The Next Chapter

Patrick deWitt, Charles Foran, Carmen Aguirre (Encore)

  "Think about that first tooth brush in 40 years... It would be a revelation."-- Patrick deWitt  In this episode: * Patrick deWitt on The Sisters Brothers* Charles Foran on Mordecai: The Life and Times* Carmen Aguirre on Something Fierce* Our Children's Book Panel recommends holiday reading for the young folks...
 
"Think about that first tooth brush in 40 years... It would be a revelation."
-- Patrick deWitt 

In this episode:

* Patrick deWitt on The Sisters Brothers
* Charles Foran on Mordecai: The Life and Times
* Carmen Aguirre on Something Fierce
* Our Children's Book Panel recommends holiday reading for the young folks

     * Michele Landsberg's picks:
          * April and Esme Tooth Fairies by Bob Graham
          * Plain Kate by Erin Bow
          * The Phantom Toll Booth by Norton Juster/ Jules Feiffer
          * Dear Canada: That Fatal Night: The Titanic Diary of Dorothy Wilton, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1912 by Sarah Ellis
          * Picture a Tree by Barbara Reid

     * Ken Setterington's picks: 
          * The Vole Brothers by Roslyn Schwartz  
          * Tilt by Alan Cumyn
          * True Blue by Deborah Ellis
          * Duped! by Andreas Schroeder/ Remy Simard
          * Dear Baobab by Cheryl Foggo/ Qin Leng
          * 50 Underwear Questions: A Bare All History by Tanya Lloyd Kyi/ Ross Kinnaird

     * Shelagh's pick:
          * Sad Sad Seth: The World's Greatest Writer by Jill and Katherine Bobula

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