Commissioned Books

 
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Verotchka
A journal of growing up in Stalinist Russia and Nazi Germany
by Vera F. Seiffert

This book, with events drawn from the experiences of the author in another time and place, reads like a movie script.

 

 

 
 
The House That Sexton Built
The House That Sexton Built
A Century of Outstanding Graduates
by Allan E. Marble &
Verilea D. Ellis

This heavily illustrated history of the Technical University of Nova Scotia, was published to celebrate its 100th anniversary. The book highlights the various graduates of Tech TUNS and Dal Engineering, who went on to become some of Canada’s most accomplished and influential engineers.

 
 
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Dalhousie University
Neonatal Teaching Handbook vol. I
Educational Objectives and Teaching Modules

Volume One
These two volumes were created for the IWK Children’s Hospital and distributed across Canada.


 
 
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Dalhousie University
Neonatal Teaching Handbook vol.II
Educational Objectives and Teaching Modules

Volume Two
These two volumes were created for the IWK Children’s Hospital and distributed across Canada.

 

 
 
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The Archibald Family of Nova Scotia
No Reward Without Effort
by Allan E. Marble

This substantial volume was assembled by a well known Nova Scotia author, a member of the extensive and widely dispersed Archibald family. With over 1,000 pages, this hardcover illustrated genealogy is our largest book.

 

 
 
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Baker’s Dozen
The Deyoung family of Pomquet – Annie & Arthur’s Legacy
by Grayce Rogers

This book chronicles the family’s fascinating history, but above all else, it's a loving tribute to Annie Deyoung and a tangible way to share the rich Deyoung legacy... with future generations.

It's the first book that came to us as an idea, thus requiring interviews, research and writing, as well as our usual publishing services.

 
 
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Hey Merv, here comes summer!
by Mary Eliza Franklyn

This cheerful little book follows Mervin, a small blue mouse, as he tries to keep up with the months and seasons.

The animals, birds and insects watch and try to help from behind plants, bushes, in ponds and in the ocean. It’s easy to remember and a good chance to play 'I Spy'.

A small printing enabled this talented author/illustrator to give a unique gift to her grandson.