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In the late summer of 2015, a single image served to crystallize emotions and outrage around the world. The image was that of a Syrian toddler’s corpse that had been discovered washed up on a Turkish beach. When this heart-breaking photo appeared on the front pages of the world’s newspapers the hordes of asylum-seekers then pressing for entry into the European Union suddenly had a human face.

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The Countdown is On...

Posted on December 12 by admin

The holidays are rapidly approaching, and all of us here at DundurnHQ spent today pigging out on a table of excessively delicious holiday cookies after a very sucessful cookie exchange/bake-off.  

'Tis definitely the season for great holiday eats and great holiday reads! So as the countdown to the holidays continues, here are some highlights from our awesome titles (any of which would look great under your Christmas tree)!

Time for another update on all the amazing things Dundurn authors have been getting up to! 

Looking for a 'great' gift? Outdoor Canada magazine suggests The Great Canadian Bucket List by Robin Esrock in their 'Seven Gift Ideas for Outdoor Families' feature. Perfect for anyone looking for their next adventure! 

Brr! It's getting chilly (and snowy!) outside, definitely time to hibernate with a good book! Don't worry, DundurnHQ has got you covered-- here are our weekly highlights, perfect for finding your next great read!

This week Quill & Quire released their picks of Books of the Year, and Projection by Priscila Uppal was included as one of the top nonfiction releases for 2013.  

Wow, it’s Hallo-week already, and tomorrow the streets will be filled with ghosts and goblins galore. There’s nothing spooky about our media highlights though, so take a break from carving pumpkins and practicing your zombie walk to hear about what our authors have been up to this week!

Chances are high that you heard, saw, or read about a Dundurn author this week—they were everywhere! So let’s jump right into our weekly highlights, starting with the exciting news that Is This Your First War? Travels Through the Post-9/11 Islamic World won the Ottawa Book Award for Non-Fiction on Tuesday.

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