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    Ted Grant Sixty Years of Legendary Photojournalism Thelma Fayle Canada, Maureen McTeer Canada, Joe Clark Canada
    9781927527344 Paperback BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Artists, Architects, Photographers Publication Date:October 22, 2013
    $29.95 CAD 8 x 10 x 0.56 in | 800 gr | 224 pages Carton Quantity:16 Canadian Rights: Y Heritage House Publishing Co. Ltd.
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      Ted Grant, the undisputed father of Canadian photojournalism, has made a career out of being in the right place at the right time. Over his sixty years in the business, he has immortalized some of the greatest events in history and caught some of the world’s most famous and elusive subjects in rare moments of unaffected humanity. From Pierre Trudeau sliding jubilantly down a banister to Ben Johnson in his brief moment of glory at the 1988 Olympics to Sue Rodriguez in her right-to-die campaign, Grant has amassed a collection of over 300,000 photographs—the largest by a single photojournalist in Canadian history.

      Based on over fifty interviews with the man himself (as well as with his family, friends and colleagues across Canada) and extensive research of the Ted Grant Special Collections in Ottawa, this book is both an iconic and an intimate portrait of the second half of the twentieth century, Canada’s coming of age, and the man who saw it all through the lens of his camera.

      Bio

      Thelma Fayle is a freelance writer with a BFA in non-fiction writing from the University of Victoria. She has been published widely in the Globe and Mail, Reader's Digest, CBC.ca, The Tyee, the Times Colonist, Boulevard, Focus, Senior Living, the IPAC Journal and the Highlander. She is a member of the Professional Writers Association of Canada (PWAC) and the Writer’s Union of Canada (TWUC). She lives in Victoria.





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        One of Canada’s most prolific photojournalists credited with iconic images of politicians, celebrities, athletes and world events.

        Covers Ted Grant’s 60 year career that generated over 300 000 photographs held in the National Archives in Ottawa.

        Appeals to people interested in photojournalism, Canada in the 20th Century, world events and the history of medicine.

         Digital sampler including 20 images by request.

        Wide distribution of digital ARCs to national magazines including MacLean’s, Canada’s History, PhotoLife, Canadian Camera, Focus Magazine, as well as several photo-specific bloggers and freelance writers.

        Online marketing via Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads, etc...
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      "An excellent book about one of Canada’s most esteemed photojournalists. It's one I’d put on the required reading list if I were to teach a photography seminar." —Photo Life

      , Canada's Leading Photography Magazine

      "Fayle does in words what Grant does in image: notices, captures and shares individual, resonant moments." —Amy Reiswig, Focus Magazine


      "This biography goes deep into the life of the renowned Canadian photojournalist who shot nine Olympic Games, the Vietnam War, and countelss iconic Canaidan and international moments. . .The biography speaks to Grant's bold spirit and colourful character, which is reflected in his work." —BC Books for BC Schools, 2014-15

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    Quarantined Life and Death at William Head Station, 1872-1959 Peter Johnson Canada
    9781927527313 Paperback SOCIAL SCIENCE / Disease & Health Issues Publication Date:November 26, 2013
    $22.95 CAD 6 x 9 x 0.88 in | 460 gr | 312 pages Carton Quantity:16 Heritage House Publishing Co. Ltd.
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      Winner (third place), 2014 BC Historical Federation Lieutenant-Governor's Medal for Historical Writing

      Vancouver Island in the late nineteenth century was a major port of entry for people from all walks of life. But for many, the sense of hope that had sustained them through rough sea voyages came to an abrupt halt as soon as they reached land. Quarantined is the heart-wrenching true story of the thousands of forgotten people who arrived on our shores only to be felled by disease, in an era when medical care was unsophisticated at best and attitudes toward the poor and the sick were often narrow minded. It is about the struggle to establish a federally funded quarantine station, which, when it was finally established, became as significant and as longstanding as Grosse Ile in Quebec, Lawlor’s Island in Halifax, and Ellis Island in New York.

      At its core Quarantined is a cautionary tale about the exploitation of the sick and the results of government neglect and lack of commitment to pressing national health-care issues affecting the poor and disenfranchised. It is a story that has as much relevance today as it did more than a hundred years ago.

