The 2007 Saskatchewan Book Awards Shortlists were announced Thursday afternoon at news conferences in both Regina and Saskatoon. The list of titles is once again a testament to the great quality and variety of writing produced in the province today.Categories: Awards, Saskatoon, Publishing News
Parents are offered guidelines for specific conversations with their children. I appreciated reading Boteach's perspectives on fundamental aspects of family. The book gives parents or guardians of children avenues for strenghtening or establishing better relationships. This book may be for those who are raising children but carries wisdom for any who read it.Categories: Reviews, Staff Pick, Saskatoon
Saskatchewan readers will have the chance to vote for their favourite new Saskatchewan book for the inaugural Reader's Choice Award. Sponsored by the Regina Public Library, the book to receive the most votes during the month of September will be awarded the new Readers’ Choice Award. The author of the winning title will receive the award's $2,000 cash prize at the Saskatchewan Book Awards Gala in November.Categories: Awards, buzz, Saskatoon
Amber Thody, who used to manage McNally Robinson for Kids in Saskatoon, points us to a great book blog out of New Zealand:
I was very happy to see the familiar logo as I called up Beattie's blog this morning. it's the source for everything one ought to know about the English language book industry down here; everybody in the industry reads it religiously; so now Australia and New Zealand will know about the wonders of McNally Robinson Booksellers!
Graham Beattie is a consultant within the New Zealand publishing industry, a book reviewer, book blogger and a former Managing Director/Publisher of Penguin Books NZ Ltd., and Scholastic NZ Ltd. Former Books & Poetry Editor, Citymix Magazine.
Thanks Amber!Categories: websites, Saskatoon
Bookninja has been celebrating their fourth year of existence with a contest. Submit a photo of yourself reading their site, or posing with their logo, and you could win a t-shirt. It may sound silly, but if Saskatoon author Leona Theis is a proud ninja, maybe you could be too.
I bet a bookninja tattoo would win easily. Then again, maybe a t-shirt isn't quite worth a tattoo. Hold off on that until they turn ten, when I'm sure they'll be giving away ninja-branded iPods.
Previously: Welcome Bookninjas!Categories: Authors, Fun, websites, Saskatoon, Contests and Giveaways
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