OXENDEN The Way It Was
by Lynne PorterThe Brucedale Press invites you to celebrate the launch of
OXENDEN The Way It Was with author and illustrator Lynne Porter Saturday, June 24, 2017 1:30 - 3:30 p.m. The Meeting Place, Wiarton 575 Edward Street, Wiarton, Ontario N0H 2T0 From Berford Street (Hwy 6), turn east at Mary Street, then right on Isaac Street to Edward. - reading - autographing - refreshments A portion of the day’s proceeds will go to Friends of Wiarton Branch Library To reserve copies or arrange mailing if you cannot attend, please email email@example.com or call 1-866-832-6025 ++++ OXENDEN The Way It Was The tale of two villages that evolved into one community. 38 vignettes recall the early years of Native occupation, the settlers who displaced the original inhabitants, and the more recent families who enjoy the scenic setting. Winding through time, the stories and original drawings by the author depict buildings past and present. Accounts of hardship and misery, hope and dreams show the profound connections among residents over a century and a half. OXENDEN The Way It Was concludes in the 1950s, as a new era changed everything. ISBN 978-1-896922-67-6 In Canada $18.00 until 1 September, then $20.00 96 pages with four archival maps and forty-one detailed drawings.
Michael O'Neill offers 14 heart-warming short stories of ordinary people--past and present--as they anticipate and celebrate the meanings of Christmas.
Home for Christmas
ISBN 978-1-896922-66-9 Large Print Edition $17.00
Birding Southern Bruce CountyNew from the author of Birding the Bruce Peninsula and Birding Saugeen Shores
Mike Pickup draws on decades of passionate birding to guide fourteen tours, taking you to the best places in southern Bruce County to spot birds in all seasons.
* Driving directions and maps.
* Colour photographs to help identify what you see
* Checklist to record your sightings.
* Spiral-bound for comfortable fit in pocket, backpack, or glove-box.
ISBN 978-1-896922-64 -5 64 pages $13.00
The Brucedale Press
CORKY by M. Suzanne Sloan
CORKY—a dog who touches many lives—in a book that shows the redemptive power of human/animal connections.
The dog's present and past owners—an immigrant farmer, a boutique owner, and a tourist-lodge worker— can scarcely believe their Airedale is charged with killing a man. Will the bond between Corky and one of his humans save the day?
Please join us for the launch of CORKY on Saturday, October 3, 2015 from 1:30-3:30 p.m. at the Flesherton Arty Gallery.
Quality softcover, 218 pages $20.00
Skyhill Stories text and art by Lillian Burgess
What began as a simple desire on the part of Lillian Burgess and her husband to build a house and work the land turned into a decades-long relationship with a small piece of the earth they named Skyhill Farm. The slow process of shaping and in turn, being shaped by this farm, has given all beings who live there a home, a place where they truly belong.
Skyhill Stories offers a quilt-like piecing together of many years of observations. Some early readers have suggested this book is a love story...The Brucedale Press invites you to join in celebrating the launch of Skyhill Stories by Lillian Burgess.
Sunday, December 6, 2-15 at Jest Arts in Durham, Ontario.
2-4 p.m. with reading, autographing, and light refreshments
A portion of the day's proceeds will support programs of the South Grey Bruce Youth Literacy Council.
Fully illustrated in colour quality softcover
$45.00 in Canada
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Tooling Around with Michael O'Neill takes readers down into trenches, up ladders, and around a hilly farm in midwestern Ontario. One day in the barn, the next in a wet basement, Mike applies humour in all situations. Equally handy with pitchfork, pipe wrench, and pen, he spins tales of on-the-job challenges and family fun.
Meet his helper Lady Bertha, the heifers that almost got away, and the grandsons who want him to play in the tree house. You'll chuckle as you follow Mike into crawl spaces and attics. Ride with him as Big Zed tackles thistles and a not-quite-all-terrain vehicle gives him a few surprises.
Michael O'Neill's stories have appeared in the weekly Lucknow Sentinel, a pair of independently published books, and the collection Our Farmily Farm: stories from Bruce & Grey.
The Brucedale Press
$18.00 in Canada