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"When Nao returns to Tokyo to reconnect with her Japanese heritage, she books a yearlong stay at the Himawari sharehouse. There she meets Hyejung and Tina, two other girls who came to Japan to freely forge their own paths. The trio live together, share meals, and even attend the same Japanese-language school, which results in them becoming fast friends. But will they be able to hold one another up as life tests them with new loves, old heart breaks,...
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Saku is an ordinary young woman who works long hours and lives alone with her cat, Yukichi. Yukichi, however, is not an ordinary house cat. For one, the temperamental feline towers over Saku and walks around on two legs. Instead of playing with toy mice, he scours supermarket flyers for good deals and keeps the house spotless. With a pet like that, it's hard to tell who's taking care of who!
3) Girl in Dior
"The girl in Dior is Clara, a freshly hired chronicler, fan of fashion, and our guide in the busy corridors of the brand new house of Christian Dior. It's February 12, 1947, and the crème de la crème of Paris haute couture is flocking to the momentous event of Dior's first show. In a flurry of corolla shaped skirts, the parade of models file down the runway. The audience is mesmerized: it's a triumph. Carmel Snow of Harper's Bazaar cries out:...
Wendy was at a crossroads, but the next chapter of her adventures sees her leave Montreal and head west to Vancouver, then to Toronto, and finally to Los Angeles. Filled with sardonic wit and ample realness, Wendy has her eyes set on the art world and she's out for revenge.
"A powerfully illustrated graphic novel for teens about the subject of missing and murdered Indigenous people. Combining graphic fiction and non-fiction, this young adult graphic novel serves as a window into one of the unique dangers of being an Indigenous teen in Canada today. The text of the book is derived from excerpts of a letter written to the Winnipeg Chief of Police by fourteen-year-old Brianna Jonnie -- a letter that went viral and in which...