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HGD Spring 2019

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  • Age: 9 to 12
  • Grade: 4 to 7
tagged: Lifestyle, History, Nature, Guidebooks, Kids
Here's a great list of titles forthcoming Spring 2019 from Heritage House Publishing, Rocky Mountain Books, Touchwood Editions, and Greystone Books! Featuring an eclectic selection of Canadian published History, Nature, Guidebooks, Cookbooks, Biography, Kids, and YA titles there is something here for everyone!

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Parenting Right From the Start

Laying a Healthy Foundation in the Baby and Toddler Years

by Dr. Vanessa Lapointe
edition: Paperback
tagged: infants & toddlers

Recent scientific research indicates a strong sense of connection between parents and children teaches children how to regulate emotions, master social skills, and develop a healthy sense of identity—essentially how to grow up. Unfortunately, many accepted parenting practices disrupt connection rather than fostering it, which may lead to lasting …

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The Olive Oil and Vinegar Lover’s Cookbook

Revised and Updated Edition

by Emily Lycopolus
edition: Hardcover
tagged: herbs, spices, condiments

A brand-new updated edition of The Olive Oil and Vinegar Lover’s Cookbook, which has sold more than 13,000 copies to date.

There’s nothing like fresh extra-virgin olive oil, infused and fused olive oils, and flavoured white and balsamic vinegars—but how, exactly, do we use them? Elevate the flavour of your fare using products like Rosemary or …

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Boom & Bust

The Resilient Women of Historic Telegraph Cove

by Jennifer Butler
edition: Paperback
tagged: women

A century of life in Telegraph Cove as told by the resourceful and resilient women who turned this isolated coastal village into a tight-knit community.

Telegraph Cove, one of Vancouver Island’s most visited tourist destinations, has humble origins as a one-shack telegraph station, established a century ago. The community grew, first with a salmon …

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Meteorites

Stories

by Julie Paul
edition: Paperback
tagged: short stories (single author), literary

A collection of captivating stories that explore family dynamics and frailty, loss and atonement, faith and redemption.

A young man takes his father to Hawaii, even though he’s been dead for months. An organ player won’t let her newly amputated arm stand in the way of Sunday duties. A grad student decides to take the fate of a homeless man into …

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Understanding Northwest Coast Indigenous Jewelry

The Art, The Artists, The History

by Alexander Dawkins, foreword by Corrine Hunt
edition: Paperback
tagged: native american, cultural, jewelry

As beautiful as it is useful, Understanding Northwest Coast Indigenous Jewelry is an invaluable tool for anyone interested in learning about or deepening their understanding of a fascinating craft.

Indigenous hand-engraved jewelry from the Pacific Northwest Coast is among the most distinctive, innovative, and highly sought-after art being produced i …

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Vanishing Fish

Shifting Baselines and the Future of Global Fisheries

by Daniel Pauly, foreword by Jennifer Jacquet
edition: Paperback
tagged: fisheries & aquaculture, fish, natural resource extraction

From renowned marine biologist Dr. Daniel Pauly, a fascinating analysis of our collapsed global fisheries and a revolutionary vision for their future.
The world’s fisheries are in crisis. Their catches are declining, and the stocks of key species, such as cod and bluefin tuna, are but a small fraction of their previous abundance, while others ha …

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Ranching under the Arch

Stories from the Southern Alberta Rangelands

by D. Larraine Andrews
edition: Paperback
tagged: post-confederation (1867-), social history

A visually rich, historically epic tale of cattle ranching in southern Alberta, focusing on multi-generational family-owned ranches that are still in existence today.

In the 1880s, a group of fledgling cattle ranchers descended on the plains of southern Alberta. They were drawn by the promise of the West, where the grass seemed endless and they coul …

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River of Dreams

A Journey through Milk River Country

by Liz Bryan
edition: Paperback
tagged: western provinces, literary

A picturesque, reflective journey along the route of the ancient Milk River, from southern Alberta into northern Montana.

The Milk River is a small and dreamy river, flowing lazily through some of the loneliest lands of North America, the dry plains of Alberta and Montana. Dwarfed by such giants as the Saskatchewan and Mississippi Rivers, it is inde …