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      Born in Cheshire, England Peter Johnson immigrated to Canada with his family in his early teen years. Educated in Canada, he has taught history, English, and creative writing for over thirty years in a variety of locations, from Canada’s west coast to the prairies to across the Atlantic Ocean to Dublin and London. An avid long-distance touring cyclist, Peter has bicycled through England, the Maritimes, Quebec, and Vancouver Island. As a summer instructor, secondary-school teacher, and creative writing workshop facilitator, Peter’s love of education and his nomadic spirit inform his belief that teaching is about taking students to places they don’t yet know they want to go.

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        An untold story of early attempts to contain disease in the latter part of the 19th Century.
         
        Appeals to people interested in Canadian history, immigration, disease control and settlement.

        Wide distribution of digital ARCs to national magazines including MacLean’s, Canada’s History, the Canadian Historical Review, as well as several history-specific bloggers and freelance writers.

        Advertising in ULS and BC Bookworld.

        Online marketing via Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads, etc.
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      "Quarantined is rich in detail about the station, and includes the context that makes it relevant today, when its history is hidden behind prison walls." —Times Colonist


      "Sometimes grim, sometimes funny, and sometimes critical of the officials who shirked their duties, Johnson’s account brings a fascinating piece of history to vivid life." —Nelle Oosterom, Canada's History


      "This engaging book provides both a history of the William Head Quarantine Station near Victoria, BC and an exploration of the practice of quarantine." —BC Books for BC Schools, 2014-15


      “This is a detailed, well-researched history that does not require the reader to have any prior knowledge of quarantine stations and their development. Quarantined will appeal to a popular audience as well as historians and maritime scholars.” —Amanda Lanum, The Northern Mariner/Le marin du nord

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    The Laird of Fort William William McGillivray and the North West Company Irene Ternier Gordon Canada
    9781927051726 Paperback HISTORY / Canada Publication Date:October 14, 2013
    $19.95 CAD 6 x 9 x 0.62 in | 340 gr | 208 pages Carton Quantity:24 Heritage House Publishing Co. Ltd.
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      High finance, wilderness adventures, violence, and questionable legal tactics all played important roles in the history of the North West Company. William McGillivray, head of the company from 1804 until 1821, was arguably the most powerful businessman in Canada in the early 19th century.

      William McGillivray emigrated from the Scottish Highlands to work for his uncle Simon McTavish when he was 20 years old and became head of the NWC in 1804 upon McTavish’s death. The period from 1805 to 1814 was a time of quick expansion and great prosperity for the company; however, its decline was even more rapid. It could be argued that the NWC did not merge with the Hudson’s Bay Company in 1821 but rather was swallowed up by it. By the time William died in 1825, the McGillivray family had been forced into bankruptcy.

      Set against the background of the history and legacy of the NWC, this engaging biography tells McGillivray’s complete story, from his early years in Scotland, immigration to Canada, and fur-trading successes to his eventual downfall.

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      Irene Ternier Gordon lives along the Assiniboine River in Headingley, Manitoba. She has had a passion for history and writing since childhood. After a career as a teacher-librarian, she became a freelance writer in 1998. She shares Grey Owl’s love of canoeing in the wilderness and also enjoys skiing, sailing, hiking, swimming and travelling. Above all, she enjoys spending time with her two young grandsons, Jesse and Riley.

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        First biography of one of one of the wealthiest and most powerful businessmen in British North America in the early days of the 19th Century. 

        Appeals to people interested in Canadian history, the fur trade, the Hudson’s Bay Company and early development of North America.
        Fort William is a busy tourist destination in the Thunder Bay area.

        Wide distribution of digital ARCs to national magazines including MacLean’s, Canada’s History, the Canadian Historical Review, as well as several history-specific bloggers and freelance writers.

