Canadian Literature’s Issue 219 (Winter 2013), Contested Migrations is now available! The issue features articles by Vinh Nguyen, Mariam Pirbhai, Rachel Bower, Maude Lapierre, J. I. Little, David Williams, and more.
Reviewed by Lynn (J.R.) Wytenbroek
A good children’s book is enjoyable for children or young people to read, and has something to offer beyond simple enjoyment. A great children’s book has something valuable to say to both children and adults, while entertaining both. If It Rains Tomorrow, Can We Go Home? is neither entertaining nor meaningful. The story is about a girl and her brother from Toronto staying in a run-down log cabin on her uncle’s farm while their mother sorts herself out after her husban […more…]