New from Anansi
Genre-blending stories of transformation and belonging that centre women of colour and explore queerness, family, and community.
Colonel Parkinson in Charge
A writer’s witty and surprisingly optimistic account of learning to live with Parkinson’s disease.
In a Land without Dogs the Cats Learn to Bark
In his wildly ambitious and darkly funny debut novel, Jonathan Garfinkel probes the fractured nature of identity, the necessity of lies, and the bloody legacy of the Soviet Empire.
An entrancing novel about an exclusive wellness retreat on a remote Greek island hosted by a celebrity guru who is more than meets the eye.
Strange Bewildering Time
A poet and journalist looks back on a remarkable journey from Turkey to Nepal in 1978, when the region was on the brink of massive transformation.
From internationally acclaimed crime writer Andrée A. Michaud, a beguiling story of trauma and lost innocence.
Our Voice of Fire
A wildfire of a debut memoir by internationally recognized French/Cree/Iroquois journalist Brandi Morin set to transform the narrative around Indigenous Peoples.
Her First Palestinian
Elegant, surprising stories about Palestinian immigrants in Canada navigating their identities in circumstances that push them to the emotional brink.
A Waiter in Paris
A brilliant portrait of the underbelly of contemporary Paris through the eyes of a young waiter scraping out a living in the City of Light.
New from Groundwood
The Remembering Stone
When Alice loses a keepsake from her grandfather, she worries that she won’t have anything to remember him by.
Three children at a Passover seder visit ancient Egypt to help baby Moses find his way safely to Pharaoh’s daughter—a wordless time-travel adventure.
Sometimes I Feel Like a River
Following the huge success of Sometimes I Feel Like a Fox, this companion book is a lyrical celebration of our relationship to the natural world.
We Are Lions!
A tender story, punctuated by moments of humor, about the illness of a sibling, the love between brothers and the healing power of imagination.
Catch Me If I Fall
Twins Ashleigh and Aiden have always promised to protect each other, but after an accident during a school trip, their world begins to unravel.
The Prisoner and the Writer
An illustrated, middle-grade treatment of the Dreyfus Affair told from the perspectives of Jewish army captain Alfred Dreyfus and writer Emile Zola.
Annabelle discovers an animal bone in the woods and decides to make it her new plaything. But nature ends up moving Annabelle in mysterious ways.
A pack of wolves chases a stag through the woods, but what seems scary proves surprising in this magical wordless picture book by Geraldo Valério.
Suck It In and Smile
A funny, touching look at the life of a social media influencer who starts to question the #goals life she has created for herself.
Pebbles to the Sea
Two children feel adrift between the separate worlds of their parents, until their close-knit coastal community helps to anchor them.