Nothing is more important to us than the communities we are a part of, and, much like our own stores, the artistic, cultural and charitable communities of Winnipeg have all had to reimagine themselves over the past few months to protect the health and wellbeing of their audiences, staff, volunteers, friends, and neighbours.
These groups are still committed to bringing you as much engagement as they can from a safe distance, and after the jump you will find all of the ways to stay connected in Winnipeg during these difficult times...Categories: Store News, Winnipeg, Newsletter
Time to thaw out with a breath of fresh literature! New books from Hilary Mantel, Erik Larson, Anne Enright, Rebecca Solnit, Marie Kondo, and many other big names, plus a slew of new poetry collections just in time for Poetry Month in April — find out about it all in our March & April 2020 edition of The Bookseller.Categories: Store News, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Newsletter
Take a look back on 2019 with our annual lists of Manitoba and Saskatchewan bestsellers, and then find out all about this new decade's newest and most exciting books in our January & February edition of The Bookseller.Categories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Newsletter
Get yourself prepared with our annual holiday catalogue, Books of the Season, which features the best books, music, toys, games, and gifts for everyone on your list.
Pick up a free copy of the catalogue in any of our bookstores, or read it online right now >>>Categories: Store News, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Newsletter
Margaret Atwood, Malcolm Gladwell, Rainbow Rowell, Louise Penny, Michael Crummey, Emma Donoghue, Ta-Nahisi Coates, and many more — so many new books by your favourite authors are coming this fall! Plus we have many gifts, toys, games, music, and movies to look forward to.
Read about it all in the September & October 2019 issue of The Bookseller >>>Categories: Store News, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Newsletter
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