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    On the Rocks with Jack Knox Islanders I Will Never Forget Jack Knox Canada
    9781772032666 Paperback SOCIAL SCIENCE / General On Sale Date:October 15, 2018
    $19.95 CAD 5.5 x 8.5 x 0.1 in | 1 gr | 224 pages Carton Quantity:48 Heritage House
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      A captivating collection of Jack Knox’s most memorable, heart-warming, inspiring, and off-beat human-interest stories.

      Praise for Jack Knox:
      “Canada needs more Knox!”—Will Ferguson
      “Knox is the most underrated writer in Canada.”—Les Leyne
      “There are a few key secrets to a happy life in Victoria—avoiding downtown when the cruise ships are in, knowing exactly how late you can get to the ferry terminal, and reading Jack Knox.”—Mark Leiren-Young

      From bestselling author and beloved columnist Jack Knox comes a new collection of unforgettable true stories about the people who shape the unique culture of Vancouver Island and its surrounding areas. Full of humanity, heart, and sometimes humour, On the Rocks with Jack Knox celebrates ordinary people who have extraordinary stories to tell. From Alban Michael, the last person on Earth to speak Nuchatlaht, to Diana Deans, the Port Angeles customs inspector who caught the Millennium Bomber, to Victoria’s Rudi Hoenson, who survived a Japanese labour camp and the atomic bomb at Nagasaki to become one of the happiest souls you’ll ever meet, the people in this fascinating volume represent all walks of life. Elders, heroes, criminals, and oddballs are all worthy subjects in the world of Jack Knox.

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      Jack Knox is the author of two bestselling humour books, Hard Knox: Musings from the Edge of Canada and Opportunity Knox: Twenty Years of Award-Losing Humour Writing, both based on his popular column at the Victoria Times Colonist and both long-listed finalists for the Leacock Medal for Humour. His latest book is On the Rocks with Jack Knox: Islanders I Will Never Forget. Knox’s career highlights include being blasted with blowhole spray by Luna the orca whale, interviewing a nude porn star, and getting a phone call from Barack Obama four days before the 2008 presidential election. In his spare time he performs in a rock ’n' roll band with members of his Tour de Rock cycling team.

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      On the Rocks with Jack Knox is a remarkable gift to the people of Vancouver Island. It’s a generous, heart-expanding glimpse into a huge range of quietly extraordinary lives. It reminded me of our shared humanity at a time when I really needed that.


      A keen observer of humanity.

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    The Codfish Dream Chronicles of a West Coast Fishing Guide David Giblin Canada
    9781772032420 Paperback HUMOR / Topic On Sale Date:September 04, 2018
    $19.95 CAD 5.5 x 8.5 x 0.1 in | 1 gr | 224 pages Carton Quantity:48 Canadian Rights: Y Heritage House
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      "You'll meet eccentric shore workers, wealthy guests who arrive by yacht and floatplane, as well as essential guides Big Jake, Lucky Petersen, Vop and Wet Lenny. . . . A deadpan narrative keeps the absurdity coming as earnest RCMP, FBI and Fisheries officers encounter the salmon-obsessed denizens of the island resort. This book is a keeper." —Western Mariner

      A colourful portrait of life in a fishing village on the BC coast.

      After spending fifteen years as a fishing guide on the BC coast, David Giblin decided that the offbeat people and places he’d encountered during that colourful period in his life had to be preserved. Like any good fishing story, wherein the fish seem to grow faster after they are dead, the forty-seven interconnected narratives in what eventually became The Codfish Dream took on a life of their own. The result is a series of hilarious, strange, keenly observed, true (or mostly true) stories of Giblin’s experiences. These whimisical tales are held together by a thread of international intrigue that affects everyone in the small community of Stuart Island over one eventful summer, when FBI agents visit the island to investigate insider trading. The Codfish Dream is an unforgettable book imbued with an undeniable sense of place and time.

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      David Giblin worked for fifteen years as a salmon fishing guide at Stuart Island, roughly forty miles east of Campbell River—a fertile environment for the incubation of great fishing stories. As an unpublished manuscript, The Codfish Dream was a finalist in the Cedric Literary Awards in the creative non-fiction category. Also a visual artist, Giblin lives in Cobble Hill, BC.

