Seven people with ties to New Brunswick tell about their favourite Christmas or “winter season” stories this month. I’ll highlight a title every other day from now until December 25. Here’s Patrick Lacroix, Executive Director of Elementary Literacy Inc.
Seven people with ties to New Brunswick tell about their favourite Christmas or “winter season” stories this month. I’ll highlight a title every other day from now until December 25. Here’s Terry Seguin, host of CBC’s Information Morning Fredericton.
RIEL NASON I spotted Riel’s Twitter feed via Goose Lane Editions (her publisher) a while ago and look forward to her tweets about writing and nature. As a novelist, involved parent and volunteer librarian at her children’s school, Riel knows literature. I’m eager to show her recommended titles to my daughter. Connection to NB: I… Read more »
RAY SEAWARD I’ve known Ray almost 20 years and consider him a bon vivant (direct translation: “good” + “person who is living”). He’s informed me about excellent music, movies and social sciences. Today he recommends children’s books, and I’m glad to hear and check out any titles he shares. Connection to NB: I am a New Brunswicker… Read more »
Connection to NB: grew up and lives in Saint John area
Children: Keira & Anna
Very positive and amusing, AJ works with words (senior technical writer) and teaches Zumba classes. If there were more hours in the day I feel she’d be teaching elementary school, too, so I wanted to hear what she considers good literature for youths.
ANDREW SISK Connection to NB: grew up in Chipman; currently living in Montreal Child: Elliott (2 – 2.5 years old) Since meeting him during our education degree, I’m always curious to get Andrew’s well-said opinions on teaching, music, writing and social topics. As he’s growing his own child now, I’ll share his thoughtful perspectives on… Read more »
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