Monthly Archives: March 2014

Guelph’s Very Own: Thomas King

We have many celebrated authors that live among us in the Royal City including Mary Swan, Edeet Ravel, Nicholas Ruddock, Adwoa Badoe, Jean Little and of course Robert Munsch, just to name a few. But there is one Guelph author and academic … Continue reading

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The Importance of Reading and Reading Communities

Every year there is a school project that brings students to Guelph Public Library researching the importance of books and reading.  A worthy project.  Information staff rely on articles from online databases and books like: Alberto Manguel – A Reader … Continue reading

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Best Bets for Spring Reading

I’m sure I speak for the majority of Canadians when I say that we have just about had enough of the snow and extreme cold, but keep the faith! Spring is coming in a few weeks! To get you through … Continue reading

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