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      As skillful a writer as he was a sport-fishing guide, David Giblin deftly hooks, reels, and lands us in the watery world of Canada’s wild west coast of the 1980s. Each cleverly crafted story offers a porthole view into a rollicking season of unforgettable characters, capturing a time and place changed forever. With insights and humour as finely honed as a dressing knife, we walk a mile in his gumboots in the hunt for the mighty tyee salmon.


      You’ll meet eccentric shore workers, wealthy guests who arrive by yacht and floatplane, as well as essential guides Big Jake, Lucky Petersen, Vop and Wet Lenny . . . A deadpan narrative keeps the absurdity coming as earnest RCMP, FBI and Fisheries officers encounter the salmon-obsessed denizens of the island resort. This book is a keeper.


      David Giblin is a marvellous storyteller, and The Codfish Dream is a wonderful book: witty, whimsical, well-written, and a terrific read from cover to cover. Pour yourself a beverage of your choice (the author is partial to wine) and settle in. You’ll smile, chuckle, and laugh out loud on almost every page.

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    Out of the Woods Woodworkers along the Salish Sea Pirjo Raits Canada, Dale Roth Canada, Michele Ramberg Canada
    9781772032604 Paperback ART / Canadian On Sale Date:October 03, 2018
    $34.95 CAD 11 x 8.5 x 0.1 in | 1 gr | 224 pages Carton Quantity:16 Heritage House
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      A breathtaking art book profiling twenty-six wood carvers, sculptors, and artisans who draw inspiration from the natural beauty of the Salish Sea.

      It could be a pile of driftwood on a rock-strewn beach resembling the bleached bones of some ancient creature. It could be the old growth of the lush coastal rain forests, or the winds that blow across the water like a life-affirming force. The Salish Sea inspires artists working in many mediums, but there is no greater representation of the symbiotic relationship between natural environment and creative energy than woodworking.

      Out of the Woods profiles twenty-six dynamic artists who use wood to create an amazing range of work. Among them is Pheobe Dunbar, a carver who searches for hidden treasures among logging waste to create one-of-a-kind bowls and vessels. Charles Elliott, a member of the T’sartlip First Nation, is a world-renowned carver and tireless advocate for Coast Salish art. Mike Randall is a west coast modernist who creates furniture and lighting that is minimal in size but large on impact. Carey Newman, Kwakwaka’wakw master carver, mentored by the late Bill Reid, takes a contemporary yet traditional approach to his work.

      Although they have diverse backgrounds and practices, these woodworkers place importance on sustainability, preservation of wild places, and respect for natural materials. Featuring exquisite photography of the artists in their studios, and full-colour images of their works, Out of the Woods is a stunning display of skill, creativity, and the depth of artistic talent along the Salish Sea.

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      Pirjo Raits is an award-winning editor, journalist, and freelance writer, whose work has appeared in Soar, Boulevard, and Tweed magazines as well as several Black Press publications. She has won numerous national and provincial newspaper awards for her stories and photographs. Raits was editor of the Sooke News Mirror for ten years, before retiring in 2015.

      Dale Roth and Michele Ramberg established Roth and Ramberg Photography in 1993. Since then, they have amassed an impressive roster of corporate and private clients, specializing in portraits people in their own environments. Their commercial clients include Bayer, BCIT, Bechtel, Bell, Calgary Zoo, Dupont, Enbridge, and Honda, to name a few. In 2017, Roth and Ramberg were honoured by the Applied Arts Awards, in the Complete Calendar, Sports, and Portrait Photography categories.



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      It is a true gift to be able to move from a two-dimensional world into a three-dimensional world and see what is waiting to be released from a material as organic as wood. An idea, combined with a sense of design and an ability to work with light and shade and rhythm, as the carvers on these pages display, shows amazing versatility that goes miles beyond craftsmanship. It is indeed a pleasure to go for a walk within these woods.


      Out of the Woods is a treat to the eyes and hearts of west coasters.


      If you're looking to get a small yet intimate glimpse into what it's like to lead the life of a craftsperson, you'll want to read this book. The photography is first class and the text light and engaging.

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    A Not-So-Savage Land The Art and Times of Frederick Whymper, 1838–1901 Peter Johnson Canada
    9781772032208 Paperback ART / History On Sale Date:October 03, 2018
    $29.95 CAD 8.5 x 9 x 0.1 in | 1 gr | 256 pages Carton Quantity:20 Heritage House
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      A richly illustrated exploration of the art, life, and historical impact of artist Frederick Whymper, who documented the landscape of the North American west.

