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Are You Looking for Me?
Spot Nature Naturally
Written and photographed by Charlene Lewis

Finding the animal hiding in plain sight in each professional photograph of the natural world will both challenge and fascinate children. Charming, informative and interactive. Includes a glossary and colour-coded animal classification.

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Premier Stephen McNeil
A Story of a Nova Scotian Family
by Dave and Paulette Whitman

The McNeil and Mombourquette saga began in Cape Breton, Spryfield , then to the Annapolis Valley.  Widowed when Stephen was eight, his mother, Theresa, brought up fourteen children in their Upper Granville home. 

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The Promised Land
a novel of Cape Breton
by Bill Conall

Awarded the 2014 Stephen Leacock Memorial Medal For Humour, it skillfully and hilariously navigates the ebb and flow of island life on Cape Breton where things go from bad to worse to Oh My Goodness! 

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Hanging Daisy
Murder Cruel and Callous
by Paul Diekelmann

This is the true story of Daisy and Dan, who met and began life together in rural Cape Breton, the 1957 murder, and the mystery that surrounds it to this day.

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Festive Flavours
by Lars Willum

Join Cape Breton chef Lars Willum as he shares his travelogues featuring the festive flavours from some of his favourite culinary destinations: Canada, Denmark, France, Lapland, Hawaii, Spain, Iceland, Germany and Japan.

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Newfoundland and Labrador Lullaby
Written by Mary Jane Riemann
Illustrated by Joy Steuerwald

The national best-seller, Newfoundland and Labrador Lullaby has two new siblings! Nova Scotia Lullaby and Prince Edward Island Lullaby are loving tributes to these two provinces, combining gorgeous illustrations with a soothing ballad that can be heard by following a link on the outside cover. 

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Nova Scotia Lullaby
Written by Mary Jane Riemann
Illustrated by Joy Steuerwald

The national best-seller, Newfoundland and Labrador Lullaby has two new siblings! Nova Scotia Lullaby and Prince Edward Island Lullaby are loving tributes to these two provinces, combining gorgeous illustrations with a soothing ballad that can be heard by following a link on the outside cover. 

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Prince Edward Island Lullaby
Written by Mary Jane Riemann
Illustrated by Joy Steuerwald

The national best-seller, Newfoundland and Labrador Lullaby has two new siblings! Nova Scotia Lullaby and Prince Edward Island Lullaby are loving tributes to these two provinces, combining gorgeous illustrations with a soothing ballad that can be heard by following a link on the outside cover. 

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Creating Good Food
by Dr. Wanda Bernard Thomas

Making the link between food and health, the Association of Black Social Workers (ABSW) worked with seniors to convert some of their cherished traditional recipes to the healthier versions in this cookbook.

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Cable Captain
Burying Cables Under the Ocean Floor
by Julian C.S. Bloomer

This is the remarkable story of Captain Melville Henry Bloomer and the cable ships he commanded. Written by Captain Bloomer’s son, this is a fascinating read for anyone interested in marine history and engineering.

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Common Courtesy Makes Good Golfing Sense
The Amateur Golfer’s Pocketbook Guide Towards Golfing Success
by Anita J. Newman

This self-improvement guide for amateur golfers is interspersed with thought-provoking quotations and clever cartoons. Other easy reads in the series are Common Courtesy Makes Good Lovemaking Sense and Common Courtesy Makes Good Business Sense.

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Common Courtesy Makes Good Lovemaking Sense
A Couple’s Pocketbook Guide towards Relationship success
by Anita J. Newman, BBA, LCFCM 

This self-improvement and relationship guide for couples is interspersed with thought- provoking quotations and clever cartoons, making it another easy and delightful read in the Courtesy Books series.

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Maritime Colours
A book of colours from Canada
Written and illustrated by J. R. Mason-Browne

Maritime Colours is a delightful introduction to the names of colours and places found throughout the Maritime, joining Maritime ABC and Maritime 123 on the library shelf of the very young reader.

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Rags to Riches: The Quilt as Art
by Laurie Swim

"Rags to Riches combines gorgeous colour photographs of Swim's quilts and descriptions, in her own words, of how each piece came to be."
Atlantic Books Today, Fall 2008

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Jigs and Reels
Cruises the Maritime Waters
by Marijke Simons

A pair of cousins go with their aunt and uncle on a cruise around Nova Scotia having many adventures on the trip, including the sighting of a right whale, leather back turtles, dolphins, a basking shark, puffins, piping plovers and a seal. Includes a glossary. 

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All Because of a Hat
byTaylor Redmond
Illustrated by Adam Murray 

How could a purple hat and two best friends cause such a kerfuffle in one day? In an effort to be his most beautiful self in his new birthday hat, Bentley a young bull moose, must rid his spring antlers of all their velvet. Journey with the two best friends as they recruit Raven the raven, Grayson the moose and Ellie the squirrel on a day they will never forget.

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The Boy Who Was Bullied
John Peters Humphrey – Drafter of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights
by  Anne Huestis Scott

Born in Hampton, New Brunswick in 1905, John Peters Humphrey suffered much personal loss, including the loss of his left arm at age 6, however, he rose above tragedy and bullying to become an international hero.

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Au-dela de l'intimidation
(The Boy Who Was Bullied- French Edition)
John Peters Humphrey – Drafter of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights
by  Anne Huestis Scott

Born in Hampton, New Brunswick in 1905, John Peters Humphrey suffered much personal loss, including the loss of his left arm at age 6, however, he rose above tragedy and bullying to become an international hero.

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A Sense of the Sea
Our View of the Sea and How We Got It
by Brian Whitehouse 

Sailor and oceanographer, Dr. Brian Whitehouse, presents the sea we grew up with, and the one that is coming. Read this book to rediscover the sea, and to realize how you obtained your sense of it. The story focuses on the heyday of oceanography, that four-decade period when we had a fathomless thirst for discovery, the Soviet Union was in our shadows, Rachael Carson defined our sense of environment, and the adventures of Jacques Cousteau took us to unknown worlds.

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Touchstones
Touchstones
Encounters with the Spirit of Nova Scotia
by by B. Armstrong, K. Nieuwland & L.Langille

Bruce Armstrong’s first-hand narrative of his journey to selected sacred sites in Nova Scotia and Karen Nieuwland’s original photographs combine in an exploration of the history and character of these sacred places.

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