Our Hours
Monday 10-6,
Tuesday to
Saturday 10-9, Sunday 10-5

Contact Us
Tel: 613.230.9165
Email: info@singingpebblebooks.ca

Our Staff
Singing Pebble Books is owned and operated by
Mika Weaver, with the expert help of Moira MacKinnon, Laura Rayner, Melanie Theriault and Nicole Demers.




Bodhi
Bodhi is a Miniature Golden Doodle who works several shifts a week as our Store Greeter.Having recently celebrated his fifth birthday, he is proving to be a natural at the job! He is developing quite a fan club, especially among our youngest visitors. Be sure to watch out for the friendly wriggle and the wagging tail (or he might be curled up on the couch catching a quick nap)!


Mika
A lifelong passion for books and shopping got Mika into the store. What got her to stay were family ties and the realization that being your own boss rocks. Her background in anthropology keeps her always open to new ideas and views. She enjoys the challenge of keeping up with her customers' requests and of going with the flow of popular demand. Her time outside the store is spent hanging out with her husband and three beautiful sons....and reading, of course!


Moira
Moira has been at Singing Pebble Books since March 2000. She loves to read and travel. She also loves animals. In January 2012 a Norwegian Elkhound puppy named Wulfrida joined her menagerie,which in addition comprises 3 cats, 2 Cockatoos and two rats. She travels more often than she can afford, and it is her ambition to visit every country in the world at least once, although since she purchased a house in Prince Edward Island her recent trips have all been to the Island. She currently has 6 sponsored kids (down from 10) (with 3 different agencies - World Vision, Children International and Save the Children). So far she has visited Sitonik and Phylis in Kenya, and Cintia and Anisberca in Dominican Republic. In June 2010 she visited three more of her children, Diarah in Mali, and Fatima and Safia in Niger. You can see a video of her visit to Diarah on her YouTube channel, MoiratheWanderer. Another of her passions is Kiva.org, an internet site where you can help entrepeneurs in Third World countries with micro-loans, from as little as $25.00! Moira has now made over 80 loans. Moira has also turned her love of baking into a way of raising money for charity, and you can now buy her gluten-free cookies at Cafe Qui Pense or Singing Pebble and help send a child to school in Zambia or Cameroon at the same time!




Send a Child to School in Zambia
This is a picture of Osborn and his sisters Thelma, Atness and Phiona in their new school uniforms and with the school supplies paid for by generous donations from the customers of Singing Pebble Books.For more information about Send a Child to School in Zambia, click here.





Singing Pebble Books has chosen the Okala Foundation as our charity of choice. This is a grassroots organization dedicated to helping a number of communities in Cameroon with education, health, clean water, and conservation. In addition, we are also sponsoring children from each school. For more information about the Okala Foundation and their campaigns click here.