A young teacher’s return to her remote Innu community transforms the lives of her students through the redemptive power of art.
From Robert Seethaler comes a tale of life and death and human connection, told through the voices of those who have passed on.
Ava Lee clashes with the most powerful family in Malaysian Borneo in this exhilarating new thriller from bestselling author Ian Hamilton.
In this innovative memoir, a daughter tells the story of her mother, a pan-African hero who faced down misogyny and battled corruption in Nigeria.
In stories both absurd and all-too-real, Christopher Evans paints a portrait of the uncanniness of modern life.
Charlie Angus uncovers how Canada’s mining dominance feeds the world’s hunger for cobalt, a mineral with a horrific present and troubled history.
From the celebrated author of February, an exhilarating new novel that asks: What makes a family? How does it shape us? And can we ever really choose who we love?
From the winner of the Man Booker International Prize comes an extraordinary story of one young Omani woman building a life for herself in Britain.
Can a series of notebooks smuggled from the year 2050 change the past to save the future?
Sydney and his friends gather outside to play, transforming one by one to climb, leap, lumber and soar into a shared jungle of their imagination.
Faced with moving away from his beloved river in the country, Martin discovers he can make a meaningful connection to nature in the city, too.
Does turning eleven mean that you can have new thoughts, try new things? Or will you be the same person you were when you were ten?
A lively look at the journey of a West Coast tugboat towing a log boom, as seen through the eyes of a young boy.
In this third book in the West Coast Wild series, explore the intertidal zone — where only the most adaptable creatures thrive in the changing tides.