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101 Tips for a Zero-Waste Kitchen

101 Tips for a Zero-Waste Kitchen

Kellogg, Kathryn.
2024

Kathryn Kellogg is taking her accessible tips for a zero-waste lifestyle and focusing on the heart of the house. The average family of four will lose $1,500 annually on food waste. This is your guide to reducing waste in your kitchen. Kathryn will teach you how to buy in bulk, avoid unnecessary packaging, upcycle jars, and more. Plus, she'll give you recipes that make use of your scraps: preserve your lemon peels for extra flavour, create simple syrup from strawberry tops, and revive shriveled mushrooms. Print run 20,000.

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Adorable houseplants to crochet

Adorable houseplants to crochet

Clesse, Marie, author.
2023


Breakers of the code

Breakers of the code

Hunter, Erin, author
2024

"The time for rain is approaching fast, but before the Great Spirit will let it fall, the animals of Bravelands must grapple with a dangerous new threat. Cast out of his coalition, Stride the cheetah embarks on a perilous mission for the Great Parent, accompanied by a honey badger burdened with a dark and mysterious past. Whisper the water buffalo has been searching desperately for her brother Echo, presumed dead after a terrible fall. Meanwhile, without his guidance, the herd wanders in circles as another headstrong male tries to seize control of the migration. And the hyena now known as Breathstealer finds herself pulled in two directions--courted by the Great Spirit at one moment and other times tempted by the Great Devourer, who sends her compelling visions of power and plenty. The balance of power in Bravelands rests on a knifes edge, and the Great Devourer waits hungrily in the shadows. Will these unlikely heroes be able to restore their home?"--Provided by publisher.

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Clive Cussler's The Serpent's Eye : A Sam and Remi Fargo Adventure.

Clive Cussler's The Serpent's Eye : A Sam and Remi Fargo Adventure.

Cussler, Clive.
2024

The latest action-packed thriller featuring tresure-hunting team Sam and Remi Fargo. Print run 300,000.

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Closer together : knowing ourselves, loving each other

Closer together : knowing ourselves, loving each other

Grégoire Trudeau, Sophie, author
2024

As a passionate advocate for mental health, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau believes that in order to know and accept ourselves fully, we need to understand why we think and feel the way we do, and recognize the experiences, attitudes, and patterns that may be holding us back. This book is enriched by exclusive interviews with experts as she delves into the science behind brain health and our unique emotional signatures. Drawing on her own mindfulness and yoga practices, Sophie also offers journalling prompts and other tools that will guide readers as they explore these questions in their own lives.

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Confessions of the Dead

Confessions of the Dead

Patterson, James.
2024

Paperback.

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House of Glass A Novel.

House of Glass A Novel.

Pekkanen, Sarah.

Rose Barclay is a nine-year-old girl who witnessed the possible murder of her nanny - in the midst of her parent's bitter divorce - and immediately stopped speaking. Stella Hudson is a best interest attorney, appointed to serve as counsel for children in custody cases. Soon, Stella realizes the case is even more twisted and the Barclay family far more troubled than she feared. As Stella comes closer to uncovering the secrets the Barclays are desperate to hide, danger wraps around her like a shroud, and her past and present are set on a collision course in ways she never expected. Author of "Gone Tonight." Print run 250,000.

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How to Age Disgracefully A Novel.

How to Age Disgracefully A Novel.

Pooley, Clare.

When Lydia takes a job running a Senior Citizen's Social Club, she assumes she'll be spending her time drinking tea and playing gentle games of cards. These seniors look deceptively benign - but when age makes you invisible, secrets are so much easier to hide. When the city council threatens to sell the doomed community centre building, the Social Club joins forces with their tiny friends in the daycare next door to save the building. Together, this group's unorthodox methods may actually work, as long as the police don't catch up with them first. Author of "Iona Iverson's Rules for Commuting." Print run 13,000.

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I Would Die for You

I Would Die for You

Jones, Sandie.

