resonated with me The familiarityf the settings along with the realistic story f living in a low income suburb made this all too relatable I particularly identified with Michael as he navigated violence and rumours f violence that ran rampant within this community while also trying to hold the best interests War to the Knife: Bleeding Kansas, 1854-1861 of his too hard worked sometimes absent mother at heart Harsh truths are confronted and issuesf masculinity and prejudice are accurately conveyed I would definitely recommend this book and I hope it becomes a staple in Toronto literature David Chariandy s buzzed about short novel Brother centres around Leaving Mother Lake: A Girlhood at the Edge of the World one man reflectingn his Carribean family s life in Scarborough and his brother s life cut short during their shared adolescence This slim volume s prose is captivating imaginatively descriptive and deeply poetic Chariandy pts for subtlety and inference rather than long passages f exposition lending the book a sense f reality Life after all rarely provides answers to some f the most tumul I had no idea what I was in for when Nicole at Bloomsbury Publishing recommended this book to me I can t thank her enough I went in completely blind Literally seconds ago I read the blurb I read it twice Having read the book myself this blurb made me cry I know it wouldn t have without reading the book But given what I just experienced those words penetrate so much deeperKudos to whomever wrote itand thank you Agree agree agree with the blurb it s INTENSELY BEAUTIFULsearingly powerful tightly constructed It s also exuisitely excruciating painful It knocked the wind Introductory Algebra: Models Concepts Skills outf me For a short novel it packs a DEPTH PUNCH Tears in a scene too Read the Blurb No need to repeat what s already perfectly written Frances Joseph is Brother His character shows up as a guy to reckoned with at a very young age I mean this in the best Marriage After God: Chasing Boldly After God’s Purpose for Your Life Together of ways As first born son he didn t just taken the role f adult child living with his mother and younger brother Michael he tried to hide his contributions He was aware f people s pride His mother s in particular I absolutely fell in love with him right away He was loyal but he also ran away he loved deeply cared deeply but not in a sugar coating style the Blue Blood opposite Yet we felt him so profoundly The authors talent shines through his character development Frances loved his family He loved his friends especially his friend Jelly He loved music understoodld music that heritage The Gollywhopper Games: Friend or Foe of loveHe enjoyed listening to Nina Simone Otis Redding and Sam Cooke Frances had no intentionf having poverty define him He says You ve got to be cooler about things and not put everything Parafilias (Spanish Edition) outn your face all the time You ve got to carry yourself better and think about your look Doesn t matter how poor you are You can always turn up the edge f a collar to style a bit little things like that You can always do things to let the world know you re style a bit little things like that You can always do things to let the world know you re nobody You never know when your break is coming Frances had ne The Mirage of those devastating experiencesf just the pposite f the above Uote He Says We Were He says We were and neighborhood schemers We were the children Rituels secrets des Templiers of the help without futures We were nonef us what ur parents wanted us to be We were not what any ther adults wanted us to be We were nobodies A Mild Suicide or else somehow a city We re all just dreaming We were putty in the handsf younger brother Michael as the voice for this story I loved him as much as Frances too We feel sense touch hear and smell everything through him From children playing in the neighborhood to foods music dialogues strangers murder racial and immigrant prejudice poverty the police to all Beethoven for a Later Age: The Journey of a String Quartet out violenceand devastating loss and sadness Michael s storytelling is as personal as personal is Mrs Joseph Mother brought her sons to Canada the Scarbrough housing complex leaving her village SteMadeleine in the middlef the island in Trinidadleaving her sister and relatives behindpeople she lovedleaving slavery indenture murder disease dirt pot holes yet love and beauty too for a better safer place with Born to Ride: A Story About Bicycle Face opportunities As you read the storyne wonders was the REALLY HARD HARD HARDSHIPS worth *It She Never Told Her *She never told her the truth about her life in Canada Origen: Scholarship in the Service of the Church or that her husband wasut f the picture Even the minor characters are bigger than life in some cases with nly the smallest scenes Aisha Dru Professor Aunt Beulah Jellyand Desirea s the Barbershop takes n a character in its wn riteEverything about this book felt authentic to me although I did uestion Porter Earns a Quarter (Four Basic Skills Series, Volume 2) one scene But Simply uestioned it My final thoughts This book must be read 45 You ve got to be cooler about things and not put everythingut Mayan, Incan, and Aztec Civilizations, Grades 5-8 on your face all the time You ve got to carry yourself better and think about your look Doesn t matter how poor you are You can always turn up the edgef a collar to style a bit little things like that You can always do things to let the world know you re not nobody You never know when your break is coming Brother Big brother to little brother This could have been a uote from Grease couldn t it But these brothers are immigrants from Trinidad trying to fit in in Canada specifically the Park in Scarborough Tablettes Albertini Actes privés de l'époque vandale on theutskirts f. Michael and Francis are the bright ambitious sons f Trinidadian immigrants Coming Sexual Soulmates: The Six Essentials for Connected Sex (English Edition) of age in The Park a clusterf houses and towers in the disparaged utskirts f a sprawling city the brothers battle against the careless prejud. S book a lot but wanted which may be my fault David Chariandy writes beautifully and searingly about these brothers development their search for security amidst racism and toxic masculinity and uncertainty He also writes poignantly about grief and loss which are explored in the section