Book Clubs

Has your book club ever read a Coach House book? Had the pleasure of arguing about the reasons for Eugenia Ledoux's father's disappearance, of describing why Aline is your favourite member of the Lacuna Cabal Montreal Young Women's Book Club or practicing the Depression-era slang you learned from pickpocket Mona Kantor and her lover, Daily Star reporter Eli Morenz. By picking a Coach House title for your book club selection, you'll not only be reading compelling, Canadian-authored books, you'll also be able to discuss how a book is made, and the kind of paper it's printed on – Coach House is one of only three Canadian publishers that prints its books in house, and the virtual tour on our website can add a new dimension to your book club's literary discussions.

So grab a glass of wine, take a look through our book club titles and accompanying Q&As and let us know if anything strikes your fancy. We offer a 15% discount for book club purchases made through our website – email mail@chbooks.com to arrange for a bulk purchase or to discuss whether one of our authors could visit your next book club meeting!

Featured Book Club Title

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ISBN-13: 9781552451953
248 pp, Paperback
Apr 15 2008
$19.95 CAD
Eugenia Ledoux, nine years old, wakes to a note from her father: ‘gone to save the world. sorry. yours, sheb wooly ledoux. asshole.’ When her mother Mink climbs into the family car and vanishes too, Eugenia doubles in age overnight. This book is part dirge, part cowboy poetry and part love letter to the wilder corners of Toronto and of ourselves.
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ISBN-13: 9781552452592
176 pp, Paperback
Apr 1 2012
$18.95 CAD
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ISBN-13: 9781552452516
288 pp, Paperback
Oct 15 2011
$20.95 CAD
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ISBN-13: 9781552452417
268 pp, Paperback
Apr 15 2011
$20.95 CAD
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ISBN-13: 9781552452523
200 pp, Paperback
Oct 15 2011
$19.95 CAD
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ISBN-13: 9781552452530
208 pp, Paperback
Oct 15 2011
$19.95 CAD
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ISBN-13: 9781552452530
208 pp, Paperback
Oct 15 2011
$19.95 CAD
Eli's lived in Crooked River -– population 2,851 and falling -- his whole life. His grandfather built the town, and a now-underwater castle, before vanishing. Eye Lake is the story of three families, three generations, three disappearances.