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The Crazy Man
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|June 30, 2006

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It is 1965, and twelve-year-old Emaline lives on a wheat farm in southern Saskatchewan. Her family has fallen apart. When her beloved dog, Prince, chased a hare into the path of the tractor, she chased after him, and her dad accidentally ran over her leg with the…
Warfare In Medieval Manuscripts
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|August 1, 2018

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The glamour associated with knights in shining armor, colorful tournaments, and heroic deeds appeal strongly to the modern imagination. However, few pieces of military dress and equipment have survived, so for a comprehensive view of the nature of medieval…
Likely Stories
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|October 1, 2019

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These poems featuring the brilliant, the misfit, and the music of the stars summon us into the heart of what it means to be human and passionate on this wild ride we call life on Earth. Mileva Einstein, the forgotten genius; Josef Stalin's only daughter, as she…
Medieval Warfare in Manuscripts
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|October 1, 2000

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The glamour associated with knights in shining armour, colourful tournaments and heroic deeds appeal strongly to the modern imagination. However, few pieces of military dress and equipment have survived to provide direct insight into the way that war was waged in…
I'll Be Watching
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|August 6, 2011

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Shortlisted for the Sheila A. Egoff Children's Literature Prize In a small prairie town like Argue, Saskatchewan, everyone knows everybody else's business. Everyone knows that the Loney family has been barely hanging on -- the father, George, reduced to drink…
Defending Darkness
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|September 30, 2016

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Pamela Porter says of this new collection, her fifth with Ronsdale Press, "I knew then what was required - that I must carry the rest of the story." In Defending Darkness, starting over is a constant theme as she explores what wisdom can be gained in "waiting on…
House Made of Rain
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|August 15, 2014

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In this breathtaking collection of poems, Pamela Porter invokes the twin mysteries of love and loss to illumine the heart burdened by grief, yet comforted and renewed by the beauty of the natural world. In the long poem "Atonement," Porter takes us into a human…
No Ordinary Place
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|February 15, 2012

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Pamela Porter's poems celebrate a world awaiting discovery. She opens this new collection with a poem entitled "An Offering" in which she brings to the ceremony "poems / for every season - of dreams born, / burning, broken" and, in particular, one that "begins…
Cathedral
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|September 15, 2010

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This collection of poems takes us on a journey - a very personal journey of Pamela Porter's own - to Africa and South America, those corners of the world the news reports never seem to cover: to Angola's thirty-year-long civil war, a landscape overrun with…
Yellow Moon, Apple Moon
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|February 1, 2008

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Finalist for the Governor General's Award for Children's Illustration In this delightful bedtime rhyme a young child bids good night to the moon, recalling all the familiar things surrounding her -- from her pillow, her book and her kitten to the swing outside,…
Sky
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|August 31, 2004

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This moving book, written in the haunting voice of a young child, is based on true stories told to the author by her friend Georgia Salois, a Metis whose people lived with the Blackfeet Nation in Montana. Sky focuses not only on the events of the historic flood…
Courtly Love in Medieval Manuscripts
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|November 22, 2003

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Widely popular in Europe throughout the Middle Ages, the phenomenon of courtly love is said to have had its origins with the troubadours of the 11th century. In its true sense it referred to a stylised and idealistic relationship between a knight and his lady,…
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