Continuing our analysis of bestselling books in Canada's provinces and territories, we compare juvenile titles in Newfoundland and Labrador and Northwest Territories/Nunavut and nature books in Ontario and British Columbia.
To help celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary, we're revisiting a study that was initially conducted in 2012 to see how Canadian book buyers’ perceptions and attitudes towards Canadian authors and subject matter had changed in the last five years.
Answer the following personality questions and we’ll accurately predict your PubFight style. Do you plan every little detail or do you fly by the seat of your pants? We’ll tell you.
To help celebrate Canada's 150th birthday, we sat down with Sue Carter, Editor-in-Chief at Quill & Quire, to discuss some of our recent research, what challenges are facing the book industry, what book buyers think of Canadian books, who the most well known Canadian author is, and lots more.
Continuing our analysis of bestselling books in Canada's provinces and territories, we compare sports books in Manitoba and PEI alongside biographies in Yukon and Saskatchewan.
Since some Canadians are celebrating 150 years of trying to define Canada as a nation, we challenged BiblioShare to discover the true essence of Canada the best way we know how: through keywords. Read on to see what we uncovered.
Continuing our series of regional bestsellers, we've paired up some provinces and territories to see what's selling in each, what's different, and what's the same.
How much do you know about books in Canada? We've put together a quiz for Canada 150 to test your knowledge.
We're highlighting Canadian titles that were selected as Loan Stars top picks before they went on to reach even great(er) heights.
You may have seen our list of the 150 bestselling Canadian-authored books from the past decade. We wanted to go a bit further in our exploration and see what was selling in each region of our fine country.