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New YA novel The Lake and the Library by S.M. Beiko was reviewed in the May 18th, 2013 edition of the Winnipeg Free Press. Reviewer Helen Norrie says of the book: "The Lake and the Library could be called a tribute to the power of books, and it is certainly an auspicious first novel by a new Winnipeg author."
After the Error, a collection of case studies outlining what patients affected by medical errors, their families, and immediate healthcare providers have done to prevent others from enduring similar experiences, was recently reviewed in the Winnipeg Free Press. Reviewer Evelyn Lundeen writes, "After the Error is a compelling collection of 16 case studies from across Canada . . . the authors do an admirable job in presenting their evidence.”
Canadian Geographic recently reviewed The Origin of Feces by David Waltner-Toews. Reviewer Nic Walker writes, "At the heart (or gut) of The Origin of Feces is the idea that whether we like it or not, excrement is not only connected to every aspect of our lives but is also a crucial ingredient of life itself...Those sorts of ideas, along with a load of surprising facts and a good dose of levity (your inner five-year-old will think the poop jokes are hilarious), make for an enjoyably absorbing and profound read."
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