Books written by Gordon


Institutions of Human Rights

University of Toronto Press | January 31, 2019 | 328 pages
Written from a global perspective, The Institutions of Human Rights is a contributed volume that examines international human rights institutions, procedures, and select issues. Closely examining international human rights organizations including the International Labour Organization, the... More Info

Fire in the Sky

Scribner | June 4, 2019 | 288 pages
Combining history, pop science, and in-depth reporting, a fascinating account of asteroids that hit Earth long ago, and those streaming toward us now, as well as how we are preparing against asteroid-caused catastrophe. One of these days, warns Gordon Dillow, the Earth will be hit by a comet or... More Info


March 27, 2018 | 256 pages
When Chase returns to middle school after falling off the roof and losing his memory, he learns that the person he was before the amnesia is not someone he likes.  More Info

Masterminds: Payback

HarperCollins | March 7, 2017 | 320 pages
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Scholastic Press | May 30, 2017 | 256 pages
A boy who's been a bully and hanging out with the wrong friends gets a new start after a memory-loss-inducing accident. But can someone really change who he is, or will the old him merely come back over time?  More Info

Coke Machine Glow

Vintage | August 20, 2019 | 94 pages
Gordon Downie, lead singer and lyricist for the popular Canadian rock band, The Tragically Hip, will release his first solo record, Coke Machine Glow in Spring 2001. Simultaneously, Vintage Canada is delighted to publish Downie's first book of poetry, under the same title. It will also contain the... More Info

Immigrant Voices

New Amer Library | June 2, 2015 | 448 pages
A compelling collection of essays providing a comprehensive vision of immigration to the United States in the late twentieth and twenty-first centuries—the indispensable companion to Immigrant Voices. Filled with moving narratives by authors from every continent, Immigrant Voices: Volume II... More Info


February 3, 2015 | 288 pages
The first book in a thrilling new series from bestselling (non-criminal) mastermind Gordon Korman. Eli Frieden lives in the most perfect town in the world: Serenity, New Mexico. In this idyllic place, every lawn is perfectly manicured and everyone has a pool and a treehouse. Honesty and integrity... More Info

Theory of Nothing - Hence Everything | November 1, 2007 | 104 pages
"Consider movement staionary and the stationary in motion - both movement and rest disappear. When such dualities cease to exist, Oneness itself cannot exist. To this ultimate finality no law or description applies." - Seng-tsan c 6th century. Gordon Burdon seeks the elusive reality.  More Info

Memory Maze

Scholastic Press | August 20, 2019 | 240 pages
The second entry in the mesmerizing series from the masterful, #1 New York Times bestselling author Gordon Korman When Jackson Opus's identity as one of the most powerful young hypnotists in the world is leaked, he and his family are forced into hiding. But just as Jax settles into his new home --... More Info

Man in the Shadows

HarperCollins Canada | July 1, 2014 | 304 pages
Fast-paced, gripping, and rich with historical detail, Man In the Shadows builds on the historical record to illuminate one of the most dramatic times in Canadian history. In 1867, three British colonies became the four provinces of the new dominion of Canada. Among the Fathers of Confederation was... More Info

The Hypnotists

Scholastic Paperbacks | June 24, 2014 | 240 pages
The first book in an all-new, mesmerizing adventure from the masterful, #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author Gordon Korman -- now in paperback! Is it a gift . . . or is it a curse? Jax Opus can use his color-changing eyes to make people do things they don't want to do. (Only his color-blind best... More Info

Once Upon a Midnight Eerie

Viking Childrens Books | April 17, 2014 | 224 pages
In The Tell-Tale Start, Edgar and Allan Poe (great-great-great-great-grandnephews of the legendary Edgar Allan Poe) managed to outwit the nefarious Professor P. Pangborn Perry, who was (and is) determined to kill just one of them, in order to prove a mad scientific theory. Now the boys are in New... More Info


Scholastic Canada | November 1, 2011 | 240 pages
Griffin Bing n'est pas coupable. D'accord, une précieuse chevalière de Super Bowl a été volée dans l'école. Mais Griffin jure qu'il n'y est pour rien. Le seul problème, c'est que tous les indices mènent à lui. Et plus ses amis et lui tentent de démasquer le vrai criminel, plus ils vont... More Info

Hold on to Your Kids

Vintage Books Canada | August 13, 2013 | 320 pages
This parenting classic on one of the most disturbing and misunderstood trends of our time--peers replacing parents in the lives of children--is now more relevant than ever. The latest edition includes new material on how social media and video game culture are affecting our children, and what... More Info


McClelland & Stewart | May 14, 2013 | 370 pages
The entertainer and author reflects on his acting career, explaining his need to keep performing, and details his enlistment in the army, his first appearances on stage and television, and the challenges of being an absentee father.  More Info

From Silence to Voice: What Nurses Know and Must Communicate to the Public

By BureshGordon
Ilr Press | May 28, 2013 | 288 pages
The comprehensively revised and updated third edition of From Silence to Voice will help nurses construct messages using a range of traditional and new social media that accurately describe the true nature of their work.  More Info


June 17, 2013 | 312 pages
After living in San Francisco for 15 years, journalist Gordon Young found himself yearning for his Rust Belt hometown: Flint, Michigan, the birthplace of General Motors and "star" of the Michael Moore documentary Roger & Me. Hoping to rediscover and help a place that once boasted one of the... More Info

The Tell-Tale Start

Viking Childrens Books | January 10, 2013 | 224 pages
"Edgar and Allan, the great-great-great-great-grandnephews of the famed writer Edgar Allan Poe, discover that they are entrapped in a nefarious plot that has been going on since their birth"--  More Info

Beyond the Global City

McGill Queens Univ | June 28, 2012 | 504 pages
Looking beyond the smoke screen of Toronto's rapid and costly growth to re-envision sustainable planning in Ontario's neglected regions.  More Info


McClelland & Stewart Limited | October 16, 2012 | 370 pages
In this enchanting autobiography celebrated actor Gordon Pinsent revisits stellar highlights of his 60-year career and the high and low points along the way, including his work with fellow artists Judi Dench, Shirley Douglas, Olympia Dukakis, Norman Jewison, Christopher Plummer, Sarah Polley, Kevin... More Info

The Cage

Bellevue Literary Press | September 4, 2012 | 342 pages
An incisive first account of the formation, history, and bloody dissolution of the rebel Tamil Tigers in Sri Lanka. ?Some of the best coverage of Sri Lanka right now is coming from Gordon Weiss.” ?NICK BRYANT, BBC News Correspondent ?An excellent account . . .  More Info

Maxx Comedy

Scholastic Canada, [2005] | August 20, 2019 | 149 pages
Will Max leave them rolling in the aisles? Or will he discover, as an old actor once said, "Dying is easy; comedy is hard." Its classic Korman once again! Gordon shows his command of the middle-school voice and the real reactions of kids, and mixes them with completely outrageous situations to... More Info

Hold on to Your Kids

Vintage Canada | May 10, 2005 | 320 pages
A psychologist with a reputation for penetrating to the heart of complex parenting issues joins forces with a physician and bestselling author to tackle one of the most disturbing and misunderstood trends of our time -- peers replacing parents in the lives of our children. Dr. Neufeld has dubbed... More Info