New notes explain the historical context behind these fascinatingly creepy fin-de-siècle tales of Quebec, set following the Seven Years War, when Britain took possession of French Canada.
280 pages 5.5 X 8.5
Originally published in 1894, this remains the only novel ever published to depicts the 1866 invasion of British-ruled Canada by Irish republicans, an event that would help set the stage for Confederation.
5.5 X 8.5
Publication: October 2015
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A compelling, enigmatic novel about a beautiful, enigmatic woman, Anne’s House of Dreams depicts Anne in a friendship with the mysterious and hauntingly lovely Leslie Moore.
A best-seller since its first publication over a century ago. Anne’s unexpected arrival at Green Gables is not the only surprise faced by her new guardians. New preface and original photographs.
5.5 x 8.5
Frederick Philip Grove
Available for the first time in a book for young readers, Frederick Philip Grove’s fast-moving and beautifully written young adult novel is an action-packed tale of survival and intrigue in Depression-era Ontario. New notes and preface by Jen Rubio.
170 pages 5.5 X 8.5