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The Globe and Mail Bestsellers for the week of Jan. 29, 2022
Tennessee school district bans graphic novel Maus about the Holocaust over ‘inappropriate language’
26 new books coming out this winter to brighten up the darkest season
Page-turning thrillers to keep the chills in your books
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A new look at George III – the much maligned British monarch during the American Revolution
Five recent queer books that untangle what family means today
The Globe and Mail Bestsellers for the week of Jan. 22, 2022
Toronto author Mark Schatzker says the secret to healthy eating is pleasure
Who betrayed Anne Frank? Canadian author details surprising findings of cold-case investigation
The Globe and Mail Bestsellers for the week of Jan. 15, 2022
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Understanding Russia through two books
How the pandemic has highlighted the importance of libraries
Shakespeare’s First Folio acquired by UBC in ‘once-in-eternity’ purchase
Author Lawrence Hill swims in the children’s book waters with his children as inspiration
Lawrence Hill
The Globe and Mail Bestsellers for the week of Jan. 8, 2022
Six new titles penned during the pandemic era tackle themes of consumerism and cults
Gaelic version of Anne of Green Gables brings beloved story to its roots
an appreciation of anne rice
Anne Rice’s depiction and affirmation of gay and transgender people influenced those in the LGBTQ community
Three new books take inspiration from the animal world with stories spotlighting creatures big and small
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Write What You Know: Three recent novels about writers
In her new historical novel The Singing Forest, author Judith McCormack delves into the dark Soviet past
The Canadian books we’re most excited about in 2022
Ontario psychiatrist explores the mind’s ties to every part of the body in new book
The Globe and Mail Bestsellers for the week of Dec. 25, 2021
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Mayukh Sen celebrates seven immigrant women’s contributions to U.S. food culture in Taste Makers
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Joan Didion, author and essayist, dies at 87
Power at the university: Books that explore higher education as the rehearsal room for democracy
Simona Chiose
Simona Chiose
Readers are desperate for books, and publishers want to sell them. Between them is a global logistical mess
The Globe and Mail Bestsellers for the week of Dec. 18, 2021
14 books from 2021 that will bring comfort and joy to your holiday reading
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Anne Rice, author of gothic novels including Interview With the Vampire, dies at 80
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Leadership advice gets reframed for the pandemic era in these three books by women
The Globe and Mail Bestsellers for the week of Dec. 11, 2021
Mark Carney, Stephen Bown named co-winners of National Business Book Award
Canada’s book retailers offer great gift ideas for the holidays
Authors Esi Edugyan and Rinaldo Walcott on being Black in Canada, finding a voice and what brings them joy