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Joni Mitchell: In Her Own Words by Malka Marom was reviewed on blog Freda's Voice. Reviewer Freda Mans wrote: "A fantastic book! Whether you are a fan or just know who Joni Mitchell is, by the end of this book, you will be a fan."
Playing with Matches by Suri Rosen was reviewed on The Bulletin of The Center for Children’s Books. The reviewer said: "Besides being a sweet, big-hearted coming-of-age comedy, this offers a fascinating glimpse into the importance of the matchmaking role in observant Jewish communities."
The Urban Cycling Survival Guide: Need-to-Know Skills and Strategies for Biking in the City by Yvonne Bambrick received advance praise from Eleanor McMahon, MPP (Burlington, ON), and former CEO and Founder of Share the Road Cycling Coalition. McMahon said: “Yvonne Bambrick has written a book that will be loved — and well used — by cyclists of all ages. Her perspective gained as a result of her years as a cycling advocate offers rich context for this terrific book. The Urban Cycling Survival Guide will help cyclists not just survive, but thrive!”
The Urban Cycling Survival Guide: Need-to-Know Skills and Strategies for Biking in the City by Yvonne Bambrick received advance praise from Gabe Klein, former commissioner of Chicago and Washington, D.C., Department of Transportation and member of the NACTO Strategic Advisory Board. Klein said: “From wearing a skirt or dress shoes to picking a bike to riding safely in traffic, The Urban Cycling Survival Guide breaks the basics of cycling down into manageable and understandable chunks helpful to novices and experienced cyclists. This is cycling for the every-person.”
The Urban Cycling Survival Guide: Need-to-Know Skills and Strategies for Biking in the City by Yvonne Bambrick received advance praise from Dr. Faisal Moola, Ph.D., of the David Suzuki Foundation. Moola said: "With commuting costs climbing and environmental damage from car emissions increasing, cycling is becoming a more attractive form of urban transportation every day. In her charming book, renowned cycling advocate Yvonne Bambrick provides accessible and inspiring information on how we can get out of our cars and onto our bikes safely, thereby improving not only our communities but our own lives too."