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Watch the Canada Reads 2022 book trailersCanada Reads 2022 will take place March 28-31. The debates will be hosted by Ali Hassan and will be broadcast on CBC Radio One, CBC TV, CBC Gem and on CBC Books.

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The great Canadian book debate begins March 28, 2022

CBC Books · Winnie Wang(Lauren Crazybull, Wenting Li, Karolina Ficek, Ella Cooper & Elysha Poirier, Alia Hijaab & Laurel Pucker)

Canada Reads2022 will take place March 28-31. The debates will be hosted by Ali Hassan and will be broadcast on CBC Radio One, CBC TV, CBC Gem and on CBC Books.

  • How to tune in to Canada Reads 2022

Get ready for the debates by watching the book trailers made for the show by independent Canadian artists, in collaboration with CBC Books, below.

The Canada Reads2022 contenders are:

  • Christian Allaire champions Five Little Indiansby Michelle Good
  • Malia Baker champions Scarboroughby Catherine Hernandez
  • Tareq Hadhad champions What Strange Paradiseby Omar El Akkad
  • Suzanne Simard champions Life In the City of Dirty Waterby Clayton Thomas-Müller
  • Mark Tewksbury champions Washington Blackby Esi Edugyan

Five Little Indiansby Michelle Good

Book trailer: Five Little Indians by Michelle Good

5 days agoDuration 1:16Michelle Good's novel will be championed by Christian Allaire on Canada Reads 2022.(Submitted by the artist)

The trailer was created by Niitsitapi, Dene visual artist Lauren Crazybull and edited by Evan Peacock.

Crazybull's practice focuses on painted portraiture, experimental mapmaking and immersive installation. Her background includes working with youth, radio programming and illustration. 

The purpose of her work has been to examine the function of colonialism in portraiture and other histories that are not always truthful representations of Indigenous existence. Crazybull's portraits describe Indigenous people as they appear to her. Through her work, she celebrates nuanced experiences and seeks a sincere understanding of the many facets of Indigenous life.

The trailer for Five Little Indianswas narrated by Kyla Garcia, who also narrated the audiobook. The sound design was by Alex Redekop and the script was written by Ryan B. Patrick.

  • Michelle Good's Five Little Indians is a fictional look at the real Canadian legacy of residential schools

Scarboroughby Catherine Hernandez

Book trailer: Scarborough by Catherine Hernandez

5 days agoDuration 1:13Catherine Hernandez's novel will be championed by Malia Baker on Canada Reads 2022.(Submitted by the artist)

The trailer was created by Wenting Li, who is an illustrator and muralist based in Toronto.

Wenting has done work for The Walrus, the Globe and Mail, the New York Times and the Polaris Music Prize. Her most recent public mural is The Hope in Chinatown in Toronto. This is her first solo animation project. 

The trailer for Scarboroughwas narrated by author Catherine Hernandez. The sound design was by Alex Redekop and the script was written by Ryan B. Patrick.

  • How Catherine Hernandez opens her heart to find the stories she should tell

Washington Blackby Esi Edugyan

Book trailer: Washington Black by Esi Edugyan

5 days agoDuration 1:13Esi Edugyan's novel will be championed by Mark Tewksbury on Canada Reads 2022.(Submitted by the artist)

The trailer was created by Toronto-based motion designer and illustrator Karolina Ficek.

Ficek developed an interest in animation after graduating through a mentorship and personal projects. She has worked with Reader's Digest, UNICEF, Diabetes Canada and Covenant House.

The trailer for Washington Blackwas narrated by Dion Graham, who also voiced the audiobook. The sound design was by Alex Redekop and the script was written by Ryan B. Patrick.

  • Esi Edugyan on making history and inspiring a new generation of Black writers

What Strange Paradiseby Omar El Akkad

Book trailer: What Strange Paradise by Omar El Akkad

5 days agoDuration 1:09Omar El Akkad's novel will be championed by Tareq Hadhad on Canada Reads 2022.(Submitted by the artists)

The trailer was created by artists and animators Alia Hijaab and Laurel Pucker.

Hijaab is an artist, animator and storyteller based on the unceded territories of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations. In her practice, Hijaab muses on the construction of memory and belonging, and draws from her experience as a mixed-race Syrian who grew up in the Arabian Gulf and immigrated to Canada by herself at 18.

After graduating from Emily Carr University of Art and Design in 2018, she was one of the founding members of Flavourcel Animation Collective and has been exploring animation installations, food and art events, GIF-making, music video production and collaborative art-making ever since.

Pucker is an artist and animator based in unceded Coast Salish territories. She graduated from Emily Carr University of Art and Design in 2018 with a focus on 3D animation, and went on to become one of the founding members of Flavourcel Animation Collective. Her work spans multiple mediums, with the only constant being a strong love for triangles and a desire to create things filled with joy wherever possible.

The trailer for What Strange Paradisewas narrated by Dion Graham, who also voiced the audiobook. The sound design was by Alex Redekop and the script was written by Ryan B. Patrick.

  • Omar El Akkad on the 'casual cruelty' that inspired his novel What Strange Paradise

Life in the City of Dirty Waterby Clayton Thomas-Müller

Book trailer: Life in the City of Dirty Water by Clayton Thomas-Müller

5 days agoDuration 1:17Clayton Thomas-Müller's memoir will be championed by Suzanne Simard on Canada Reads 2022.Michelle Good's writing space is the heart of her home
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