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Gift Card Draw!


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The Shadow Land
Elizabeth Kostova
Paperback | Mar 2018
in store $24.00
Principles to Live By
David Adams Richards
Paperback | Mar 2018
in store $22.00
Tangerine
Christine Mangan
Paperback | Mar 2018
in store $24.99
Here So Far Away
Hadley Dyer
Hardcover | Mar 2018
in store $21.99
Hard Drive
J Mark Collins
Paperback | Nov 2015
in store (used) $9.50
in store (regular) $18.95
Educated
Tara Westover
Paperback | Feb 2018
in store $22.99
How To Stop Time
Matt Haig
Paperback | Feb 2018
in store $22.99
The Women in the Castle
Jessica Shattuck
Paperback | Jan 2018
in store $21.00
The Rule of Luck
Catherine Cerveny
Paperback | Nov 2017
in store $19.49
(more on order)
The Woman in the Window
A J Finn
Paperback | Jan 2018
in store $24.99

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The Globe and Mail Book Review: weekend edition!

 

The below books are featured in the G&M's weekend edition with reviews, author profiles and interviews. (See also: "Book reviews" and "Books & Media")  


• ICYMI: The Globe published their "Spring Book Preview", which includes Becky Toyne's overall favourites of the season; Julie Van Rosendaal's hot new Spring cookbook picks; and Margaret Cannon's best new Canadian suspense picks of the season - click here to read

 

Limited Quantities for the Local History Buff
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With dazzling, lyrical verse in the folk revival style and stunning cut-paper illustrations, Colin Meloy and Nikki McClure pay tribute to Pete Seeger, a visionary who changed the world with song.

Pete Seeger once sang that if he had a golden thread, he would use it to weave people from all over the world to one another. That golden thread, for Pete, was music.

Born into a family of traveling musicians, Pete picked up his first instrument at age seven. From then on, music was his life, whether he was playing banjo for soldiers during World War II, rallying civil rights activists and war protesters with songs such as “We Shall Overcome,” “Where Have All the Flowers Gone?,” and “If I Had a Hammer,” or leading environmental efforts to clean up the Hudson River.

For decades, Pete Seeger’s messages of universal understanding and social and environmental justice inspired generations—and have left a lasting legacy.


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