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How a Kobo eReader changed one reader's life for the better in 2020

For psychologist and new mom Khrystyna Yevstakhevych, discovering digital reading couldn't have come at a better time.

New & Hot Reads

30 new eBooks and audiobooks coming out February 9 - 15

New eBooks and audiobooks out the week of February 9, including a new fantasy series from Julie Kagawa, and an encyclopedia of American serial killers.

Big Ideas

Books for learning about Canadian Black History

Whether you’re looking for an overview or want to focus on a certain person or place, you can find something to read about Black Canadian History on Kobo.

Kobo in Conversation Podcast

Jael Richardson on making and unmaking a dystopia

We spoke with Jael Richardson, book columnist for Q and director of FOLD (the Festival of Literary Diversity) about her new dystopian novel Gutter Child.

New & Hot Reads

30 new eBooks and audiobooks coming out February 2 - 8

New eBooks and audiobooks out the week of February 2 including modern gal poetry and 400 years of Black History from the author of How to be an Antiracist.

Big Ideas

Books for teaching kids about race and racism

Race and racism are hard topics to talk about. In this list of eBooks you’ll find a mix of fiction and nonfiction to help frame productive discussions.

Kobo in Conversation Podcast

Emily Schultz on crafting characters through 90s mixtapes

We spoke with novelist Emily Schultz about her inspiration for Little Threats, her story of crime and punishment straddling 1993 and 2008.

New & Hot Reads

31 new eBooks and audiobooks coming out January 26 - February 1

New eBooks and audiobooks for the week of January 26 from Instagrammer @girlwithnojob, Cicely Tyson, and the next book in The Bone Season series.

Staff Picks

What we're reading (and a bit of what we're eating)

The latest picks from the Kobo staff, including a surprisingly emotional story about a wild animal, and an audiobook as magical as Harry Potter.

Kobo in Conversation Podcast

Joanne Vannicola was never going to let their story have a tragic ending

We spoke with actor Joanne Vannicola about their unforgettable audiobook memoir, All We Knew But Couldn't Say.

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