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Danielle Bourgon

Danielle is an educator, theatre artist, and book lover from Toronto, Ontario. She acknowledges that this is the traditional territory of the Huron-Wendat, Haudenosaunee, and most recently, the territory of the Mississaugas of the New Credit where she is grateful to live and work. When she’s not drinking tea and reading on the couch, she’s recommending books to her students, friends, and family. She’s a feminist, a nerd, and a baker. Oh. And she has Hogwarts tattooed on her arm.

10 Bright Books for the Darkest Night of the Year

All My Favourite Authors Are Teachers

From Hermione to Vivek Shraya: How Reading Has Impacted My Views on Gender

The 25 Best Cookbooks of 2018 to Get You in the Kitchen

A round up of the best cookbooks from this year, featuring everything from vegan tacos to sweet potato pudding with clementines to Fillipino fenche.

K-Pop Albums Are Books

One Rioter discovers that a new passion, the music of K-Pop bands like BTS, actually has ties to her love of books. Yes. K-Pop albums are books.

5 Great Woodworking Books for Beginners, Plus Some Inspiration

A collection of woodworking books for beginners, ranging from DIY project designs to memoirs inspired by NBC's hit reality show Making It.

5 Suggestions for Book Festivals (Inspired by the FOLD Festival)

The Best Comics We Read in April 2018

Check out the list of the best comics we read in April.

Public Places to Read (Other Than a Café)

Reading (or working) in cafes has become a habit for most. Why not change it up? Next time you're heading out for an afternoon of reading take a look at this list of recommended public places to read that are a little more unexpected and a lot more fun.

Book References from the Track Listing of Janelle Monae’s Dirty Computer

A roundup of all of the literary references made in the track listing preview for Janelle Monae's Dirty Computer album.