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Who Killed Mom? A Delinquent Son’s Meditation on Family, Mortality, and Very Tacky Candles steve burgess

One of Canada’s funniest writers tackles his mother’s life and death in a profound, entertaining story

A

Delinquent

Son’S

Meditation on Family, Mortality

memoir, biogr aphy, and outrageous comedy make for a perfect blend in

and Very Tacky Candles

the debut book from acclaimed writer Steve Burgess. Telling the tale of his mother’s life and death, and along the way laying bare his own struggles, Burgess delivers a moving meditation on life and family.

Steve Burgess

The author’s mother, Joan, barely survived her thirteenth birthday: a rare disorder had made it almost impossible for her to swallow food. Her battle to survive this illness was the first in a lifelong struggle with the demons of her upbringing. As she raised her five children, of whom the author is the youngest, Joan revealed herself to be a strong and remarkably complex woman. This is the story of her family: Joan herself, her husband—a charming United Church minister—and their children, including the alarmingly delinquent Steve. Who Killed Mom? brims with uproarious anecdotes and one-liners. Whether he’s relating how an ice cream product saved him from a gruesome death on the Trans-­Canada, sizing up the rebranding efforts of a woeful Manitoba motel, or depicting daily life in a retirement community, Burgess infuses his tales with plenty of laughs. But beneath the book’s hilarity is a penetrating examination of eternal themes: family, mortality, fate, and the

Who Killed Mom?

enduring value of love. steve burgess is a writer and broadcaster whose honours include two Canadian National Magazine Awards. Burgess is the former host of @the end, a nationally broadcast talk show on cbc Newsworld, and a frequent cbc Radio guest host. Burgess’s stories have been featured in Reader’s Digest editions around the world, as well as Maclean’s, the Globe and Mail, and other publications. Who Killed Mom? is his first book.

biography & memoir April 2011 Paperback 978-1-55365-8 33-7 Ebook isbn: 978-1-55365-8 34-4 cdn $22.95 51/2” x 81/2” · 224 pages Rights held: World, all languages

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Cigar Box Banjo Notes on Music and Life pa u l q u a r r i n g t o n · Foreword by r o d d y d o y l e

new in paper

“A layered, rambling, deceptively casual mixture

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of music history, coming-of-age narrative and reflection on mortality.”  globe and mail An award-winning author, musician, and screenwriter, Paul Quarrington was diagnosed with stage-four lung cancer in summer 2009. Looking death in the face, he decided to go out singing, throwing everything he had into his work and demonstrating a creative energy that belied his illness. He was recognized with the Matt Cohen Award for his distinguished body of work, performed with his band, Porkbelly Futures, and recorded two new albums. He also finished Cigar Box Banjo, his bestselling and highly regarded memoir—reflections on his music, life, and death. The biographical documentary film Paul Quarrington: Life In Music, following the themes in Cigar Box Banjo, aired in spring 2010 on ctv Bravo. “A joy to read . . . Cigar Box Banjo is the perfect testament to the man, and to

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his work. He will be missed.”  georgia straight “It’s doubtful we will see a better memoir this year than Paul Quarrington’s Cigar Box Banjo . . . He doesn’t shy away from exploring in detail his own dark journey toward death, but the path is illuminated with humour, courage, [and] generosity.”  waterloo region record paul quarrington won numerous awards for his work, including the

biography & memoir April 2011 Paperback 978-1-55365-827-6 Ebook isbn: 978-1-55365-629-6 Previous isbn: 978-1-55365-438-4 cdn $19.95 51/2” x 81/2” · 256 pages Rights held: World, all languages

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Stephen Leacock Award for Humour and Canada Reads 2008 for his novel King Leary. His Governor General’s Award–winning Whale Music was made into a critically acclaimed feature film. He also won awards for his writing for the television series Due South and for his screenplay for Perfectly Normal. On January 21, 2010, he succumbed to cancer and died at his home surrounded by friends and family. www.paulquarrington.org


