Review: The Bees by Laline Paull

You have never read a book like this before. There. I said it. I have a slight fear of bees and wasps, if by slight I meant crippling and devastating. I’m the guy you see running, ducking and screaming away from the picnic table or paralyzed with fear beside a well trafficked flower. Nevertheless, I […]

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A Q&A With Anchorboy Jay Onrait

Jay Onrait (aka “Anchorboy”) is a beloved sports anchor on FOX Sports 1. He stars in The Jay and Dan Podcast with his co-anchor, Dan O’Toole, and is the author of the recently released Anchorboy, a book of personal stories featuring the rise of the small-town Canadian prairie boy and his journey to broadcasting in […]

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Review: Rising Sun, Falling Shadow by Daniel Kalla

Daniel Kalla’s previous novel, The Far Side of the Sky, was a big hit in the office here, but I never had a chance to pick it up and experience what so many people were talking about. With that in mind, as soon as Rising Sun, Falling Shadow came out I snapped it up right […]

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The Read The Hobbit Challenge: Advice from our official Hobbit expert

This month we’ve challenged ourselves to Read The Hobbit. We asked Jason (@J_Pratt15), our in-house Hobbit expert, to give us a bit of advice on reading this beloved classic… Take it away, Jason! Not only was I surprised at how many people in the HarperCollins Canada office hadn’t read The Hobbit, I was disappointed. I […]

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