Front Page Teaser | Reporter Liz Higgins suddenly has the chance to prove her journalist creds when an acquaintance of hers disappears, leaving only a few bloody clues behind.
Cooking Down East | Originally published in the 1960s, Cooking Down East is undoubtedly the best-selling Maine cookbook ever. A compelling collection of recipes for the home cook.
Blizzard Wizard | In this fun story, the Blizzard Wizard tries time and again to create the perfect snowstorm to make children happy. After several failed but funny attempts, he finally finds and casts his missing snow spell—at a most unusual time and place!
The Art of Dahlov Ipcar | This book represents the first retrospective publication of her work, created over a span of 70 years.
A Life in Balance | This book is full of Meg’s recipes, menu plans, and tons of information to help inspire readers to eat better, and live better.
Sharks of New England | Accurately illustrated, meticulously researched, this book is a handy field guide to the sharks inhabiting New England waters.
Red's Eats | A huge international fan base of loyal patrons happily wait an hour or more for succulent lobster rolls. Enjoy the history behind one of Maine’s most popular visitor attractions for more than 70 years. Includes recipes!
Fairy Houses | This book showcases outstanding examples of fairy houses made exclusively from natural materials and delves into the history and folklore associated with garden and woodland fairies.
Nancy Griffin | This little book is a wide-ranging, lighthearted look at whoopie pies and the folks who love them.
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Loretta Krupinski | Nationally recognized maritime artist showcases fascinating details of Maine's working waterfronts in their heyday. Historic photographs and informative text round out this rich and varied portrayal of a past way of life.