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Empire of the Beetle How Human Folly and a Tiny Bug Are Killing North America’s Great Forests andrew nikiforuk

The bestselling author of Tar Sands investigates the human-engineered devastation of the beetle-ravaged forest

A ndre w nik if oruk “A terrific book on A terrif ying subject.” John Vaillant author of The Tiger

“Empire of the Beetle is a chilling, fascinating and important contribution to our understanding of a rapidly changing world.”  john vaillant, author of The Tiger Beginning in the late 1980s, a series of bark beetle outbreaks unsettled iconic forests and communities across western North America. An insect the size of a rice kernel eventually killed more than 30 billion pine and spruce trees from Alaska to New Mexico.

EmpirE of the

bad public policy, and a hundred years of fire suppression released the world’s

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oldest forest manager from all natural constraints. The beetles exploded

How Human Folly and a Tiny Bug Are

wildly and then crashed, leaving in their wake grieving landowners, humbled

Killing North America’s Great Forests

The beetle didn’t act alone. Misguided science, out-of-control logging,

scientists, hungry animals, and altered watersheds. Although climate change triggered this complex event, human arrogance assuredly played a role. And despite the billions of public dollars spent on control efforts, the beetles burn away like a fire that can’t be put out. Author Andrew Nikiforuk draws on first-hand accounts from entomologists, botanists, foresters, and rural residents to investigate this unprecedented beetle plague, its startling implications, and the lessons it holds. Written in an accessible way, Empire of the Beetle is the only book on the bark beetle epidemic that is devastating the North American West. andrew nikiforuk is an award-winning Canadian journalist who has written about education, economics, and the environment for the past two decades. His books include Pandemonium, Saboteurs: Wiebo Ludwig’s War against Oil, which won the Governor General’s Literary Award for NonFiction, and The Fourth Horseman: A Short History of Plagues, Scourges and Emerging Viruses. His book Tar Sands won the Rachel Carson Environment Book Award and became a national bestseller. He lives in Calgary, Alberta.

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Eating Dirt Deep Forests, Big Timber, and Life with the Tree-Planting Tribe charlotte gill

A treeplanter’s vivid story of a unique subculture and the magical life of the forest Charlotte Gill spent twenty years working as a tree planter in the forests of Canada. During her million-tree career, she encountered hundreds of clearcuts, each one a collision site between human civilization and the natural world, a complicated landscape presenting geographic evidence of our appetites. Charged with sowing the new forest in these clear-cuts, tree planters are a tribe caught between the stumps and the virgin timber, between envi-

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ronmentalists and loggers. In Eating Dirt, Gill offers up a slice of tree-planting life in all of its soggy, gritty exuberance, while questioning the ability of conifer plantations to replace original forests that evolved over millennia into complex ecosystems. She looks at logging’s environmental impact and its boom-and-bust history, and touches on the versatility of wood, from which we have devised countless creations as diverse as textiles and airplane parts. Eating Dirt also eloquently evokes the wonder of trees, which grow from

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a tiny seed into one of the world’s largest organisms, our slowest-growing “renewable” resource. Most of all, the book joyously celebrates the priceless value of forests and the ancient, ever-changing relationship between humans and trees. charlotte gill is the author of the story collection Ladykiller, a finalistfor the Governor General’s Literary Award and winner of the Danuta

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Gleed Award and the B.C. Book Prize for fiction. Her work has appeared in Best Canadian Stories, The Journey Prize Stories, and many Canadian magazines and has been broadcast on cbc Radio. Her narrative nonfiction has been nominated for Western and National Magazine Awards. Gill spent nearly two decades working in the forests of Canada and has planted more than a million trees.


Walk Like a Man Coming of Age with the Music of Bruce Springsteen robert j. wiersema

A frank, funny, and inventive blend of biography, music criticism, and memoir told in thirteen tracks

A frank and inventive blend of biography, music criticism, and memoir

As he enters his sixties, Bruce Springsteen remains a paragon of all that is cool in the world of rock. He’s a genuine voice of the people, the bastard child of Woody Guthrie and James Brown, and an elder statesman who has inspired generations of bands. He’s won twenty Grammy Awards, an Oscar, and two Golden Globes and is a double hall-of-famer. There are dozens of books about the Boss. What’s left to say? Nothing objective, perhaps. But when it comes to music, objectivity is highly overrated. Robert Wiersema has been a Springsteen fan since he was a teenager, following tours to see multiple shows in a row, watching set lists develop in real time via the Internet, ordering bootlegs from shady vendors in Italy. His attachment is deeper than fandom, though: he’s grown up with Springsteen’s music as the soundtrack to his life, beginning with his youth in rural British Columbia and continuing on through dreams of escape, falling in love, and becoming a father. Walk Like a Man is the liner notes for a mix tape, a blend of biography,

