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|February 9, 2007

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"Only God can make a tree," wrote Joyce Kilmer in one of the most celebrated of poems. In Tree: A Life Story , authors David Suzuki and Wayne Grady extend that celebration in a "biography" of this extraordinary—and extraordinarily important—organism.…
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|This title releases October 10, 2017

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Part travelogue, part exploration-a road trip into the reality behind the cultural myth that is America. Breakfast at the Exit Cafe begins as a personal story-told in alternating voices by two travellers and writers-of a journey by car from British Columbia…

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This is a strikingly thought-provoking book about how the forces of evolution and extinction have shaped the living world, and the part that humans play therein. These elegant and penetrating essays speak to some of our most fundamental questions about the human…
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|November 4, 2014

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"Grady's novel reads with the velvety tempo of the jazz music of its day. . . . Grady fearlessly explores heated race relations and the masks we all assume." Chatelaine      With his curly black hair and his wicked grin, everyone swoons…
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|September 28, 2015

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Né à Windsor, au Canada, Wayne Grady est écrivain, essayiste et traducteur. Le roman Emancipation Day, sélectionné pour le Scotiabank Giller Prize, est considéré comme l'un des meilleurs titres de 2013.
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|January 23, 2008

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Wayne Grady was born in 1948 in Windsor, Ontario. He attended Carleton University where he earned a B.A. in English. He is a freelance magazine writer and author of several books. He is the former editor of Harrowsmith magazine. He has also translated several…

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Ever since French explorer Samuel de Champlain's first taste of what he called "la mer douce"—the freshwater sea—the Great Lakes have been admired, exploited, and renewed. This vast region is a study in contrasts: a hub of industry that's the…
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|August 24, 2010

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On the sun-drenched island of Haiti in the 1970s, under the shadow of Baby Doc” Duvalier’s notorious regime, locals eke out an existence as servants, bartenders and panderers to the white elite. Fanfan, Charlie, and Legba, aware of the draw of their adolescent,…
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|November 27, 2010

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"[The Groundwork Guides] are excellent books, mandatory for school libraries and the increasing body of young people prepared to take ownership of the situations and problems previous generations have left them." -- Globe and Mail There is no doubt that we have…
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|September 3, 2013

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October 1970. Two kidnappings. One dead. A crisis unlike anything the country had ever seen — here is the story behind history . . . Thirty years after the October Crisis, Sam Nihilo, a freelance writer whose career is in a slump, is drawn to the conspiracy…
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|September 25, 2010

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"Whether it's the sign of a symbiotic marriage or of seasoned writers crafting a seamless travel collage, the narrative in this road trip through America flows as easily as a new car on an empty highway." -- Globe & Mail Part travelogue, part exploration-a road…