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Crwth Press Launch

Growing Up in Wild Horse Canyon by Karen Autio, illustrated by Loraine Kemp Isobel’s Stanley Cup by Kristin Butcher For more information, click Crwth Press Launch Party

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Starting Points: Heather Kellerhals-Stewart discussing SAR powderhounds

An ongoing series wherein CWILL BC writers and illustrators connect a picture or an item to one of their books. This photo perfectly captures the ultimate dream of many skiers – the untracked slope draped in fresh powder snow. But … Continue reading

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Starting Points: Darlene Foster discussing Amanda in England: The Missing Novel

An ongoing series wherein CWILL BC writers and illustrators connect a picture or an item to one of their books. I’m not morbid but I’ve always loved graveyards. When other children played games and sports during summer holidays, my aunt … Continue reading

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Starting Points: Ellen Schwartz discussing Avalanche Dance

An ongoing series wherein CWILL BC writers and illustrators connect a picture or an item to one of their books. These toe slippers were my prized possession in grade 9. I had been taking ballet lessons in New York City, … Continue reading

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Karen Autio’s latest book: Sabotage (Watch the trailer!)

Karen Autio, seen with fellow CWILL member, Rie Charles, at Hooked on Books during the Penticton Outdoor Market on Saturday. Listen to Karen talk about Sabotage here: Listen to Karen’s CBC radio interview here: http://www.cbc.ca/daybreaksouth/2013/09/26/third-book-by-kelowna-author-now-out/

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