In the Land of Long Fingernails A Gravedigger’s Memoir charles wilkins

“If Raymond Chandler had written a memoir, I could imagine it reading like this.”  globe and mail First published in hardcover in 2008, In the Land of Long Fingernails was shortlisted for the Trillium Book Prize, the Stephen Leacock Memorial Medal for Humour, and the Toronto Book Awards. During the hazy summer of 1969, Charles Wilkins, then a university student, took a job as a gravedigger in a vast corporate cemetery in the east end of Toronto. The bizarre but true events of that time—a midsummer gravediggers’ strike, the unearthing of a victim of an unsolved murder, and a little illegal bone shifting—play out among a Barnum-esque parade of mavericks and misfits in this macabre and hilarious memoir. Amid relentless gallows humour and the inevitable reminders of what it is, finally, to be human, Wilkins provides an unforgettable insider’s view of a morbidly fascinating industry. In the Land of Long Fingernails is a story of

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fingernails A G R AV E D I G G E R ’ S MEMOIR

mortality, materialism, friendship, and sexuality—and the gradual coming of age of an impressionable young man. “[Wilkins’s] strange-but-true memoir. . . will fascinate, disturb and most certainly entertain.”  publishers weekly charles wilkins wrestled Don Starkell’s mountainous diary into the classic

"It's the humanity at the core of the story— plus Wilkins' gymnastic prose and laughs aplenty—that really powers this book." T H E T O R O N T O S TA R

work of adventure travel Paddle to the Amazon, praised by the New York Times Book Review as “a model expeditionary journal.” He is the winner of three National Magazine Awards and has been a finalist for the Writers’ Trust Non-Fiction Prize, among other awards. His acclaimed nonfiction includes The Circus at the Edge of the Earth and Walk to New York, and he is the co­author, with Gordie Howe, of the bestseller After the Applause. He divides his time between Thunder Bay and Muskoka, Ontario.

biography & memoir April 2011 Paperback 978-1-55365-8 43-6 Ebook isbn: 978-1-55365-875-7 Previous isbn: 978-0-67006-555-4 cdn $18.95 51/2” x 81/2” · 272 pages Rights held: World, except U.S.

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Trauma Farm A Rebel History of Rural Life brian brett

The multiple award–winning portrait of farm life— new in paper

“an altogether compelling read”  publishers weekly For twenty years writer Brian Brett has tended a small island farm, affectionately named Trauma Farm. Poetic and evocative, this illuminating memoir of his experiences allows readers to reconnect with the land and get closer to the source of our food. “Brett hangs meditations of farm life, observations on biology and botany, and musings about the modern world on this Joycean structure. His writing is so vivid, the observations so telling, that a reader can virtually feel the smooth

F arm

Brian Brett

Trauma

a r ebel history of r u r a l l i f e

heft of a collected egg in the palm of a hand or hear the goofy, honking dawn call of the peacock.”  globe and mail • Winner of the 2009 Writers’ Trust of Canada Non­-Fiction Prize • Winner of the bc Booksellers’ Choice Award • Winner of the ippy Awards Bronze Medal in the environment category • An Amazon Top 100 book for 2009 • A Globe and Mail Top 100 book for 2009 • A Times Literary Supplement Top 100 book for 2009 • Over 5,000 copies sold in hardcover in North America brian brett has been writing and publishing since the late 1960s, and his work has appeared in such publications as the Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Vancouver Sun, and Books in Canada. He is the author of Uproar’s Your Only

environment

Music—a Globe and Mail Book of the Year—and several books of poetry. He

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currently lives on Trauma Farm in British Columbia.

