CBC: Teen Reads Contest *Winner*;
Crushing the competition.
Teens promote their favourite books to see who will be the weekly winner.
Listen to the original interview here as a teens defend Crushed versus Girl Mans up.
Click here to listen to the winner announcement.
Listen to an interview with author Tanis Browning-Shelp discussing the
challenges facing Olympic hopeful, Maryn O'Brien.
As well as mainstream media, Canada has a number of magazines and websites exclusively devoted to reviewing books for young Canadian readers, written by Canadian authors. Some key sites are run by teachers, librarians and others involved in YA publishing.
The Maryn O’Brien Series has been reviewed and featured in some of those important print and online journals.
Resource Links: Published five times a year, Resource Links is Canada’s national journal devoted to the review and evaluation of Canadian English and French resources for children and young adults. Written by educators and librarians, its reviewers span the country from British Columbia to Newfoundland.
Resource Links gave the series a G Rating: Good, even great at times, generally useful.
You can read their reviews at the links below.
CM: Canadian Review of Materials: CM is an online publication which features reviews of books and other materials that are authored, illustrated and/or published by Canadians and that are produced for/of interest to children and adolescents. It’s a vital resource for Canadian school librarians.
Here’s a link to CM’s reviews (just enter Browning-Shelp in the search bar).
October 30th, 2018
A Gathering of Artists...
Local artists and musicians join together with Tanis Browning-Shelp to celebrate their artistic achievements.
April 23, 2017
I'm happy to share this Q&A article that is running in the current
issue of Ottawa's Mainstreeter Community Newspaper. It was wonderful
to meet with Editor Joe Paraskevas, catch up and chat about Crash Course.
Hope you enjoy the article!
January 12, 2017