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  • February 10 2017
    Booksellers Rethink Ways to Promote Children's Nonfiction
    How children’s booksellers are creating successful nonfiction sections.
  • February 08 2017
    New Rushdie, Two Grishams from RH This Year
    Two different Random House divisions will be releasing a new Salman Rushdie novel and two new John Grisham thrillers later this year.
  • January 09 2017
    Librarians pick the next great reads
    800 librarians across Canada give insider picks through the Loan Stars program.
  • November 08 2016
    Madeleine Thien’s Do Not Say We Have Nothing wins Giller Prize
    Madeleine Thien’s Do Not Say We Have Nothing, a sweeping examination of history, art, family and trauma, filtered through the legacy of Mao’s Cultural Revolution and the brutality of the Tiananmen Square protests, won the Scotiabank Giller Prize on Monday.
  • October 26 2016
    The Sellout wins
    The Sellout by Paul Beatty was announced as the winner of the 2016 Man Booker Prize last night.
  • October 26 2016
    Wellington County Library system invests $30 million in heritage properties and new technologies
    The county is set to begin construction on a $4-million branch, located on a millpond in the heart of the village of Hillsburgh. The proposal features modern amenities while safeguarding the heritage value of the site, says chief librarian Murray McCabe.
  • October 13 2016
    Bob Dylan Wins Nobel Prize in Literature
    Bob Dylan, the songwriter known for a wide-ranging career and complex, symbolic, and often esoteric lyrics delivered in a raspy, mercurial lilt, has won the 109th Nobel Prize in Literature. The award was announced on October 13 by Sara Danius, permanent secretary of the Swedish Academy.
  • September 28 2016
    Doubleday to Publish New Dan Brown Novel in 2017
    Dan Brown, author of international bestsellers including Inferno, Angels & Demons, and The Da Vinci Code, will publish a new book, Origin, in 2017.
  • September 12 2016
    Pew Report: Americans Still Love Libraries, Especially the Books
    More than half of all Americans 16 and over used a public library in the past year, either in person or via the Web, according to a survey report on library use released this week by the Pew Research Center. The survey also found that Americans continue to view public libraries as vital to their communities: some 77% say that public libraries provide them with the resources they need, and 66% say the closing of their local public library would have a major impact on their community.
  • August 17 2016
    How Canada Publishes So Many Diverse Children’s Books
    Librarians wandering the publisher displays at the big U.S. conferences often seem surprised to discover that so many of their favorites are Canadian. But word has gotten out. Groundwood Books, which released Sidewalk Flowers, was named the best North American children’s publisher of 2016 at the Bologna Book Fair, the largest international trade show dedicated to children’s books. The award is for distinguished creative and publishing excellence. In fact, three of the five publishers nominated were Canadian. Quietly but surely, publishers in Canada are building a worldwide reputation for originality, quality, and diversity in children’s literature.

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