      Before the advent of photography, the topography of the colonial North American landscape was recorded by travelling artists hired to reproduce what they saw with unadulterated realism. One of these artists was British-born Frederick Whymper, a young man whose honest vitality and unabashed worldview are evident in work he leaves behind.

      Throughout the 1860s, Whymper sketched his way from California to British Columbia, Yukon, Alaska, and Siberia. He was the first to sketch the Fraser River route from New Westminster to Cariboo gold country. As the official artist on Alfred Waddington’s road through Chilcotin territory, he was the first to report the 1864 Chilcotin War to the press. He travelled with the crews of Western Union Telegraph Company as they laid overland cable from New Westminster to Petropavlovsk. He was the first European artist to paddle over 1,600 kilometres on the Yukon River, recording its vibrant role in the life of its surrounding people.

      Whymper’s art appeared in newspapers, journals, scientific reports, and books. His unaffected illustrations and anecdotes of places still seen as wild and exotic by his contemporaries became a realistic lens through which we can now view the major events of his time. Containing dozens of rarely seen sketches, watercolours, and photographs, A Not-so-Savage Land is a fascinating look at the man whose visual documentation had a profound impact on the political and economic development of the colonial west.

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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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      Peter Johnson has once more delved into a long-neglected aspect of our colonial past. His new book reveals the extraordinary life story of an artist who witnessed and recorded for posterity some fascinating episodes during the early days of British Columbia and its environs. He tells of adventures, places, and times that we need to know more about.


      “Whymper's drawings and paintings of native life and early coastal geography, before the mass arrival of European and American settlers, and his close relationship with all those he met along the way resulted in some fine visual accounts of genuine historical and ethnological importance.”
      “Johnson argues persuasively that the time is now to appreciate this intrepid and multi-talented artist who captured the spirit of a frontier and, as Johnson puts it, "strove to transcend the limitations of language and make what is often indescribable more clear."
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    Last Flight to Stuttgart Searching for the Bomber Boys of Lancaster EQ-P Lisa Jean Russ
    9781772032628 Paperback HISTORY / Military On Sale Date:October 02, 2018
    $22.95 CAD 6 x 9 x 0.1 in | 1 gr | 288 pages Carton Quantity:20 Heritage House
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      A woman’s journey to uncover the fate of seven RCAF crewmen who perished in the Second World War.

      For most of her life, Lisa Russ knew little about her second cousin, Robert “Bud” George Alfred Burt. All she had were two grainy photos, a poem Bud had written shortly before his death, and the knowledge that he was a tail gunner in a Lancaster bomber during the Second World War. It was only when Russ—a self-described “discouraged modern-day war bride”—found herself displaced, unemployed, and homesick in Australia that she began to search for a deeper connection to her family back in Canada and stumbled upon the remarkable story of Bud and his fellow crewmen, who were shot down en route to Stuttgart, Germany, in March of 1944.

      Just nineteen at the time of his death, Bud was one of the bomber boys of Lancaster II, a member of 408 “Goose” Squadron of the Royal Canadian Air Force. Although he was but one of tens of thousands of long-forgotten Allied soldiers who perished in the War, for Russ he became an emblem of courage and sacrifice. Last Flight to Stuttgart is a riveting story, told in parallel timelines, of one woman’s quest for remembrance of a brave crew and their ill-fated mission. For every leader who has his story told, there are many thousands of servicemen whose stories never come to light. This book honours the marginalised by telling their story.

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      Born in Brampton, Ontario, Lisa Jean Russ taught primary and secondary school in Canada and the UK before moving to Australia. Inspired by her family’s military history, she has spent the past seven years volunteering with the Australian Army Military Intelligence Museum, Queensland, and Army Museum Duntroon, Canberra. Russ holds BAs from Carleton University (Art History and English, hons, and Psychology, hons) and a BEd from Nipissing University. She is currently in her final year of a Bachelor of Heritage, Museums, and Conservation at the University of Canberra, with the intent of earning a PhD.

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      Last Flight to Stuttgart puts readers in the cockpit along with the brave heroes who flew in World War II. It weaves a tale of one woman’s desire to better understand her military family history, but also pays homage to the lesser-known servicemen and women who risked their lives. This well-researched read blends memoir and military history as a beautiful and meticulous act of remembrance.