        Advertising in ULS, BC Bookworld and the Winnipeg Free Press.
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      “Irene Gordon, a true daughter of the Saskatchewan prairies, provides an informative outine of the western operations of the North West Company as historical background to this long overdue biography of William McGillivray. A casual reader or interested scholar will not find a better description of the demands of the trade upon McGillivray and his brothers, Duncan and Simon.” —Robert Roxcurran and John Jackson, BC Studies

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    Drugstore Cowgirl Adventures in the Cariboo-Chilcotin Patricia Joy MacKay Canada
    9781927527375 Paperback BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Personal Memoirs Publication Date:September 24, 2013
    $19.95 CAD 5.5 x 8.5 x 0.75 in | 320 gr | 240 pages Carton Quantity:40 Heritage House Publishing Co. Ltd.
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      In 1964, Patricia MacKay immigrated to Canada from England in search of the wild-open lands and cowboy culture that captivated her as a child. In the 1960s, the Wild West was still alive and kicking in the Cariboo-Chilcotin, although it had been tamed—a little. Old-time hospitality and helping anyone in need was the acknowledged way of life.

      Pat learned the Cariboo-Chilcotin way of life first hand by spending her summers working on guest ranches and finding other jobs to keep her occupied during the winter. From learning how to cook on the job to kitchen disasters and successes, roundups, branding, square dances and falling in love, she slowly gained acceptance into the tight-knit communities of BC’s Interior.

      Ranching meant long hours, hard work, and a lifestyle all its own. Entertainment was homemade. There were rodeos, dances, and music around campfires in the summer and ice hockey, tobogganing, and parties in the winter. Sadly, that way of life is gradually disappearing, but this book relives the way things were between 1964 and 1976; it tells of a unique brand of people from a variety of backgrounds who made this part of the west their home.

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      Patricia Joy MacKay was born in England and immigrated to Canada in April 1964. Despite having no experience in the culinary arts when she arrived, she worked as a cook on guest ranches in the Cariboo for four summers, where she discovered that working cowboys and open spaces really did still exist. Pat lived and worked in the Cariboo-Chilcotin until 1989, when she moved to the Sunshine Coast and began operating a small farm with her partner. In April of 2012, she moved back home to Williams Lake.

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        A humorous memoir of a British woman’s quest to realize her childhood fantasy of living in the wilds of Canada.

        Appeals to readers interested in BC history, rodeo stories, rural adventure and a female’s perspective of living in the backcountry.

        Wide distribution of digital ARCs to national and regional magazines including MacLean’s, Canada’s History, as well as several history-specific bloggers and freelance writers.

        Advertising in ULS and BC Bookworld.

        Online marketing via Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads, etc.
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    The Legend of the Buffalo Stone Dawn Sprung Canada, Charles Bullshields Canada
    9781927527412 Hardcover JUVENILE FICTION / Legends, Myths, Fables Age (years) from 8 - 11 Publication Date:October 21, 2013
    $19.95 CAD 8 x 10 x 0.25 in | 320 gr | 32 pages Carton Quantity:40 Heritage House Publishing Co. Ltd.
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      The Legend of the Buffalo Stone is based on the history of the Blackfoot people—specifically their dependence on the buffalo and how they hunted the great animals on foot before horses were brought to North America—and is retold with the permission and under the advisement of a First Nations scholar and member of the Blackfoot nation.

      The story centres on Hanata, a young Blackfoot girl who understands the importance of the buffalo for her peoples’ survival. She not only helps to hunt the great animals, but also prepares the meat and skins and makes toys for the younger children using bison bones. She knows that without the buffalo, her people would lose their main source of food and shelter. Then, a long winter descends on the land and the buffalo disappear. Hungry and desperate, Hanata goes on a quest in search of an iniskim, a stone shaped like a sleeping buffalo and possessed of powers that will make the buffalo return. After a long and dangerous journey with only basic supplies and courage in her heart, Hanata finds the stone and comes back to her village. She uses the iniskim to the call the buffalo and, sure enough, the animals return. Hanata and her people are saved.

      This story is ideally suited to children aged eight to eleven, and it can be incorporated into Alberta's social studies curriculum for Grade 4 and 5.

      A detailed Teachers' Guide can be downloaded from the link in our Reader Resources (see left side of page).

      Also available in paperback.

      Bio

      Dawn Sprung has a lifelong passion for storytelling and the outdoors. She lives on a ranch in southern Alberta, where the land and wildlife at her doorstep constantly inspire her. She is the author of The Legend of the Buffalo Stone (with illustrator Charles Bullshields) and (under her former surname, Welykochy) C Is for Chinook (with illustrator Lorna Bennett).