Paperback 978-1-55365-803-0 Ebook isbn: 978-1-926 81 2-38-0 Previous isbn: 978-1-55365-474-2 cdn $19.95 51/2” x 81/2” · 38 4 pages Rights held: World, all languages

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How Bad Are Bananas? The Carbon Footprint of Everything mike berners-lee

A smart, practical, and accessible guide to measuring our carbon footprint, from an internationally recognized expert Part green-­l ifestyle guide, part popular science, How Bad Are Bananas? is the first book to provide the information we need to make carbon-savvy purchases and informed lifestyle choices and to build carbon

mike berners-lee “I can’t remember the last time I read a book that was more fascinating and useful and enjoyable all at the same time.” — b i ll bryso n

considerations into our everyday thinking. The book puts our decisions into perspective with entries for the big things (the World Cup, volcanic eruptions, the Iraq war) as well as the small (email, ironing, a glass of beer). And it covers the range from birth (the carbon footprint of having a child) to death (the carbon impact of cremation). Packed full of surprises—a plastic bag has the smallest footprint of any item listed, while a block of cheese is bad news—the book continuously informs, delights, and engages the reader. Solidly researched and referenced, the easily digestible figures, statistics, charts, and graphs (including a section on the carbon footprint of various foods) will encourage discussion and help people to make up their own minds about their consumer choices. “Mike Berners-Lee knows more about carbon footprints than anyone else

How Bad Are Bananas? The Carbon FooTprinT oF every Thing

in the U.K. Enjoyable, fun to read and scientifically robust. A triumph of popular science writing.”  chris goodall, author of Ten Technologies to Save the Planet “I can’t remember the last time I read a book that was more fascinating and useful and enjoyable.”  bill bryson

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mike berners-lee is founding director of Small World Consulting, an associate company of Lancaster University (U.K.) specializing in organizational responses to climate change. He holds a physics degree from Oxford University, and his research, often in partnership with Lancaster University or the Crichton Carbon Centre, includes the development of leading footprint tools based on environmental input­–output analysis,

Paperback 978-1-55365-8 31-3 Ebook isbn: 978-1-55365-8 32-0 cdn $19.95 5½” x 8½” · 256 pages 25 charts and graphs Rights held: North America, English

life-cycle analysis, and hybrid methodologies. Berner-­Lee’s clients include major supermarkets, architecture firms, and businesses interested in reducing their carbon footprint.

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Easy Cycling around Vancouver Forty­-five Fun Day Trips for All Ages jean cousins · norman cousins

The Lower Mainland’s most popular bicycling new edition

guidebook—updated and expanded

45 fun day trips for all ages

Considered the fastest-growing method of travel in Vancouver, cycling is a good way to stay fit, save money, and have little impact on the environment. This guide provides forty-five good reasons to do all three and have fun at the same time. Easy Cycling around Vancouver features dozens of routes to discover across the Lower Mainland and northwestern Washington State. From Squamish to Bellingham, Richmond to Agassiz, Jean and Norman Cousins guide you along winding backroads and quiet country lanes, pointing out the best cafés and swimming holes as well as local flora and historic sites.

EASY CYCLING around

VA N C O U V E R

JEAN & NORMAN •

COUSINS

This updated and expanded second edition includes: • forty-five tours (nine all-new ones) ranging from 10 to 45 kilometres long • concise, easy-­to-follow maps and route descriptions • helpful tips about cycling basics, safety, and trip planning The tours are perfect for families, novice riders, and older cyclists, or those who just want to have a lazy day exploring the countryside by bicycle. Try a flat, scenic trail with the kids or combine several tours to make up a multi-­d ay trip. Ride right from your front door or take a bus, train, ferry, or car to the starting point. Whatever your cycling interest, Easy Cycling around Vancouver is just the ticket.

outdoor guides April 2011 Paperback 978-1-55365-5 82-4 Ebook isbn: 978-1-55365-829-0 Previous isbn: 978-1-5505 4-897-6 cdn $19.95 51/2” x 81/2” · 176 pages 45 maps; 50 images Rights held: World, all languages

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jean cousins is the author of Easy Hiking around Vancouver and Nature Walks around Vancouver. She and her husband, Norman, are keen explorers of the natural world. They live in Surrey, British Columbia.


