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Fall Preview: Check out our new titles for Fall 2016.

Winners' circle: Bravo to Heritage House author Barry Gough, recipient of the 2016 Washington State Historical Society Robert Gray Medal for distinguished and long-term contributions to Pacific Northwest history.

Award finalists: Congratulations to Amanda Spottiswoode and Molly March, whose kids' novel Brother XII's Treasure is nominated for a 2017 Chocolate Lily Prize.

In the spotlight: Congratulations to author-illustrator Caroll Simpson for her new book Whale Child and for being a selected author for the Canadian Children's Book Centre 2017 TD Children's Book Week Tour.


Upcoming Events

Jack Knox tours Vancouver Island for the launch of Hard Knox: Musings from the Edge of Canada

• Munros Books, Victoria, Wed, Oct 26, 7:30 pm

• Nanaimo Harbourfront Library, Wed, Nov 2, 6:30 pm

• Courtenay Public Library, Thurs, Nov 3, 3:00 pm

• Mulberry Bush Books, Parksville, Thurs, Nov 3, 7:00 pm

• Coles Books, Tillicum Mall, Victoria, Sat, Nov 12, 1:00 - 3:00 pm

• Volume One Books, Duncan, Wed, Nov 16, 2:00 pm

• Salt Spring Island Public Library, Fri, Nov 25, 3:00 pm

• Kamloops Chapters, Aberdeen Village Centre, Wed, Nov 30, 1:30 pm

• Shoal Centre, Sidney, Thur, Dec 1, 7:00 pm. Tix $5 at Tanner's Books

• Bolen Books, Hillside Mall, Victoria, Sat, Dec 10, 12:30 pm


Amanda Spottiswoode presents Brother XII's Treasure at the Victoria Children's Literature Roundtable, Mon, Nov 21, 7:00 pm, Saanich Centennial Branch Library


Linda Demeulemeester, author of the Grim Hill series will present Writing Tricks: The Magical Transformation of an Idea into a Spell Casting Tale, Tue, Nov 22, 4:00-5:00 pm, Richmond Public Library


Barbara Smith presents The Valiant Nellie McClung at Audreys Books, Edmonton, Thur, Dec 8, 7:00 pm



Remembered in Bronze and Stone

Author: Alan Livingstone MacLeod
David Macfarlane

Remembered in Bronze and Stone evokes the years immediately following the First World War, when grief was still freshly felt in communities from one end of Canada to the other. This book tells the story of the nation’s war memorials—particularly bronze or stone sculptures depicting Canadian soldiers—through the artists who conceived them, the communities that built them, and, above all, those who died in the war and were immortalized in these stunning sculptures raised in their honour. A century has passed since Canadians were scarred by the loss of more than sixty thousand sons and daughters, who now lie in faraway battlefield graves. Highlighting more than 130 monuments from coast to coast, Remembered in Bronze and Stone revives a pivotal period in history that changed Canada forever.

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Alan Livingstone MacLeod

Alan Livingstone MacLeod has a lifelong interest in history, nature, and writing. In 2010, after visiting the war memorial in Westville, Nova Scotia, MacLeod embarked on a research trip across Canada to visit similar First World War memorials, and soon he had amassed enough material to deliver lectures to various historical organizations across the country—and to write this book.

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