Winter 2012: Latest Titles Available Now!
Small Space Gardening in Canada: Whether you have just a patio, rooftop or windowsill, you can grow pretty flowers and tasty vegetables anywhere, even in our Canadian climate. Focused on urban gardening in small spaces, and specifically for city dwellers who garden on balconies, patios, decks, teeny-tiny townhouse yards, stairwells and wherever else they can find, this book features all you need to know to grow annuals, perennials and edibles in the big city.
Ashoona, Daughter of the Winds: Based on the inspiring, true story of a precocious young Inuit girl who is abandoned and left to fend for herself in the unforgiving Arctic North. This coming-of-age tale celebrates the indomitable will to survive at any cost.
Grandmother’s Stories: Whether explaining the origins of the universe, how people were created, or how the landscape was shaped, Canada’s First Nations are rich with creation legends passed down through the generations of how humans came to be on Earth.
My Country is Hockey: Author Brian Kennedy explores the deep roots of Canada’s hockey obsession, which has become an integral piece of our national mythology. From the origins of the game in Mi'kmaq culture to Olympic gold, he delves into how the game explains who we are as Canadians.
Spectacular Canadians: Nation builders, titans of industry and great thinkers; brilliant writers, movie stars and sports heroes; dirty scoundrels, pirates and hooligans--from the famous and infamous to the nearly forgotten, the great and not-so-great alike have marked Canada's history in weird and wonderful ways.
Mysterious British Columbia: Crimes never solved, eerie sightings never explained and paranormal events that stretch the limits of the mind--these mysteries continue to baffle British Columbians to this day.
How the Polish Created Canada: Author and journalist Jacek Kozak digs through the fascinating history of Polish settlement in Canada to reveal individual stories and achievements that often get overlooked.
Ontario Sports Trivia: Ontario boasts more professional sports teams than any other Canadian province. The history of sports in Canada's largest province is long and filled with interesting, amazing, weird and funny stories from hockey to tug-of-war.
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