Searching for Natural Darkness in an Age of Artificial Light A book about much more than just light pollution.
The End of Night from Hachette Book Group.
Paul Bogard’s The End of Night is one of those genre-bending books that nearly defies categorization. While Amazon places it in the Science & Math category, it . . . → Read More: The End of Night
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield was in Vancouver tonight at the beautiful Orpheum Theatre to sing, talk, and share stories, pictures and videos of his early life, his successful launches into space and his missions aboard the International Space Station (ISS). He looked extremely natural and genuine on the stage, and answered questions thoroughly and thoughtfully. . . . → Read More: Chris Hadfield at the Orpheum in Vancouver
One thing I’ve always loved about Pulp Fiction Books on Main Street is the two sets of shelves that flank the front door. Each cubby hole houses two books — one facing the window, the other turned to the store. The selection of books on display seems to change pretty frequently, and often lures . . . → Read More: An ode to Pulp Fiction Books, and used book stores in general
A collection of Calvin and Hobbes comic strips to use in the classroom
Calvin has never enjoyed much about school: the bullying, the homework, and perhaps his least favourite of all, the tests. He certainly is creative though, and comes up with some gems for answers.
And speaking of trick questions, perhaps . . . → Read More: Calvin and Hobbes at school
The Calvin and Hobbes Tenth Anniversary Book
Recently I was asked by someone what book I would bring with me if I was going to be stuck on an island for eternity. I thought about it for a long while before deciding on The Calvin and Hobbes Tenth Anniversary Book. I had toyed with the . . . → Read More: The Calvin and Hobbes Tenth Anniversary Book – Review