Join Us In-Person for the Next Parent Book Review: February 22

Looking for the next good read? Interested in getting to know other CDS Parents while discussing a great book? Whether you are an avid reader, or just looking to curl up on a Sunday afternoon for a little escape, we encourage you to try this highly recommended book and join us for our next in-person gathering on Wednesday, February 22nd at 7 PM to discuss it.
Over the past few years we have held several virtual Parent Book Reviews where we discussed some wonderful books online. Next month’s book choice is Remarkably Bright Creatures by Shelby Van Pelt. Please join us for wine, cheese and conversation on Tuesday, February 22nd at 7 pm, accompanied by a lively book discussion led by Senior School Librarian, Melissa Rutledge.

This debut novel is a gentle reminder that sometimes taking a hard look at the past can help uncover a future that once felt impossible. The following is Goodreads' description of Remarkably Bright Creatures:

"A charming, witty and compulsively readable exploration of friendship, reckoning, and hope, tracing a widow's unlikely connection." 

We ask that you kindly let us know in advance if you are able to join us so that we can plan for numbers. Happy reading!

Land Acknowledgment

CDS wishes to recognize and acknowledge the land on which the school operates. For thousands of years, these have been the traditional lands of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. We also recognize the traditional territory of the Huron-Wendat, Anishinaabe and the Haudenosaunee peoples who also shared this land.  CDS respects the relationship with these lands and recognizes that our connection can be strengthened by our continued relationship with all First Nations, by acknowledging our shared responsibility to respect and care for these lands and waters for future generations.

School Information

13415 Dufferin Street King, Ontario L7B 1K5 
(905) 833-1220

Founded in 1972, The Country Day School is a co-educational private school offering programs in JK-12 and located on 100 acres north of Toronto in King.