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What To Read This Month: 12 Books Hitting Shelves In April

In Adult, Biography, Book Lovers, Children, Comics and Graphic Novels, Crime, Fantasy, History, Lists, Literary Fiction, Memoir, Middle Grade, Mystery, New Releases, Non-Fiction, Romance, Sci-Fi, Science Fiction, Sexuality, Suspense/Thriller, TBR, Young Adult by Trish Parsons

If you like to keep up with new book releases, then we’ve got you covered. Here are 12 books, from literary fiction to graphic novels that are coming out this …

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Ah, The Suspense! The 2017 Winner Of Canada Reads Is….

In Animals, Autobiography, Book News, Bookish Contests, Contemporary, Drama, Dystopian, Human Interest, Literary Fiction, Memoir, Mystery, Native American, News, Non-Fiction, Poetry, Politics, Relationships, Sci-Fi, Science Fiction, Spirituality, Suspense/Thriller, Women by Melanie Pitman

Drum roll please…………. After four days of facts, emotion, discussion, and debate….. Fifteen Dogs has been crowned the 2017 Canada Reads champion. It is THE book that Canada needs to read …

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Tell It To Me Again: 9 YA Retellings Of Fairytales And Classics Hitting Shelves In 2017

In Book News, Classics, Contemporary, Emily Bronte, Fantasy, Jane Austen, L. Frank Baum, Lists, Mystery, New Releases, Performing Arts, Poetry, Relationships, Romance, Satire, Sci-Fi, Science Fiction, Shakespeare, TBR, William Shakespeare, Young Adult by Christianna Marks

I don’t know about the rest of you, but even in the midst of all the retellings out in the world, I still get excited when I see that one …

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Hey Hosers! Here Are The Finalists For Canada Reads!

In Animals, Author Spotlight, Authors, Autobiography, Book Lovers, Book News, Bookish Contests, Bookish Events, Crime, Crime Fiction, Drama, Dystopian, Earth & The Environment, Human Interest, Mystery, Native American, Nature, News, Reading, Relationships, Sci-Fi, Science Fiction, Women by Melanie Pitman

The Canada Reads battle of the books is so close, you can smell it! On March 27th through the 30th, all Canadian bibliophiles will have their TVs, radios, and laptops …