Mightier Than the Sword
by Jeffrey Archer
For many, a new Clifton Chronicles publication is always a cause for celebration.
If it's new and you've heard about it in the media then we probably have it. If, for some reason, we don't, never fear, we can get it. Quickly! The following is a tiny smattering of what we have in store for you.
by Peter Carey
Two time Booker Prize winner and Australian author Carey combines the world of hackers and radicals and the relationship between Australia and the United States. At times funny and always exhilarating.
Etta and Otto and Russell and James
by Emma Hooper
A cross-Canada Pilgrimage from dusty land (Saskatchewan) to stormy sea (Nova Scotia).
by Clive Cussler
Does anyone write more books than Cussler? This is his new Isaac Bell Adventure co-written with Justin Scott.
by Kristin Hannah
A favourite author with her newest offering.
The Brain's Way of Healing
by Norman Doidge
The Big Fat Surprise
by Nina Teicholz
Why butter, meat and cheese belong in a healthy diet. Yeah!
Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant?
by Roz Chast
Comedian Chast gives us an account of her taking care of her elderly parents in their declining years in graphic novel form. Hilarious and illuminating.
A Religion of One's Own
by Thomas Moore
A guide to creating a personal spirituality in a secular world.
Goddesses Never Age
by Dr. Christiane Northrup
Women's Health advocate disperses wisdom and inspiration for the older woman.
Parenting Through the Storm
by Ann Douglas
Celebrated Children's expert helps parents navigate their way through tough parenting dilemnas.
It would be impossible to name all of the noteworthy new titles of the season on this website. Instead, the above suggestions are simply to whet your appetite.
The Jaguar's Children
by John Vaillant
Typically a non-fiction writer, Vaillant tackles the subject of illegal Mexican migration into the States in fictional form.
by Marilynne Robinson
Robinson returns to the town of Gilead with her new character Lila. She recently won the National Book Award for Fiction for efforts with this novel.
A Measure of Light
by Beth Powning
A novel set in seventeenth century New England concerning the fictionalized life of Puritan woman Mary Dyer who would become one of the first Quakers. The Nova Scotia author's astonishing ability for historical detail and powerful storytelling will not disappoint.
by Andrew Pyper
Toronto author Pyper is quickly making a name for himself as the Prince of Scary, literary fiction!
A Spool of Blue Thread
by Anne Tyler
Her twentieth novel concerning her favourite subject, that of families.
NEW SPRING OFFERINGS
Melvis and Elvis
by Dennis Lee
Finally, a new collection of poetry from beloved 'Alligator Pie' poet.
An Egg Is Quiet; A Butterfly is Patient
by Dianna Hutts Aston, illustrated by Sylvia Long
Gorgeously written and illustrated first science books. Poetic in voice and elegant in design.
Walk on the Wild Side
by Nicholas Oldland
The newest story of three friends - bear, moose and beaver. Charming, funny and Canadian.
The First Dog
by Jan Brett
Kip the cave boy makes a new life-long friend. Brett's art is outstanding as always.
Sometimes We Think You Are a Monkey
by Johanna Skibsrud and Sarah Blacker, illustrated by Julie Morstad
Beautiful new book celebrating the many personalities of a new baby
Nelly Gnu and Daddy Too
by Anna Dewdney
Llama Llama author's newest fun to read rhyming book celebrates the daddy/daughter relationship.
Click, Clack, Peep!
by Doreen Cronin
The newest book by Click Clack Moo author (need I say more).
The Adventures of Sophie Mouse
by Poppy Green
Adorable new series for ages 5 to 8 about the adventures of a field mouse.
by Gordon Korman
His newest offering.
As well, we have the newest in the Big Nate series, the Dork Diaries, Diary of a Wimpy Kid...
Shouldn't You Be in School?
by Lemony Snickett
Zany author with a zany new story.
Summer and Bird
by Katherine Catmull
Two sisters, two paths and one journey! Magic and realism.
The Madman of Piney Woods
by Christopher Paul Curtis
Newberry Medal winner offers us intrigue and adventure.
The Cat at the Wall
by Deborah Ellis
Canadian author of Breadwinner brings us a story about a girl who dies, comes back as a cat and has to solve peace in the Middle East!
by Susan Cooper
Historical story of friendship between native boy Little Hawk and white boy John Wakeley - a story of survival.
I Was Here
by Gayle Forman
Author of If I Stay. A young woman is left with the mystery of her friend's death.
by Caroline Pignat
Ottawa author and Governor General Young Adult Fiction winner brings us a story from history with the tragedy of the Empress of Ireland shipwreck.
by Kim Thúy
Canada Reads Winner. A story that begins in a palatial residence in Saigon and ends at a new beginning in Quebec. A poetic story of immigration, overcoming hardships, endurance and despair.