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    How to Fail as a Popstar Vivek Shraya Canada, Brendan Healy Canada
    9781551528427 Paperback DRAMA / Canadian Publication Date:February 18, 2021
    $18.95 CAD 6 x 8 x 0.25 in | 210 gr | 72 pages Carton Quantity:75 Canadian Rights: Y Arsenal Pulp Press
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      The first play by multi-media artist Vivek Shraya, about fame and personal transformation.

      Described as "cultural rocket fuel" by Vanity Fair, Vivek Shraya is a multi-media artist whose art, music, novels, and poetry and children's books explore the beauty and the power of personal and cultural transformation. How to Fail as a Popstar is Vivek's debut theatrical work, a one-person show that chronicles her journey from singing in shopping malls to "not quite" pop music superstardom with beguiling humor and insight. A reflection on the power of pop culture, dreams, disappointments, and self-determination, this astonishing work is a raw, honest, and hopeful depiction of the search to find one's authentic voice.

      The book includes colour photographs from the show's 2020 production in Toronto, and a foreword by its director Brendan Healy.

      Bio

      Vivek Shraya is an artist whose body of work crosses the boundaries of music, literature, visual art, theatre, and film. Her books include I'm Afraid of Men, The Subtweet, even this page is white, She of the Mountains, Death Threat, and The Boy & the Bindi, and her album with Queer Songbook Orchestra, Part-Time Woman, was nominated for the Polaris Music Prize. She is one half of the music duo Too Attached and the founder of the Arsenal Pulp Press imprint VS. Books. A six-time Lambda Literary Award finalist, Vivek was a Pride Toronto Grand Marshal, was featured on The Globe and Mail's Best Dressed list, and has received honours from the Writers' Trust of Canada and the Publishing Triangle. She is a director on the board of the Tegan and Sara Foundation and an Assistant Professor of Creative Writing at the University of Calgary.



      Brendan Healy is a theater director whose credits include the premiere production of Vivek Shraya's How to Fail as a Popstar at Canadian Stage in Toronto in 2020. He is a regular instructor at the National Theatre School of Canada.

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      Shraya may not have reached the top echelon of pop stardom, but sharing her persistence and self-discovery just might be a bigger gift. After all, these are the stories we rarely hear told. -NOW Magazine


      It's a moving tale that any person who's struggled to achieve their dreams can easily relate to, and Shraya has a certain magnetism to her performance that keeps the one-woman show moving fluidly. -Broadway World


      A funny, warm and honest show by a rare, 360-degree talent. -Denise Balkissoon, executive editor of Chatelaine Magazine


      The work of radical self-acceptance is so challenging I never want to do it. In this piece of art, Vivek's fearless vulnerability, steady gaze and sure hand creates another way in, an opening, and all I have to do is show up. Now it's your turn. Lucky you. -Elvira Kurt, teacup butch, comedy legend and writer for Canada's Drag Race


      Vivek Shraya's How to Fail as a Popstar is a maguffin - a demonstration of Shraya's virtuosity as a performer, a songwriter, and writer, and is anything but a failure. It is a cutting and hilarious look at the spark and afterglow of any musician entering the industry - the adolescence, adulthood, and moribundity of this creative life-within-a-life. She claims to not "have the range," but Popstar demonstrates the opposite - a multi-disciplinary artist at the height of her powers. -Owen Pallett, violinist and composer


      An important show from such an important artist. Everyone should see How to Fail as a Popstar! -Bif Naked, recording artist

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    Foregone Russell Banks Canada
    9781771963992 Paperback FICTION / Literary Publication Date:March 16, 2021
    $22.95 CAD 5.5 x 8.5 x 1.25 in | 400 gr Carton Quantity:20 Canadian Rights: Y Biblioasis
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      A Kirkus Reviews Best Fiction Book of 2021

      "Terrifically compelling ... In this complex and powerful novel, we come face to face with the excruciating allure of redemption."—Washington Post

      In his late seventies and dying of cancer, famed Canadian-American documentary filmmaker Leonard Fife, one of sixty thousand draft evaders who fled to Canada to avoid Vietnam, has agreed to one final interview, determined to bare all his secrets and demythologize his mythologized life. But the story that unspools in front of the camera and an intimate chorus of observers, including Fife’s wife, his nurse, and his acolyte and former star student Malcolm Macleod, is confoundingly unexpected, the dark and affecting account of a man entirely unknown to all.

