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Table of Contents

Volume XXII Number 10
November 6, 2015

Book Reviews
Can Dojo Daytrip.
  Chris Tougas.
Review by Amber Allen.
Preschool-grade 1 / Ages 2-6.
Can An Inuksuk Means Welcome.
  Mary Wallace.
Review by Rebecca King.
Preschool-grade 2 / Ages 3-7.
Can Pig the Fibber.
  Aaron Blabey.
Review by Nikita Griffioen.
Preschool-grade 1 / Ages 4-6.
Can Mr. Postmouse’s Rounds.
  Marianne Dubuc. Translated by Yvette Ghione.
Review by Saeyong Kim.
Preschool-grade 2 / Ages 4-7.
Can Gerbil, Uncurled. (A Tell-Me-More! Storybook).
  Alison Hughes. Illustrated by Suzanne Del Rizzo.
Review by Roxy Garstad.
Preschool-grade 2 / Ages 4-7.
Can The Little Book of Big Fears.
  Monica Arnaldo.
Review by Karyn Miehl.
Kindergarten-grade 2 / Ages 5-7.
Can Traveling Butterflies.
  Susumu Shingu.
Review by Meredith Cleversey.
Kindergarten-grade 3 / Ages 5-8.
Can The Bureau of Misplaced Dads.
  Éric Veillé. Illustrated by Pauline Martin. Translated by Yvette Ghione.
Review by Christina Quintiliani.
Grades 1-3 / Ages 6-8.
Can The Ghost and Max Monroe. Case #2, The Missing Zucchini. (The Ghost and Max Monroe).
  L. M. Falcone. Illustrated by Kim Smith.
Review by Harriet Minuk.
Grades 1-5 / Ages 6-10.
Can The Enchanted Egg. (Magical Animal Adoption Agency, #2).
  Kallie George. Illustrated by Alexandra Boiger.
Review by Janet Beauchamp.
Grades 2-5 / Ages 7-10.
Can Kid Athletes: True Tales of Childhood from Sports Legends.
  David Stabler. Illustrated by Doogie Horner.
Review by Thomas F. Chambers.
Grades 3-6 / Ages 8-11.
Can Avalanche! (Survival).
  Frieda Wishinsky. Illustrated by Norman Lanting.
Review by Deborah Mervold.
Grades 4-9 / Ages 9-14.
Can This I Know.
  Michael Pendergast. Illustrated by Joanne Snook-Hann.
Review by Dave Jenkinson.
Grades 4 and up / Ages 9 and up.
Can Elephant Man.
  Mariangela Di Fiore. Illustrated by Hilde Hodnefjeld. Translated by Rosie Hedger.
Review by Gregory Bryan and Andrea Boyd.
Grades 4 and up / Ages 9 and up.
Can DNA Detective.
  Tanya Lloyd Kyi. Illustrated by Lil Crump.
Review by Barbara McMillan.
Grades 6-9 / Ages 11-14.
Can Unleashed. (Retribution).
  Sigmund Brouwer.
Review by Callie Martin.
Grades 7-11 / Ages 12-16.
Can Burned. (Retribution).
  Natasha Deen.
Review by Tabitha Nordby.
Grades 7 and up / Ages 12 and up.
Can Exposed. (Retribution).
  Judith Graves.
Review by Gillian Lapenskie.
Grades 9-11 / Ages 14-16.
Can Red: A Haida Manga.
  Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas.
Review by Crystal Sutherland.
Grades 9-12 / Ages 14-17.

Professional Reading

Can Stop the Stress in Schools: Mental Health Strategies Teachers Can Use to Build a Kinder Gentler Classroom.
  Joey Mandel.
Review by Betty Klassen.

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