Little Tom Turkey | Tom is the youngest -- and the smallest -- in a family of ten wild turkey chicks, but he has big ambitions. While his mother keeps her brood busy with lessons on how to find food and avoid danger, Tom never stops thinking about what he really wants to do -- to fluff his feathers and fan out his tail
At Home in Maine | Glass describes each house as only a skilled designer can, exploring its history, its strengths, and even its weaknesses.
A Seat on the Shore | A book full of beautiful images, each one with a comfortable chair or two, just waiting for the reader to "set a spell" and take in the beauty of Maine’s extraordinary coast.
Upcountry | Robert Kimber’s upcountry is where early settlers carved farms out of scrabble-soiled country that never wanted to be farmed and where the forest has been reclaiming its own ever since. It’s where the coastal plain and wide river valleys give way to rushing headwater streams and the foothills.
Windjammers, Lighthouses & Other Treasures of the Maine Coast | The coast of Maine, with its evocative light and beauty, has been inspiring artists for hundreds of years. There is a special wholeheartedness about this land, its places, and its people. These qualities are at times hard to define yet quickly understood once you have experienced them.
Gardens Adirondack Style | Garden photographer Janet Loughrey has covered the vast Adirondack region to document how people have overcome the area’s challenging mountain climate to create beautiful gardens for the past 150 years. Her profiles of contemporary gardeners and landscapers and their creations are supplimented
Does a Lobsterman Wear Pants? | While researching background on lives of Maine island lobster fishermen’s families for her recent novel, national best-selling novelist Barbara Delinsky was captivated by all the interesting, amusing, and surprising information she turned up concerning Maine’s most famous crustacean.
The Live Bale of Hay: A Real Maine Adventure | What do you do if you’re a young girl out at night chasing fireflies on your family farm when one of the hay bales in the field starts moving toward you? You run breathless into the house and try to convince your parents that there’s a black bear in the yard!
A Hunter's Book of Days | This tightly structured personal narrative is set in the grouse and woodcock covers surrounding Fergus's longtime home in Pennsylvania however this book is far more than a chronicle of sporting memories.
Contemporary Maine Fiction | Discover the quality and diversity of today's fiction writing in Maine with 14 short stories, some published for first time here.