      A searing novel about memory, betrayal, love, and the faint grace note of redemption, Russell Banks’s Foregone is a daring and resonant work about the scope of one man’s mysterious life, revealed through the fragments of his recovered past.

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      Russell Banks, twice a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, is one of America’s most prestigious fiction writers, a past president of the International Parliament of Writers, and a member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters. His work has been translated into twenty languages and has received numerous prizes and awards, including the Common Wealth Award for Literature. He lives in upstate New York and Miami, Florida.
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      Praise for Foregone

      “Leonard Fife, the protagonist of Russell Banks’s furiously driven new novel, has been hiding all his life—from the world and from himself ... As always, Banks’s prose has remarkable force to it ... To his credit, Banks has never solicited his readers’ approval of his characters, and many are unlikely to be charmed by Leo Fife. But what they will find in Foregone is a character, a novel and a writer determined not to go gentle into that good night.”—New York Times

      "Depending on how you slice Foregone, you might find a book about a temperamental, privileged, cishet white male artist, a book about capturing art, a book about dying, a book about personal truth, or even (and finally) a book about how the spotlight lies to us ... Banks has crafted a powerful novel about what remains."—Boston Globe

      "Terrifically compelling ... A remarkably fluid use of prose to represent the experience of delirium while wrestling to the final moments with the challenge of absolution ... In this complex and powerful novel, we come face to face with the excruciating allure of redemption. Even as Leo’s memories fade, his hunger for forgiveness comes into radiant focus."—Washington Post

      "It's a thrill to watch Banks pull off so many risky formal maneuvers. Foregone is a brilliantly cinematic novel; it moves in and out of the past and present like a camera, with montages, dissolves and jump cuts ... Few writers have explored the regrets of aging and the door-knock of mortality with Banks' steely-eyed grace and gorgeous language. Foregone is a subtle yet unsparing achievement from a master."—Minneapolis Star Tribune

      “Magisterial … a powerful read … By holding Fife’s story to the light, turning it to expose its multiple facets, Banks examines not only the dichotomy between truth and fiction, but seems to posit, ultimately, the impossibility of the singular truth, while recognizing the force of a truth to change, and shape, a life.”—Toronto Star

      “A powerful novel that can stand alongside Continental Drift, Affliction and The Sweet Hereafter as unsparing examinations of American spiritual anomie as viewed from the wrong side of the class divide … Rarely in fiction have we seen such a vivid and convincing depiction of what it must actually be like to be nearing the end.”—Montreal Gazette

      Foregone is a subtle meditation on a life composed of half-forgotten impulses and their endless consequences, misapprehensions of others that are accepted and exploited almost passively, a minor heroism that is only enhanced by demurral. In the rages of a sick old man profound questions arise—what is a life? A self? And what is lost when truth destroys the fabrications that sustain other lives?”—Marilynne Robinson

      “Strikingly effective ... Banks explores aging, memory, and reputation in thoughtful and touching ways…. A challenging, risk-taking work marked by a wry and compassionate intelligence.”Kirkus (starred review)

      Foregone is a work of metafiction, constantly commenting on and demonstrating in its execution the way a writer crafts a work of imaginative prose. The question of what is true and what is fanciful in Fife’s account is ever present ... Banks’s approach is so fluid and his prose so polished.”—Quill & Quire

      “Banks, a conduit for the confounded and the unlucky, a writer acutely attuned to place and ambiance, is at his most magnetic and provocative in this portrait of a celebrated documentary filmmaker on the brink of death…. In this masterful depiction of a psyche under siege by disease, age, and guilt, Banks considers with profound intent the verity of memory, the mercurial nature of the self, and how little we actually know about ourselves and others ... [For] all lovers of richly psychological and ethical fiction.”Booklist (starred review)

