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As a professor I am very busy and rarely, if ever, have time to read for
pleasure. But I do usually enjoy the books I read as part of my research and teaching.
Presently, I am browsing through a number of books including: Other Destinies by ; I Thought Pocahontas was a Movie edited by and ; The Colonizer's Model of the World by ; 1491: New Revelations of the Americas Before Columbus by ; One Native Life by and any poetry by or .
For pure fun or relaxation I read Winnie the Pooh (I have many collections). Or the Library Lion or laugh over cat pics and sayings in cat calendars.
When I'm writing well I don't read much and so for the past year I have a stack of books waiting to be started or finished. And because I write late into the night and get up very early, I don't have a night-table; in fact I don't often use a bed. I unroll a sleeping bag on the floor of my office with the cats so my wife can sleep through the night. A lot of books get read not at home, but in various places as I travel.
I like to read far above my weight. It shows me what writing can be when its done right.
The Manitoba Writers' Guild and the Association of Manitoba Book Publishers have announced the Manitoba Book Awards shortlists. Winners will be announced at the Manitoba Book Awards Gala on Sunday, April 25, 2010, at the Centre Culturel Franco-Manitobain, 340 boulevard Provencher. A pre-awards reception will begin at 7:00 p.m. and the ceremony will run from 8:00-10:00 p.m. Admission is free and the event is open to the public. This year's ceremony will be hosted by Neil Besner, Vice President and former Dean of Arts of the University of Winnipeg. Since the event's inception in 1989, during which a single award (the McNally Robinson Book of the Year) was presented, The Manitoba Book Awards has grown to feature 13 categories. Nominees and winners are selected by jurors drawn from across Manitoba and Canada.Categories: Awards
Independent booksellers in the United States each year choose what they think are the best books published for children. The list is big, as is the American Booksellers Association that sponsors these awards. The reason this list is of interest to us is because we wonder if these choices will appeal to Canadian readers as well.Categories: Reviews
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