Eat, Sleep, Ride How I Braved Bears, Badlands, and Big Breakfasts in My Quest to Cycle the Tour Divide pa u l h o w a r d

Armed with wit and humour, an internationally acclaimed cycling writer tackles the longest bike race in the world For Paul Howard, who has ridden the entire Tour de France route during the race itself—setting off at 4 am each day to avoid being caught by the pros— riding a small mountain­bike race should hold no fear. Still, this isn’t just any mountain­bike race. This is the Tour Divide. Running from Banff in Canada to the Mexican border, the Tour Divide is more than 2,700 miles—500 miles longer than the Tour de France. Its route along the Continental Divide goes through the heart of the Rocky Mountains and involves more than 200,000 feet of ascent—the equivalent of climbing Mount Everest seven times. The other problem is that Howard has never owned a mountain bike—and how will training on the South Downs in southern England prepare him for sleeping rough in the Rockies? What’s more, the efficient back­up team that helped Howard in the Tour—his dad—will be absent. Undaunted, Howard swaps the smooth tarmac roads of France for the mud, snow, and ice of the Tour Divide, fending off grizzly bears, mountain lions, and moose. Buzzing roadside fans are replaced by buzzing mosquitoes. Worse is the unshakeable fear that he might have to earn his wild west stripes by drinking whiskey with

Paul Howard How I Braved Bears, Badlands and Big Breakfasts in My Quest to Cycle the Tour Divide

Eat, slEEp, RIDE

a cowboy. Entertaining and engaging, Eat, Sleep, Ride will appeal to avid and aspiring cyclers, as well as fans of adventure/travel narrative with a humorous twist. paul howard’s first book, Riding High: Shadow Cycling the Tour de France, was shortlisted for the National Sporting Club’s Best New Sports Writer prize, while his Sex, Lies and Handlebar Tape, an account of the first five-time Tour de France winner Jacques Anquetil, was shortlisted in the Biography of the Year category at the British Sports Book Awards.

sports February 2011 Paperback 978-1-55365-817- 7 Ebook isbn: 978-1-55365-818-4 cdn $19.95 6” x 91/4” · 272 pages Rights held: North America, English

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The Great Lakes The Natural History of a Changing Region w ay n e g r a d y · Illustrations by e m i ly d a m s t r a · Photographs by b r u c e l i t t e l j o h n

new in paper

“The most complete and up-­to-­date resource about W a y n e g r a d y

the ecology of the world’s largest freshwater system.”  explore The Great Lakes have been central to the development of eastern North America. In this “beautifully designed, comprehensive gem of a guide to the ecosystem at the heart of Canada” (The Tyee), award-winning science and nature writer Wayne Grady makes scientific concepts accessible as he reveals how human impact has changed this life-­giving region.

the

great lakes t h e N at u r a l h i s t o r y of a ChaNgiNg regioN

• Silver Medal Winner at ForeWord Magazine’s Book of the Year Awards • Winner of a Gold Medal ippy Award for Best Regional Non-Fiction Book • Winner of the 2008 National Outdoor Book Award “The best parts of the book allow us to catch a glimpse of the rich ecological relations of the watershed, and to consider our everyday actions in light of their inevitable impacts on the water, soil, plants and other animals that compromise the Great Lakes—and theirs on us.”  association for literature, environment, and culture in canada “[Grady] tantalizes you with a fact that is so intriguing that you really want to keep reading to discover more.”  great lakes for all

nature • natural history

wayne grady is one of Canada’s finest science writers and a Governor

March 2011

General’s Award–winning translator. He has authored eleven books of

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nonfiction, translated fourteen novels, and edited more than a dozen antholo-

978-1-55365-804-7 Previous isbn: 978-1-55365-197-0 cdn $34.95 71/2” x 10” · 360 pages 120 full-colour photographs; 53 b&w illustrations; 1 2 maps Rights held: World, all languages Co-published with the David Suzuki Foundation

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gies of short stories and creative nonfiction. He lives in Athens, Ontario.