      “Sinuous ... vivid ... Banks keeps the audience rapt.”Publishers Weekly

      "Complexly engaging ... In this most haunting of metafictional echoes, the author shows how the lonely death of a minor Canadian filmmaker, 'famous only in certain unfashionably leftist quarters,' may yet be a tale of deep grace and significance, a gathering into the artifice of eternity. If Foregone turns out to be Banks’s final novel (and, given its many strengths, one hopes not), it is a profoundly compelling valedictory."LA Review of Books

      “Russell Banks, as cinematographer, is known to move in close. Foregone focuses his sharp eye on the feints and fictions amid life’s ‘facts,’ as he reveals his fascinatingly fallible character, Fife, whose personal life has been contextualized by history. As we zig-zag through the character’s past and present, it becomes apparent that the writer is simultaneously, and subtly, demonstrating the act of writing fiction. Fife is aptly named; he’s an instrument piercing the soundtrack we call life, as the drummer marches on.”—Ann Beattie

      “Russell Banks is, word for word, idea for idea, one of the great American novelists. Foregone is a book about not coming to a conclusion. Banks presents us with a series of mirrors, some of them broken, some of them intact, and all of them wildly reflective of our times. It is a book about the shifting shapes of memory and the chimerical nature of our lives.”—Colum McCann

      "A seemingly simple framework opens into an epic story of betrayal and mystery ... Exploring ideas of guilt, memory, and how we can (and cannot) know one another, it's a masterful work.”—Open Book

      “Russell Banks has always been the consummate artist, giving unflinching voice to the complexity of the human condition. In Foregone he faces down death with that same courage, brilliantly transforming the climactic chaos of waning life and dissolving memory into the transcendent—even peaceful—wholeness of narrative art. This is Banks at his profound best.”—Robert Olen Butler, author of Paris in the Dark

      Praise for Russell Banks

      “Few writers look as closely at life as Banks and render it into an art that is truthful and unsettling … while he is one of the most underhyped of writers, he is also among the very best, with a better-developed sense of black humour than some readers may suspect of him … Exactly how good a writer is Russell Banks? How about wonderful? Alert to his society, he has a campaigning conscience, yet his art invariably transcends polemic because he is as committed to story as he is to the way people live, suffer and fall.”—Eileen Battersby, Irish Times

      “Banks is a master of the kind of old-school, unadorned realism that hasn’t really been the fashion in short stories since the days of Raymond Carver. But here he executes it with a psychological precision that would be the envy of any of the latter-day fabulists or word-drunk genre-benders currently in vogue.”—Gary Krist, New York Times Book Review

      "Russell Banks's fiction holds such a simple, internal authority … The story he tells is grave and unusually urgent, his prose as careful as a trail of stones left in the forest … These voices ache with a particular brand of reality [and] Banks evokes each of his characters with fluid authenticity … Russell Banks is a writer of extraordinary power."—Boston Globe

      “Russell Banks is a great American writer ... He studies and learns from his predecessors and competitors—Hemingway, Cheever, Carver and Dubus, for instance. He’s certainly in that league.”—Winnipeg Free Press

      “Banks’s forthright style is the perfect mode for scrutinising family life ... It’s hard to resist the power of such clear and bracingly honest writing.”
      The List (Scotland)

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    The Bare Naked Book Kathy Stinson Canada, Melissa Cho Canada
    9781773214726 Hardcover JUVENILE NONFICTION / Concepts Age (years) from 3 - 5, Grade (CAN) from P - K, Grade (US) from P - K, Reading age from 3 - 5 Publication Date:March 09, 2021
    $21.95 CAD 9.2 x 9.2 x 0.4 in | 330 gr | 36 pages Carton Quantity:30 Canadian Rights: Y Annick Press
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      Bodies, bodies! Big and small, short and tall, young and old—Every BODY is different!

      The Bare Naked Book has been a beloved fixture in libraries, classrooms, and at-home story times since its original publication in 1986. Now, this revised edition is ready to meet a new generation of readers.