Coming of Age with the Music of Bruce Springsteen

Walk like a Man

music criticism, and memoir. Like the best mix tapes, it balances joy and sorrow, laughter seasoning the dark-night-of-the-soul questions that haunt us all. Wiersema’s book is the story of a man becoming a man (despite

Robert J. Wiersema

getting a little lost along the way), and of the man and the music that have accompanied him on his journey. robert j. wiersema is an independent bookseller, a reviewer who

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contributes regularly to several national newspapers, and the bestselling

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author of two novels, Before I Wake and Bedtime Story. He lives in Victoria, British Columbia, with his wife, Cori Dusmann, and their son, Xander.

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Beneath Cold Seas The Underwater Wilderness of the Pacific Northwest d a v i d h a l l · Introduction by s a r i k a c u l l i s - s u z u k i · Foreword by c h r i s t o p h e r n e w b e r t

Breathtaking photographs by award-winning photographer

bene ath c old seas

David Hall capture the magnificent marine life of North America’s Pacific Coast

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The Pacific Coast of North America features the most diverse and visually spectacular marine life of any temperate or cold-water ecosystem on the planet. From tiny, candy-striped shrimp to the giant Pacific octopus, from alabaster nudibranchs, luminous moon jellyfish, orchid sea stars, and wolfeels to Steller sea lions, white-sided dolphins, and so much more, David Hall’s stunning photographs—themselves works of art—reveal both the symbiotic davi d h a ll foreword by

christopher newbert introduction by

s arika cullis-suzuki

and the predatory relationships in this web of life. Through state-of-the-art camera equipment and lighting, he has captured our underwater world in a way that will surprise even scuba divers already familiar with it and amaze the rest of us. An introduction by Sarika Cullis-Suzuki, who has lived on the Pacific

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Coast of North America her entire life and has studied its marine life as well as the fisheries of the high seas, describes her personal experiences with this amazing part of the world and discusses the conservation issues facing this rich yet vulnerable ecosystem. Christopher Newbert, author of the bestselling photography book Within a Rainbowed Sea, provides the foreword. Beneath Cold Seas will appeal to a wide audience, including divers and beachcombers; fishers; marine life enthusiasts and scientists; tourists, including cruise ship and ferry passengers; and anyone who appreciates beautiful photography. Although there are many excellent underwater photography books on tropical locations, this is the first to feature the marine life of the Pacific Northwest and one of the few that focus on any cold-water location. david hall is an award-winning photographer whose work has been published in National Geographic, Smithsonian, Natural History, Sierra, Time, Science, Scientific American, and numerous other magazines. He is also the author or co-author of ten children’s books in Scholastic’s Undersea Encounters series.

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The Sacred Headwaters The Fight to Save the Stikine, Skeena, and Nass w a d e d a v i s · Principal Photography by c a r r c l i f t o n and pa u l c o l a n g e l o · Foreword by d a v i d s u z u k i · Afterword by r o b e r t f. k e n n e d y j r . A visual feast and plea to save an extraordinary region in North America for future generations In a rugged knot of mountains in northern British Columbia lies a spectacular valley known to the First Nations as the Sacred Headwaters. There, three of Canada’s most important salmon rivers—the Stikine, the Skeena, and the Nass—are born in close proximity. Now, against the wishes of all First

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principal photography C a rr CliF Ton foreword dav id Suzuk i | afterword rober T F. k ennedy Jr .

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Nations, the British Columbia government has opened the Sacred Headwaters to industrial development. Imperial Metals proposes an open-pit copper and gold mine, called the Red Chris mine, and Royal Dutch Shell wants to extract coal bed methane gas across a tenure of close to a million acres. In The Sacred Headwaters, a collection of photographs by Carr Clifton and members of the International League of Conservation Photographers— including Claudio Contreras, Paul Colangelo, and Wade Davis—portray the splendour of the region. These photographs are supplemented by images from other professionals who have worked here, including Sarah Leen of the National Geographic. The compelling text by Wade Davis, which describes the region’s beauty, the threats to it, and the response of native groups and other inhabitants, is complemented by the voices of the Tahltan elders. The inescapable message is that no amount of methane gas can compensate for the sacrifice of a place that could be the Sacred Headwaters of all Canadians and indeed of all peoples of the world. wade davis is explorer-in-residence at the National Geographic Society

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and is the author of numerous books, including Light at the Edge of the World and The Clouded Leopard. He has lived and worked in the Stikine as a park ranger, guide, and anthropologist since 1978. He and his wife, Gail, own Wolf Creek Lodge, the closest private holding to both the Sacred Headwaters and the proposed site of the Red Chris mine.

