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August 2014
Journeys Through Eastern Old-Growth Forests
Journeys Through Eastern Old-Growth Forests
Jamie Simpson

Nimbus Publishing has recently released Journeys Through Eastern Old-Growth Forests by Jamie Simpson.

Yes, there is old-growth forest in the Maritimes. The Acadian Forest, as it is known, is a complex mosaic of various species and ages. Now left only in pockets scattered here and there, these forests will stop you in your tracks, invite your gaze upward, and fill you with wonder according

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August 2014
The Village that Loves Oysters
The Village that Loves Oysters
Dustin Milligan
Art by Meredith Luce

The Village that Loves Oysters (Acorn Press) is a children’s picture book that describes the quaint PEI village of Tyne Valley, and its odd obsession with Malpeque oysters. As the story goes, “the villagers eat oysters for breakfast and dinner and lunch, and on hot summer days they drink oyster-laced punch!” The villagers get even more oyster-crazed at the onset of th

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August 2014
Saltwater Road: Tales of Travel on the Northumberland Strait
Saltwater Road: Tales of Travel on the Northumberland Strait
Marian Bruce

Saltwater Road: Tales of travel on the Northumberland Strait encompasses the previously untold story of the human side of our modern ferry service, operated by Northumberland Ferries Ltd., set in the context of earlier modes of travel. These modes included iceboats, which crossed the eastern Northumberland Strait for more than 50 years, as well as 19th-century and early 20th-century ferries,

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August 2014
Morgan’s Boat Ride
Morgan’s Boat Ride
Hugh MacDonald
Art by Anna Bald

Morgan’s Boat Ride, a children’s book by Hugh MacDonald with art by Anna Bald, has been published by Acorn Press.

Morgan and her dog head out on an accidental journey down the river that flows past the summer cottage where they holiday with Morgan’s mother. As they float along the river they observe landscape and life on the water, various birds and people enjoying the a

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August 2014
Bodies and Sole: A Shores Mystery
Bodies and Sole: A Shores Mystery
Hilary MacLeod

The fifth book in the Shores Mystery series, Bodies and Sole: A Shores Mystery by Hilary MacLeod, has been published by Acorn Press.

The Shores is celebrating its 200th anniversary. A woman from tourism, Marlene Evans, is trying to turn back time—and turn off the ride-ons for the summer. She meets heavy resistance from the villagers, and from Hy McAllister, who is the community liaison w

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August 2014
Prince Edward Island: Landscape and Light
Prince Edward Island: Landscape and Light
John Sylvester
Foreword by Hugh MacDonald

In 2014 John Sylvester is celebrating his 30th year of photographing some of Canada’s most remarkable places. This book is a retrospective of his main inspiration: Prince Edward Island. It is a collection of new photographs, plus a few favourite images that have never before been published. Prince Edward Island: Landscape and Light takes us on a journey showcasing J

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August 2014
The Rock Star of Vampires
The Rock Star of Vampires
Mima

The Rock Star of Vampires by PEI author Mima has been published by iUniverse. The 328 page novel is a fantasy recommended by Mima for those aged 18–30.

A year after transforming into a mortal vampire, Ava Lilith continues to have a lackluster life. The new dietary requirements and the intensifying of her senses aside, she continues to face unhappiness rather than the glamorous and provocative

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August 2014
Born! A Foal, Five Kittens and Confederation
Born! A Foal, Five Kittens and Confederation
Deirdre Kessler
Art by Brenda Jones

Award-winning children’s author Deirdre Kessler has set her latest story, a children’s book entitled Born! A Foal, Five Kittens and Confederation, in the late summer of 1864. Nine-year-old twins Gabriel and Grace help their parents run the Great George Street Livery Stables in Charlottetown. They are part of all the excitement as a circus comes to town and as politicians arr

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August 2014
A is for Applesauce
A is for Applesauce
Julie Affleck
Illustrated by Alexander MacAdam

A is for Applesauce written by Julie Affleck and illustrated by Alexander MacAdam, is the first in Julie Affleck’s Arthur & Zita Alphabet Books published by MacAdam Visual Media.

Each letter of the alphabet is featured in a lively, exuberant family adventure, involving two siblings—Arthur and Zita, of course. Zita loves words and the dictionary, and t

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July 2014
Abigail in the Land of Green Gables
Abigail in the Land of Green Gables
Robert Mercer
Illustrated by Megan Handrahan

Abigail in the Land of Green Gables, by Robert Mercer with illustrations by Megan Handrahan, both of PEI, tells a whimsical tale of a little Island girl named Abigail.

Abigail who, because she is like no one else, helps to bring her people back to the way they once were—“full of vim and vinegar!” The fairy-tale story, related entirely in rhyming verse, takes place

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Women of Confederation

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Story at The Guild

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