August 28, 2014 - 15:34 — ShannonMcNaperville

You'll find many authors from north of the border represented among our shelves. 

To list a few favorites (with their best-known titles):

Margaret Atwood - The Handmaid's Tale

Douglas Coupland - Generation X

L.M. Montgomery - Anne of Green Gables

Michael Ondaatje - The English Patient


Also check out these novels about our neighbors to the north!


- The Peerless Four (Patterson): The 1928 Olympics was first time that women are allowed to compete in track and field. Four Canadian athletes experienced hardship and pressure as they stepped up to represent their country.


- Bride of New France (Desrochers): As part of a group of 800 French girls sent abroad to become brides for Canadian colonists, an orphaned young woman struggles on a rough frontier.


- The Tenderness of Wolves (Penney): After a murder rocks an isolated Northern settlement and a young man goes missing, a mother must seek him -- and answers -- in the midst of unrest that brews in the community as treacherous weather threatens.


- Bachelor Brothers' Bed and Breakfast (Richardson): A pair of twin brothers open a Bed and Breakfast catering to those seeking a bookish retreat.