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The Atlantic Coast A Natural History h a r r y t h u r s t o n · Photographs by w ay n e b a r r e t t

An authoritative and fascinating exploration of the natural

Harry Thurston

the

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history of the east coast of North America The North Atlantic coast of North America—commonly known as the Atlantic Coast—extends from Newfoundland and Labrador through the Maritime Provinces and the Northeastern United States south to Cape Hatteras. This North Atlantic region belongs to the sea. The maritime influence on climate, flora, and fauna is dominant—even far inland. This is where the great northern boreal forests intermingle with the mixed coniferous-hardwood forests farther south and where the cold, icebergstudded Labrador Current from the Arctic and the warm Gulf Stream of the tropics vie for supremacy. Filled with stunning photographs, the book includes chapters on the geological origins of this region, the two major forest realms, and the main freshwater and marine ecosystems and also describes the flora and fauna within each of these habitats. Finally, it looks at what has been lost but also what remains of the natural heritage of the region and how that might be conserved in future. Written by the Atlantic region’s best-known nature writer, The Atlantic Coast draws upon the most up-to-date science on the ecology of the region as

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well as the author’s lifetime experience as a biologist and naturalist. It is both a personal tribute and an accessible, comprehensive guide to an intriguing ecosystem. harry thurston is the author of several collections of poetry and more

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than a dozen nonfiction books, including Tidal Life: A Natural History of

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the Bay of Fundy, winner of three nonfiction prizes in the Atlantic region,

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and A Place between the Tides: A Naturalist’s Reflections on the Salt Marsh, which received the 2005 Sigurd Olson Nature Writing Award in the United States. He has also written for such magazines as Audubon, Canadian Geographic, and National Geographic. Thurston lives in Nova Scotia.


Yukon A Wilder Place Photography by f r i t z m u e l l e r · Text by t e r e s a e a r l e

A celebration of the Yukon, one of the world’s last wild hot spots In this remarkable collection of photographs, Fritz Mueller captures fleeting, compelling moments in a timeless Yukon landscape, one of the world’s wildest and most overlooked wilderness areas. The view through Mueller’s lens is influenced by his scientific roots and inspired by his visual artist’s aesthetic. Although the beauty of this raw landscape is a central theme, his images also tell the story of a magnificent, complex natural system. Mueller takes us on the annual migration of the Porcupine caribou herd, and he captures intimate portraits of icy grizzly bears gorging on salmon at the Arctic Circle. His appreciation for nature’s

a wilder place

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minutiae—voles, berries, frogs—is a refreshing perspective on a landscape writ large. This photographic work is complemented by an evocative text by Teresa Earle. We learn about the Yukon’s vulnerability, as shown in photographs of fragile tundra ecosystems, a rare orchid photographed in a top-secret location, and an icefield bathed in the pink glow of desert dust carried from halfway around the globe. The book is a deeply personal project for this husband and wife team, who spent much of the past two decades exploring landscapes that have defined both their relationship and their passion for wild places.

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The authors offer an exquisite portrayal of a wild place on the cusp of change. As wilderness vanishes and intact ecosystems deteriorate, the Yukon remains one of the last wild hot spots, a conservation treasure of international significance. fritz mueller is an award-winning photographer and biologist who focuses on stories about science, conservation, and the interface between people and nature. He has been published in National Wildlife, Nature’s Best, Canadian Geographic, explore, and more. teresa earle is a writer, editor, and consultant. She has written for Canadian Geographic, explore, and Up Here and is a former science and nature newspaper columnist.

