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Books on Canadian Black History

Learn all about the history of Canada from before Confederation through the 20th century through the trials, tribulations, and triumphs of Black people.

New eBooks and Audiobooks

60 new eBooks and audiobooks coming out January 30 – February 5, 2024

Sarah J. Maas continues Crescent City, Moshe Kasher feasts on subcultural carrion, and the author of Such a Fun Age invites readers to Come & Get It.

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The best novels about spies and espionage

For fans of Argylle here are some of the best spy novels ever. Plus a thriller by the real-life author behind the fictional novelist, Elly Conway.

Kobo in Conversation Podcast

Ashley Audrain on bringing rage from the group chat to the page

Nathan spoke with novelist Ashley Audrain about her new book The Whispers: a story about marriage, mothers and motherhood, and women’s rage.

New eBooks and Audiobooks

55 new eBooks and audiobooks coming out January 23 - 29, 2024

Dr Gunter on Aunt Flo, new books by J D Robb and J R Ward, Hugh Hefner's fave bunny tells all, plus the Ending Fire author starts a new romantic fantasy.

Big Ideas in Books

Books for improving and maintaining your mental health

Books for better understanding psychology and improving your mental health, whether you're suffering from anxiety, depression or stress from overthinking.

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Less sex, more swoon: Elana Johnson's favourite feel-good romance books

Just because they leave out the explicit content doesn’t mean these feel-good romance picks won’t leave you breathless.

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Add these time-tested reads to your book bucket list

Books that have been intriguing generations of readers, setting trends or standing alone as unmatched stories with unforgettable characters and places.

New eBooks and Audiobooks

61 new eBooks and audiobooks coming out January 16 - 22, 2024

Horror in the great outdoors, help for toxic workplaces, Alex Michaelides' Fury, why we're drawn to the multiverse(s), and Jade Church's fantasy romance.

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Dystopian YA books for fans of Shatter Me

Find more dystopian YA novels flavored with sci-fi, fantasy, or history like Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi.

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