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  • Bill and Cooby Mazo de la Roche

    Dundurn 2015; Not Available

    Bill and Coo were two pigeons who built their nest in the shelter of the gable of the Dullards? house. Mr. and Mrs. Dullard hated all birds, especially pigeons. Mr. Dullard even tries to hit Bill with a rock, but the rock bounced back from the roof and hit Mr. Dullard instead. After that they let the pigeons alone, but they grumbled about them continually.... more...

  • A Boy in the Houseby Mazo de la Roche

    Dundurn 2015; Not Available

    In this short but poignant tale, Mazo de la Roche tells the story of a small boy from an orphan home who has come to work for two sisters ? Mrs Morton and Lydia Dove ? who are, in old age, suffering greatly reduced circumstances. They have rented out half of their house to a writer, Lindley, who has sought out this isolated spot for the writing of... more...

  • Delightby Mazo de la Roche

    Dundurn 2015; Not Available

    This early novel from the pen of one of Canada?s most universally known writers sparkles with life and vitality. Here we find the primitive, the natural, and the innocent in conflict with the conventional, the civilized, and the corrupt. And here we meet Delight Mainprize, whose extraordinary beauty and charm come close to devastating an entire community. more...

  • Explorers of the Dawnby Mazo de la Roche

    Dundurn 2015; Not Available

    From the author of the Jalna series comes the tale of three motherless young boys sent away by their father to boarding school while he travels the world. The boys? explorations lead them further than their wild imaginations ever dreamed, and teach them lessons they?ll remember for life. more...

  • Growth of a Manby Mazo de la Roche

    Dundurn 2015; Not Available

    Shaw Manifold is a born forester, of hardy stock. A fatherless boy of nine, he was brought up in the rugged environment of his grandfather?s farm, a lonely youngster in the midst of callous elders. His only ally was his mother, Cristabel, whose work removed her to a distant city. Mother and son lived for their reunions: their private world was a tortured... more...

  • Lark Ascendingby Mazo de la Roche

    Dundurn 2015; Not Available

    This is essentially a novel of contrast ? a story of light and shade, a contrast of Sicilian exuberance with the restraints of life in a Massachusetts fishing village. It finds beloved author Mazo de la Roche in a new vein. Here is a narrative lighter in quality than those which have to do with the turbulent Jalna scene, but no less sure in its characterization;... more...

  • Possessionby Mazo de la Roche

    Dundurn 2015; Not Available

    For Derek Vale, Grimstone farm is more than an inheritance. It?s an adventure and a retreat all in one, and a chance to start over. But when an affair with a seasonal fruit-picker crosses racial lines, a gathering scandal and an unexpected child are only the first signs of a storm that could rip Grimstone from its foundations. more...

  • The Song of Lambertby Mazo de la Roche

    Dundurn 2015; Not Available

    Lambert, a little lamb with an angelic singing voice, is carried off to the South Pole by rich, grouchy Mr. Van Grunt, who plans to eat him one day. Instead, the two become best friends and enjoy the adventure of a lifetime. more...

  • The Two Saplingsby Mazo de la Roche

    Dundurn 2015; Not Available

    This novel from Jalna author Mazo de la Roche tells the story of two families, English and American, on whom circumstances have played a strange prank which might have had unhappy consequences. As an experiment, they send off their sons to see the other's country, but then war intervenes, and the story of the Wyldes and the Rendels shows the problems... more...

  • The Tea Planter's Wifeby Dinah Jefferies

    Penguin Books Ltd 2015; US$ 12.78

    Dinah Jefferies' unforgettable new novel, The Tea Planter's Wife is a haunting, tender portrait of a woman forced to choose between her duty as a wife and her instinct as a mother... Nineteen-year-old Gwendolyn Hooper steps off a steamer in Ceylon full of optimism, eager to join her new husband. But the man who greets her at the tea plantation... more...