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One eRead Canada with Kim Thúy’s Vi begins

One eReadOne eRead Canada / Un livrel Canada runs from January 1–31, 2021.

Share in the One eRead Canada national reading experience! From January 1–30, Kim Thúy’s celebrated novel, Vi, the story of her escape from Vietnam and journey of self-discovery, will be available in digital formats with no waitlists and no holds thanks to public libraries across the country.

Join discussions about the book on the One eRead Canada Facebook group and live virtual conversations with Kim Thúy on January 19 in English and January 20 in French.

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