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Listed: Saskatchewan

This week’s Listed feature covers books that takes place in Saskatchewan. I actually read a lot of books that take place in Saskatchewan… I wonder why, OH RIGHT it’s because a lot of Arthur Slade’s books take place in Saskatchewan! Anyway, here we go!

  1. Jolted by Arthur Slade. Originally Published 2008. LT.
  2. Jake and the Kid by W.O. Mitchell. Originally Published 1961. LT.
  3. Owls in the Family by Farley Mowatt. Originally Published 1961. LT.
  4. A Student of Weather by Elizabeth Hay. Originally Published 2000. LT.
  5. For Me and My House by Sinclair Ross. Originally Published 1941. LT.
  6. Homesick by Guy Vanderhaeghe. Originally Published 1989. LT.
  7. Deadly Appearances by Gail Bowen. Originally Published 1990. LT.
  8. Lost Geography: A Novel by Charlotte Bacon. Originally Published 2000. LT.
  9. Peace Shall Destroy Many by Rudy Weibe. LT.
  10. Dust by Arthur Slade. Originally Published 2001. LT.

What books do you like that take place in Saskatchewan?

Do you like this feature? You should also check out Librarian’s Book Reviews’ Listless Monday and A Bookshelf Monstrosity’s Books By A Theme.

Posted by Courtney Wilson @ 7:13 am August 30, 2010.
Category: Listed