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Ten Years Later

By Hoda Kotb (Simon and Schuster, $19)

Today show personality Hoda Kotb's looks at the life-changing moments of six people, revisiting them here a decade later.

 

Red Wolf

By Jennifer Dance (Dundurn, $13)

An Anishnaabek Nation boy and an orphaned wolf befriend each other before suffering separation and a harrowing journey home.

 

The Woman Upstairs

By Claire Messud (Vintage, $20)

An elementary-school teacher in Cambridge, Mass. is drawn into the complex family dynamics of one of her students.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition February 8, 2014 ??65535

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Updated on Saturday, February 8, 2014 at 9:06 AM CST: Tweaks formatting.

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