      Last Flight to Stuttgartis two stories. The first tells of seven young men bound to a common fate in the flaming wreckage of a bomber on a dangerous night mission over Germany in the late winter of 1944. The second is a personal search for the characters and personalities that lie behind acts of heroism. The result is a fitting and personal memorial to these ordinary heroes, whose names and acts of valour might otherwise be lost to the ashes of the past. Lisa Jean Russ’s journey is a reminder to all of us of the importance of keeping these stories alive.

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    From Rinks to Regiments Hockey Hall-of-Famers and the Great War Alan Livingstone MacLeod Canada
    9781772032680 Paperback HISTORY / Military On Sale Date:September 25, 2018
    $19.95 CAD 6 x 9 x 0.1 in | 1 gr | 192 pages Carton Quantity:28 Heritage House
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      A celebration of thirty-two heroes of the First World War enshrined in the Hockey Hall of Fame.

      Praise for Remembered in Bronze and Stone:

      “A remarkable look at the many ways we honoured our war dead.”—Canada’s History

      “A fine tribute and a call to current and future generations.”—Mark Zuehlke, author of the Canadian Battle Series and Through Blood and Sweat

      This year marks the centenary of two pivotal events in Canadian history—one of them weighty, the other an enduring source of delight. In November 1918, the catastrophe of the First World War came to an end. That same year, the first season of the National Hockey League concluded with the Toronto Arenas winning the NHL championship over the Montreal Canadiens. This book deals with the nexus, or collision, between hockey and war.

      Unbeknownst to many modern-day fans, thirty players, one referee, and one builder now enshrined in the Hockey Hall of Fame were also soldiers in the Great War. Most of them served in the Canadian Expeditionary Force—the Canada Corps that distinguished itself on the battlefields of Ypres, the Somme, Vimy, and Passchendaele. Four of these men were killed in action. Four were decorated for gallantry. Twenty-seven were volunteers, and five were conscripted under the Military Service Act of 1917. All have remarkable stories. From Rinks to Regiments resurrects the memories of these national heroes and celebrates their contributions on both the ice and the frontlines.

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      Alan Livingstone MacLeod has a lifelong passion for history, hockey, and writing. Since retiring from the field of labour relations, he has transformed his passion into two books ( Remembered in Bronze and Stone: Canada's Great War Memorial Statuary and From Rinks to Regiments: Hockey Hall-of-Famers and the Great War) and a number of public lectures commemorating Canadian efforts in the First World War. He divides his time between Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, and Victoria, BC.

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      [From Rinks to Regiments ] is a fascinating exploration of hockey's connections during the conflict, told through the stories of the men who played and served (and managed and refereed). There's enough detail on the military side of things to satisfy that side of the equation, and plenty of hockey for fans—and a whole lot for everyone to learn.


      MacLeod provides a lively history of the evolution of ice hockey and the several leagues that led to the formation of the National Hockey League and its appropriation of the Stanley Cup. At the same time, he makes no attempt to sanitise the horrors of the Western Front and often manages to refer to unexpected details, such as specifics of 'And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda,' written by Eric Bogle in 1971. The diverse subject matter in the hands of a less capable writer could easily have resulted in a choppy, unsatisfying narrative. Yet here the result is a pleasure to read.


      There are so many stories, all well-presented and very interesting. MacLeod . . . has been a hockey fan all his life and dedicated the book to John (Junior) Hanna. He has a knack for telling a tale, and these are interesting yarns indeed.


      "MacLeod recounts the tales of men like [Percy] LeSueur who served their country between 1914 and 1918. MacLeod’s writing is lively and brisk, and the book features plenty of historical hockey photos that fuel our nostalgia for “the good ol’ hockey game.”
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    9781772032512 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Fantasy & Magic Age (years) from 9 - 12 On Sale Date:August 17, 2018
    $12.95 CAD 5 x 7 x 0.1 in | 1 gr | 224 pages Carton Quantity:48 Wandering Fox
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      A group of friends risk their lives to solve a sinister, supernatural mystery that is plaguing their otherwise-sleepy town.

