Books published by HarperCollins Publishers

Café Babanussa

HarperCollins Publishers | February 2, 2016 | 368 pages
A moving portrait of a young woman’s experience of life, love and the shifting tides of mental health in 1980s–era Berlin In this beautifully written and moving novel, informed by many of the author’s own experiences, a young mixed-race woman travels from Canada to Germany to start her life... More Info

Headscarves And Hymens

HarperCollins Publishers | March 15, 2016 | 256 pages
Mona Eltahawy, an Egyptian American woman, wrote an article for Foreign Policy entitled “Why Do They Hate Us?”, “they” being Muslim men and “us” being women. The piece sparked controversy, of course, making it clear that misogyny in the Arab world is something that engages and enrages... More Info

100 Million Years Of Food

HarperCollins Publishers | February 2, 2016 | 320 pages
In the vein of Jared Diamond and Michael Pollan, a fascinating new exploration of what we eat and how we live, and the health consequences of denying our complicated evolutionary history with food.  More Info

True North

HarperCollins Publishers | November 3, 2015 | 288 pages
A captivating look at modern Canadian cuisine--from coast to coast to coast--with one of Canada’s superstar chefs With a foreword by Jamie Oliver Derek Dammann is one of Canada’s most extraordinary culinary artists. The creative genius behind DNA and Maison Publique restaurants in Montreal,... More Info

The End Of Memory

HarperCollins Publishers | January 19, 2016 | 304 pages
Canada’s bestselling science writer illuminates the mysteries of Alzheimer’s disease, one of the most puzzling and debilitating conditions of the modern era It is a wicked illness that robs its victims of their memories, their ability to think clearly and, ultimately, their lives. For... More Info

Thirteen Ways Of Looking

HarperCollins Publishers | October 13, 2015 | 256 pages
From the author of the award-winning novel Let the Great World Spin and TransAtlantic comes an eponymous novella and three stories that range fluidly across time, tenderly exploring the act of writing and the moment of creation when characters come alive on the page; the lifetime consequences that... More Info

Stolen Sisters

HarperCollins Publishers | September 29, 2015 | 240 pages
In 2014, the nation was rocked by the brutal violence against young Aboriginal women Loretta Saunders, Tina Fontaine and Rinelle Harper. But tragically, they were not the only Aboriginal women to suffer that year. In fact, an official report revealed that since 1980, 1,200 Canadian Aboriginal women... More Info

The Motorcyclist

HarperCollins Publishers | February 2, 2016 | 288 pages
Just start your engine. Go. Carl Black is an intellectual and artist, a traveller, a reader and an unapologetic womanizer. A motorcyclist. He burns for the bohemian life, but is trapped in a railway porter’s prosaic—at times humiliating—existence. Taking place over one dramatic year in... More Info

The Retreat

HarperCollins Publishers | April 1, 2015 | 416 pages
From the award-winning co-author of I Am Malala, this book asks just how the might of NATO, with 48 countries and 140,000 troops on the ground, failed to defeat a group of religious students and farmers? How did it go so wrong? War Not Peace tells how the West turned success into defeat in the... More Info

Why I Love Canada

HarperCollins Publishers | October 15, 2012 | 26 pages
Featuring children’s own words and heart-warming pictures, a special little book about why we love Canada.  More Info

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