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Lets Make It Right
A Book That Explores the Rights of Children Around the World
by Anne Huestis Scott

Have you ever wondered about children's rights? Do you know that all children have the right to play and relax, and the right to be protected from being hurt? Are you aware that some children do not have their rights respected? Let's Make It Right tells about children's rights with over 90 photos of children from 26 countries around the world.

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Aqua
Aqua
Waterways of Cape Breton
by Pat O’Neil
Photos by Barry Morrison

In this book you will discover much about Cape Breton’s waterways, including their physical features and how each of these waterways contributed to our natural and human history. You’ll learn practical facts, such as species of fish in each waterway and where marinas and beaches are located, and for the believers, some folklore and ‘fish stories’. AQUA is not a guide book. It is a ‘casual reference’, as useful and informative for outdoor enthusiasts as it is entertaining for armchair adventure

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Halifax in your Pocket
by Stella McNeil

A photographic tour of Halifax’s most popular and historic sights, this little book is ideal for pocket or purse. Acts as a first step in exploring Halifax’s colourful past, as well as the vibrant present day city.

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Christmas Star Power
by David Weale
Illustrator: Wilna Clark-Gerami

David Weale, 2014 winner of the TD book giveaway for children, and author of The True Meaning of Crumbfest, a best-selling Christmas classic, offers us this heart-warming celebration of a family reunited on Christmas Eve.

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Midnight Marauders
by Geraldine Tuck

This 1931 adventure highlights rum runners along Nova Scotia’s south shore. When eleven- year-old Dan Veinott boards the Martha Rae, he discovers that the town peddler, Corker, is smuggling rum. But he can’t tell his father because he owes Corker his life. Join Dan and his friend Becky as they try to foil Percy Brown’s illegal business. For things to change on the baseball lot, they must also face the town bully. First published in 1991, Midnight Marauders was selected as an Our Choice book by the Canadian Children’s Book Centre.

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Moonlight Marauders
by Geraldine Tuck

Junior detective Dan Veinotte and his best friend, Becky Wentzelle, are on a wild treasure hunt to find the missing gold nuggets. This is the second book in the Marauder Mystery Series, after bestselling Midnight Marauders.

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The Island Hoppers
by Douglas Arthur Brown

This book is the world's first glimpse into the lives of the Island Hoppers, strange and remarkable creatures, including the Brens, Hhorts, Velyns, Gnags, Tomboms, Yrtles and Selch, that roamed Cape Breton 10,000 years ago.

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The Phone Book
by Mary Jane Copps

From The Phone Lady, a North American company focusing on excellent telephone communication skills, this book will provide you with the expertise recognized by business media – radio, television and print- including the Wall Street Journal.

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Acadie Then and Now
A People’s History
Under the direction of Warren Perrin, Mary Broussard and Phil Comeau

**Winner of international literary award : 2015 Prix France – Acadie Prize This collection of articles from 50 authors chronicles historical and contemporary realities of the Acadian and Cajun people. It takes an international perspective, providing readers with new insights on the past, present and future of the Acadian descendents.

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Wreck Hunter 2
by Terry Dwyer

Experience the thrills, excitement and challenges that are associated with searching for shipwrecks and sunken treasure, while learning about the latest cutting edge technology, techniques and tools used to locate shipwrecks. This is an indispensable book.

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Louis R. Comeau
Portrait of a Remarkable Acadian
by Sally Ross

Once described as talkative and forthright – a hard man to dislike – Louis R. Comeau has always been an advocate for the Acadian community and has used his energy, foresight and skills to be an agent of change.

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Pamela Pollock’s Perilous Adventure
by Elizabet Stevens
Illustrator: Robert Lyon

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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To Lain Roads
by J.D. Goossens

An unexpected celebration of the city of Vancouver, To Lain Roads is a comic work of literary fiction that triumphs in smoking out stark humour, and hope, from the oddest of people and places.

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The Humor Advantage
by Michael Kerr

Energize employees and turn customers into passionate lifelong fans. Leverage The Humor Advantage to deliver outrageous results in your workplace.

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Hearts of Oak
by Gail Crawford

The result of two decades of research, travel, and interviews, Hearts of Oak illuminates the life and times of Gaelic Presbyterians from Scotland’s North-West Ross. Part memoir, part documentary, part social history, Hearts of Oak follows their arrival on the shores of Boularderie in 1837 to their gradual migration into urban areas.

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Scotia Sinker
by Alison Delorys

Cameron and Erin take a new adventure in their cardboard box — this time, to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean! In Lunar Lifter, the first story in their adventure-packed series, they used magic markers to transform their box into a spaceship that took them to the moon. Now, when they find their damaged Lunar Lifter on the beach, they use their remaining pens to repair and trans- form it into a small submarine called Scotia Sinker.

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