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Thinking Outside the Package

Canadians need to push back against the processed-food industry, says author Jeannie Marshall

Reading is Believing

Grad Asim Hussain believes in the power of books to help people reach their full potential

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Chasing Happiness

In his new book, Ray Robertson contemplates what makes life worth living

War and Peace

In her new book, Damned Nations, Samantha Nutt reflects on foreign aid and armed conflicts abroad

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In the Name of the Daughter

In her literary debut, lawyer Emma Ruby-Sachs wonders about the personal costs of activism

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The Debut

How do you write a bestselling first novel? If you’re Tom Rachman, you start by majoring in film

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The Ties That Bind

Joy Fielding explores a tangled mother-daughter relationship in her new book, Now You See Her

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The Damage Done

Hilary Davidson’s first crime novel keeps you guessing till the last page

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Learning to Let Go

In her new book, author Marni Jackson searches for the right level of involvement in her adult son’s life

The Lost Left

Westerners who reject mainstream culture as “inauthentic” may, in fact, be status seekers, says Andrew Potter

The Dragon and the Stars

Writer Tony Pi draws on his Chinese heritage to create a magical alternate history

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The Boy in the Moon

Journalist Ian Brown offers a profoundly honest portrayal of life as a parent of a disabled child

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Why Your World Is About to Get a Whole Lot Smaller

Economist Jeff Rubin’s new book contemplates life after the Oil Age

Outliers: The Story of Success

Author Malcolm Gladwell looks beyond individual traits of the wildly successful

The Northrop Frye You Never Knew

Book explores renowned prof’s personal life

Can a Brain Change?

Dr. Norman Doidge argues that the brain is far more malleable than previously thought

King of Infinite Space

Donald Coxeter, who taught geometry at U of T for more than 60 years, is the subject of a new book

Enemies of the State

In her book Villa Bel-Air, Rosemary Sullivan asks why totalitarian regimes are so afraid of art

What Are the Odds of That?

In his new book, math prof Jeffrey Rosenthal gives us the tools to assess life’s chances

Trinity College’s Founding Moments

New book places college in a rich social, cultural and religious context

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