Maine Marmalade | At one time or another, most of us have made -- or wanted to make -- jam from berries and other fruit that we’ve gathered with our own hands. But what happens if the urge strikes "out of season," when the pickings are slim?
The Maine Sporting Camp Cookbook | Alice Arlen collects classic and favorite recipes from the proprietors of 47 of Maine's most popular traditional backwoods retreats.
Lobster Tales | Author Biography DAVID HURLEY was born in Fontainbleau, France, and one of his first words was homard, the French word for lobster. Raised in the suburbs of New Jersey, he escaped in 1980 to settle in mid-coast Maine. He has a studio in Belfast where he takes frequent naps and creates his artwork.
Weeds of the Woods | This handy and timely guide to wild trees and shrubs of eastern North America will help you identify individual species by leaf, bark, flower, and fruit.
Captain Annabel | Annabel’s dad has an unusual planter in his yard, which is actually an old sailboat that he hopes to fix up. One day, Annabel climbs in, pulls out all the weeds, and yells, “Boat!” From that point on, Annabel’s future is set.(5+)
Evangeline | Longfellow’s epic poem of love lost follows the heartbreaking story of Evangeline and Gabriel as they are separated from one another after the British expulsion of French settlers from Nova Scotia in 1755.
The Acadians of Nova Scotia | The first work devoted exclusively to the Acadians of Nova Scotia, this book presents a thorough study of Acadian history from the earliest days of French settlement to present-day Acadian communities.
The Sugar Bush Connection | Maple cookery at its finest, with folklore and facts of this wonderful festival of spring.
Sea Kayaking in Nova Scotia | An indispensable guide to 42 of the best coastal paddling routes in Nova Scotia, complete with departure points, trip lengths, charts, maps, safety considerations and detailed points of interest for each route.
Mi'kmaq | The history of the Mi’kmaq through the examination of settlement patterns, burial ceremonialism, artifacts and petroglyphs.