Douglas & McIntyre Reviews
"A stunning collection studies of contemporary art works by Northwest indigenous artists, mostly from western coastal parts of British Columbia, Canada. Impeccably presented, each photograph is displayed against a black background on one page, while the facing page displays the title of the work, name ...
The Midwest Book Review, Dec 11, 2012Read more about Seekers and Travellers >>
"The book reveals the author's hard work and commitment to historical research and to artistic excellence. [...] The book ought to appeal to anyone interested in the career of an excellent marine artist. With more than 90 very well executed, dynamic coloured illustrations, it is well worth the price."
The Northern Mariner, Dec 11, 2012Read more about Voyages >>
"His is a truly moving presentation, with quotations and facts that make this piece of history something to read through your tears. In Zuehlke's capable hands, it's hard to believe that such an attack was attempted, especially one that was so difficult to plan and co-ordinate. Zuehlke [...] is not content ...
Winnipeg Free Press, Nov 23, 2012Read more about Tragedy at Dieppe >>
"Keery and Wyatt's concise and visually enriched version of Canada's role and military experiences in that period and event include a simple reminder as well: the United States' great big (geographically) neighbor to the north is not an addendum to our own national experience and culture; Canada is ...
School Library Journal, Oct 4, 2012Read more about Canada at War >>
"[Rob Feenie's] book, with a forward by Toronto chef and Food Network Canada star Mark McEwan, celebrates family traditions in an assembly of recipes that brim with colour and flavour -- culinary traditions that speak volumes of the family man this iconic Canadian chef is."
Ottawa Citizen, Oct 3, 2012Read more about Rob Feenie's Casual Classics >>
"...a breezy, insightful and unabashedly self-serving business-book-cum-memoir of his tempestuous tenure. He convincingly outlines just how difficult his job was, and succeeds in making you truly care about the CBC -- an impressive feat…"
Point of View, Oct 3, 2012Read more about The Tower of Babble >>
"In chronicling Amundsen's career, Bown shows that it is ultimately an explorer's vision, not his or her business acumen or public relations skills, that makes incredible feats possible. For the armchair explorers among his readers, Bown offers a second, more poignant layer of insight into how the modern ...
Canadian Geographic, Oct 1, 2012Read more about The Last Viking >>