• April’s Top 5 reads from Atlantic Canada

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    Chapters-Indigo logo stackedChapters-Indigo has put together a list of bestsellers for the Atlantic provinces for March. Check below and see what the popular reads are in your province.

    NOVA SCOTIA – APRIL LOCAL TOP 5

    1. I Owe It All To Rock and Roll and the CBC by Frank Cameron (Local Interest)
    2. Lexicon Volume 16 by Theresa Williams (Local Interest)
    3. Big Book of Lexicon Volumes 123 by Theresa Williams (Local Interest)
    4. Lexicon Volume 15 by Theresa Williams (Local Interest)
    5. What I Learned About Politics by Graham Steele (Local Interest)

    NEW BRUNSWICK – APRIL LOCAL TOP 5

    1. A Measure Of Light by Beth Powning (Fiction)
    2. Irving VS Irving by Jacques Poitras (Business)
    3. Creatures of the Rock by Andrew Peacock (Biography)
    4. You Might Be From New Brunswick If… by Michael De Adder (Local Interest)
    5. Waterfalls of New Brunswick GD by Nicholas Guitard (Local Interest)

    PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND – APRIL LOCAL TOP 5

    1. The Little Book of Prince Edward Island by John Sylvester (Local Interest)
    2. Prince Edward Island by Wayne Barrett and Anne MacKay (Local Interest)
    3. Wild Island by John Sylvester (Local Interest)
    4. Elora Of Stone by Jaime Mann (Local Interest)
    5. Formac Pocketguide to Prince Edward Island Birds by Jeffery C. Domm (Nature)

     NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR – APRIL LOCAL TOP 5

    1. Rock Recipes by Barry Parsons (Local Interest)
    2. Sweetland by Michael Crummey (Fiction)
    3. Where I Belong by Alan Doyle (Biography)
    4. Eating Habits of the Chronically Lonesome by Megan Gail Coles (Local Interest)
    5. Newfoundland and Labrador Lullaby by Joy Steuerwald (Local Interest)
  • Angela Mombourquette is an award-winning multimedia journalist and former editor of Atlantic Books Today. and with expertise in digital storytelling, social media and journalism business models. in 2015, she earned a master’s degree in journalism at the University of King’s College in Halifax, NS, and launched LifeAfterGluten.ca, Canada’s go-to resource for gluten free living.

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