The bestselling books in Canada: Sept. 24-30, 2017

Glass Houses by Louise Penny ranks on top of the Canadian fiction list.

These are the bestselling Canadian books for Sept. 24-30, 2017.

Bestseller lists are compiled by Bookmanager using weekly sales stats from over 230 Canadian independent stores. 

Canadian fiction | Canadian nonfiction | Canadian kids

Canadian fiction

  1. Glass Houses by Louise Penny
  2. Do Not Say We Have Nothing by Madeleine Thien​
  3. The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood
  4. milk and honey by Rupi Kaur
  5. The Witches of New York by Ami McKay
  6. Brother by David Chariandy
  7. Indian Horse by Richard Wagamese
  8. ​First Snow, Last Light by Wayne Johnston
  9. The Handmaid's Tale (TV Tie-in Edition) by Margaret Atwood​
  10. The Break by Katherena Vermette

Canadian nonfiction

  1. Run, Hide, Repeat by Pauline Dakin
  2. No Is Not Enough by Naomi Klein
  3. In Search of A Better World by Payam Akhavan
  4. The Inconvenient Indian by Thomas King
  5. Embers by Richard Wagamese
  6. Seven Fallen Feathers by Tanya Talaga   
  7. Lightfoot by Nicholas Jennings
  8. The Ghost Orchard by Helen Humphreys
  9. All We Leave Behind by Carol Off
  10. ​The Return of History by Jennifer Welsh

Canadian kids

  1. Love You Forever by Robert Munsch, illustrated by Sheila McGraw
  2. Stolen Words by Melanie Florence, illustrated by Gabrielle Grimard
  3. The Blackthorn Key by Kevin Sands
  4. The Assassin's Curse by Kevin Sands
  5. If You're Thankful and You Know It by Chrissy Bozik, illustrated by Patricia Storms   
  6. The Paper Bag Princess by Robert Munsch, illustrated by Michael Martchenko
  7. The Antlered Ship by Dashka Slater, illustrated by Terry Fan & Eric Fan
  8. When We Were Alone by David Robertson, illustrated by Julie Flett
  9. Canada ABC by Paul Covello
  10. Fatty Legs by Christy Jordan-Fenton & Margaret Pokiak-Fenton, illustrated by Liz Amini-Holmes

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