The bestselling books in Canada: Oct. 29 to Nov. 4, 2017

Game Change by Ken Dryden is #1 on the Canadian nonfiction list.

These are the bestselling Canadian books for Oct. 29 to Nov. 4, 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

Rupi Kaur's poetry collection The Sun and Her Flowers is the follow-up to her bestseller milk and honey. (Simon & Schuster)
  1. The Sun and Her Flowers by Rupi Kaur
  2. Christmas at the Vinyl Cafe by Stuart McLean
  3. ​milk and honey by Rupi Kaur
  4. Sleeping in the Ground by Peter Robinson
  5. Glass Houses by Louise Penny
  6. Indian Horse by Richard Wagamese
  7. Do Not Say We Have Nothing by Madeleine Thien
  8. Transit by Rachel Cusk
  9. The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood
  10. Son of a Trickster by Eden Robinson

Canadian nonfiction

Ken Dryden speaks at the "We Can Do Better" Governor General's Conference on Concussions in Sport in 2016. (Fred Chartrand/Canadian Press/Signal)
  1. Game Change by Ken Dryden
  2. Powered by Love by Joanna Henry, with Ilana Landsberg-Lewis
  3. Seven Fallen Feathers by Tanya Talaga
  4. Secret Path by Gord Downie & Jeff Lemire
  5. ​Killer by Doug Gilmour, with Dan Robson               
  6. The Inconvenient Indian by Thomas King
  7. Lightfoot by Nicholas Jennings
  8. Run, Hide, Repeat by Pauline Dakin
  9. Embers by Richard Wagamese
  10. No is Not Enough by Naomi Klein

Canadian kids

Love You Forever by Robert Munsch, illustrated by Sheila McGraw, has sold over 30 million copies in the past decade. (Frank Gunn/Canadian Press/Firefly Books)
  1. Love You Forever by Robert Munsch, illustrated by Sheila McGraw
  2. The Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline
  3. When We Were Alone by David A. Robertson, illustrated by Julie Flett
  4. Stolen Words by Melanie Florence, illustrated by Gabrielle Grimard
  5. I Am Not a Number by Jenny Kay Dupuis & Kathy Kacer, illustrated by Gillian Newland
  6. The Darkest Dark by Chris Hadfield, illustrated by Terry Fan & Eric Fan
  7. The Blackthorn Key by Kevin Sands
  8. Narwhal by Ben Clanton
  9. The Enormous Suitcase by Robert Munsch, illustrated by Michael Martchenko
  10. Carson Crosses Canada by Linda Bailey, illustrated by Kass Reich


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