Toronto is Reading...

January 1941

  1. For Whom the Bell Tolls, Ernest Hemingway
  2. Oliver Wiswell, Kenneth Roberts
  3. Fame Is the Spur, Howard Spring
  4. The Family, Nina Fedorova
  5. How Green Was My Valley, Richard Llewellyn
  6. Invitation to Live, Lloyd C. Douglas
  7. Sapphira and the Slave Girl,Willa Cather
  8. Mrs. Miniver, Jan Struther
  9. Kitty Foyle, Christopher Morley

February 1941

  1. For Whom the Bell Tolls, Ernest Hemingway
  2. Oliver Wiswell, Kenneth Roberts
  3. Fame Is the Spur, Howard Spring
  4. Random Harvest, James Hilton
  5. Kitty Foyle, Christopher Morley
  6. How Green Was My Valley, Richard Llewellyn
  7. Sapphira and the Slave Girl,Willa Cather
  8. The Family, Nina Fedorova
  9. Mrs. Miniver, Jan Struther
  10. Invitation to Live, Lloyd C. Douglas

March 1941

  1. For Whom the Bell Tolls, Ernest Hemingway
  2. Random Harvest, James Hilton
  3. Oliver Wiswell, Kenneth Roberts
  4. Fame Is the Spur, Howard Spring
  5. Kitty Foyle, Christopher Morley
  6. Sick Heart River, John Buchan
  7. How Green Was My Valley, Richard Llewellyn
  8. Sapphira and the Slave Girl,Willa Cather
  9. H. M. Pulham, Esquire, John P. Marquand
  10. To Sing with the Angels, Maurice G. Hindus
  11. Mrs. Miniver, Jan Struther
  12. The Family, Nina Fedorova

April 1941

  1. For Whom the Bell Tolls, Ernest Hemingway
  2. Random Harvest, James Hilton
  3. Oliver Wiswell, Kenneth Roberts
  4. Between Two Worlds, Upton Sinclair
  5. Sick Heart River, John Buchan
  6. Fame Is the Spur, Howard Spring
  7. Kitty Foyle, Christopher Morley
  8. H. M. Pulham, Esquire, John P. Marquand
  9. How Green Was My Valley, Richard Llewellyn
  10. To Sing with the Angels, Maurice G. Hindus
  11. Mrs. Miniver, Jan Struther
  12. The Family, Nina Fedorova

May 1941

  1. For Whom the Bell Tolls, Ernest Hemingway
  2. Random Harvest, James Hilton
  3. Between Two Worlds, Upton Sinclair
  4. This Above All, Eric Knight
  5. Sick Heart River, John Buchan
  6. Oliver Wiswell, Kenneth Roberts
  7. Kitty Foyle, Christopher Morley
  8. Fame Is the Spur, Howard Spring
  9. H. M. Pulham, Esquire, John P. Marquand
  10. How Green Was My Valley, Richard Llewellyn
  11. That None Should Die, Frank G. Slaughter
  12. To Sing with the Angels, Maurice G. Hindus

June 1941

  1. For Whom the Bell Tolls, Ernest Hemingway
  2. Random Harvest, James Hilton
  3. Between Two Worlds, Upton Sinclair
  4. This Above All, Eric Knight
  5. Sick Heart River, John Buchan
  6. Oliver Wiswell, Kenneth Roberts
  7. Kitty Foyle, Christopher Morley
  8. Fame Is the Spur, Howard Spring
  9. How Green Was My Valley, Richard Llewellyn
  10. H. M. Pulham, Esquire, John P. Marquand
  11. The Gulls Fly Inland, Sylvia Thompson
  12. The Crowthers of Bankdam, Thomas Armstrong

July 1941

  1. The Keys of the Kingdom, A. J. Cronin
  2. This Above All, Eric Knight
  3. Shelter, Jane Nicholson
  4. For Whom the Bell Tolls, Ernest Hemingway
  5. Mrs. Tim Carries On, D.E. Stevenson
  6. The Transposed Heads: A Legend of India, Thomas Mann
  7. Whistle Stop, Maritta Wolff
  8. Something of a Hero, I. J. Kapstein
  9. Random Harvest, James Hilton
  10. All of Their Lives, Myron Brinig

