Judging by the number of Dummies titles published for Canadians, they must be well loved in our country. Here are some key titles:
Check out this year's winners of the James Beard Foundation Awards. We got 'em all!
Are you and your family prepared for the next possible outbreak? London's own Vincent Lam explains the why pandemics occur, how people react and what you can do to be more prepared: The Pandemic Flu and You: A Canadian Guide
The winner of the Donner Prize was announced today:
Ken Coates' "Arctic Front: Defending Canada in the Far North" received the $35,000 prize.
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Try some of these Bestsellers from 2008. You can probably pick up a copy today!
So who will it be? Adam or Allison, Danny or Li'l? No matter what the outcome, chances are you'll be seeing a CD by each of them in not too distant future.
Naomi Klein has been announced the winner of the Warwick Prize for Writing for her book The Shock Doctrine. This is the first time the award has been given. The award recognizes writing in English in any genre or form, based on a theme that changes from award to award. This year's theme was Complexity.