Since I had written a series on "Why I Love to read", I was interested in this information, put out by the National Reading Campaign.
Heres' another activity:
Blind Date with a Canadian Book: Didn’t your mother tell you not to judge a book by its cover? Moose Javians (that’s actually what they call themselves!) who stop into the popular cafe 23 Main Street can pick up a book wrapped in plain paper. On the house! There will be some hints about the book’s content written on the paper, but it will otherwise be a completely blind date with a Canadian book.
But my favourite:
Moose Jaw is a great town with 47 fascinating murals painted on the buildings. I would love to have been there for World Book Week and see Robert Sawyer's words posted throughout the town.