Canada in the Great Power Game 1914-2014
Written in My Own Heart's Blood
No Safe House
The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir Who Got Trapped in an IKEA Wardrobe
Larger Than Life (Novella)
The Rise & Fall of Great Powers
Love Letters
A Spy Among Friends
A Perfect Life
The One & Only
Close Your Eyes, Hold Hands

The Arcade: Episode 24, Flaming Centaur Package

We speak with New York Magazine’s Adam Sternbergh about his new sci-fi noir, Shovel Ready.

No Place to Hide
The Tastemakers
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On how food trends reflect the world we live in, by the author of The Tastemakers: Why We’re Crazy for Cupcakes but Fed Up With Fondue . Case study: a man comes of age between two very different eras of “big yogurt.”

2014 National Business Book Award Winner

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No Relation
All My Puny Sorrows

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The Son

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The Lincoln Myth
SECRET Revealed
The Confabulist

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Crimes Against My Brother

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The Dukan Diet Made Easy
Disobeying Hitler

In Memory of Farley Mowat

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Moving Forward Sideways Like a Crab
The Sobo Cookbook

Gifts for Grads

Creativity, Inc.

In Memory of Alistair MacLeod

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Keep Your Friends Close
Sea of Shadows
The Bear

I come from Leningrad. With my bare hands, I have killed one man. I was born on August 15, 1896, and at that instant I became an object moving through space toward you.

Landing Gear
Veronica Mars: An Original Mystery by Rob Thomas

Opening Heaven’s Door: What the Dying May be Trying to Tell Us About Where They’re Going

The Martian
All Our Names

Winner of the 2013 Story Prize

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Essential Short Story Collections

In Memory of Mavis Gallant

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The People's Platform
The Future of the Mind

The Canadian Children’s Book Centre’s Best Books For Kids and Teens

Legends, Icons & Rebels
Mo's Mustache

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Under the Wide and Starry Sky
Still Life with Bread Crumbs
My Age of Anxiety

“Fascinating, thought-provoking…. [Know the Night] should be required reading for anyone who works with a child with disabilities and recommended reading for everyone else…. It is a literary gift.”

—Lynn Kern Koegel, Ph.D., author of Overcoming Autism

The Brilliance of Lorrie Moore

Vienna Nocturne
The Lemon Grove
All the Broken Things
The Book Thief
The Wolf of Wall Street (Movie Tie-in Edition)
An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth

New York Times Notable Non-Fiction: 2013

As I was reading “Duty,” probably one of the best Washington memoirs ever, I kept thinking that Robert M. Gates clearly has no desire to work in the federal government again in his life. That evidently is a fertile frame of mind in which to write a book like this one.

Thomas E. Ricks, New York Times

New York Times Notable Fiction: 2013

Hazlitt #1

She is, and has been for decades, one of our most important writers, one whose work represents all the most essential and pleasurable aspects of literature, and which reminds us of what great literature is: You know it when you see it.

The Globe and Mail

Alice Munro: Winner of Nobel Prize for Literature

The Lowland
The Encyclopedia of Early Earth
The Harem Midwife
Sycamore Row
Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy

Things could change so entirely, in a heartbeat; the world could be made entirely anew, because someone was kind.

The History of the Giller

Orange Is the New Black (Movie Tie-in Edition)
The Reason I Jump

“Such pure pop storytelling that reading it is like hearing the best song of summer squirt out of the radio. Both the author and his subjects are so audacious that they frequently made me laugh out loud.”

Dwight Garner, New York Times


The Stark Trilogy

Crazy Rich Asians
Lawrence in Arabia
Lean In
The Spark

A can of Coca-Cola contains roughly nine teaspoons of sugar. Lunchables were created as a way to revive a flagging interest in bologna. People like chips that snap with about 2,812 kilograms of pressure per square metre.

The National

Life After Life

[V]ivid and illuminating, astonishing in its range and toughness, and simultaneously an expression of love and regret for all that has been lost.

Antanas Sileika, author of Underground and Woman in Bronze and Director of the Humber School for Writers

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Gone Girl

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