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  • Author: Ryan, Darlene
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    Evie is determined to care for her baby - even if it means kidnapping her.

  • Author: McClintock, Norah
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    "Jojo's back, released from jail, and people are tense and afraid all over again. They wonder if his friends will start showing up again. They wonder if they'll be walking down the street one day and they'll run into...

  • Author: Spafford-Fitz, Karen
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    Turk needs cash, but he's allergic to his own sweat so getting a job is out of the question. Then he makes a discovery: Girls love dogs. Turk's friends will do anything to meet girls. Turk starts a dog walking business. His...

  • Author: Rodman, Sean
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    Bex loves urban exploration--sneaking into abandoned locations--but he always plays it safe. Then a new kid, Kieran, offers him a risky, irresistible mission.

  • Author: Van Tol, Alex
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    Jill is enduring a brutal summer job on a mountain ranch, guiding wannabe-cowboys on trail rides. On a solo ride with a handsome stranger she ends up in a fight for her life with no one to help her.

  • Author: Tullson, Diane
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    "Some days it's just easier not to go to school at all. Adam has been slacking off lately, but today he stuck around to see his girlfriend. When Josh, who has been bullied mercilessly, brings a gun to school, the building is...

  • Author: Winter, Kathleen
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    A chronicle of author Kathleen Winter's journey through the Northwest Passage, including vivid descriptions of the land and its people.

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    Monster trucks, fire trucks, garbage trucks, concrete pumping trucks and so many of the world's biggest trucks. They lift, haul, dig, pour, drag doing so much to work for us everyday. Here are so many of these trucks with photos of...

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    From strange behaviour to interesting prey-vs.-predator relationships to fantastical creatures, the animal world is full of fascinating facts about our furry, feathered and scaly friends: * The wood frog burrows into the leaf litter in...

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    The Canadian West has a history littered with tales of robbers and murderers. These frontier days were long before faxes, DNA analysis and e-mail, and the bad guys could hide in plenty of empty country before they met up with the mighty...

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    Don't walk under ladders! Place a star on the top of your Christmas tree. Superstitions and traditions often govern how we participate in life. But what of the uniquely Canadian superstitions and traditions practiced across the...

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    Gardeners call compost ''black gold''--it is the product of decomposition of your kitchen scraps and yard waste and it works miracles in your soil. Use it to fertilize your beds and gardens indoors and out, to amend...

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    You probably already know Edmonton as the Festival City, with close to 40 festivals held year round, and the City with the Largest Mall in North America (West Edmonton Mall), but did you know Alberta's capital city is also...

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    The American frontier was a rough place where only the tough survived. Gold and cattle were king, and many took up stealing the former and rustling the latter. Billy the Kid, the Daltons, Jesse James, the Reno Brothers and many more...

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    Anorak, butter tart, ballicatter, kayak, stubby, toonie--these are familiar Canadian words. But where did they come from? What quirks of language and fate have made them truly Canadian? Even though we speak the same language as the...

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    Alberta is the land of big skies, big dreams and sometimes just plain big, weird things. For example, the province is home to the world's largest manmade waterfall, the world's largest beaver, a gopher museum where stuffed...

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    Alberta is more than just black gold, wheat fields and stampedes--it has a fascinating, bizarre and amazing history: Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is named after a brave who got too close to the action and...

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    Collection of creepy, ghoulish, scary, comforting, weird, paranormal, unnerving stories appropriate to telling around a campfire for all ages.

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    A madcap guide to hiding out in Canada and passing oneself off as a local; the how-to book on quirky Canadian ways.

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    This delightful compendium presents all that is weird and wonderful about Canadian gardens. Did you know we used to think tomatoes were poisonous? Did you know radishes are related to cabbage, broccoli and mustard? Discover all sorts of...

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