We are pleased to announce we have just launched The Bookseller Box — our monthly subscription program of hand-selected books and gifts for readers of all ages!
Each month we'll send you the new releases our booksellers are most excited about, along with a few other goodies to enhance your reading experience. Tell us what genres and topics you’re interested in, how long you’d like to subscribe for, where you're located, and we’ll take care of the rest.
The price of the subscription varies depending on which plan you choose and how many months you sign up for (longer subscriptions get a discount!), and it's a flat-rate fee of $5 per month for shipping to anywhere in Canada. Reader Reward Card holders also receive their regular 10% discount on any of our subscription plans.
For all of the details and to see our subscription plan options, please visit this page.
Bookseller Boxes also make fantastic personalized gifts! Just make sure to specify the recipient’s name and interests when signing up on their behalf.Categories: Site News, Store News, Saskatoon, Winnipeg
Our annual holiday catalogue, Books & Gifts of the Season, is now available!
This year there will be no print edition of the catalogue, and instead it will be entirely online. You can start exploring it here:
- Books & Gifts of the Season for older teens and adults
- Books of the Season for Babies, Kids, and Teens
All of the items found in those lists can be purchased here on the website, in person at your nearest McNally Robinson bookstore, or by phone. For bookstore and contact details, including our current hours of operation, please visit this page.
We offer curbside pickup at our bookstores, delivery within Winnipeg, and shipping anywhere in the world via Canada Post. We can even giftwrap your online order and send it directly to your recipient.Categories: Site News, Store News, Saskatoon, Winnipeg
King Aloysius has discovered the power of demons’ smoke. It can make a child faster and stronger than the most fit solider. With his power hungry ways, he plans to make an army like no other, an army of children. There are few who can stop him, Princess Cathrine, Ambrose, Tash, Edyon, and March. Coming from all walks of life, they must come together, go through the demon tunnels, thwart politicians and assassins, and stop King Aloysius plans before it is to late. I would rate this book a 2/5 because there is way to much love, sex, politics, and all the stuff I don’t like in a good fantasy book.
- Jubilee, a Two Thumbs Up reviewerCategories: Site News, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up
We received so many wonderful entries for our It Seemed Impossible writing contest! We were overwhelmed and thrilled with the excellent writing. The stories were interesting and clever, and we truly congratulate all the young writers on their compositions.
The winners of the It Seemed Impossible writing contest are:
First Place: Alexandria Martin from Linden Meadows School
Second Place: Anthony Zuniga from Marion School
Third Place: Rebecca Adams from Montrose School
Honourable Mention: Kaiden Cancilla from ecole St. Germain
Please join us for our awards evening on Thursday, May 1st at 7:00 in the Atrium. The winners will read their stories, and you will be able to meet our special guest judge Larry Verstraete, author of Life or Death: Surviving the Impossible.Categories: Site News, Winnipeg
We're so very pleased to announce that one of Canada's most beloved authors, Kenneth Oppel, will be joining us on Monday May 12 at 7:00 pm in Winnipeg to launch his new book The Boundless (HaperCollins Canada). The official event listing is here.
Oppel will be speaking about his latest work and reading selections before signing books for those in attendance.
Will Everett wasn't born with a silver spoon in his mouth, but after his family's fortunes change, he finds himself with a first-class ticket for The Boundless. The longest, most glamorous locomotive in the world, it stretches more than eleven kilometres long and pulls an astounding 987 cars: passenger cars, shooting galleries, gardens, an onboard swimming pool, cinema and much more. But its maiden voyage won't be a smooth ride for Will. Sasquatches, bog-dwelling hags, murder, and illusions abound in this outsized middle-grade adventure.
Kenneth Oppel is the Governor General's Award-winning author of the Airborn series and the Silverwing saga, which has sold over a million copies worldwide. His most recent novels are Half Brother, winner of both the CLA Book of the Year for Children Award and the Young Adult Book award; This Dark Endeavour, finalist for the Governor General's Literary Award; and Such Wicked Intent, finalist for the CLA Young Adult Book Award. Canada's nominee for the 2014 Hans Christian Andersen Award, Kenneth Oppel lives in Toronto with his wife and their three children. Visit him online.Categories: Site News, Authors, Winnipeg, Event News, Live at McNally Robinson
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