The Wicked Good Book | Intergalactic travelers had their Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. Evolutionists had Darwin’s The Origin of Species. And now Mainers can have their very own manual for the good life in Maine.
The Gun Book for Boys (coming September 2012) | Coming soon!
This book is aimed at young readers interested in guns and shooting but who have no firearms mentors and don’t know where to begin. Thoroughly illustrated with drawings and photos, it defines firearms terms, provides hands-on advice about using and maintaining guns, and explains aspects of shooting ranging from historic target matches to military sniping.
Maine Home Cooking | Residing on Maine’s Islesboro Island, Sandra Oliver is a revered food historian with a vast
knowledge of New England food history, subsistence living, and Yankee cooking. For the past five
years she has publisher her weekly recipe column “Tastebuds” in the Bangor Daily News. The column
has featured hundreds of—from classic tried-and-true dishes to innovative uses for traditional
ingredients. Collecting 175 recipes from her column and elsewhere, and
emphasizing fresh, local ingredients, as well as the common ingredients found in most kitchens,
this volume represents a new standard in home cooking.
Iconic (coming August 2012) | Coming soon!
The photographs in Iconic represent more than 30 years of work and the theme of
iconography runs throughout the book, as each structure presented is iconic either for its unique
contribution to the field of architecture or for its cultural significance. The photographs are
paired with short captions explaining both the architectural importance and the image’s personal
meaning to Vanden Brink. He is passionately interested in American history and Americana and,
while several photographs were made in France, England, and Canada, the main thrust of the
book is America.
Six Mi'kmaq Stories, 2nd Edition |
Six brilliantly retold stories of the Mi'kmaq people.
Inventing Montana | Full of wit,surprise,shrewd observations,and uncanny wisdom,this book tells a story about creating a place of temporary liberty and inhabiting a world fashioned of your best imaginings,where you might,for a time,live the potencies of a place that you have shaped and that has shaped you.
Flyways | A book about the connections between waterfowl and the habitats that sustain them as they travel across North America.
Brad Richards A Hockey Story | Author Paul Hollingsworth interviewed an assortment of prominent hockey commentors to helkp assess Richard's rise from junior hockey star to Stanley Cup champion,including Gord Miller and Bob McKenzie of TSN.Canada's sports network.
Witch of Beaver Creek Mine,The-HC | An action-filled novel for middle readers that is both hair-raising and heart-warming.
Moose Eggs | An imaginative just-so story that explains why moose look like they do