Eighteen-year-old Nicole's dream comes true when rock god and heart-throb Ben Edwards pulls her up on stage during his show. After the concert, she and her best friend Susie head to the afterparty, where they meet the rest of their favourite band. But at that wild party, something devastating happens that will change their lives and friendship forever. Years later, having put that night behind her, Nicole has moved on and forged a successful life for herself. Then, a detective turns up on her doorstep, bringing that fateful moment back as if it was yesterday. Author of "The Other Woman." Print run 100,000.

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If Something Happens to Me A Novel.

If Something Happens to Me A Novel.

Finlay, Alex.

For the past five years, Ryan Richardson has relived that terrible night. The car door ripping open. The crushing blow to the head. The hands yanking him from the vehicle. His girlfriend Ali's piercing scream as she is taken. With no trace of Ali or the car, a cloud of suspicion hangs over Ryan. Until, on a summer trip abroad to Italy with his law-school classmates, Ryan gets a call from his father: Ali's car has finally been found, submerged in a lake in his hometown. Inside are two dead men and a cryptic note with five words written on the envelope in Ali's handwriting: "If something happens to me..." Author of "What Have We Done." Print run 75,000.

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Jane Effing Smith Hard to Kill.

Jane Effing Smith Hard to Kill.

Patterson, James.

Attorney Jane Smith is mounting an impossible criminal defense. Her repeat client, Rob Jacobson, is the unluckiest of the lucky. No sooner is he accused of killing a family of three in the Hamptons than a second family is gunned down. It's not double jeopardy. It's not double murder. It's double triple homicide. Jane mounts the most complex investigation of her career. But she's facing her own serial killer. Print run 300,000.

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Joy A Novel.

Joy A Novel.

Steel, Danielle.

Attending boarding school, life takes a turn for Allegra Dixon when she meets dashing young West Point cadet Shep Williams. When Shep receives a posting to Afghanistan, they decide to marry before he goes. Each time he leaves, Shep promises the separations will soon come to an end. But soon Allegra realizes that the horrors of war have begun to change her husband into a man she no longer recognizes. The trauma he has experienced proves to be too harrowing, and Allegra will find herself feeling utterly alone again just when she thought she'd finally found happiness. Print run 400,000.

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Lenny Marks Gets Away with Murder A Novel.

Lenny Marks Gets Away with Murder A Novel.

Mayne, Kerryn.

Lenny Marks is very, very good at not remembering what happened the day her mother and stepfather disappeared when she was still a child. One day a voice in the back of her mind started whispering, "You did this." When a letter from the parole board arrives in the mail - and her desperate attempts to ignore it fail - Lenny starts to unravel. As long-buried memories come to the surface, Lenny finds herself forced to connect with the community around her, and unexpected new relationships begin to bloom. Lenny Marks may finally get a life - but what if her past catches up to her first? Print run 150,000.

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Look on the Bright Side

Look on the Bright Side

Higgins, Kristan.

Lark Smith has always had a plan for her life. Things aren't going so well. A potential solution comes from the foul-tempered and renowned surgeon Lorenzo Santini (aka Dr. Satan). He needs a date this summer for his sister's wedding. His ancient Noni wants to see him settled. In exchange, he could make a few introductions and maybe get Lark back into the field of her choice. As a sucker for old people and fake relationships, Lark agrees. Teeny problem - she instantly falls for his big, warm family. Especially his estranged brother. Print run 30,000.

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Market for Murder A Novel.

Market for Murder A Novel.

Graham, Heather.

Scotland has a dead body problem. And in the wake of a similar spate of tribute killings, Special Agents Luke Kendrick and Carly MacDonald know they have their work cut out for them. Working alongside a new team of agents, the partners have more questions than answers when the crime scenes yield little evidence. As questions begin to arise about the newest additions to their team, Luke and Carly are running out of time - and people they can trust - to catch the killers before the agents themselves are the next to be put on ice.

