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Little Girl Gazelle

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Little Girl Gazelle

Linda Leith Publishing

Children's Literature. African & African American Studies. Part fable, part metaphor, LITTLE GIRL GAZELLE is an extraordinarily beautiful picture book focused on discrimination and equality—and presenting parents' subtle efforts to ready their black...

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A Woman of Her Time: Memories of My Mother

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A Woman of Her Time: Memories of My Mother

Linda Leith Publishing

Literary Nonfiction. Women's Studies. Memoir. Translated by Liedewy Hawke. In this memoir, the distinguished feminist author and poet Louise Dupré conjures up the tragedies and joys of her mother's life—and does so not only in the personal context o...

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Home Sickness

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Home Sickness

Linda Leith Publishing

Fiction. Asian & Asian American Studies. LGBTQIA Studies. The characters in these ten stories are longing for escape and attempt to leave home, but inevitably and perhaps ironically find themselves homesick. Chih-Ying Lay, a Montreal-based expatriat...

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Lightness

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Lightness

Linda Leith Publishing

Fiction. Women's Studies. Translated by Anita Anand. Told with startling, unapologetic honesty and in a haunting, minimalist style, LIGHTNESS is the story of a woman's profound sense of alienation, beginning with her own physical body and its desire...

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Who Belongs in Quebec? Identity Politics in a Changing Society

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Who Belongs in Quebec? Identity Politics in a Changing Society

Linda Leith Publishing

Literary Nonfiction. Are Quebecers less tolerant than other Canadians? Ongoing debate about secularism and religious symbols has led many observers to ask that very question. Premier François Legault denied that racism or Islamophobia exists in Queb...

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ABC MTL
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ABC MTL

Linda Leith Publishing

Children's Literature. Nonfiction. Photography by Bruno Ricci. Translated by Katia Grubisic. Montreal spelled out in a mosaic of haiku, descriptive text and full-colour photographs. From A to Z, every letter introduces a different aspect of the city...

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Claremont
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Claremont

Linda Leith Publishing

Fiction. How to survive the unthinkable? This is the question nine-year-old Tom has to face after witnessing his parent's murder-suicide. After the horrific event, Tom refuses to speak. At first, he moves in with his childless Aunt Sonya, but she is...

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The Far Himalaya
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The Far Himalaya

Linda Leith Publishing

Fiction. Young and homeless on the streets of Toronto, Benjamin Doheney is sustained by an unusual source of strength: his devotion to Sanskrit, the ancient literary language of India. Together with Aditi, a student of Sanskrit at the University of ...

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The Girl Who Stole Everything

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The Girl Who Stole Everything

Linda Leith Publishing

Fiction. Jewish Studies. A stolen house on a Polish square. A pop bottle on Vancouver's east side. Nadia Baltzan knows a few things about theft. THE GIRL WHO STOLE EVERYTHING is a fresh and telling portrait of the relationship between prewar Polish ...

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A Joy To Be Hidden
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A Joy To Be Hidden

Linda Leith Publishing

Fiction. Jewish Studies. Women's Studies. A JOY TO BE HIDDEN is set in a vividly recreated late-90s New York City. The protagonist is Alice Stein, a graduate student whose father died a year before, and who has now lost her grandmother. In the proce...

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