The shocking true story covered by the Guardian and the New York Times of the seven young indigenous students who were found dead in a northern Ontario city. Some are calling this the most important book this fall.Tanya Talaga will be our guest for our Truth & Reconciliation Gathering on October 29~
From Canada's most beloved painter comes a deluxe, over-sized art book showcasing Robert Bateman's vision of the Canadian landscape, coast to coast, for the 150th anniversary of Confederation. Robert will be at the River Run on October 25!
Don't miss the Triple Indigenous night in the eBar. Three wonderful poets, Tenille Campbell, Janet Roberts and Kahsenniyo Williams will be present Oct 26 at 7!
UoG, in partnership with the Go-Go Grandmothers of Guelph & The Bookshelf present Ilana Landsberg-Lewis for Cafe Philosophique November 7 at War Memorial Hall. Admission is free!
The Bookshelf & The Guelph Men's Club welcome Canadian War Historian Mark Zuelke who will discuss his latest book, the Cinderella Campaign on November 14 at 10. a.m. at The Italian Canadian Club. Tickets at The Bookshelf or at the door $10.00
Learn more from author Nicholas Jennings about the composer who wrote The Railroad Trilogy - Gordon Lightfoot.
Nicholas will be at the Guelph Public Library November 27 at 7 pm.This is a Friends of the Guelph Public Library event held at the main branch.
A fast-paced literary eco-thriller about the power of resistance, the fine line between activism and terrorism, and what happens when things go too far....Daniel Griffin will be in the bookstore November 4 at 2 p.m.
J.F. Ross teacher Greg Rhyno has written a love story to the Canadian music scene! Meet Greg in the bookstore November 4 at 2 p.m.
A bookstore that shows movies • a cinema that serves dinner • a resto-bar that launches books