Now that public libraries are opened up, albeit with COVID precautions and reduced service, here’s a tabulation of the 2021 published non-fiction genealogy books available in the Ottawa and Toronto systems.
|Ottawa||The Psychology of Family History : Exploring Our Genealogy||Moore, Susan|
|Ottawa||Sharing your Family History Online : A Guide for Family Historians||Paton, Chris|
|Ottawa||The Stitt Family of Stittsville ON : Tracing Some Descendants of James Stitt, 1773-1844 & Elizabeth Steele, 1783-1848…||Brown, Gerald R.|
|Ottawa||You Have A Match||Lord, Emma|
|Toronto||An infinite history : the story of a family in France over three centuries||Rothschild, Emma|
|Toronto||Sharing your Family History Online : A Guide for Family Historians||Paton, Chris|
|Toronto||A most interesting problem : what Darwin’s Descent of man got right and wrong about human evolution||Compilation|
|Toronto||Ancestors: a project of the Boston Review Arts in Society Program||Compilation|
|Toronto||La famille Darveau du Lac-Saint-Jean, de père en fils : (1903-1998)||Darveau, Aldéi|
The list does not include family history-themed fiction and videos. They include Little Pieces of Me, by Alison Hammer in the Ottawa and Toronto systems:
Summary/Review: Investigating DNA revelations that say her father is a man she never met, Paige learns about her mother’s past as a straitlaced university student who had a one-night stand with the campus golden boy.
In the Toronto system, The summer of lost letters, by Hannah Reynolds
Summary/Review: The discovery of a packet of old letters sends seventeen-year-old Abby Schoenberg to Nantucket to unravel a family mystery about her grandmother’s past, but things get complicated when Abby meets the cute grandson of a prominent family who wants to stop her from investigating.