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Book Panel 2 - Best CB Book Of 2011

The Information Morning Book Panel tells us their picks on the best Cape Breton Book of 2011, and the best non-fiction read. Bev McGee is with the McConnell Library in Sydney, Ken Chisholm is a playwright and writer, with a regular column in the Cape Breton Post. And, Paul MacDougall is an instructor in the Health Studies Department at Cape Breton University. We begin with Bev's pick -- a title called "The Reading Promise" by Alice Ozma. (runs 12:07)

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