      Charles Bullshields is an artist from the Kainai Nation who lives in Standoff, Alberta. Charles uses his artwork to reflect and keep in touch with his Indigenous heritage and traditions.

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        Digital sampler available with complete text and selection of illustrations.

        Digital ARCs sent to childrens literature bloggers as well as Alberta Views, Canadian Teachers Magazine, Prairie Books Now, Quill and Quire and area newspapers.

        Classroom tested at the grade four and five level.

        Teachers guide available.

        Ongoing school and library events throughout Saskatchewan and Alberta. 

        Advertising in BC Bookworld, Prairie Books Now, Canadian Teachers Magazine and ULS.

        Online marketing via Facebook, Twitter and GoodReads.
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      "This lovely story celebrates the culture and traditions of the Blackfoot Nation, and the plants and animals of their traditional territory. Beautifully illustrated—a delightful book for readers from age 4." >—FernFolio


      "The Legend of the Buffalo Stone depicts the interconnectedness that many Aboriginal tribes have with animals. Hanata, the heroine of this tale, is also a good example of a strong female protagonist. Recommended for ages 8-11; grades 4-6." —#WeHaveDiverseBooks Catalogue, Association of Canadian Publishers

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    9781927527009 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Legends, Myths, Fables Age (years) from 5 - 8 Publication Date:October 15, 2013
    $12.95 CAD 10.25 x 8.25 x 0.13 in | 140 gr | 32 pages Carton Quantity:100 Heritage House Publishing Co. Ltd.
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      In her third book inspired by First Nations’ stories, children’s author and illustrator Caroll Simpson explains the significance of community values. She introduces readers to a world of creatures like Sea Lion, Killer Whale, Dogfish and Kingfisher. Her dramatic tale of young twins and their transformation shows how working together keeps a community healthy.

      When new twins are born in a mythical Pacific Coast village, everyone celebrates because the birth of twins is a rare occasion; twins are the children of the salmon. But when the twins grow selfish and greedy, Thunderbird transforms them into a Two-Headed Sea Serpent. Can the Serpent’s heads learn to work together? The question becomes more important when the salmon don’t run up the river and the villagers start to go hungry. The Serpent’s heads have to co-operate with each other to solve the mystery and restore the salmon run.

      Written for children aged 3 to 10, this charming story is illustrated with Simpson’s distinctive colour paintings that celebrate First Nations culture. A glossary of mythical creatures and sea life provides informative teaching points and invites further exploration of West Coast cultures.

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      Caroll Simpson is the author and illustrator of Coastal Spirit Tales—a series of children's books that take inspiration from the art, mythology, and environment of the Pacific Northwest—and two board books for younger children, Creatures of the Land and Sky and Creatures of the Sea. She is also an educator who taught Indigenous art and drama to elementary school children for over twenty years.

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        A engaging and colourful introduction to the mythology of Canada’s West Coast.

        Fully illustrated and includes a glossary of terms and symbols.

        Used extensively in classrooms for a wide-range of ages.

        Advertising in BC Bookworld, ULS and Canadian Teachers Magazine.

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      "I don’t fancy myself an art connoisseur; therefore, I was happy to see a list of resources for those interested in learning more about First Nations art, history, and mythology. There is so much potential for further study, add-on activities, and discussion for homeschoolers or for elementary school classrooms. I highly recommend this gorgeous book for children ages 3 to 8 years old." —Mother Daugher Book Reviews


      "Salmon Twinsis an original tale steeped in Pacific First Nations tradition and inspired by well-known First Nations art sources such as Hilary Stewart, Bill Reid, Franz Boas, Cheryl Shearar, and Pat Kramer. Simpson’s illustrations are rich in depth and colour and show a definite respect for and understanding of First Nations culture, art, and people." —April Hilland, The Deakin Review of Children's Literature


