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Mighty Gang Ranch
Chris Kind
Paperback
in store $25.50
Scoundrels, Dreamers & Second Sons
Mark Zuehlke
Paperback | May 2016
in store $24.95
Bannock and Beans
Bob White
Paperback | Jun 2009
in store $18.95
The Golden Spruce
John Vaillant
Paperback | Jan 2006
in store $21.00
Old Lives
John Schreiber
Paperback | Mar 2011
in store $22.95
Tragedy on Jackass Mountain
Charles Scheideman
Paperback | Jun 2011
in store $24.95
Breaking Smith's Quarter Horse
Paul St Pierre
Paperback | Apr 1993
in store $16.95

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LARGE SELECTION OF NEW AND USED BOOKS
 
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(excluding mass market paperbacks & special orders)

REMEMBER EVERY TIME YOU PURCHASE A NEW BOOK (that is not discounted) YOU RECEIVE 5% IN POINTS. WHEN YOUR POINTS REACH $10.00 YOU CAN REDEEM!

 
 
EVERY MONTH  WE DO A DRAW FOR A FREE NUTHATCH BOOKS BOOK BAG
 FOR CUSTOMERS WHO HAVE SHOPPED AT NUTHATCH BOOKS THE PREVIOUS MONTH. 
 
 
 
 
BOOKER PRIZE WINNER - 2016
 
The Sellout - Paul Beatty

Paul Beatty's The Sellout showcases a comic genious at the top of his game.  It challenges the sacred tenets of the U.S. Constitution, urban life, the civil rights movement, the father-son relationship, and the holy grail of racial equality - the black Chinese restaurant.
 
GILLER PRIZE - 2016
AND
 GOVERNOR GENERAL'S LITERARY AWARD  2016
 
FICTION
 
DO NOT SAY WE HAVE NOTHING - Madeleine Thien

With maturity and sophistication, humour and beauty, a huge heart and impressive understanding, Thien has crafted a novel that is at once beautifully intimate and grandly political, rooted in the details of daily life inside China, yet transcendant in its universality.

GOVERNER GENERAL'S NON-FICTION AWARD
 
A WORLD WE HAVE LOST - Bill Waiser

A World We Have Lost examines the early history of Saskatchewan through and Aborginal and envirnonmental lens.  Indian and mixed-descent peoples played leading roles in the story - as did the land and climate.  By the time Saskatchewan entered confederation as a province in 1905, the world that had been encountered had become a world we have lost.
 
 
CANADA READS 2017
 
SHORTLIST


FIFTEEN DOGS - ANDRE ALEXIS

THE RIGHT TO BE COLD - SHEILA WATT-CLOUTIER

NOSTALGIA - M G VASSANJI

THE BREAK - KATHERENA VERMETTE

COMPANY TOWN - MADELINE ASHBY


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
USED BOOKS
 
POLICY
We buy at 10% or give credit at 25% on original selling price.  When using your credit you will pay half of the book's price and half will come off the credit accrued.  For example, if the book costs $6.00 you will pay $3.00 and $3.00 will come off your credit.  Credit is not redeemable for cash, but can be transferred to another person.
 
 
 
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