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Women Who Dig

by Rebecca Foster

Farming runs in the family for Trina Moyles: her great-grandmother emigrated from Ireland to Saskatchewan in 1925 and took over the running of the family’s farm when her husband and son left to fight in the Second World War. Women’s... Read More

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Atomic Road

by John M. Murray

This unusual, trippy historical epic is sure to stick in readers’ minds. A headstrong art critic embarks on a dark journey that bends the historical without breaking it in the compelling and unusual "Atomic Road" by Grant Buday. The... Read More

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The Slave

by Paige Van De Winkle

"The Slave" is a compact self-help book with exceptional accessibility and a profundity that encourages repeat reads. "The Slave" by Anand Dílvar deftly combines a fictional narrative with inspiring philosophy and advice, resulting in a... Read More

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The Night Lion

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Armed with a wooden sword for feeling strong and a hat for feeling tall, Morgan loves seeking adventure in the woods until a nightmare leaves him feeling scared and unsure. Luckily, the arrival of a stuffed lion is the perfect remedy and... Read More

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