• 2018

      A Feast of Science

      Intriguing Morsels from the Science of Everyday Life

      by Dr. Joe Schwarcz

      A Feast of Science demystifies the chemistry of everyday life, serving up practical knowledge to both inform and entertain. Guaranteed to satiate your hunger for palatable and relevant scientific information, Dr. Joe Schwarcz proves that “chemical” is not

    • May 2017

      Beer Drinkers and Hell Raisers

      The Rise of Motörhead

      by Martin Popoff

      Beer Drinkers and Hell Raisers is the first book to celebrate the classic-era Motörhead lineup of Lemmy Kilmister, “Fast” Eddie Clarke, and Phil “Philthy Animal” Taylor. Through interviews with all of the principal troublemakers, Martin Popoff celebrat

    • May 2017

      Eat the Beetles!

      An Exploration into Our Conflicted Relationship with Insects

      by David Waltner-Toews

      Eat the Beetles! is an evolutionary, ecological, and cultural exploration of our conflicted relationship with having insects on the dinner plate. Epidemiologist, veterinarian, and The Origin of Feces author David Waltner-Toews weaves narratives to prov

    • September 2017

      The Rights of Nature

      A Legal Revolution That Could Save the World

      by David R. Boyd

      Around the world, more and more laws are being passed recognizing that ecosystems have legally enforceable rights. And if nature has rights, then humans have responsibilities. In The Rights of Nature, noted environmental lawyer David Boyd tells this re

    • August 2017

      The Science of Orphan Black

      The Official Companion

      by Casey Griffin and Nina Nesseth, with Graeme Manson and Cosima Herter

      An official guide to the science in the hit TV show Orphan Black by science writers Casey Griffin and Nina Nesseth, featuring exclusive insights from co-creator Graeme Manson and science consultant Cosima Herter. The Science of Orphan Black takes you b

    • October 2017

      Scion of the Fox

      The Realms of Ancient, Book 1

      by S.M. Beiko

      American Gods meets Princess Mononoke in this powerful first instalment of a trilogy sure to capture readers’ imaginations everywhere. Roan Harken is your typical high school student, but when a powerful fox spirit saves her life, she must harness a my

    • 2018

      Call of the Rift


      by Jae Waller

      Seventeen-year-old Kateiko doesn’t want to be Rin anymore—not if it means sacrificing lives to protect the dead. Her only way out is to join another tribe, a one-way trek through the coastal rainforest. Killing a colonial soldier in the woods isn’t part o

    • 2018

      Unleash Different

      Achieving Business Success Through Disability

      by Rich Donovan

      Unleash Different illustrates how companies like Google, PepsiCo, and Nordstrom are attracting people with disabilities as customers and as employees. Rich gives the reader a peek into how he rose from a Canadian school for “crippled children” to manage $

    • 2018

      Working for the Man, Playing in the Band

      My Years with James Brown

      by Damon Wood with Phil Carson

      In a memoir certain to fascinate Mr. Dynamite’s millions of fans, as well as musicians and industry insiders, Wood recalls how a chance encounter with James Brown led him to embrace soul and funk music under the tutelage of its greatest progenitor. This i

    • 2018


      by Joey Comeau

      Sunday’s father is dying of cancer. They’ve come home to Malagash, on the north shore of Nova Scotia, so he can die where he grew up. Her mother and her brother are both devastated. Devastated doesn’t fix anything. Sunday has a plan. A computer virus that

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