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  • Bag of Hammers

    There are the timeless questions that must be answered: Where is the most boring town in Eastern Canada? How can a government most efficiently mismanage prosperity? Are all of our contemporary psychoses a direct...

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  • Terra Magna: Labrador

    It took JC Roy years of painstaking dedication and travel to paint a scene from every town on the island of Newfoundland. And after seeing that grand vision made available to all in Fluctuat Nec Mergitur: JC Roy’s...

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  • Come Colour with Me in Newfoundland and Labrador

    A Sharable Colouring Book for Parents and Kids In the past few years, the popularity of colouring books has exploded. Everyone from toddlers to grandparents are experiencing and re-experiencing the joy that colouring...

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  • I’d Write the Sea Like a Parlour Game

    Richly imagined and evocative, I'd Write the Sea like a Parlour Game explores the diversity and resilience that inhabit life at the margins, from tuckamore trails to the streets of a coastal city, with intimacy...

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  • Elliott and the Impossible Fish

    Prepare for adventure on the high seas! Elliot wants to catch the biggest fish that anyone has ever seen. After making a wish, he finds himself on the ocean with a chance to catch the big one. On his journey, different...

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  • Moose’s Roof

    Until he discovered a park pavilion, Moose never knew life beneath a roof. His friends Beaver, Bear and Squirrel, however, all seemed to be roof experts. Moose decides to put his antlers to good use. With his...

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  • Robert Bond: The Greatest Newfoundlander

    The foremost political figure from the years of responsible government in Newfoundland, Robert Bond led a spectacularly successful but often tortured life. Cultured and well-to-do, he tried to play the game of politics...

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  • Ray Guy: The Final Columns, 2003-2013

    Ray Guy: The Final Columns, 2003-2013 is a collection of the columns Ray Guy wrote for The Northeast Avalon Times, a community newspaper based in Portugal Cove. Guy previously achieved fame and acclaim for his...

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  • All Around the Circle

    A visually stunning, often humorous book of verse, All Around the Circle celebrates the landscape and spirit of outport Newfoundland. How did Aunt Maud’s cat manage to sail across the tickle? Why is Heloise the...

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  • Skeet Love

    Think the world can’t get any crazier? Think again. Set in near-future Toronto, Skeet Love tells the story of Shane, a conspiracy theorist and aspiring rapper; Nina, his girlfriend; and Brit, the couple’s...

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