      “I want to say that if anyone has any hesitation in booking Caroll for their school or library they need to hesitate no longer! Caroll's presentation, with beautiful photos of her cabin, the wilderness surrounding it and the local wildlife enthralled everyone. Her personal stories about visiting the aboriginal people to gather material for her books was fascinating and humorous. When her books were read and her beautiful paintings filled the screen, the children and adults in the audience were in awe, and they hung on to every word. In summary, Caroll is a terrific writer, a wonderful artist and a very entertaining speaker, one which which any school or library, would greatly enjoy having as a visiting author.” —Laurie Shaw, Acting Librarian, Kenora Catholic District School Board

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    Winter Wise Travel and Survival in Ice and Snow Monty Alford Canada
    9781927527405 Paperback TRAVEL / Canada Publication Date:December 06, 2013
    $16.95 CAD 5.5 x 8.5 x 0.5 in | 220 gr | 168 pages Carton Quantity:64 Canadian Rights: Y Heritage House Publishing Co. Ltd.
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      A man who has spent his professional life measuring the flow of northern rivers, climbed Alaska’s Mount McKinley, was a member of both Yale University and Maine University’s scientific expeditions to the Antarctic, guided a film crew documenting the late Robert Kennedy’s ascent of Mount Kennedy, and crossed the St. Elias mountain range is certainly no stranger to the cold! In Winter Wise, Monty Alford shares a lifetime of experience, technique, and personal knowledge of surviving and travelling on ice and snow.

      In addition to describing the scientific characteristics of winter weather and how to prepare for it with proper clothing, food, and conditioning, Winter Wise provides step-by-step instructions on building every conceivable winter survival instrument, from sleds to shelters to his own personal invention, the YuCan stove. This book is an essential resource for all northern travellers.

      Bio

      Monty Alford (1924–2014) was hydrographer with the Canadian government who spent thirty-five years measuring and studying northern lakes and rivers. He was an experienced instructor of winter survival techniques and a mountain guide who made several ascents of northern peaks in Yukon, Alaska, and beyond. He is the author of five books and numerous articles in outdoor, northern, and geographical magazines.

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        Will appeal to people interested in mountaineering, outdoor adventure, winter sports, survival tactics and backcountry reference.

        Contains practical advice based on firsthand experience.

        Review copy distribution to Outside Magazine, The Alpine Club Gazette, Canadian Geographic as well as newspapers and backcountry adventure writers and bloggers.Advertising in ULS, BC Bookworld and the Winnipeg Free Press.
        Online marketing via Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads, etc.
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    9781927527504 Paperback SPORTS & RECREATION / Fishing Publication Date:May 15, 2013
    $12.95 CAD 5.5 x 8.5 x 0.38 in | 180 gr | 128 pages Carton Quantity:96 Heritage House Publishing Co. Ltd.
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      In a region where the salmon has always won top billing, anglers have often ignored the bottomfish. Yet its ready availability off the Pacific coast—and its merit as a fabulous table fish—suggests that now is the time to correct his oversight. Whether you’re casting for sole or flounder, halibut or lingcod, rock cod or perch, dangling a line using Charlie White’s guidance almost ensures a successful catch for kids, novices, and experts alike. Learn about the behaviour of different species, the best ways to catch them, and the ins and outs of equipment, natural baits, and artificial lures. This new edition of a classic fishing manual contains an up-to-date list of websites where you can find the latest regulations and catch limits for BC, Alaska, Washington, Oregon, and California.

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      Charlie White was an internationally known author, filmmaker, television personality, and fish-behaviour researcher. His books on salmon and marine life have sold more than 500,000 copies, putting him among the top authors on fishing. Charlie also developed a series of Undersea Gardens marine exhibits in the United States and Canada. In 1973, he began experimenting with a remote-controlled underwater television camera to study salmon strike behaviour. His underwater close-ups, in freeze frame and slow motion, revealed for the first time many fascinating new facts about how salmon and other species approach and strike various lures. Charlie White died in 2010.

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        A newly-designed edition of a bestselling guide. 

        Advertising in BC Bookworld and ULS.

