The best-selling books in Canada for the week ending September 22, 2021

ORIGINAL FILMS

1. The night she disappeared, Lisa Jewell, atriums (2) *

2. Apples never fall, Liane Moriarty, Henry Holt (1)

3. The madness of the masses, Louise Penny, Minotaur (4)

4. Beautiful world, where are you?, Sally Rooney, Knopf Canada (2)

5. It ends with us, Colleen Hoover, Atriums (6)

6. Rejection, Beverley McLachlin, Simon & Schuster (1)

7. Five little Indians, Michelle Good, HarperCollins Canada (13)

8. Enemy at the gates, Vince Flynn, Kyle Mills, Atria / Emily Bestler (1)

9. The paper palace, Miranda Cowley Heller, Riverhead (9)

10. Billy Summers, Stephen King, Scribner (7)

ORIGINAL PROPERTY

1. Indians in the cabinet, Jody Wilson-Raybould, HarperCollins Canada (1)

2. The dressmakers from Auschwitz, Lucy Adlington, Harper paperbacks (1)

3. The sisters from Auschwitz, Roxane van Iperen, Harper paperbacks (2)

4. Guinness World Records 2022, Craig Glenda, Guinness World Records (1)

5. Braid sweet grass, Robin Wall Kimmerer, Spurge (47)

6. A hunter-gatherer guide for the 21st century, Heather Heying, Bret Weinstein, Portfolio (1)

7. 21 Things You May Not Know About Indian Law, Bob Joseph, Indigenous Relationships (11)

8. 12 rules for life, Jordan B. Peterson, Random House Canada (102)

9. Red roulette, Desmond Shum, Scribner (2)

10. Living in the dirty water city, Clayton Thomas-Müller, Allen Lane (4)

CANADIAN FICTION

1. The madness of the masses, Louise Penny, Minotaur

2. Rejection, Beverley McLachlin, Simon & Schuster

3. Five little Indians, Michelle Good, HarperCollins Canada

4th Fight Night, Miriam Toews, Button Canada

5. Not a happy family, Shari Lapena, Doubleday Canada

6. The bone marrow thieves, Cherie Dimaline, Dancing Cat

7. The perfect family, Robyn Harding, Simon & Schuster

8. Operation Angus, Terry Fallis, McClelland & Stewart

9. August through winter, Guy Vanderhaeghe, McClelland & Stewart

10. The story of the maid, Margaret Atwood, McClelland & Stewart

CANADIAN PROPERTY

1. Indians in the cabinet, Jody Wilson-Raybould, HarperCollins Canada

2. 21 Things You May Not Know About Indian Law, Bob Joseph, Indigenous Relations

3. They called me number one, Bev Sellars, Talonbooks

4. 12 rules for life, Jordan B. Peterson, Random House Canada

5. Living in the dirty water city, Clayton Thomas-Muller, Allen Lane

6. From the ashes, Jesse Thistle, Simon & Schuster

7. Teachers nowadays, Jody Carrington, Laurie McIntosh, Impress

8. The Manifesto of Menopause, Jen Gunter, Random House Canada

9. Find the mother tree, Suzanne Simard, Allen Lane

10. Seven fallen feathers, Tanya Talaga, home of Anansi

CHILDREN AND YOUNG ADULTS

1.Kristy and the Snobs (Baby-Sitters Little Sister Graphic Novel # 10), Ann M. Martin, Chan Chau, Graphix

2. They both die in the end, Adam Silvera, feather tree

3. Present the bad seeds: the good, the bad, and the scary, Jory John, Pete Oswald, HarperFestival

4. Pax, journey home, Sara Pennypacker, Jon Klassen, Balzer & Bray

5. Dog man: Mother heights, Dav Pilkey, Graphix

6. Narwhal’s School of Awe (Narwhal and Jelly book # 6), Ben Clanton, Tundra

7. The hereditary games, Jennifer Lynn Barnes, Little Brown Books for Young Readers

8. We were liars, E. Lockhart, Ember

9. Absolutely Nat (Nat Enough # 3), Maria Scrivan, Graphix

10. The legacy of Hawthorne, Jennifer Lynn Barnes, Little Brown Books for Young Readers

BUSINESS AND PERSONAL FINANCE

1. Atomic Habits, James Clear, Avery

2. The everyday hero manifesto, Robin Sharma, HarperCollins Canada

3. Rich father poor father, Robert T. Kiyosaki, Plata

4. Think again, Adam Grant, Vikings

5. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Stephen R. Covey, Sean Covey, Jim Collins, Simon & Schuster

6. Start with the why, Simon Sinek, portfolio

7. StrengthFinder 2.0, Tom Rath, Gallup

8. Dare to lead, Brené Brown, Random House

9. Values, Mark Carney, Signal

10. Never divide the difference, Chris Voss, Tahl Raz, Harper

* Number of weeks on the list


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