First Rite | This is the poignantly told, beautifully illustrated story of a time-honored Maine tradition: cutting the family Christmas tree in the woods.
A Century Apart | An armchair tour of both past and present with historic images, artfully done modern views, and interesting brief histories of each location.
Lighthouse Designs for Quilters | Twelve Maine lighthouses inspired the quilt block designs in this collection, and Pat Aho includes interesting short histories of the lights along with her always lucid, simple directions and diagrams for making the blocks.
Something's Fishy | An invitation to anglers and environmentalists to work together towards protecting both angling fish and the environments they inhabit.
Favorite Mittens | Robin Hansen can justifiably claim to be the person who started the groundswell of interest in "roots" knitting patterns for mittens. When her little pattern book with the folksy cover and the catchy title was published by Down East a generation ago, it was an instant success.
Pea Soup Fog | A small village on the rocky coast of Maine one day finds itself shrouded in thick fog.
Summer & Fall Wildflowers of New England | Marilyn Dwelley’s Summer and Fall Wildflowers of New England is a unique and indispensable guide. Each listing includes a thorough text description of flower and leaves, as well as details about range, growth habits, and habitat.
Holding Ground | Sam Lucy has been hunting upland birds and waterfowl for 30 years and now characterizes his avocation this way: "It’s a lot more about friendships shared and the dogs.
Rivers of Memory | Maine’s middle coast is a territory of rivers. We cross their channels so effortlessly today that it is easy to overlook how these watercourses with the evocative names -- Sheepscot, Kennebec, Damaristotta, St. George -- have defined hundreds, even thousands, of years of human presence here.
Pirates of the North Atlantic | Discover some of the most notorious, depraved and fascinating pirates to ever visit the North Atlantic during the 17th-, 18th- and 19th-centuries!