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    How to Catch Crabs Charlie White Canada
    9781927527474 Paperback SPORTS & RECREATION / Fishing Publication Date:May 15, 2013
    $9.95 CAD 5.5 x 8.5 x 0.19 in | 100 gr | 64 pages Carton Quantity:176 Heritage House Publishing Co. Ltd.
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      There is nothing quite like a harvest of freshly caught crabs to set the tone for a perfect shoreline feast. Charlie White shows how beginners and veteran crabbers alike can benefit from his decades of experience—from finding and capturing crabs to storing, cleaning, and cooking your catch. Whether you use crab traps or the traditional shoreline, low-tide hunt to bag your quota, this book will aid your cause. This new edition of the classic crabber’s manual contains an up-to-date list of websites where you can find the latest regulations and catch limits for BC, Alaska, Washington, Oregon, and California.

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      Charlie White was an internationally known author, filmmaker, television personality, and fish-behaviour researcher. His books on salmon and marine life have sold more than 500,000 copies, putting him among the top authors on fishing. Charlie also developed a series of Undersea Gardens marine exhibits in the United States and Canada. In 1973, he began experimenting with a remote-controlled underwater television camera to study salmon strike behaviour. His underwater close-ups, in freeze frame and slow motion, revealed for the first time many fascinating new facts about how salmon and other species approach and strike various lures. Charlie White died in 2010.

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        A newly-designed edition of a bestselling guide. 

        Advertising in BC Bookworld and ULS.

        Online marketing via Twitter and Facebook.
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    James Macleod The Red Coats' First True Leader Elle Andra-Warner Canada
    9781927051757 Paperback BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Historical On Sale Date:April 16, 2019
    $9.95 CAD 5.5 x 8.5 x 0.25 in | 1 gr | 160 pages Carton Quantity:64 Heritage House
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      A vivid account of the life and times of the larger-than-life Canadian hero who played a major role in the peaceful development of western Canada.

      A descendant of warriors, chiefs, and military men of the Clan MacLeod, James A.F. Macleod led an adventurous life that took him from his birthplace on Scotland's Isle of Skye to the Canadian west. After immigrating to Ontario, Macleod became a lawyer and militia officer before joining the effort to quell the 1870 Red River Resistance. In 1874, he was appointed assistant commissioner of the newly formed North West Mounted Police and led his troops west to smash the whisky trade and bring law and order to the vast North-West Territories.

      Macleod smoked the peace pipe with prominent chiefs like Crowfoot and Red Crow, earning their trust as a man who kept his promises. As a policeman and judge, Macleod showed a strong sense of justice, sympathizing with the plight of Indigenous Peoples and challenging the government when it failed to fulfil treaty obligations.

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      Elle Andra-Warner is a bestselling author, journalist, and photographer. Her award-winning articles appear regularly in major publications, and her newspaper columns have been in print since 1994. She has given journalism workshops throughout Canada, is an online guest lecturer in journalism for the University of California, Los Angeles, and is the co-editor of the Thunder Bay Historical Museum Society’s annual journal. Estonian by heritage, Elle was born in a post–Second World War United Nations displaced persons camp for Estonians in Eckernforde, West Germany.

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        EXPANDED MARKETING & PROMO: 
        - Regional and subject specific print features, excerpts and review coverage. Targeted media include: BC BookWorld, Ormsby Review, Canada's History
        - Publicity and promotion in conjunction with author's speaking engagements
        - Blogger outreach, online ads and social media campaigns
        - Outreach to travel and tourism organizations

        MARKETING & PROMO DELIVERABLES:
        - Press release
        - Electronic ARC

        BISAC CODES:
        - BIO006000 BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Historical
        - HIS006020 HISTORY / Canada / Post-Confederation (1867-)
        - HIS006000 HISTORY / Canada / General

        BISAC REGIONAL THEMES:
        - 4.0.0.0.0.0.0 North America
        - 4.0.2.0.0.0.0 Canada
        - 4.0.2.0.3.0.0 Manitoba

        BISAC MERCHANDISING THEMES:
        - ET034 CULTURAL HERITAGE / Canadian
        - ET150 CULTURAL HERITAGE / Native American
        - EV084 EVENT / Spring
        - EV086 EVENT / Summer
        - HL060 HOLIDAY / Father's Day

        THEMA SUBJECT CODES:
        - 1KBC-CA-C
        - DNBH
        - NHK
        - NHTB

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