Hearts on Fire: Six Years that Changed Canadian Music 2000-2005
By Michael BarclayIn the store
Michael will be in the Cinema on Tues. June 28th @7pm discussing his newest release with local artist Jenny Mitchell! The evening will also feature music by Nathan Lawr. Tickets available in the Bookstore now: $10 regular, $8 members/students.
By John GrishamIn the store
The "Sparring Partners" are the Malloy brothers, Kirk and Rusty, two successful young lawyers who inherited a once prosperous firm when its founder, their father, was sent to prison. Kirk and Rusty loathe each other, and speak to each other only when necessary.....
The High Sierra: A Love Story
By Kim Stanley RobinsonIn the store
The High Sierra is a gorgeous, absorbing immersion in a place, born out of a desire to understand and share one of the greatest rapture-inducing experiences our planet offers. Packed with maps, gear advice, more than 100 breathtaking photos, and much more, it will inspire veteran hikers, casual walkers, and travel readers to prepare for a magnificent adventure.
Unreconciled: Family, Truth, and Indigenous Resistance
By Jesse WenteIn the store
We have autographed copies from Jesse's visit this past week! An important read for National Indigenous People's Day June 21~
A Garden for the Rusty-Patched Bumblebee: Creating Habitat for Native Pollinators: Ontario and Great Lakes Edition
By Sheila Colla, Lorraine Johnson, Ann SandersonIn the store
With more than 300 native plants of Ontario and the Great Lakes region proﬁled in detail, along with sample garden designs, ideas for beautiful plant pairings and numerous tips for success, this fully-illustrated guide helps gardeners discover the crucial connections between native plants and native pollinators, and learn how to cultivate patches of pollinator paradise.
Embrace Fearlessly the Burning World: Essays
By Barry Lopez, Rebecca SolnitIn the store
Oh my goodness, this is such important reading!
Bittersweet: How Sorrow and Longing Make Us Whole
By Susan CainIn the store
Susan Cain gave so much sustenance to all of those introverts who read Quiet. She is sure to have something meaningful to say about sorrow and longing.
Learning to Live
By Noah IrvineIn the store
This heartbreaking memoir by 22 year old Guelph resident Noah Irvine is a testament to resilience and the importance of family. Noah lost both his parents to mental health issues very early in life. Nurtured by his grandparents, friends and teachers Noah set out on an incredible journey. He emailed every single Member of Parliament and Member of Provincial Parliament about the importance of mental health funding. This honest re-telling of his life story should be read by all of us - but particularly mental health professionals and teachers. It is a real story of a life that must be shared.
Langdon Hall: A Cookbook
By Jason Bangerter, Chris JohnsIn the store
Nestled within the Carolinian Forest in southwestern Ontario, Langdon Hall is one of the Canada's most gorgeous country house hotels.
Mii maanda ezhi-gkendmaanh / This Is How I Know: Niibing, dgwaagig, bboong, mnookmig dbaadjigaade maanpii mzin'igning / A Book about the Seasons
By Alan Corbiere, Alvin Ted Corbiere, Brittany Luby, Joshua Mangeshig Pawis-SteckleyIn the store
Congratulations to Brittany Luby who just won the Ruth & Sylvia Schwartz Award for Children's Books!!