August 1941

  1. The Keys of the Kingdom, A. J. Cronin
  2. This Above All, Eric Knight
  3. The Amazing Summer, Philip Gibbs
  4. Shelter, Jane Nicholson
  5. All of Their Lives, Myron Brinig
  6. The Blind Man's Horse, Hugh Walpole
  7. Above Suspicion, Helen MacInnes
  8. Random Harvest, James Hilton
  9. For Whom the Bell Tolls, Ernest Hemingway
  10. Restless Are the Sails, Evelyn Eaton

September 1941

  1. The Keys of the Kingdom, A. J. Cronin
  2. This Above All, Eric Knight
  3. The Sun Is My Undoing, Marguerite Steen
  4. The Amazing Summer, Philip Gibbs
  5. For Whom the Bell Tolls, Ernest Hemingway
  6. Shelter, Jane Nicholson
  7. All of Their Lives, Myron Brinig
  8. The Blind Man's Horse, Hugh Walpole
  9. The Sun Shall Greet Them, David Rame
  10. Between Two Worlds, Upton Sinclair

October 1941

  1. The Keys of the Kingdom, A. J. Cronin
  2. The Sun Is My Undoing, Marguerite Steen
  3. This Above All, Eric Knight
  4. Marriage Is a Private Affair, Judith Kelly
  5. The Amazing Summer, Philip Gibbs
  6. Above Suspicion, Helen MacInnes
  7. For Whom the Bell Tolls, Ernest Hemingway
  8. All of Their Lives, Myron Brinig
  9. Barometer Rising, Hugh MacLennan
  10. School for Eternity, Harry Hervey
  11. Random Harvest, James Hilton
  12. Shelter, Jane Nicholson

November 1941

  1. The Keys of the Kingdom, A. J. Cronin
  2. The Sun Is My Undoing, Marguerite Steen
  3. This Above All, Eric Knight
  4. Saratoga Trunk, Edna Ferber
  5. Barometer Rising, Hugh MacLennan
  6. Wakefield's Course, Mazo de la Roche
  7. Above Suspicion, Helen MacInnes
  8. The Hill of Doves, Stuart Cloete
  9. Marriage Is a Private Affair, Judith Kelly
  10. Wild Is the River, Louis Bromfield
  11. For Whom the Bell Tolls, Ernest Hemingway
  12. The Amazing Summer, Philip Gibbs

December 1941

  1. The Keys of the Kingdom, A. J. Cronin
  2. The Sun Is My Undoing, Marguerite Steen
  3. This Above All, Eric Knight
  4. Saratoga Trunk, Edna Ferber
  5. All that Glitters, Frances Parkinson Keyes
  6. Wild Is the River, Louis Bromfield
  7. Barometer Rising, Hugh MacLennan
  8. The Hill of Doves, Stuart Cloete
  9. Botany Bay, Charles Nordhoff & James Norman Hall
  10. A Leaf in the Storm, Lin Yutang
  11. Windswept, Mary Ellen Chase
  12. Wakefield's Course, Mazo de la Roche


Sources:
"Toronto is Reading..." Toronto Daily Star, 8 Feb. 1941, p. 10;
"Toronto is Reading..." Toronto Daily Star, 8 Mar. 1941, p. 17;
"Toronto is Reading..." Toronto Daily Star, 5 Apr. 1941, p. 28;
"Toronto is Reading..." Toronto Daily Star, 10 May 1941, p. 9;
"Toronto is Reading." Toronto Daily Star, 7 June 1941, p. 10;
"Toronto is Reading." Toronto Daily Star, 12 July 1941, p. 15;
"Toronto is Reading..." Toronto Daily Star, 9 Aug. 1941, p. 28;
"Toronto is Reading..." Toronto Daily Star, 6 Sept. 1941, p. 11;
"Toronto is Reading..." Toronto Daily Star, 11 Oct. 1941, p. 9;
"Toronto is Reading..." Toronto Daily Star, 8 Nov. 1941, p. 9;
"Toronto is Reading..." Toronto Daily Star, 6 Dec. 1941, p. 10;
"Toronto is Reading..." Toronto Daily Star, 10 Jan. 1942, p. 11.