CM Magazine: CM Volume 1 Number 7
Volume 1 Number 7
July 28, 1995
Table of Contents
From the Editor
Shall We have More Features?
- Weird Animals
- Bobbie Kalman and Tammy Everts
- Review by Brian Rountree
- Grades K-3 / Ages 5-10
Keepers of Life
- Michael J. Caduto and Joseph Bruchac
- Review by MaryLynn Gagne
- Adult -- Grades 1 - 7 / Ages 5 - 12.
The Defenders. (Part of the Discovering Canada series.)
- Robert Livesey, Illustrated by A.G. Smith.
- Review by Dave Jenkinson
- Grades 4-8/ Ages 9-13
- Review by Lorrie Andersen.
- Grades 10 - 13 / Ages 15 - 18.
- Review by A. Edwardsson.
- Grades 11 - 12 / Ages 15+.
Canadian Children's Book Centre announces short-list for Bilson Award
for Historical Fiction for Young People.
The Internet and the Future of Organized Knowledge
- Part III
- "If knowledge is food for then mind, then for the
individual mind to survive in an intellectual environment where
exposure to the Human Encyclopedia is greater than ever before,
for the first time in the history of thought we desperately need
to learn how to balance our diet."
- Article by Luciano Floridi
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