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Cow A Bovine Biography f l o r i a n w e r n e r · Translated by d o r i s e c k e r · Introduction by t e m p l e g r a n d i n

A fascinating look at the ubiquitous cow She’s every where: as a vehicle for both farmers and advertisers, as a subject for scientists and poets, or simply as a tasty sandwich-filler. Yet after more than ten thousand years living alongside us, the female of the bovine species remains a beguiling mystery. Combining entertaining anecdotes and illuminating discoveries, Florian Werner presents the curious cultural history of that most intriguing of animals: the cow. Since evolving from the aurochs, an ungulate that grazed the Persian grasslands, the cow has embedded herself into virtually all aspects of our lives. Rigorously researched, Cow is the first book to look at the animal in its countless manifestations in cultures around the world. Werner examines cows’ role in commerce and their place on our plates and in our stomachs. He looks at how cows are worshipped in some circles, such as in Hindu mythology, and abhorred in others, today being vilified as an agent of climate change. And A Bovine BiogrAphy

f lo r i a n W e r n e r introduction by temple grAndin

he waxes philosophic about the cow’s rumination and cud chewing, as well as her simple but meaningful moo. In a light, approachable style, Werner offers readers an eye-opening perspective on this commodified animal, whose existence is inextricably intertwined with ours and which we too often take for granted. Doris Ecker, a Vancouver-based translator and writer, provides the translation. “A vibrantly written cultural and curio history of the human–cow relationship.”  tages-anzeiger

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florian werner studied American, British, and German literature in both Germany and Scotland. His books include Rapocalypse, a study of millenari-

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anist hip-hop lyrics, and Dunkle Materie: Die Geschichte der Scheiße (Dark

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matter: The History of Shit), a cultural history of human excrement. When he

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is not writing, he tours with his band, Fön, and plays soccer for the German writers’ national team Autonama. Werner lives in Berlin.


Most of Me Surviving My Medical Meltdown robyn michele levy

The imaginative, hilarious, and moving memoir of a woman coping with both Parkinson’s disease and breast cancer At age forty-three, Robyn Levy was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease and, eight months later, with breast cancer. With irreverent and at times

Surviving My Medical Meltdown

mordant humour, Most of Me chronicles Levy’s early, mysterious symptoms (a dragging left foot, a frozen left hand, and a crash into “downward dead dog” position on the yoga mat), the devastating diagnosis, her discovery of two lumps in her breast, her mastectomy and oophorectomy (after which she discovers there is no ovary fairy), and her life since then dealing with her diverse disease portfolio. Levy is accompanied on her journey by a fantastic cast of characters, including her Cry Lady (who always makes appearances at inopportune times) and perky Dolores the Prosthesis, as well as her loyal dog and a convoy of health professionals, family members, friends, and neighbours. She makes the best of her visits to those health professionals. At an appointment with her neurologist, she participates in party games such as “try to move the patient’s rigid left arm.” After “make the patient lose her

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balance but catch her before she falls,” Levy is sorry that the party is over, especially when she gets a prescription instead of a grab bag. Both heartbreaking and hilarious, Most of Me offers a unique glimpse into a creative mind, an ailing body, and the restorative power of humour and fantasy. A portion of the royalties from sales of this book will be donated to Parkinson Society Canada. robyn michele Levy is a visual artist, radio broadcaster, and writer. Her writing has been published in the Vancouver Sun, the Georgia Straight,

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and the Vancouver Courier, and she has also dabbled in stand-up comedy

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and slam poetry. She lives with her family and her remaining body parts in

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Vancouver, British Columbia.

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Are You Ready for the Big One? How to Prepare for an Earthquake maggie mooney

A four-week program to help you and your family survive Ma jor earthquakes typically happen once a year somewhere on our

Maggie Mooney

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ready for the big one?

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e a r t h qu a k e

planet. Sometimes little damage occurs and sometimes many lives are lost. Knowing what to do before, during, and after an earthquake can save your life and help your family members and pets survive. Use this guide and the checklists inside to get ready: • Find your safe spots at home, at work, at school, and outdoors. • Develop your emergency communication plan. • Shake-proof your home. • Assemble emergency supplies. By following the steps in the four-week readiness program described here, you can avoid injury and ensure you have the food, water, and other essentials you need to be prepared rather than scared. maggie mooney is a writer, editor, and community worker. She is author of

a four-week program to help you and your family survive

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Canada’s Top 100: The Greatest Athletes of All Time and co-author of Nobel’s Women of Peace. She lives on Gabriola Island, British Columbia.


