GINTA – Building a better world, one book at a time

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CANADA READS 2018 has wrapped up. The winning book is Forgiveness by Mark Sakamoto, defended by Jeanne Beker. I am looking forward to reading it; the rest that were in the ‘battle of the books’ too.

The stack of books I am reading now is high enough to make me rethink the previous sentence. But that is the trouble (and the wonder) of books: once you get the bug, you won’t be rid of it easily.

I grew up with bookshelves that covered entire walls, two rows of books on each. I found answers, laughter, heartbreak, and inspiration as I turned the pages. I got to know people better because I read the books they recommended. I found solace in books many a time when life caught my fingers in the door.

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