      The text has been updated to reflect current understandings of gender and inclusion, which are also
      showcased in the brand-new, vibrant illustrations by Melissa Cho.

      Featuring a note from the author explaining the history of the book and the importance of this updated edition, readers will delight in this celebration of all kinds of bodies.

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      Kathy Stinson is the author of children's classics Red is Best, and Big or Little?, and recent multi-award winners like The Man with the Violin, and Harry and Walter. She lives in Rockwood, Ontario.



      Melissa Cho is a designer and animator working in children’s media. She lives in Southern Ontario.

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      Awards
      Best Bets Book List, OLA 2021, Commended
      Rainbow Book List, American Library Association 2022, Joint winner
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      “A beautiful and important addition to any collection of body books.”


      “Current, engaging and offers a safe space for parents, caregivers, and educators to talk about human beings and their bodies. Highly Recommended.”


      “A joyous and empowering book that should be welcomed by many seeking such volumes to teach their kids about bodies and their parts, but also about human diversity broadly speaking. It’s a must-have for any young child’s bookshelf.”


      “Melissa Cho makes our bodies a celebration of boldness, in colour and shape, and helps to ensure that every child will see themselves and those important to them.”

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    Patient Zero (revised edition) Solving the Mysteries of Deadly Epidemics Marilee Peters Canada
    9781773215150 Paperback YOUNG ADULT NONFICTION / Science & Nature Age (years) from 10 - 14, Grade (CAN) from 5 - 9, Grade (US) from 5 - 9, Reading age from 10 - 14 Publication Date:April 06, 2021
    $16.95 CAD 6.5 x 8.9 x 0.8 in | 460 gr | 200 pages Carton Quantity:32 Canadian Rights: Y Annick Press
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      Engrossing true stories of the pioneers of epidemiology who risked their lives to find the source of deadly diseases—now revised to include updated information and a new chapter on Covid-19.

      More people have died in disease epidemics than in wars or other disasters, but the process of identifying these diseases and determining how they spread is often a terrifying gamble. Epidemiologists have been ignored, mocked, or silenced all while trying to protect the population and identify “patient zero”—the first person to have contracted the disease, and a key piece in solving the epidemic puzzle.

      Patient Zero tracks the gripping tales of eight epidemics and pandemics—how they started, how they spread, and the fight to stop them. This revised edition combines a brand-new design with updated information and features diseases such as Spanish Influenza, Ebola, and AIDS, as well as a new chapter on Covid-19.

      *A Junior Library Guild Gold Standard Selection

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      Marilee Peters is a former librarian who over the years has written about politics, theater, the environment, parenting, farming, and health, among other topics. She is the author of Patient Zero, 10 Rivers that Shaped the World, and Making It Right. She lives with her family in Vancouver, BC.

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      “Important and interesting.”

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    Treaty Words For As Long As the Rivers Flow Aimée Craft Canada, Luke Swinson Canada
    9781773214962 Hardcover JUVENILE NONFICTION / People & Places Age (years) from 10, Grade (CAN) from 5, Grade (US) from 5, Reading age from 10 Publication Date:March 09, 2021
    $16.95 CAD 4.75 x 6.75 x 0.4 in | 150 gr | 60 pages Carton Quantity:96 Canadian Rights: Y Annick Press
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      The first treaty that was made was between the earth and the sky. It was an agreement to work together. We build all of our treaties on that original treaty.

      On the banks of the river that have been Mishomis’s home his whole life, he teaches his granddaughter to listen—to hear both the sounds and the silences, and so to learn her place in Creation. Most importantly, he teaches her about treaties—the bonds of reciprocity and renewal that endure for as long as the sun shines, the grass grows, and the rivers flow.

      Accompanied by beautiful illustrations by Luke Swinson and an author’s note at the end, Aimée Craft affirms the importance of understanding an Indigenous perspective on treaties in this evocative book that is essential for readers of all ages.