Elizabeth Taylor The Lady, The Lover, The Legend dav i d b r e t

The first biography of Hollywood’s controversial grand dame since her death; the author wanted this revelatory book to be withheld from publication for fear of legal reprisals. Elizabeth Taylor: The Lady, The Lover, The Legend strips away the Hollywood veneer to portray the legendary actress as she really was: passionate and irreverent; reckless, sometimes to the point of foolishness; undoubtedly self-centred yet fiercely protective of the people and causes dearest to her heart; and, above all, resilient. Bret sheds new light on every facet of Taylor’s life, including her famous movies and marriages, her friendship with Montgomery Clift, the abuse

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she suffered at the hands of Nicky Hilton, the real story behind the Taylor-

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Fisher-Reynolds love triangle, and her epic relationship with Richard Burton. With compassion and admiration, Bret also describes Taylor’s later years, including her fight for aids awareness and support for gay rights, her unique friendship with Michael Jackson, and her deteriorating health leading up to her untimely death in March 2011. The book was held back from an earlier publication, owing to the author’s concern that there would be legal reprisals from Taylor because of the book’s revealing contents.

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david bret, a famed celebrity biographer, is known for his frank and often controversial discussion of the private lives of Hollywood stars. His previous books include Joan Crawford: Hollywood Martyr and Clark Gable: Tormented Star.

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Reflections 2011 The nhl Hockey Year in Photographs t h e n at i o n a l h o c k e y l e a g u e · t h e n at i o n a l h o c k e y l e a g u e p l ay e r s ’ a s s o c i at i o n · in conjunction with g e t t y i m a g e s · m i c h a e l a . b e r g e r presented by the n at i o n a l

hockey league

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A photographic yearbook for the 2010–11 nhl season that captures the power, speed, and grace of professional hockey Hockey is a game of details: that extra pass on the power play, that defenseman caught off guard, that daring poke check from a goaltender. These are all of the little things that make the difference in the outcome of a game. And with the blinding speed the game is played at—you blink and the details

Reflections 2011 the nhl h o c k ey ye a r i n p hoto gr a p h s

are missed. They happen, then they’re gone. Reflections 2011 brings together a year’s worth of hockey details— frozen in time by some of the most stunning sports photography—offering a

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spectacular pictorial chronicle of the 2010–11 nhl season. Relive the season with exciting images of Steven Stamkos and Corey Perry, Tim Thomas and sports October 2011 Trade paper 978-1-55365-960 - 0 Ebook isbn: 978-1-55365-961-7 cdn $27.95 1 2” x 83/4” · 160 pages full-colour photographs throughout Rights held: World, all languages

Marc-Andre Fleury, the Sedin twins and the Staal brothers—and many other stars of the nhl. Feel the chill as you revisit the great outdoor games where both Pittsburgh’s Heinz Field and Calgary’s McMahon Stadium became, for a day each, the world’s largest backyard rink. From the first drop of the puck to the hoisting of the Stanley Cup, it’s all here. With over 150 thrilling photos, an introduction that outlines the high points of the season, and a full section of year-end statistics, Reflections 2011 captures the speed and strength, the emotion and excitement of hockey played at its highest level. the national hockey league and the nhl Players’ Association are proud supporters of Hockey Fights Cancer, and a share of proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to the Hockey Fights Cancer initiative.

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Hockey’s Original 6 Great Players of the Golden Era m i k e l e o n e t t i · Foreword by j e a n b é l i v e a u

An electrifying collection of rarely seen hockey images highlighting the greatest heroes of the Original Six era

foreword by jean béliveau

The hockey stars of the fifties and sixties—Rocket Richard, Gordie Howe, Dave Keon, Bobby Hull, Jean Béliveau, Terry Sawchuk, Tim Horton, and others—were some of the most passionate players in National Hockey League history. These skilful and often colourful athletes played exhilarating hockey and were national heroes in a time when only six teams and 120 players battled for the Stanley Cup. Hockey’s Original 6 celebrates the most dynamic players and exciting moments of the era in more than 100 photographs from the legendary Harold Barkley Archives, including a number of never—or rarely—seen images. From 1942 until the early seventies, Barkley was the Toronto Star’s leading sports photographer, pioneering the use of electronic flash to capture stop-action hockey. This book is the most complete collection of pre-expansion-era colour action hockey photographs available in print.

