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It's All About the Unicorns

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Before there were narwhals, there were unicorns, those mythical creatures who've been capturing hearts since time immemorial. And they're still all the rage—check out the latest in unicorn-lit for proof!
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To Read Self-Help

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List of self-help books that i plan to read
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CCBC Book Awards Winners 2019

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The Canadian Children’s Book Centre (CCBC) is delighted to announce the winners of its English-language children’s book awards. Awarded tonight at a gala event in Toronto, Heather Smith took home the title of most distinguished children’s book of the year and $50,000 — the largest cash prize in Canadian children’s literature for her book, Ebb & Flow, a middle-grade novel in free-verse. The publisher, Kids Can Press, received $2,500 for promotional purposes. An additional $10,000 was shared among the four finalists for their contributions to Canadian children’s literature. Groundwood Books won three awards out of an impressive total of seven nominations. Africville by Shauntay Grant, illustrated by Eva Campbell, won the Marilyn Baillie Picture Book Award; Turtle Pond by James Gladstone, illustrated by Karen Reczuch, won the Norma Fleck Award for Canadian Children’s Non-Fiction; and They Say Blue by Jillian Tamaki won the CBC Fan Choice Award. Other winners include Christopher Paul Curtis, Courtney Summers and Michelle Barker. Missing from our list is Sadie by Courtney Summers, which won the John Spray Mystery Award
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Canadian Booker Nominees

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Canadians nominated for the Booker Prize. CanLit goes international!
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2019 Evergreen Award Nominees

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Part of the OLA Forest of Reading, the Evergreen Award is designed for adults of any age and the lists are comprised of Canadian fiction and non-fiction titles. Adult library patrons have the opportunity to explore these books by themselves, through their public library or just in a book club format. A group of experienced library staff have come together to share their favourite reading with adult readers.
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Forest of Reading 2020

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Congratulations to all the nominees for this program, administered by the Ontario Library Association.
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Editors' Picks: Week of October 15–20

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Thrills and chills abound in these acclaimed mysteries.
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Reese's Book Club: CanLit Match-Ups

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If you're in a book club, and you read Canadian, and you like Reese's picks (and that's a not uncommon intersection!), this list is for you. Original blog post is here: https://49thshelf.com/Blog/2019/09/10/Reese-s-Book-Club-CanLit-Match-Ups
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