Practical English Handbook for Canadians
Toby Rupert was a librarian living in Toronto.
This is the Houghton Mifflin 1982 guide, sixth edition, in its first Canadian version. “Canadianization” here means the use of Canadian examples with regard to place names, postal codes, authors, retail stores, spelling, and so forth. Other than that, it is a standard guide to grammar, style, punctuation, essay writing and research papers (with extensive examples given here), and how to footnote, plus a glossary of terms. It is pocket-sized for portability, and up to date in its list of library reference resources. It is, of course, appropriate for reference libraries.