Canada Reads 2021 Day Three: Watch the replay
On Day Three of Canada Reads 2021, there are three books left in contention. Which book will be eliminated next?
Watch the recap of Day Three on this page or find other ways and times to tune in here.
- How to tune in to Canada Reads 2021
- Day Two Highlight | 'Repetition is the key to success... it's a battle of the mind': Rosey Edeh champions The Midnight Bargain
On Day One, Two Trees Make a Forest by Jessica J. Lee and championed by Scott Helman was the first book to be eliminated. On Day Two, Rosey Edeh championed The Midnight Bargain by C.L. Polk, but the book was the next to be removed from contention.
The champions and their chosen books are:
- Olympian and broadcaster Rosey Edeh champions The Midnight Bargain by C.L. Polk
- Singer-songwriter Scott Helman champions Two Trees Make a Forest by Jessica J. Lee
- Actor and filmmaker Devery Jacobs champions Jonny Appleseed by Joshua Whitehead
- Actor Paul Sun-Hyung Lee champions Hench by Natalie Zina Walschots
- Chef, recording artist and TV host Roger Mooking champions Butter Honey Pig Bread by Francesca Ekwuyasi
The third round of Canada's annual battle of the books (March 10, 2021) featured a lively discussion as the five panellists debated on which of the three remaining books is the "one book to transport us."
Moderated by host Ali Hassan, the panellists talked about how their books explore resilience, accessibility and trauma — with the ensuing conversation leading to another vote.
Want to learn more about the books? Check out the Canada Reads 2021 podcast.
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Here are some other ways you can tune into Canada Reads 2021:
ON RADIO: Canada Reads will air on CBC Radio at 11:05 a.m. ET, CT, MT, PT at 1:05 p.m. in AT, and at 1:35 p.m. CST in Newfoundland and Labrador.
ON TV: CBC TV will broadcast Canada Reads at 1 p.m. ET, CT, MT, PT; at 2 p.m. in AT; and at 2:30pm in Newfoundland and Labrador.
ONLINE: CBC Books will livestream the debates at 11 a.m. ET on CBCBooks.ca, YouTube, Facebook and Gem. The debates will be available to replay online each day. The livestreams on YouTube and Facebook will be available to watch outside Canada.