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      Awards
      Best Bets Book List, OLA 2021, Joint winner
      Best Books of 2021, Kirkus Reviews 2021, Joint winner
      Indigenous Voices Awards 2022, Joint winner
      Must-Read KidLit Titles, Festival of Literary Diversity (FOLD) Kids 2021, Joint winner
      Red Cedar Book Award 2022, Short-listed
      Rocky Mountain Book Award 2022, Nominated
      Storytelling World Awards, Honor title 2022, Commended
      Reviews

      “Craft’s writing is almost faultless. Her lyrical and evocative word choices are ideal for reading aloud in order to enjoy the rhythms of the poetic language. . . . Swinson’s illustrations augment the sense of love and respect conveyed by the words. . . . Highly recommended.”


      “Meditative, devotional, and vital.”


      “This exemplary narrative nonfiction book proves an understanding of Indigenous perspectives on treaty relationships, affording vital—and not often heard—historical and cultural context to these living agreements.”


      “A small, quiet, and enormously powerful story.”


      “The reverence . . . comes through in Aimée Craft’s words, resonant and weighty, steadfast and dynamic.”


      “This quiet contemplative account of learning to live with nature and together as people has a place in every collection, and while its meditative tone will appeal to older and more advanced readers, it could be the centerpiece of a story hour for younger listeners.”


      “Elegantly reveals the intended beauty and harmony of a treaty from an indispensable Indigenous perspective.”

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    Did You See Us? Reunion, Remembrance, and Reclamation at an Urban Indian Residential School Andrew Woolford Canada, Survivors of the Assiniboia Indian Residential School
    9780887559075 Paperback HISTORY / Canada Publication Date:March 19, 2021
    $24.95 CAD 6 x 8.5 x 0.72 in | 475 gr | 272 pages Carton Quantity:20 Canadian Rights: Y University of Manitoba Press
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      The Assiniboia school is unique within Canada’s Indian Residential School system. It was the first residential high school in Manitoba and one of the only residential schools in Canada to be located in a large urban setting. Operating between 1958 and 1973 in a period when the residential school system was in decline, it produced several future leaders, artists, educators, knowledge keepers, and other notable figures. It was in many ways an experiment within the broader destructive framework of Canadian residential schools. Stitching together memories of arrival at, day-to-day life within, and departure from the school with a socio-historical reconstruction of the school and its position in both Winnipeg and the larger residential school system, Did You See Us? offers a glimpse of Assiniboia that is not available in the archival records. It connects readers with a specific residential school and illustrates that residential schools were often complex spaces where forced assimilation and Indigenous resilience co-existed. These recollections of Assiniboia at times diverge, but together exhibit Survivor resilience and the strength of the relationships that bond them to this day. The volume captures the troubled history of residential schools. At the same time, it invites the reader to join in a reunion of sorts, entered into through memories and images of students, staff, and neighbours. It is a gathering of diverse knowledges juxtaposed to communicate the complexity of the residential school experience.
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      Andrew Woolford is professor of sociology at the University of Manitoba and the author of "This Benevolent Experiment: Indigenous Boarding Schools, Genocide, and Redress in the United States and Canada"



      The Assiniboia Residential School Legacy Group is a non-profit organization with a mandate to: honour the legacy of the Assiniboia Residential School through commemorative and educational activities; promote positive and reconciliatory relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people; foster awareness, understanding and healing; feature cultural and language as interpreted and presented by the survivors of the Residential school.

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      "Did You See Us? is a thoughtfully constructed, well-informed, true historical narrative. This collection tells the stories of the survivors who lived at Assiniboia during the residential and hostel years, shares the perspectives of the school’s staff and the residents of neighbouring River Heights and presents relevant articles and artifacts alongside records from the school itself."
      "This book is an excellent example of people telling their truths and a community realizing the mistakes of the past, coming together, and moving towards reconciliation. Within these stories, there are lessons that we can all learn from and step towards reconciliation."

      "Did You See Us? It’s the heartbreaking question any survivor of a residential school could ask. But in this case, it’s the title of a book that includes firsthand accounts from 12 survivors who attended the Assiniboia Indian Residential School located in an upscale neighbourhood in Winnipeg."