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Our little secret

Our little secret

Jackson, Lisa, author
2024

Brooke Harmon is ready to end her brief affair. Gideon Ross is charming and sexy, but he's not worth throwing away everything she holds dear. So she breaks it off, hoping Gideon will understand. He doesn't. Gideon insists that he and Brooke are meant to be together. Little more than a year later, Brooke wants to believe it's all behind her. Her family has survived intact. Gideon has vanished. But the fear hasn't disappeared. Brooke can't tell how much of it is paranoia, and how much is justified, but she's worried. And maybe she's right to be. Because Gideon is a man who keeps his promises.

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Resurrection A Novel.

Resurrection A Novel.

Steel, Danielle.

To celebrate twenty years of marriage, Darcy Gray impulsively flies to Rome to surprise her husband, who is tending to business interests there. Instead, she gets the shock of her life, which upends her whole world. Darcy finds a welcoming refuge in the home of the aging French movie star Sybille Carton. There, she meets a widowed American engineer and former Marine. Bill Thompson is kind and courteous but also carries an air of mystery about him. Darcy begins to see glimpses of new possibilities. Print run 400,000.

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Somewhere Beyond the Sea

Somewhere Beyond the Sea

Klune, TJ.

Arthur Parnassus is the master of a strange orphanage on a distant and peculiar island, and he hopes to soon be the adoptive father to the six dangerous and magical children who live there. But when Arthur is summoned to make a public statement about his dark past, he finds himself at the helm of a fight for the future that his family, and all magical people, deserve. And when a new magical child hopes to join them on their island home - one who finds power in calling himself monster, a name that Arthur worked so hard to protect his children from - Arthur knows they're at a breaking point.

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The Summer Escape A Novel.

The Summer Escape A Novel.

Shalvis, Jill.

Anna Moore didn't just wake up one day and decide to go on a wild quest, so how in the world does she end up racing against the clock with Owen Harris, a sexy, enigmatic adventurist, to prove her beloved dad innocent of stealing a million-dollar necklace? Together Anna and Owen go on a scavenger hunt for clues to the past. On opposing sides and suspicious of each other as they are, Anna and Owen still can't deny the inexplicable and explosive chemistry between them - with an outcome of which will prove the necklace isn't the only thing stolen - their hearts have been as well. Print run 30,000.

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The Summer Pact A Novel.

The Summer Pact A Novel.

Giffin, Emily.

Four freshmen arrive at college from completely different worlds. As their college years fly by, their bond intensifies and the four become inseparable. But as graduation nears, their lives are forever changed after a desperate act leads to tragic consequences. Ten years later, it soon becomes clear that they are facing their own crossroads. True to their promise, they agree to take a time out from lives headed in wrong directions and embark on a journey of self-discovery, forgiveness, and acceptance. Author of "Meant to Be." Print run 25,000.

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Swan Song

Swan Song

Hilderbrand, Elin.

Chief of Police Ed Kapenash is about to retire. Blond Sharon is going through a divorce. But when a 22-million-dollar summer home is purchased by the mysterious Richardsons, Ed, Sharon, and everyone in the community are swept up in high drama. When the Richardsons' house burns to the ground and their most essential employee goes missing, the entire island is up in arms. Print run 750,000.

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This Is Why We Lied

This Is Why We Lied

Slaughter, Karin.

Details to follow. Print run 250,000.

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Waiting for the Long Night Moon Stories.

Waiting for the Long Night Moon Stories.

Peters, Amanda.

Amanda Peters describes the Indigenous experience from an astonishingly wide spectrum in time and place - from contact with the first European settlers, to the forced removal of Indigenous children, to the present-day fight for the right to clean water. A young man returns from residential school only to realize he can no longer communicate with his own parents. A young woman finds purpose and healing on the front lines as a water protector. An old man remembers his life as he patiently waits for death. And a young girl nervously dances in her first Mawi'omi. Author of "The Berry Pickers." Residence: Annapolis Valley, N.S. Print run 6,000.

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Witchcraft for Wayward Girls

Witchcraft for Wayward Girls

Hendrix, Grady.

Set in Florida in the 1970s, this novel follows five young women in a home for unwed mothers who find a guide to witchcraft. Author of "How to Sell a Haunted House." Print run 250,000.

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