The ABCs of North Preston is a heartfelt book written by the students of Nelson Whynder Elementary School, and published by the Delmore Buddy Daye Learning Institute. This is a […]
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by : Evelyn C. White
Pondering Atlantic Canadian books’ insights on building a better world
by : Philip Moscovitch
Stompin’ Tom’s love of Canada came from his endless travels and conversations, and one of his strongest passions was that Canadians should be able to make it at home
by : Karalee Clerk
George Elliott Clarke, in his unique brand of spoken word, Africadian poetry, explores a personal subject, his great-aunt Portia White, an internationally celebrated opera contralto. His lyrical ode to her life and work is a celebration of love. He shared with ABT editor, Karalee Clerk, thoughts about his great-aunt, Portia White, and his family’s incredible creative DNA.
by : Lindsay Ruck
Death, Buddhism and flat earth thinkers are the themes explored in three very different books that hit the stands this fall. From a conversation with Tina Turner about the power of music, to an entire museum dedicated to flat earth findings, four authors are using creative ways to present topics they’re passionate about and, hopefully, intrigue readers around the world. Now that they’ve wrapped everything up into perfectly bound packages, writer Lindsay Ruck had a chance to chat with each of them and ask a few questions about their recent works.
by : Chris Benjamin
International Women’s Day Celebrates women’s rights, something we couldn’t have without the kind of feminist analysis found in these Atlantic Canadian books
by : Christine Saulnier
& How To Reclaim Democracy & Our Institutions From The Ultra Rich
by : Karl Wells
Seeking Buttery, Savoury, Tender and–Above-All–Nostalgic Foods
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