Geology of British Columbia A Journey through Time sydney cannings · joanne nelson · richard cannings

The bestselling exploration of B.C.’s geology, extensively updated

creatures. The first edition of Geology of British Columbia, with its accessible but rigorous science, struck a chord with readers. Since it was first published, theories about plate tectonics and the geological history of British Columbia have evolved, and this new edition reflects the current thinking. This book also features updated content throughout, seven new maps, and a number of new photographs. A brand new appendix lists and describes key geological sites in British Columbia, adding a field-guide component to this informative book that will engage readers and compel them to go see these rocks for themselves.

geology of British

ColumBia A Journey through Time Ne w editioN Sydney Cannings JoAnne Nelson Richard Cannings

sydney cannings is a zoologist working on endangered species for Environment Canada in Whitehorse, Yukon. He has also worked as an endangered species specialist for the British Columbia government and as the curator of the Spencer Entomological Museum at the University of British Columbia. joanne nelson has worked as a geologist for the B.C. Geological Survey for twenty-five years and is currently the B.C. lead on the Edges project, which studies the evolution of the Cordilleran mountain chain. richard cannings works as a consulting biologist assessing endangered species and organizing bird population surveys, among other projects. He is the author of An Enchantment of Birds, The Rockies: A Natural History, and, with Sydney Cannings, British Columbia: A Natural History and The B.C. Roadside Naturalist. He lives in Penticton, British Columbia.

nature • natural history June 2011 Paperback 978-1-55365-815-3 Ebook isbn: 978-1-926706-4 4-3 Previous isbn: 978-1-5505 4-704-7 cdn $19.95 5 7/8” x 8 3/8” · 160 pages 30 full-colour photographs; 18 maps Rights held: World, all languages

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new edition

This book tells the story of the province’s geology and the history of its living


Creative Nature Photography Essential Tips and Techniques bill coster

An indispensable guide to nature and outdoor photography, from the acclaimed author of Creative Bird Photography Called a “master lensman” (Bird Watching) and “one of the world’s leading bird photographers” (Outdoor Photography), Bill Coster has become an authoritative source for instructional photographic guides. After the success of his first guide, Creative Bird Photography, he returns with a gorgeously illustrated, inspirational guide to nature photography that is packed with practical advice and presented in his characteristic informative but accessible writing style. In Creative Nature Photography, Coster takes a fresh approach to the subject. He discusses the world’s key habitats—from coasts and mountains to arid and polar regions—in separate chapters, each containing images of specific aspects of the environment, starting with landscapes and moving on to plants and animals. Each photograph demonstrates particular points and approaches, taking into account light conditions, terrain, and the general surroundings. Fascinating anecdotes about Coster’s experiences in each habitat bring the photography

images to life. Each photograph is accompanied by detailed technical data, as

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well as information about locations and other issues that need to be tackled to

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achieve the perfect shot. There is also an up-to-date chapter on photography

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basics, including equipment such as cameras and lenses.

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bill coster is one of the U.K.’s leading wildlife photographers. His work

81/2” x 101/2” · 160 pages

frequently appears in national wildlife magazines and journals. He is widely

150 full-colour photographs

travelled, often leading photography tours to North and South America, and

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the photographs used in this book include his images from around the world. Coster has lived in Essex, England, for over twenty years.

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On Rare Birds a n i ta a l b u s • Translation by g e r a l d c h a p p l e

An Illustrated natural history and a passionate account of extinct and endangered bird species from around the world Internationally renowned, award-winning author Anita Albus recounts the sad histories of several extinct bird species, including the passenger pigeon, the Carolina parakeet, and the great auk. She also gives a detailed account of seven rare birds: the hermit ibis, the elusive corncrake, the kookaburra, the Eurasian nightjar, the barn owl, the northern hawk owl, and the kingfisher. This visually stunning book is richly illustrated with the author’s own artwork as well as that of well-known nature artists such as John James Audubon. Combining natural history and investigative reporting, the book also weaves in mythological and cultural material and, most of all, tells a compelling story. On Rare Birds shows that the extinction of these bird species is a great loss not only to the natural world but also to culture. With each species lost, a world is lost to human understanding—to our arts, mythology, and science. This exciting and provocative book will appeal to all those who love birds and care about their survival. “Albus doesn’t just show you things; she teaches you how to see for yourself.” daniel mendelsohn, New York Review of Books on The Art of Arts anita albus is a writer and artist based in Munich and Burgundy. Her books include The Art of Arts, The Botanical Drama, The Garden of Songs, and the translation into German of Flashlights by Jules and Edmond de Goncourt. She has illustrated The Passionate Gardener by Rudolph Borchardt and The Jealous Potter by Claude Lévi-Strauss. Albus has received many prizes, including France’s highest achievement prize for her work as an artist living in that country.

