Welcome to our weekly roundup of links that have caught our eye.
- Canadian author Jane Eaton Hamilton tackles the challenges of invisible disabilities in an essay for The New York Times.
- How books lit writer Rahawa Haile's journey as she hiked the Appalachian Trail.
- Michelle Butler Hallett explores gender and the world of Ami McKay's Witchy Women for Atlantic Books Today.
- Anna Pitoniak talks to CBC Books about how an unfinished journal became a novel.
- Book Riot picks 100 children's books for African American History Month.
- The Canada Reads contenders and their chosen books have been revealed. Get reading!
- Not sure how to talk about mental illness with kids? CBC Books lists 15 books for young readers that help end the stigma around mental health.
- Writing a book about the murder that rocked your town? Bobbi-Jean MacKinnon on the challenges of writing Shadow of Doubt (Quill & Quire).
- The trailer for Beauty and the Beast has gotten almost 9 million views in 3 days. Gaston credits himself.
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