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Two informative essays by Mike Leonetti—prolific hockey writer and historian—set Barkley and the photos in context, and short image captions illuminate the players and their feats. Jean Béliveau—hockey legend and elder statesman—provides a personal and insightful foreword. Combining iconic images and hockey lore, Hockey’s Original 6 is the perfect gift for sports fans, history buffs, and art collectors. mike leonetti has written more than twenty-five books, including bestselling hockey titles such as Hockey Now!, Maple Leaf Legends, Canadiens Legends, and Maple Leafs Top 100. He has also written several bestselling children’s picture books, including My Leafs Sweater; A Hero Named Howe;

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Number Four, Bobby Orr; and The Mighty Tim Horton. He has owned and managed the Harold Barkley Archives since 1991 and is a walking encyclopaedia of Toronto Maple Leafs trivia. He lives in Woodbridge, Ontario.

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new in paper

The Legacy foreword by

An Elder’s Vision for Our Sustainable Future

m argaret atwood

D av i D S u z u k i d a v i d s u z u k i · Foreword by m a r g a r e t at w o o d

THE LEgac y

“Part autobiography, part history, part basic science—and above all, a plea for the planet. Buy it.”  national post

a n e lder’s v ision for o ur s u s ta i n a b l e f uture

Now available in paperback and enhanced ebook format, The Legacy is an expanded version of the lecture that he delivered in December 2009 and that forms the core of a 2010 film entitled Force of Nature. “The imaginative reach of Suzuki’s earth-vision grounded in scientific fact is

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“My hope is that we ourselves will emulate David Suzuki and leave legacies in

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our turn.”  margaret atwood

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david suzuki is an internationally known and respected scientist and envi-

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ronmentalist and the founder of the David Suzuki Foundation. He is the author of more than forty books and lives in Vancouver, British Columbia.

“David Suzuki’s voice,

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quiet and compelling, is one of the most

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crucial sounds on a noisy planet.” DaviD Quammen

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HOW TO FIND

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eco-friendly home, MaKE sustainable transportation choices,

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REDUCE

consumption, and BE a green citizen

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David Suzuki

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Complete Book of the Winter Olympics

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Declaration of Interdependence

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978-1-55365-169-7

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978-1-55054-092-5

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Hockey (Weekes)  $7.95

978-1-55054-882-2

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978-1-55365-044-7

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Hockey: How to Play Like the Pros

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978-1-55054-645-3

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978-1-55054-851-8

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978-1-55054-707-8

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978-1-55054-564-7

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978-1-55054-864-8

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Hockey the nhl Way: Hockey Tips from the Pros

978-1-55365-372-1

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Flight of the Hummingbird (Yahgulanaas)  $16.00

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978-1-55365-535-0

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978-1-55054-992-8

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978-1-55365-587-9

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978-1-55365-212-0

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978-1-55054-986-7

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Foot (Vanderlinden)  $24.95

978-1-55054-644-6

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Hockey the nhl Way: The Basics

978-1-55365-521-3

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978-0-9784375-0-3

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978-1-55054-061-1

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978-1-55365-031-7

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From Naked Ape to Superspecies

978-1-55054-452-7

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978-1-55365-032-4

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978-1-55365-660-9

978-1-55365-060-7

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978-1-55365-003-4

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978-1-55365-385-1

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978-1-55054-178-6

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978-0-88833-269-1

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978-1-55054-752-8

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978-1-55365-382-0

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Hiking the West Coast of Vancouver Island

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Julie’s Secret (Taylor)  $7.95

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Jumbo (Chambers)  $27.95

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978-1-55054-621-7

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Nature of Walruses (Knudtson)  $16.95

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978-1-55054-562-3

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978-1-55365-401-8

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Kim Cattrall Sexual Intelligence (Cattrall)  $19.95

978-1-55054-702-3

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Neil Young Nation (Chong)  $22.95

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New Savory Wild Mushroom (McKenny, et al.)  $28.95 Night (Simonds, ed.)  $24.95

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Notes from Canada’s Young Activists

978-1-55365-242-7

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Little Hummingbird (Yahgulanaas)  $18.95

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Mom, Will This Chicken Give Me Man Boobs?

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Plundered Seas (Berrill)  $19.95

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Naked Truth (Gudgeon)  $22.95

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978-1-55054-694-1

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978-1-55365-336-3

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Rockies (Cannings)  $19.95

978-1-55365-525-1

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Ten Technologies to Save the Planet (Goodall)  $22.95

978-1-55054-799-3

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978-1-55365-064-5

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Test of Will (Macdonald)  $22.95

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There’s a Barnyard in My Bedroom

978-1-55054-749-8

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978-1-55365-337-0

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978-1-55365-298-4

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Thousand Dreams (Campbell, Culbert, Boyd)  $24.95

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Unofficial Guide to Baseball’s Most Unusual Records

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