The Latest & Greatest: Award Winners in the Library

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This post combines two of my favourite things: lists and books (no wonder I love my job as the cataloguer here in the RDC Library!). Here’s a list of the lists in this post:

List One: we’ve ordered a cornucopia of award-winning titles, some of which are ready to check out and add to your summer reading pile. They’re on the New Books shelf in the library, but don’t wait – these are the hot titles that have set the book world buzzing.

List Two: if you love award-winning books, check out the links at the bottom of this post. Many of these titles are also in the library – search here to find them.

List Three: head over to my favourite bookish website, earlyword.com, scroll down & you’ll find their massive A-Z list of awards in the right-hand column, from the Agatha Awards to the World Fantasy Awards.

Happy reading!

List One: New Award Winners in the RDC Library

List Two: Lists of Award Winners

Major Award-Winning Fiction since 1990

Indigo’s List of Book Award Winners & Nominees

Amazon’s List of Book Awards

Governor General’s Literary Awards 

Alberta Literary Awards Finalists and Winners

Booker Prize Winners

Giller Prize Winners

CBC Bookie Awards

Wikipedia’s List of Literary Awards (with links to all)

List Three

Well, this wasn’t an actual list – just a recommendation to visit earlyword.com and check out their impressive list of book awards. But hey, I appreciate that you read all the way down, so here’s a bonus for you: the library has also purchased a few Academy Award-winning films – Imitation Game, 12 Years a Slave, Boyhood – and they are on the New Book display too!

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