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The Frenchy's Connection: The Pottersfield Guide to Second-Hand Clothing Stores in the Maritimes

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With a wonderful dash of humour, the authors take us on a trip for fashion that doesn't cost the earth.
Pottersfield Nation: East of Canada
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|June 1, 2004

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A stunning collection of some of Canada's finest writers who just happen to call Atlantic Canada their home. The book celebrates Pottersfield Press wriers in our 25th year. The array of talent includes non-fiction by Farley Mowat, Harry Thurston, H R Percy, Joan…
One Strong Girl
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|This title releases October 31, 2018

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One Strong Girl is a mother's vivid account of what it is like to lose her daughter, India, to a rare debilitating disease. The story is a bold description of what it means to deal with deep sorrow and still find balance and beauty in an age steeped in the…
Never Speak of This Again
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|May 15, 2018

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It is 1917 and Nellie, seventeen years old and pregnant, has just returned to Cape Breton from Boston to find her lover. Instead of a safe haven, she encounters rejection and humiliation and is told to clear out and never speak of this again. In her shame, she…
Louisbourg or Bust: A Surfer's Wild Ride Down Nova Scotia's Drowned Coast
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A rickety surf rig on wheels. A guide named Don Quixote. No cellphone. Louisbourg or Bust is RC Shaw's spandex-free pilgrimage up a haunted coastline. Fuelled by Hungry Man Stew and blind optimism, Shaw battles potholed hills and remote waves en route to the…
The Mill: Fifty Years of Pulp and Protest
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|November 3, 2017

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The Mill --Fifty Years of Pulp and Protest explores the power that a single industry can wield. For fifty years, the pulp mill near Pictou in northern Nova Scotia has buoyed the local economy and found support from governments at all levels. But it has also…
Through Sunlight and Shadows
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|June 11, 2018

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Through Sunlight and Shadows is an autobiographical novel about a young boy set in the small New Brunswick town of Bannonbridge in the 1940s and 1950s. The story is told from the perspective of an older man, Walt Macbride, a character well known to readers of…
When A Parent is Sick 2nd Edition: Helping Parents Explain Serious Illness to Children

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What do you tell children when a parent has been diagnosed with a serious illness? What should you do? What should you talk about? When do you ell them? What words do you use? This book provides parents and other caregivers with suggestions on how to approach…
Signs of Life: Images Formed from Words and Clay
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|April 4, 2018

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Gerri Frager has spent much of her life working in the care of critically ill infants and children and integrating the arts into patient care and education. Poetry and pottery have each been a sanctuary during tough times as has noticing the everyday beauty found…
Otto Strasser in Paradise: A Nazi in Nova Scotia

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H. Millard Wright was born and grew up in Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley. He had a successful business career, becoming a vice-president and board member of L.E. Shaw Ltd. And president of Clayton Developments. He is a past president of the Halifax Board of…
Radio Talk: Four Decades Covering the News in Atlantic Canada
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|September 9, 2010

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Rick Howe has been a reporter, a newscaster, a news director, a commentator and a talk show host. For several years he also wrote a column for the Halifax Daily News, and he has made numerous appearances on CTV and CBC television as a political analyst. With…
History of Hangings in Nova Scotia
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|November 14, 2007

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Almost as soon as Halifax was settled by the British in 1749, it became a violent place to live, and in attempts to deal with this, public hangings and floggings were a common occurrence for close to a hundred years. Subject to the British legal system, criminals…
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