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  • “The Flying Squirrel Stowaways” by Marijke Simons

    Province: Nova Scotia

    It’s wintertime in Nova Scotia and two flying squirrels are busy exploring the woods around their spruce-tree home. After a busy night of playing and gliding and snacking, they’re ready to settle down and sleep all day. Turns out their new home has been chosen as Halifax’s annual thank-you gift, the Boston Christmas Tree. The little squirrels have no idea they’re about to embark on a journey across Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Maine on the way to Boston.


  • “The Walking Bathroom” by Shauntay Grant & Erin Bennett Banks

    Province: Nova Scotia

    It’s Halloween and Amayah doesn’t have a costume to wear to school. She dressed as a ghost for the last three years in a row, witches are overdone, and fairies are not her style. She wants to be something different, something creative, something no one else in the world has ever been in the history of Halloween.


  • “DEVELOP OF PERISH” by Gerhard P.Bassler

    Province: Newfoundland and Labrador

    Develop or Perish is an illustrated companion to Escape Hatch by Gerhard P. Bassler. Most of the pictures in this book were offered for publication by the more than 100 immigrants and Newfoundlanders interviewed about Newfoundland’s New Industries of the 1950s and 1960s.


  • “HAUNTED GROUND: Ghost Stories from the Rock” by Dale Jarvis

    Province: Newfoundland and Labrador

    With leaping witches, dancing devils, phantom locomotives, and even a ghostly kitten or two, there is no mistaking that you are exploring truly haunted ground. Welcome to Newfoundland and Labrador—a place so steeped in history and tradition that some inhabitants never, ever, want to leave.


  • “Last Lullaby” by Alice Walsh

    Province: Nova Scotia

    Set in the fictional town of Paddy’s Arm, Newfoundland, Alice Walsh’s debut mystery novel is at once harrowing and homey, equal parts police procedural and diner gossip. When Claire and Bram’s only child dies suddenly, it at first appears to be a case of crib death. But when the real cause of death indicates homicide and Claire is arrested as the number-one suspect, her friend, lawyer Lauren LaVallee, promises she’ll do everything she can to prove Claire’s innocence.


  • “I Remain, Your Loving Son” Intimate Stories of Beaumont-Hamel

    Province: Newfoundland and Labrador

    Inside these covers you will find deeply personal stories of Beaumont-Hamel, told by the soldiers themselves and their relatives back home, by their descendants, and by others who have found distinctive ways of bringing an intimate touch to what is sometimes described as the saddest day in Newfoundland and Labrador history...


  • “The Worst And Best Of The Premiers” by Bill Rowe

    Province: Newfoundland and Labrador

    Part memoir, part history, The Worst and Best of the Premiers and Some We Never Had is Bill Rowe’s most ambitious work of non-fiction to date. The book observes with a critical and humorous eye the landscape of Newfoundland and Labrador politics since Confederation in 1949...


  • “A Bird On Every Tree” Stories by Carol Bruneau

    Province: Nova Scotia

    Carol Bruneau, author of six acclaimed works of fiction (most recently, These Good Hands), brings her finely honed voice to 12 new stories about shifting concepts of Nova Scotian identity...


  • SNACK time with the Sidekick Fall Fun Sticks feature

    Snack Time With The Sidekick – Fall Fun Sticks

    Province: Nova Scotia

    Sea and be Scene presents a brand new Food & Dining feature - Snack Time with The Sidekick. In this first episode - fall fun sticks - a quick, easy and super fun kid-friendly snack. Perfect for parties or just enjoying on your own. WATCH...


  • More Casting News for LITTLE DOG

    Province: Newfoundland and Labrador

    As production continues in the homeland, NL's Joel Thomas Hynes and his team share the growing list of on camera talent for their boxing based comedy set to premiere on CBC in the New Year. Have a look...