Award-Winning Books

Award-Winning Books

Enjoy these books that prize juries have rated as the best of the best.

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Seven Fallen Feathers

The shocking true story of seven young Indigenous students who were found dead in a northern Ontario city over the span of seven years.

Small Game Hunting at the Local Coward Gun Club

Megan Gail Coles’s debut novel exposes class, gender, and racial tensions over the course of one Valentine’s Day in the dead of a winter storm.

Something for Everyone

Lisa Moore returns with her third story collection that shows us the timeless, the tragic, and the miraculous hidden in our everyday lives.

The Antagonist

From bestselling novelist Lynn Coady comes an unforgettable, unflinching story of a life gone wrong.

The Best Kind of People

From award-winning author Zoe Whittall comes The Best Kind of People, a stunning tour de force about the unravelling of an all-American family.

The Immaculate Conception

Gaetan Soucy's Giller-shortlisted debut novel illuminates the sublime and horrific at the core of ordinary lives.

The Law of Dreams

The Law of Dreams follows Fergus O'Brien from Ireland to Liverpool and Wales during the Great Potato Famine of 1847, and then beyond.

The Lost Words

A beautiful collection of poems and illustrations to help readers rediscover the magic of the natural world.

The Sisters Brothers

In this #1 national bestseller, Patrick deWitt spins a violent, lustful, hung-over and humorous odyssey through the underworld of the 1850s frontier.

The Sisters Brothers (Movie Tie-In Edition)

A new edition to coincide with the release of the major motion picture adaptation starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Joaquin Phoenix, and John C. Reilly.

The Truth About Stories

In his 2003 CBC Massey Lectures, award-winning author Thomas King explores how stories shape who we are and how we understand and interact with other people.

The Unconscious Civilization

John Ralston Saul argues that our society is only superficially based on democracy, and that increasingly it is conformist and corporatist.