It's the time of year when the snow has lost a little bit of its charm, but hey, it's not all grim when there are loads of new books out there to keep us sufficiently distracted. Find out what we're reading this week, and what we're doing to celebrate #Canada150!
~ We’re celebrating Canada150 in literary style all month with
Forget-Me-Not where we turn the page on the most celebrated historical moments and highlight the equally-important footnotes for a change. Follow along with us on the
And if we haven’t already checked out our
handy timeline, get on it! Whether you’re looking to brush up on your Canadian history with some lit, or store up some useful trivia knowledge (did someone say Trivial Pursuit?), we’ve got a whole timeline featuring 150 titles that focus on historical moments and people for you to discover your next great read.
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