We found 32 results
indigoBooksFarley Mowat

showing 1 - 12 of 32 Results
Paperback

$17.95

$17.55 online

Pre-order online

Not yet available in stores

"We have doomed the wolf not for what it is, but for what we deliberately and mistakenly perceive it to be--the mythologized epitome of a savage, ruthless killer--which is, in reality, no more than the reflected image of ourself." --from the new Preface Never Cry…
Paperback

$17.95

Pre-order online

Not yet available in stores

The uproarious true adventures of a dog who doesn’t understand that he’s a dog   Farley Mowat’s best-loved book tells the splendidly entertaining story of his boyhood on the Canadian prairies. Mutt’s pedigree was uncertain, but his…
Paperback

$14.95

$14.69 online

Pre-order online

Not yet available in stores

Every child needs to have a pet. No one could argue with that. But what happens when your pet is an owl, and your owl is terrorizing the neighbourhood? Owls in the Family is a delightfuly treasure to be read again and again, now available as a Penguin Modern…
Paperback

$17.95

$17.54 online

Pre-order online

Not yet available in stores

As thrilling to read now as when it was first published, Farley Mowat's bestselling tale of danger, survival, and companionship in the far North is now available as a Penguin Modern Classic.   Awasin, a Cree Indian boy, and Jamie, a Canadian orphan living…
Paperback

$16.99

In stock online

Available in stores

It seemed like a good idea. Tired of everyday life ashore, Farley Mowat would find a sturdy boat in Newfoundland and roam the salt sea over, free as a bird. What he found was the worst boat in the world, and she nearly drove him mad. The Happy Adventure, despite…
Paperback

$19.95

In stock online

Available in stores

Feisty icon; passionate Canadian; unrelenting foe of all pretension; energetic provocateur-at-large and most importantly, superb and dedicated writer, there cannot be a Canadian alive who is unaware of the legacy that is Farley Mowat. And No Bird Sang and A Whale…

Eastern Passage

by Farley Mowat

|October 25, 2011

Paperback

$21.00

$20.09 online

In stock online

Available in stores

Following Farley Mowat’s bestselling memoir, Otherwise , the literary lion returns with an unexpected triumph Eastern Passage is a new and captivating piece of the puzzle of Farley Mowat’s life: the years from his return from the north in the late…

My Fathers Son

by Farley Mowat

|November 11, 2015

Paperback

$19.95

$18.92 online

save 5%

In stock online

Available in stores

A classic wartime memoir from one of Canada’s most treasured writers. The follow-up to And No Birds Sang , Farley Mowat’s memoir My Father’s Son charts the course of a family relationship in the midst of extreme trial. Taking place during…

Woman in the Mists

by Farley Mowat

|November 1, 1988

Paperback

$26.99

$24.40 online

save 9%

In stock online

Not available in stores

Deep in the volcano country of central Africa live some of the rarest, most intriguing animals on earth -- the mountain gorillas. Here, in the mist-shrouded forests, Dian Fossey courageously dedicated her life to studying them. Here she patiently waited until the…

The Black Joke

by Farley Mowat

|September 1, 1987

Mass Market Paperback

$8.99

$8.94 online

In stock online

Not available in stores

The Black Joke is a rousing sea story in the tradition of the great classic pirate tales. The time is the 1930s. The loot is bootleg liquor, not pirate gold. And the ship is the “Black Joke,” the speediest, nimblest craft on the Newfoundland coast…
Paperback

$12.99

In stock online

Available in stores

The popular sequel to his award-winning Lost in the Barrens , this is Farley Mowat’s suspense-filled story of how Awasin, Jamie and Peetryuk, three adventure-prone boys, stumble upon a cache of Viking relics in an ancient tomb somewhere in the north of…
Paperback

$21.00

$18.81 online

save 10%

In stock online

Available in stores

In 1957, Farley Mowat shipped out aboard one of Newfoundland’s famous coastal steamers, tramping from outport to outport along the southwest coast. The indomitable spirit of the people and the bleak beauty of the landscape would lure him back again and…