Sacks is one of my favourite science writers. His light hearted forays through material which is often anything but light hearted are always certain to delight.
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The City of Toronto announced the finalists for the 31st annual Toronto Book Awards, with “great stories that enrich our experience of the city,” according to Mayor John Tory.
Join us for the announcement of the winner on Thursday, October 15 at 7 pm at the Bram & Bluma Appel Salon hosted by CBC’s Gill Deacon.
Leading up to the award ceremony, come hear the finalists read at the Toronto Book Awards tent during Word on the Street on Sunday, September 27 and at North York Central Library’s An Evening with the Shortlisted Authors on Thursday, October 8 at 7 pm.
FYI… We either already have these books in at the Library – or they will be there very soon!!
Will Ferguson, Nino Ricci, Camilla Gibb, Plum Johnson Headline eh List Author Series for Fall 2015 Toronto Public Library’s showcase of top Canadian books and authors, the eh List, returns for its sixth season with a roster of award winning writers from across the country. Meet these literary gems including Scotiabank Giller Prize winner Will Ferguson, Governor General’s Award winner Nino Ricci, Trillium Book Prize winner Camilla Gibb and RBC Taylor Prize winner Plum Johnson.
Novelist Heather O’Neill launches the fall season on September 3 as fiction takes centre stage with Terry Fallis, Dianne Warren, Elizabeth Hay, Don Gillmor and Greg Hollingshead to discuss their new novels.
Also appearing is Canadian curling champion Colleen Jones, award-winning Canadian science journalist Alanna Mitchell with John Geiger, 2015 Trillium Book Prize winner Kate Cayley and Canadian cartoonist Lynn Johnston plus many more. See the complete eh List lineup in branches across the city
This fall’s Eh! List has just been announced. Hot authors include at least of my favourite Canadian women: Heather O’Neill and Camilla Gibb. See the full listing here.
Find out everything that’s happening at the Toronto Public Library in the next little while here at this week’s What’s On At Your Library e-newsletter.