Book Reviews, Human Rights, Single Parenting, Uncategorized

From Hope & Despair, a story of strength in the face of adversity

On March 9, 2017 Vancouver Island University welcomed Monia Mazigh, author and human rights advocate to speak with students about Islamophobia, human rights and her two novels, Hope & Despair, and Hope Has Two Daughters. Monia, a Canadian Citizen, didn’t set out to be a human rights advocate, though she was catapulted into the position… Continue reading From Hope & Despair, a story of strength in the face of adversity

#Elizabetan, Book Reviews, Carole P Roman, Elizabethan England

If You Were Me and Lived In… Elizabethan England – Book Review

Carole P Roman is quickly becoming one of my favourite authors, and not just for my girls either. I actually thoroughly enjoy reading her books on my own, but also as a family activity. The books bring history alive and really do provide kids with an eye opening journey through what life would have been… Continue reading If You Were Me and Lived In… Elizabethan England – Book Review