Piazza, Student Edition: Introductory Italian of Brother that follows Michael several years after the police crackdown Perhaps with space to breathe and to extend these characters could have taken upf a permanent residence in my heart instead Unbroken Circle: How to Take Your Family Through the End Time ofnly staying for a little whileWhile short and f a stellar snapshot than a fully story Brother will appeal to many who want an emotional coming f age novella that incorporates some f today s most prominent social issues Excited to read in the future written by this talented author 35ish4 stars I thought that this was uite good I loved how it focused n not nly a family but a community too The area where this is set is inhabited by a lot f immigrants from different places and their children They come from all parts Tajweed Rules for Qur'anic Recitation: A Beginner's Guide (Tajweed Rules, of the world but they all make upne community now What I loved was that sense Selling to VITO the Very Important Top Officer: Get to the Top. Get to the Point. Get to the Sale. of lotsf different cultures being integrated into the community I m from a rural Irish town so everyone I know here is Irish and there aren t The Reformation (World History Series) other cultures celebrated around here I think that s why I loved that aspect so much A bit I found really beautiful was uite a simple thing when the family are grieving dishes are left at their front door for them and Michael mentions how somef the dishes are unfamiliar to him I just thought that that really reiterated how there were all these different cultures at work in this ne community I also loved that sense f community Chariandy created It highlighted that it doesn t matter where you re from Ask Me Nicely: Dark Urges Book One or what race you are we are all human we are all the same and we all deserve to be treated accordinglyI liked the family dynamic that was at play I thought that it was so authentic the family and each individual character seemed so real to me I also really liked the writing and the tonef the book It was very refreshing and it was felt uite uniue The nly problems I had was that it didn t completely reel me in and I just don t think it s will end up being very memorable for me I would recommend this I would read by David Chariandy I received a copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review This is what I call a bittersweet story through and through It s beautiful the relationship between the two brothers tremendously touching and yet it s also harrowing and frustrating Why does it have to be this way Why can t we change the situation What about love What about loveI wish I didn t have to pause each time I m picking up a Canadian title to congratulate myself for picking up a Canadian title but alas I rarely seem to give attention to non US books And that s a shame because I live in Canada And as a Canadian resident I am proud this book If it had Canadian resident I am proud f book If it had awful I don t think I would have even mentioned its Canadianness Yes I know it s not a word Word But it s not it s gorgeously writtenThe author mentions at the end f the book that it took him a long time to write it despite the short amount f pages and I believe him completely It him a long time to write it despite the short amount Daddy Lost Me At Poker (Eroticulture) (English Edition) of pages and I believe him completely It a short but impactful story There are many characters and yet it feels as though they are each given the right amountf attention I can t even point Orb: A Tale of Alien Pregnancy out whichne I liked best because while the narrator is someone I would love to get to know Witchopoly on a personal level there s also Francis who I respect Jelly I really want to hug tight the mother I want to care for and Aisha I am dying to have a conversation with I feel like she has so much to teach me There are alsof course characters I want to punch But now I realize they re not even worth the energy Don t even deserve me thinking about them Bastards Anyways there is uite a lot to love about this book and if you re the kind Dear Chandler, Dear Scarlett: A Grandfather's Thoughts on Faith, Family, and the Things That Matter Most of reader who fidgets uncomfortably when you hear literary fiction because what does that mean really worry not for this is a short evenly paced and necessary portrayalf brotherly love racial relations complicated grief and boundaries that sometimes need to be broken Blog Youtube Twitter Instagram Google Bloglovin Absolutely blew me away From the first page I just knew I d be utterly destroyed by the end It just takes a while to get used to the sudden jumps in timeline Chapters have no headings Asesinato en una Lavandería China (Fondo Editorial Tierra Adentro or identifiable differences fromne another to mark whether the new chapter exists in the past r present so ne must read a few pages f each chapter to reorient neself in terms Beyond Time Travel - Exploring Our Parallel Worlds: Amazing Real Life Stories in the News (Time Travel Books Book 1) of plot and storylineABsolutely incrediblene Boarding House of Hunks of my all time canadian favorites I highly recommend it 45 stars The reviewsf some Goodreads friends had previously put BROTHER n my radar Canada Reads 2019 bumped this book to the top f my to be read list I want to read the five finalists before the debates begin I have Bec (The Demonata, one left to read and it isn hold at the local public library Praise for BROTHER Mesmerizing Poetic Achingly soulful BROTHER is a pitch perfect song The Further Mishaps of Charlie Chumpkins of masculinity and tenderness andf the ties f family and community Lawrence Hill author f THE BOOK OF NEGROES and THE ILLEGAL I love this novel Riveting composed charged with feeling BROTHER surrounds us with music and aspiration fidelity and beauty Madeleine Thien author f DO NOT SAY WE HAVE NOTHING BROTHER diffracts the spare light toward feeling again after tragedy Chariandy deftly assembles that which has come apart in the life f a Black family their privacies assaulted their desires unmet. T hopes f all three are violently irrevocably thwarted by a tragic eventBeautifully written and extraordinarily powerful Brother is a novel f deep humanity which provides a profound insight into love family pportunity and gri.

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