I Read Canadian Day
Thank you so very much to all participants, and we take this opportunity to invite you to continue to read our Canadian authors' books, an integral part of our Library's collections!
I Read Canadian Day is a new nationwide initiative that celebrates the richness, diversity and breadth of Canadian literature.
The purpose of this event is to raise awareness of Canadian books and celebrate the richness, diversity and breadth of Canadian literature.
WHEN: February 19th, 2020.
ACTION: We challenge the nation to “Read Canadian” for 15 minutes and to share their experience at their library, in their school, with their families and friends, or on social media Young people are encouraged to read, or be read to, a Canadian book of their choice.
Canada Reads 2020
What is the one book all of Canada should read? It's time for Canada Reads 2020.
Over four days in March, the five defenders will bring their diverse perspectives to this year's theme: One book to bring Canada into focus.
The contenders and their chosen books are:
Alayna Fender defending ''Small Game Hunting at the Local Coward Gun Club'', by Megan Gail Coles
Akil Augustine defending ''Radicalized'', by Cory Doctorow
Amanda Brugel defending ''We Have Always Been Here'', by Samra Habib
Kaniehtiio Horn defending ''Son of a Trickster'', by Eden Robinson
George Canyon defending ''From the Ashes'', by Jesse Thistle
Get a copy of these books at our Library!
For your information, the Casselman Public Library will remain open this Thursday February 13th, 2020 if there's a school strike.
See you soon!