nature • natural history April 2011 Hardcover 978-1-55365-477-3 cdn $35.00 63/4” x 91/2” · 28 8 pages 4 8 full-colour and 24 b&w illustrations Rights held: World, English

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Small beneath the Sky A Prairie Memoir lorna crozier

new in paper

The acclaimed poet’s prize-winning bestseller—a tender, unsparing portrait of a family and a place “How rare such honesty is, and how hard-won, and radical, and beautiful!” U r s U l a K. l e G U i n

small

“The Governor General’s Award–winning poet’s vivid narrative about her

beneath

a potato and who loved her daughter fiercely, if quietly. This is a fast read,

the sky

upbringing in Swift Current, Sask. Her father, Emerson, was an alcoholic, and we come to know the shame she experienced living with poverty and addiction. Her mother, Peggy, was a tough proud woman who never wasted due in great part to Crozier’s superb ability to tell a story simply and from the gut.”  national post “With her poet’s eye, Crozier lays out the taste and smell and feel of her childhood . . . Her memoir is a tender reflection of her youth, and we are left with prairie visions dancing in our heads.”  chronicle herald “Her poetic gift gives her prose a wonderful edge and clarity.”  winnipeg free press

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• Winner of the Hubert Evans Non-Fiction Prize lorna crozier, one of Canada’s most celebrated poets, has read from her work on every continent. She has received numerous awards, including the Governor General’s Award, for her fifteen books of poetry, which include The

biography & memoir

Blue Hour of the Day: Selected Poems and The Garden Going On without Us.

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She has also edited several anthologies, among them Desire in Seven Voices

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and, with Patrick Lane, Addicted: Notes from the Belly of the Beast. She lives

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in Saanich, British Columbia. www.lornacrozier.ca


Prairie A Natural History ca n dac e savag e

Told in the author’s distinctively enchanting style, in North America is now updated

“Lucid and thorough—a fantastic guide to North America’s largest ecosystem.” P u b l i s H e r s W e e k ly

C A N dAC e s AvAg e

Authoritative, detailed, and scientifically up-to-date, Prairie: A Natural History provides a comprehensive, non-technical guide to the biology and ecology of the prairies, the Great Plains grasslands of North America. This edition has been updated to include new information about declining bird species, enhanced protection of bison, the effect of industrialization on the prairies, and the effect of the increase in coyote numbers on red foxes and swift foxes. The book also includes an entirely new preface. Extending from Alberta south to the Mississippi River, the prairies are among the largest ecosystems in North America. Until recently, they were also one of the richest and most magnificent natural grasslands in the world. Today

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they are among the most altered environments on Earth. Illustrated with spectacular full-colour photographs and elegant blackand-white line drawings, this authoritative reference and easy-to-read guide is a must for anyone who wants to know more about the dazzling natural variety of the prairies. • Winner of two 2004 Saskatchewan Book Awards: Book of the Year and Non-Fiction • ForeWord Book of the Year “[Savage] shares her enthusiasm for her subject as easily as she shares facts about prairie ecosystems.”  publishers weekly

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“Savage’s verbal account, laden with its wealth of current scientific discovery

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and impelled with its sense of the miraculous in nature, eclipses the beauty of

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its own visuals.”  globe and mail

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candace savage is the author of numerous internationally acclaimed books on subjects ranging from natural history and science to popular culture, including the bestselling Bird Brains: The Intelligence of Crows, Ravens, Magpies and Jays. She lives in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

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new edition

this bestselling guide to one of the largest ecosystems


new in paper

Snakebit Confessions of a Herpetologist leslie anthony “Laugh-out loud funny.” va n c o u v e r s u n

“Anthony blends science writing with travelogue and history

Confessions of a Herpetologist

S NAKE BIT

in this learned but lighthearted memoir.”  georgia straight

Leslie Anthony

Leslie Anthony combines passion, adventure, and biology in an accessible, hilarious read backed by rigorous and well-researched science. Snakebit sheds new light on these slithering, slimy creatures and will change the way readers think about them.