      Praise for Linda DeMeulemeester's Grim Hill Series:
      "An essential purchase for school libraries."—Resource Links
      "Another appealing mix of realism, whimsy, and legend.”—Booklist

      Blending adventure and realism with a speculative twist, The Mystery of Croaker’s Island introduces a group of unlikely friends who discover connections between a haunted island, monstrous sounds in the briny deep, vanishing cats, and teenagers disappearing in the night with no recollection of where they’ve been. Drawn together, the new friends become embroiled in a perilous quest to uncover the mystery. What sinister force shrouds this sleepy town, and will the kids solve the mystery before it’s too late? Find out in this spooky new novel from the author of the Grim Hill series.

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      Linda DeMeulemeester is the author of the critically acclaimed Grim Hill series. The Secret of Grim Hill won the Silver Birch award in 2008. Her other books have been nominated or shortlisted for several awards, including the British Columbia Young Readers' Choice Red Cedar Award, the Saskatchewan Young Readers' Choice Diamond Willow Award, and the Hackmatack Children's Choice Book Award. Also a teacher, DeMeulemeester enjoys sharing her lifelong love of reading with children.

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    Miles To Go Beryl Young Canada
    9781772032642 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Social Themes Age (years) from 9 - 12 On Sale Date:August 17, 2018
    $12.95 CAD 5 x 7 x 0.1 in | 1 gr | 224 pages Carton Quantity:48 Wandering Fox
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      Gold Medal Winner, 2019 Moonbeam Children's Book Awards, Pre-Teen Fiction E-Book

      Finalist, 2019 Geoffrey Bilson Award for Historical Fiction for Young People

      A powerful and poignant story of two young girls' friendship, family, loss, and loyalty, set in 1940s Saskatchewan.

      “Beryl Young's novel Miles to Go is sparse, poetic and, at times, perfectly heart wrenching. It subtly captures the coming of age of two young prairie girls. The beauty of this story is in the little things, the life things. In short: it’s wonderful.”—Arthur Slade, Governor General’s Award–winning author of Dust

      “This is a tender story about two friends dealing with tragic personal loss. Beryl Young captures a snapshot of small town life in the 1940s. Lovingly told, realistic, sad, and, like life, often very funny.”—Harriet Zaidman, teacher-librarian and writer, Winnipeg, Manitoba

      Miles to Go is the story of a friendship between two twelve-year-old girls in a small Saskatchewan town. In the spring of 1948, each girl faces a heavy personal loss and challenges that threaten their friendship. Through a hard few months the girls learn the meaning of loyalty and the value of keeping a promise. Loosely based on the author's own experiences of growing up in rural Saskatchewan, this book's timeless themes and authentic emotion will speak to young readers.

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      Beryl Young is the author of several critically acclaimed books for children, including Wishing Star Summer, Charlie: A Home Child’s Life in Canada, Would Someone Please Answer the Parrot!, and Follow the Elephant. In addition to the Chocolate Lily award, which Young won in 2011 for Follow the Elephant, her books have been nominated for several awards, including the Red Cedar (BC), the Red Maple (ON), the Diamond Willow (SK), the Hackmatack Award (Atlantic Canada), the Silver Moonbeam Medal for pre-teen fiction (US), and the IODE Violet Downey Book Award for Canadian Children’s Literature. Born in Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Young now lives in Vancouver. She has three grown children and four grandchildren.
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      Gold Medal Winner, 2019 Moonbeam Children's Book Awards, Pre-Teen Fiction E-Book 2019, Winner
      Finalist, 2019 Geoffrey Bilson Award for Historical Fiction for Young People 2019, Short-listed
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      Miles to Go is sparse, poetic and, at times, perfectly heart wrenching. It subtly captures the coming of age of two young prairie girls. The beauty of this story is in the little things, the life things. In short: it’s wonderful.


      Lovingly told, realistic, sad, and, like life, often very funny.


      With the feel of books like Little House on the Prairie, this book is actually based on a true story. It is a story full of heartache and struggles, depicting life on the prairies in a small town. It is also the story of two best friends who learn through trial and error about life, family and best friends. Beryl Young painted a realistic insight into life in rural Canada. Miles To Go is a story that captivates the reader and makes you think. A story that stays with you.


      What [Maggie and Anna] have to learn is hard, heartening, and profound. Young, who lives in Victoria but comes from Yorkton, has crafted a story that shows young people’s vulnerability but doesn’t let them off easily.

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