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HARDCOVER FICTION

  1. The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest
    Stieg Larsson. Mystery. $32.00.
  2. Fauna
    Alissa York. Fiction. $29.95.
  3. * Curiosity
    Joan Thomas. Fiction. $32.99.
  4. * The Matter with Morris
    David Bergen. Fiction. $29.99.
  5. Noah's Turn
    Ken Finkleman. Fiction. $24.99.

HARDCOVER NON-FICTION

  1. Sunray
    Valerie Fortney. Canadian History. $32.95.
  2. * Henry Kalen's Manitoba
    Henry Kalen. Regional Interest. $24.95.
  3. A Year of Living Generously
    Lawrence Scanlan. Psychology. $32.95.
  4. A Journey: My Political Life
    Tony Blair. Biography. $40.00.
  5. * The Day the Music Died
    Les MacDonald. Music. $27.95.

PAPERBACK FICTION

  1. Too Much Happiness
    Alice Munro. Fiction. $20.00.
  2. Sarah's Key
    Tatiana De Rosnay. Fiction. $15.50.
  3. Glimpse: Selected Aphorisms
    George Murray. Canadian Poetry. $16.95.
  4. The Bishop's Man
    Linden MacIntyre. Fiction. $22.00.
  5. Secret Daughter
    Shilpi Somaya Gowda. Fiction. $19.99.

PAPERBACK NON-FICTION

  1. * Manitoba Wild
    Janet Lewis Anderson. Health. $18.95.
  2. * What's Wrong With Our Schools and How We Can Fix Them
    Michael Zwaagstra, Rodney Clifton, John Long. Education. $27.95.
  3. Storied Landscapes
    Frances Swyripa. Regional Interest. $26.95.
  4. * The Work of Her Hands
    Plynn Gutman. Canadian Biography. $19.00.
  5. * The Jagged Years of Ruthie J.
    Ruth Simkin. Canadian Biography. $24.95.

BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

  1. * The Food Bank Mystery
    Leuba Franko. Canadian Intermediate Fiction. $15.00.
  2. It's a Book
    Lane Smith. Picture Book. $15.99.
  3. The Hunger Games #1
    Suzanne Collins. Teen Science Fiction. $9.99.
  4. Love You Forever
    Robert Munsch. Canadian Picture Book. $5.95.
  5. Mockingjay, The Hunger Games #3
    Suzanne Collins. Teen Science Fiction. $19.99.

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