Throughout 2011, Canada AM featured many new books written by a wide array of authors. Here, Canada AM's producers reveal their best book picks of 2011:

  1. "Little Princes," by Conor Grennan.
  2. "Robopocalypse," by Daniel H. Wilson.
  3. "The Night Circus," by Erin Morgenstern.
  4. "Tiger, Tiger," by Margaux Fragoso.
  5. "Life Itself: A Memoir," by Roger Ebert.
  6. "Oliver's Twist," by Craig Oliver.
  7. "A New Kind of Monster," by Timothy Appleby.
  8. "Under an Afghan Sky: A Memoir Of Captivity," by Mellissa Fung.
  9. "A Season in Hell," by Robert Fowler.
  10. "The Chimps of Fauna Sanctuary," by Andrew Westoll.
  11. "Canadian Pie," by Will Ferguson.
  12. "Hot Art," by Joshua Knelman.
  13. "The Psychopath Test," by Jon Ronson.
  14. "The Emperor of All Maladies," by Siddartha Mukherjee.
  15. "Sharon: The Life of a Leader," by Gilad Sharon.
  16. "Steve Jobs," by Walter Isaacson.
  17. "Sex on the Moon," by Ben Mezrich.
  18. "The Marriage Plot," by Jeffrey Eugenides.
  19. "Gabby: A Story of Courage and Hope," by Mark Kelly
  20. "Inconceivable," by Carolyn Savage.