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Readying Rilla

L.M. Montgomery; Elizabeth Waterstons; Kate Waterston

Montgomery's handwritten manuscript is full of her careful corrections, reveailing how she added textual flavour and enhanced emotional depth,  

334 pages  

5.5 X 8.5  


  • Competitively priced new editions include introductions and annotation providing historical context 

  • Well-known and overlooked classics in Canadian Fiction

  • ​Suitable for General interest and Higher Education
The Adventure of Leonard Broadus

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



Anne's House of Dreams

L.M. Montgomery

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.

  • new introduction 
  • new annotations 
  • new artwork shows the original setting of the novel 

In the Midst of Alarms

Robert Barr

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.

280 pages

5.5 X 8.5


ISBN-13: 978-1-77244-001-0 

Publication: October 2015

Rilla of Ingleside

L.M. Montgomery

A new edition with notes and original photographs, recounting the experiences of Anne of Green Gables' daughter Rilla during the First World War.

380 pages  

5.5 X 8.5  


October 2015

Anne of Green Gables

L.M. Montgomery

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.

300 pages 

5.5 x 8.5



The Lane That Had No Turning

Gilbert Parker

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