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“Part memoir, part sociological investigation of herpetologist culture,

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Anthony explores what it means to be ‘snakebit.’ ”  publishers weekly

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leslie anthony has a PhD in zoology and lectured in herpetology as a post-

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doctoral fellow at McGill University’s Redpath Museum. He has published

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numerous scientific papers and has gained a following both as a poet and a

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candace savage is the award-winning author of internationally acclaimed books on subjects ranging from natural history and science to popular culture. Savage lives in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.


Following Wolves Living with the Last Wild Packs of a Northern Rain Forest i a n m c a l l i s t e r · Contributions by c h r i s d a r i m o n t · Introduction by pa u l c . pa q u e t

A textual edition of the bestselling photo book, updated with the author’s recent observations of the wolves The illustr ated edition of The Last Wild Wolves won the B.C. Booksellers’ Choice Award and has sold over 7,000 copies. This updated textual edition describes what has happened to the wolves and their environment since the book first appeared in 2007 and presents the latest scientific research indicating that these wolves are a distinct species. It also contains a sixteen-page photographic insert that includes spectacular new photographs. “Unleash your inner wild thing with this beautiful account of the marine wolves of northern British Columbia.”  national post “This book will leave you slack-jawed at the wonders of the wild wolf and educated about the raw deal humans are giving them.”  calgary herald ian mcallister is a co-founder of the wildlife conservation organization Pacific Wild. The author of The Great Bear Rainforest, he is also an award­ winning photographer whose images have appeared in publications around the world. He has been honoured by the Globe and Mail as one of 133 highly accomplished Canadians, and he and his wife, Karen McAllister, were named by Time magazine as “Leaders of the 21st Century” for their efforts to protect British Columbia’s endangered rainforest. He is a member of the International League of Conservation Photographers and has won the North American Nature Photography Association’s Vision Award and the Rainforest Action Network’s Rainforest Hero award. He lives on an island in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest.

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Smiling Bears A Zookeeper Explores the Behavior and Emotional Life of Bears e l s e p o u l s e n · Foreword by s t e p h e n h e r r e r o

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“An inspiring trip into the minds and reality of bears.”  “An inspiring trip into the mind and reality of bears.” Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson , author of When elephants Weep

Smiling BearS A Zookeeper Explores the Behavior and Emotional Life of Bears

jeffrey moussaieff masson, author of When Elephants Weep In this “engaging and accessible animal memoir” (Winnipeg Free Press), award-winning zookeeper and researcher on animal welfare Else Poulsen brings the plight of bears to a wide audience and reveals “fresh insights into bear behaviour and psychology” (Globe and Mail). “Else Poulsen is in fact someone who knows bears . . . Poulsen’s book is informed, intelligent, and imbued with a love of bears.”  halifax sunday herald “You will smile, laugh, and even shed a tear or two while reading this book and perhaps be moved to reach out in some way to help a bear smile somewhere in the world. If you do, you will be making this world a better place as Poulsen has done by bringing us Smiling Bears.”  bear matters b.c. “Poulsen’s patience and dedication to her animal wards come out clearly in this, her first book. There’s no wandering off the trail for her. Her focus is narrow and her message is precise: bears need our help. The information she

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shares with us is fascinating.”  quill & quire else poulsen holds a bachelor’s degree in biological sciences. She has worked at the Calgary and Detroit zoos and is known internationally for her captive bear husbandry and rehabilitation. In 2000 she won the

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Zookeeper Research Excellence Award from the American Zoo and Aquarium Association’s Bear Taxon Advisory Group. She works as an animal management consultant for zoos, sanctuaries, wildlife rehabilitators, and other animal welfare groups. Poulsen lives in southern Ontario.


