* A Book Written by a Female Author: Gloria Naylor’s The Men of Brewster Place
* A Graphic Novel or Comic Book: Jeremy Love’s Bayou
* A Book Published in the Year You Were Born: Louise Merriwether’s Daddy Was a Number Runner
* A Book Recommended by a Librarian: Nella Larsen’s collected stories An Intimation of Things Distant
* A Book Set in Canada: Karen Molson’s The Company of Crows

PRH Bingo 2016

* A Book Set Outside of Canada: Lene Kaaberbøll and Agnete Friis’ The Considerate Killer (Trans. Elisabeth Dyssagaard)
* A Book with an Illustrated Cover: Sun-Mi Hwang’s The Dog Who Dared to Dream (Trans. Chi-Young Kim, Illus. Nomoko)
* A Book Written by a Person of Colour: Jordan Abel’s Injun
* A Book with a Map at the Front: Eowyn Ivey’s At the Bright Edge of the World
* A Retelling of a Classic: Zadie Smith’s On Beauty

* A Best-Seller: Stephen King’s Mr. Mercedes
* An Award-winning Author: Vivek Shraya God Loves Hair
*A Book with a Female Protagonist: Katherena Vermette’s The Break
*A Book with a Character who has a Disability: J.K. Jemisin’s The Broken Kingdoms

* A Book with a Blue Spine: Farzana Doctor’s All Inclusive
* A Book Recommended by a Family Member: Andre Alexis’ Fifteen Dogs
* An Author Who Shares Your Initials: Boris Pasternak’s Doctor Zhivago (His middle name is Leonidovich, so it doesn’t begin with “I”, but he’s very nearly BIP.)
* A Book you Picked up because of the Cover:
* A Book that Scares You: Dany Laferriere The Earth is Moving around Me (Trans. David Homel)

* A Book that Takes Place in a Time before You Were Born: Patricia and Fredrick McKissack’s Best Shot in the West
* A Book You Find in #WeNeedDiverseBooks: Nnedi Okorafor’s Who Fears Death
* A Book Becoming a Movie in 2016: Ransom Riggs’ Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children
* A Book in a Genre You’ve Never Read Before: Paul Seesequasis’ Tobacco Wars
* A Book Based on a True Story: Eric Jamieson’s The Native Voice