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Baby's First Hashtag

Baby's First Hashtag

April 2018

From one of the authors of How Not to Completely Suck as a New Parent, here is a subversive board book ...

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Collected Tarts and Other Indelicacies

Collected Tarts and Other Indelicacies

September 2017

A juicy and much-anticipated volume from humour columnist Tabatha Southey.

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True Confessions from the Ninth Concession

True Confessions from the Ninth Concession

August 2017

A funny and affectionate chronicle of rural Canadian life written by a winner of the Stephen Leacock ...

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The Horrors

The Horrors

October 2015

A darkly mirthful and alphabetical approach to very bad things from comedian Charles Demers.

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The Future and Why We Should Avoid It

The Future and Why We Should Avoid It

October 2014

“Death is probably inevitable, assuming I fail in my attempts to transfer my consciousness into this ...

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The Lonely End of the Rink

The Lonely End of the Rink

November 2013

A witty, personal look at Canada’s favourite pastime from media personality Grant Lawrence.

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Fifty Shades of Black

Fifty Shades of Black

September 2013

Hilarious insights and revelations from one of Canada’s favourite humorists.

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America, But Better

America, But Better

August 2012

Based on their hilarious viral campaign, a new satirical political party announces its CANADAcy for president ...

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The White Guy

The White Guy

May 2008

Meet the species that has ruled the world for the last 3,000 years (give or take the 7th century, and ...

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How to Be a Canadian

How to Be a Canadian

July 2007

A new format for the little book that has become a Canadian cultural icon, still a best-seller six years ...

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