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Barkskins
Annie Proulx
Hardcover | Jun 2016
not in store $39.99
(available for order)
The Mandibles
Lionel Shriver
Paperback | Jun 2016
in store $22.99
The Mother of All Questions
Rebecca Solnit
Paperback | Mar 2017
on order $21.50
(releases Mar 17 2017)
Missing
Kelley Armstrong
Hardcover | Apr 2017
on order $21.99
(releases Apr 18 2017)
The Anatomy of Sheds
Jane Field-Lewis
Hardcover | Mar 2017
on order $42.00
(releases Mar 7 2017)
Devil on the Cross
Ngugi wa Thiong'o
Paperback | Apr 2017
on order $22.00
(releases Apr 11 2017)
Nearly Normal
Cea Sunrise Person
Paperback | Feb 2017
in store $24.99
Universal Harvester
John Darnielle
Paperback | Feb 2017
in store $21.99
The Lonely Hearts Hotel
Heather O'Neill
Hardcover | Feb 2017
in store $32.99
(more on order)
King's Cage
Victoria Aveyard
Hardcover | Feb 2017
in store $24.99
(more on order)
100 Million Years of Food
Stephen Le
Paperback | Jan 2017
in store $18.99
Masterminds
Gordon Korman
Paperback | Jan 2017
in store $9.99
A Harvest of Thorns
Corban Addison
Paperback | Jan 2017
in store $24.99
Steal Away Home
Karolyn Smardz Frost
Hardcover | Jan 2017
in store $29.99
Carve the Mark
Veronica Roth
Hardcover | Jan 2017
in store $28.50
(more on order)
Chair Yoga
Kristin McGee
Paperback | Jan 2017
in store $23.99

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The Village Bookshop is a eclectic independent bookstore in beautiful Bayfield, Ontario. Our carefully chosen inventory reflects our commitment to support Canadian writers, local authors and quality literature. We stock new releases, bestsellers, children's, young adult, non-fiction, and humour. The Bookshop is the area supplier for The Hudson's Bay signature collection of blankets, beach towels, and much more.  Something for everyone! Special orders are always welcome.


Out top sellers in JulySee more

Our Bestselling books this month are...

Alice Munro is still on the top of our list with Dear Life, a collection of her favourite stories.

Lila by Marilynne Robinson's novel, “Lila”, opens in about 1920, and it begins with a shocking action: a woman steals a child. Not that anybody seems to care much....this is Marilynne at her visionary best. She knows this, and works it. She inverts time, she loops it, she dispenses with whole chunks of it.

Circling the Sun by Paula McLain, author of The Paris Wife has turned to Africa with a fictional autobiography of Beryl Markham, a person who in real life might accurately be described as the woman Ernest Hemingway wished he could be, were he man enough.
This is a hot summer read!