Canada Reads in a Nutshell:
For those not familiar with what Canada Reads is all about, it’s a moderated debate competition where panelists advocate a Canadian Literature (CanLit) they think Canada should read given a specific theme.
The theme for 2016 focuses on starting over — for migrants, immigrants and others whom are forced or choose to make transformative changes in their lives. (Paraphrased from CBC.)
Continue reading [Canada Reads 2016] Shortlist + Panelists →
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Canada Reads 2015:
One Book To Break Barriers
The one book that could have broken barriers, challenged stereotypes, and changed perspectives did not win Canada Reads 2015.
(The discussions below are from a Canadian perspective but the issues concern everyone.)
Continue reading [Think Aloud] – #12 – Canada Reads 2015: One Book To Break Barriers →