Tag Archives: Heather O’Neill

35. The Girl Who Was Saturday Night (Heather O’Neill)

The Girl Who Was Saturday Night tells the bleak stories of twins, Nicholas and Nousckha, who had spent their childhood being paraded on television programs by their famous father, Etienne.  They had grown up in the spotlight of his folksinging but without … Continue reading

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Heather O’Neill: Hotel Dallavalle Author Series

“No child is a tale of abuse, they still have all this magic inside them” Niagara-on-the-Lake was a beautiful setting to meet Heather O’Neill at the Hotel Dallavalle Author Series.  Heather is the author of Lullabies for Little Criminals which was … Continue reading

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26. lullabies for little criminals (Heather O’Neill)

Inspired by Canada Reads 2016, I reviewed past Canada Reads winners and chose Lullabies for Little Criminals (2007 Canada Reads winner) which had also been recommended by a friend.  Still feeling under the weather, I spent most of the day reading the … Continue reading

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