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    9781772601626 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Historical Age (years) from 9 - 12, Grade (CAN) from 4 - 8, Grade (US) from 4 - 8, Reading age from 9 - 12 Publication Date:March 23, 2021
    $10.95 CAD 5.5 x 7.5 x 0.5 in | 200 gr | 232 pages Carton Quantity:52 Canadian Rights: Y Second Story Press
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      Thirteen-year-old Jacob’s life is hard in 1920s Poland, where he lives in an orphanage for Jewish children. His days are brightened by playing in the orphanage mandolin orchestra. When an American benefactor arrives with the promise of a new life in Canada at a farm school, Jacob and his friends are thrilled. But can they trust this man to keep his promises?

      The children travel by train and by ship, facing illness and prejudice along the way. where a stowaway becomes dangerously sick. Jacob, who has become the orchestra’s star player, must overcome his fears and doubts to help his friends and to fulfill his dream to one day play at the famous Carnegie Hall in New York City. Inspired by real events.

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      Anne Dublin is a former teacher-librarian and award-winning author living in Toronto. She has written two biographies for Second Story Press: June Callwood: A Life of Action and Bobbie Rosenfeld: The Olympian Who Could Do Everything, as well as Dynamic Women Dancers, part of the Women’s Hall of Fame Series. She has also written the children’s historical fiction novel The Orphan Rescue.

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      A well-told account based on a lesser-known story of Jewish immigration.
      As a former teacher-librarian, Dublin knows her audience and it shows; her use of description and dialogue to build character and setting is sure to engage readers. ... Jacob is a character readers ought to meet.
      "Dublin tells the tale in a colloquial style mid-level readers (ages 8-12) will enjoy."

      "This unusu­al adven­ture tale is filled with action and sus­pense... This era, not often addressed in children’s lit­er­a­ture, has been exten­sive­ly researched by Dublin and her evoca­tive descrip­tions bring the sto­ry to life."

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    The Way of the Gardener Lost in the Weeds Along the Camino de Santiago Lyndon Penner Canada
    9780889778061 Paperback NATURE / Plants Publication Date:March 27, 2021
    $24.95 CAD 127 x 203.2 mm | 220 gr | 180 pages Carton Quantity:45 Canadian Rights: Y University of Regina Press
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      Reverence takes on a new meaning in this original memoir of an avid gardener walking the Camino de Santiago.

      The Camino de Santiago has been a journey for pilgrims for more than 1,000 years, testing—to varying degrees—their spirit, faith, and physical endurance. Lyndon Penner’s attention lies elsewhere. A renowned gardener and lover of literature, he revels in the plants, trees, and flowers that tell the history of the people and ecology of northern Spain.

      Brimming with wry observations—of nature, himself, and other pilgrims on the road—The Way of the Gardener reveals the beauty and the darkness of the human condition while underscoring the deeply fascinating nature of nature itself. This textured work makes for perfect armchair—or garden—reading.
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      Lyndon Penner grew up in Saskatchewan and comes from a long line of gardeners. He is a traveller, environmentalist, and lover of literature, and the author of several books, including Native Plants for the Short Season Yard.
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      "Lyndon’s delight at discovering plants he has long loved in their native habitats rings true."—Sara Williams, author of Creating the Prairie Xeriscape

      "Lyndon Penner is grounded and earthy, and clearly spiritual in the way of one who reveres nature ... Carrying with him a vast knowledge and pleasure of plants, Penner incisively recounts European species that he sees, smells and sometimes tastes along the way."—Winnipeg Free Press

      “Lyndon is a gifted storyteller, and in this adventure, he masterfully illustrates the history, culture, and geography of the Camino de Santiago through the lens of a sensitive plantsman with a brilliant sense of humour.” —Egan Davis, Principal Instructor, Horticulture Training Program, Faculty of Science, UBC Botanical Garden

      “A refreshing perspective of the Camino that defines Horticultural Tourism by bringing together history, culture, horticulture, and people.” —Michelle Day, Executive Director, Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden

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