The Armchair Book of Gardens A Miscellany jane billinghurst

A delightful mélange of writing and images that explores our passion for gardens Why are we so passionate about gardens, and what do they represent? In chapters titled “Shades of Paradise,” “Statements and Style,” “Gardens for Body and Soul,” “Gardeners Rampant,” and “Purely for Pleasure,” this fabulous collection of prose and visuals looks at gardens throughout history and across cultures from many angles, celebrating their sensual, spiritual, aesthetic, social, and even political dimensions. Writers from around the world evoke the garden in its many incarnations, sometimes lightheartedly, sometimes wittily, sometimes expressing regret or sorrow. Whether the selections portray the garden as a restorative retreat, a way to survive, a social showpiece, a bower filled with ghosts, a place to wrestle down weeds, or a lovely excuse to spend time outdoors, readers will delight in the endless ways humans have carved out a spot for themselves from the natural world. Complete with full-colour historical and contemporary images, this attractive volume makes a great gift for readers of all kinds. Like a garden itself, The Armchair Book of Gardens blooms with heady offerings, providing flowery fantasies, patches of wildness, sensuous surprises, and satisfaction for the soul. jane billinghurst holds an ma in German and philosophy from Oxford University and is the author of numerous nonfiction books, including Temptress: From the Original Bad Girls to Women on Top. She is also an editor and has been the director of Simon Fraser University’s Summer Book Editing Workshop. A master gardener, she lives in Anacortes, Washington, where she

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can often be found tending her foxgloves and forget-me-nots.

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52 Best Day Trips from Vancouver jack christie

The quintessential West Coast guidebook from the region’s new edition

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here are the best views, the best biking, the best beaches, and the best family outings. The third edition of this trusted guidebook includes: • Two new trips: the Colony Farm Regional Park in Coquitlam, an

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excellent location for wildlife viewing, picnicking, hiking, and cycling; and the brand new Sea to Sky Trail, a 180-kilometre route for hikers, snowshoers, and mountain bikers that connects communities in the Sea to Sky Corridor • Nine updated maps and fifteen new photographs • Detailed directions and custom maps that help day trippers find their way and enjoy the sights en route • Driving distances, time to allow, and activities for each area • Over thirty wheelchair-accessible day-trip destinations that accommodate adventurers of all abilities jack christie (dubbed “Mr. B.C.” by the Toronto Sun) is one of the most

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explore, British Columbia Magazine, and National Geographic Traveler. In 2004, Christie received Tourism British Columbia’s Tourism Media Award. He lives in Vancouver.


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Lessons from a Street Kid craig kielburger

A young Craig Kielburger discovers the depths of generosity on the streets of Brazil After starting Free The Children when he was twelve years old, Craig Kielburger continued his crusade in Brazil. It was on the streets of Salvador, Brazil, that Craig learned the firsthand stories of street children. In this easyto-read, full-colour illustrated children’s book, the reader learns about the joys of these very children. I L L U S T R AT E D B Y MARISA ANTONELLO & VICTORIA LAIDLEY

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Free The Children has become the world’s leading youth-driven charity, inspiring an entire generation to stand up and have their voices heard. Today Free The Children has more than one million youth involved in its innovative education and development programs in forty-five countries. Kielburger is the author of Free the Children and the co-author of national bestsellers Take Action! A Guide to Active Citizenship and Take More Action! He is also the co-author of the New York Times bestseller Me to We: Finding Meaning in a Material World and The World Needs Your Kid: Rasing Children Who Care and Contribute.

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My Maasai Life A Child’s Adventure in Africa r o b i n w i s z o w at y

From the bestselling memoir, newly retold in an interactive children’s edition Living with the Maasai people, Robin Wiszowaty explores the land with her new family. It is all part of the adventure with the Maasai. My Maasai Life: A Child’s Adventure in Africa is a perfect introduction for children to

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All An CA s e y

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