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Boreal Book Club: Hana Khan Carries On by Uzma Jalaluddin

Welcome to STYLE Canada’s Boreal Book Club: a monthly meeting narrated by Erin Catto, (reviewer at Girl Well Read),  for bookworms who are looking to...

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Our 2021: Summer Reads

Whether you want to read by the beach, the pool, or in your living room during a well deserved staycation, the STYLE desk put together a list of summer reads...

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Boreal Book Club: The Relatives by Camilla Gibb

Welcome to STYLE Canada’s Boreal Book Club: a monthly meeting narrated by Erin Catto, (reviewer at Girl Well Read),  for bookworms who are looking to...

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Boreal Book Club: Everyone In This Room Will Someday Be Dead by Emily R. Austin

Welcome to STYLE Canada’s Boreal Book Club: a monthly meeting narrated by Erin Catto, (reviewer at Girl Well Read),  for bookworms who are looking to...

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Boreal Book Club: Lucky By Marissa Stapley

Welcome to STYLE Canada’s Boreal Book Club: a monthly meeting narrated by Erin Catto, (reviewer at Girl Well Read),  for bookworms who are looking to...

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Boreal Book Club: A Town Called Solace By Mary Lawson

Welcome to STYLE Canada’s Boreal Book Club: a monthly meeting narrated by Erin Catto, (reviewer at Girl Well Read),  for bookworms who are looking to...

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Boreal Book Club: The Push By Ashley Audrain

Welcome to STYLE Canada’s Boreal Book Club: a monthly meeting narrated by Erin Catto, (reviewer at Girl Well Read),  for bookworms who are looking to...

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Our Planet, Our Future: An Earth Day Interview With Melaina Gasbarrino Of Salt To Tree

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Boreal Book Club: Our Darkest Night By Jennifer Robson

Welcome to STYLE Canada’s Boreal Book Club: a monthly meeting narrated by Erin Catto, (reviewer at Girl Well Read), for bookworms who are looking to...

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9 Empowering Reads For International Women’s Day

“There are only a half dozen men of letters (and no women) worth printing,” said Nobel Prize-winning poet T.S. Eliot. As an aspiring writer, most of the...

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