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  • What is Invisible?

    The twelve stories found between the covers of What is Invisible span timeand place - from 1920s outport Newfoundland to the streets of downtown St.John's in the 1970s to a condominium complex in Florida in 2000. What...

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  • At Ocean’s Edge

    At Ocean's Edge is based on the actual Cantwell family who lived at Cape Spear in 1861. It follows the dramatic events of two ships, which were anchored off Cape Spear whereby one broke apart on the rocks the next...

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  • Boston Box, The

    Mary sails the world in her dreams in search of adventure, knowledge, and a fair price for fish. A fairy-tale in reverse, Prince Charming is a Spanish fish merchant who knows a thing or two about fair pricing.

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  • Mind Your Eyes

    Mind Your Eyes is Marian Frances White's second book of poetry. Through herdirect yet subtle voice that is carved from the elemental longing of life inNewfoundland, White takes us on a journey through the secrets...

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  • Tales from Dog Island

    Translated from the French-language to English, this work of fiction, based on fact, tells the story of Victor Lemetayer who, at 18 years of age, has had enough of life on the family farm in Brittany, France.

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  • Amazing Adventures of Captain Bob Bartlett, The

    Captain Bob Bartlett is one of Newfoundland and Labrador's best known heroes, and you can read about his amazing adventures in this incredible true story of courage and determination.

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  • Jasmine’s Journey

    Jasmine is a well-loved house cat without a care in the world until a house fire destroys her owners' cottage. Unaware their pet survived the fire, her family returns home to Halifax, leaving the dazed and injured...

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  • And We Were Sailors

    Avoiding romanticism, David Benson speaks with an authenticity born of experience and his voice is one that will not abide the common cant, the generally accepted, or the 'easy way out'.

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  • Saltbox Sweater, The

    This realistic story of life in rural Newfoundland after the 1992 moratorium on northern cod stocks is written to appeal to newly independent readers.

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  • All Manner of Misunderstanding

    Whether describing a fight outside a Claremorris dance hall, or studying leaves in a windswept college square, Patrick Warner's poems are as condensed as hardened snowballs, and strike with great effect. Though...

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