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Canada

  • Vancouver Book of Everythingby Samantha Amara

    MacIntyrePurcell Publishing, Inc 2008; US$ 9.99

    From "Gassy" Jack Deighton and the Klondike Gold Rush to the Chinese Head Tax, the Strathcona Protest, the Vancouver Canucks, and the 2010 Olympic Winter Games, no book is more comprehensive and fun on Vancouver. Included among the interesting details of the city are profiles on original "Dominic Da Vinci," Larry Campbell, Douglas Coupland, environmentalist... more...

  • Secret Vancouver 2010by Alison Appelbe

    ECW Press 2009; US$ 10.95

    Revised and expanded for the 2010 Olympics.It?s been said that Vancouver is a little superficial. Observers point to her great bones, pretty face, and fine outerwear of mountains, gardens, trees and water. But there?s more to this Pacific coast city than good looks.Vancouver has character, warmth, brains and style ? even some spunk. Consider funky,... more...

  • Hamilton Book of Everythingby Kim Arnott

    MacIntyrePurcell Publishing, Inc 2008; US$ 9.99

    From the War of 1812 and George Hamilton to Steel City, the Ti-Cats, the Botanical Gardens, and profiles of Daniel Lanois, Thomas McQuesten, Martin Short, and Lincoln Alexander, no book on Hamilton is more comprehensive and fun. more...

  • V6Aby John Mikhail Asfour; Elee Kraljii Gardiner

    Arsenal Pulp Press 2012; US$ 19.95

    Stories, essays and poems about life in Vancouver?s Downtown Eastside, Canada?s most impoverished neighborhood. more...

  • Going to Townby Katherine Ashenburg

    McClelland & Stewart 2012; US$ 19.95

    Winner of The Ontario Historical Society?s Fred Landon Award for Best Regional History. With 300 photos and 11 maps. A work of unexpected delights and surprises: here is a one-of-a-kind guidebook that pinpoints the best of Ontario?s architectural heritage in its most charming towns, offers tantalizing and informative details of provincial history,... more...

  • Inuit and Whalers on Baffin Island Through German Eyesby William Barr; Bernd Gieseking; Ludguer Müller-Wille

    Baraka Books 2012; US$ 22.99

    Told from an ordinary man?s perspective, these are the journal and letters of Wilhelm Weike as he accompanied Franz Boas—the father of modern anthropology—on his journey to the arctic from 1883 to 1884. This extraordinary document of early arctic history provides a plain, direct view of the Inuit and the whalers in their arctic environment at the end... more...

  • Uncle John's Bathroom Reader Weird Canadaby Bathroom Readers' Institute

    Portable Press 2013; US$ 19.95

    Did you know that Canada was almost called Hochelaga? That?s just one of thousands of wacky facts awaiting readers in Uncle John?s quirky celebration of Earth?s second largest country. You?ll find page after page of bizarre history (like why the beaver was once classified as a fish), plus head-scratching news items (like the crook who returned to... more...

  • Uncle John's Bathroom Reader Plunges into Canadaby Bathroom Readers' Institute

    Portable Press 2014; US$ 19.95

    Uncle John and the folks at the Bathroom Readers? Institute love all things Canadian and figure that just because we weren?t lucky enough to be born in the Great White North doesn?t mean we can?t devote an entire Bathroom Reader to the cause . . . and this time we?re doing it in Technicolor! Uncle John?s Plunges into Canada (Illustrated Edition)... more...

  • Uncle John's Bathroom Reader Plunges into Canada, Eh!by Bathroom Readers' Institute

    Portable Press 2012; US$ 18.95

    For 25 years, Uncle John?s Bathroom Reader has been wildly popular in Canada, so we decided to dedicate an entire edition to our friends in the Great White North?even though much of the continental U.S. is north of Canada?s southernmost point. That misconception?and a whole lot more?is revealed in this loving ode to a friendly nation with a colorful... more...

  • Saskatchewan Book of Mustsby D. Grant Black

    MacIntyrePurcell Publishing, Inc 2009; US$ 9.99

    From fox hunting Victorian-style on the Prairies, to the crooked trees of Alticane, to sipping cappuccinos on Broadway in Saskatoon, or spa hopping and tunnel touring in Moose Jaw, this is the MUST list every Saskatchewanian MUST have. From strolling Regina?s Wascana Centre to exploring outlaw haunts in the Big Muddy, Grey Owl, Dief, jazz and folk... more...