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Novels and more featuring Cape Breton music and Maritime culture
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By: Dave Mahalik
Photos by: Murdock Smith
An Insider`s Account of the music festival that brings the best of
Cape Breton and international Celti..
is an anthology of nine short stories by Cape Breton authors about Cape
Breton. Included are “The Burnt Forest” by the late R. J. MacSween,
The second edition in the Cape Breton slang dictionary series. The book
captures the distinct and colourful words and phrases used to describe
By: Mary Anne Ducharme
He was a terrific teacher struggling with his alcoholism, a proud
survivor of polio and a fascinating, vital human being. ..
By: Sheldon MacInnes
Buddy MacMaster, the renowned Cape Breton fiddler, grew up in
Judique, Inverness County, and was influenced by some of the g..
Author: Bill Doyle
Cape Breton is famous the world over for its senic trails, Celtic
music and traditions, strong Mi'kmaq community, and unique d..
Celtic music scholar and musician Liz Doherty is no stranger to Cape
Breton music – in fact she has made a study of it. Doherty’s exposure
NEW REVISED EDITION.
Much more than a useful and informative guide, Cape Breton Highlands
National Park gives readers a genuine compaion as respe..
Mouth-watering recipes from twenty eight of Cape Breton's best restaurants.
Cape Breton Tastes presents but a sample of the food available on the
Cape Breton's Christmas : A Treasury of Stories and Memories
Edited by Ron Caplan
From the heart of Cape Breton, Christmas radiates through storie..
By Liz Feltham
Soups can comfort you when you’re sick, tickle your taste buds at the
start of a meal, and envelop you with warmth on a winter’s d..
Cape Breton Island has its own heritage, music and tartan. And now it has its own dictionary.
The tongue-in-cheek dictionary has been a wildly succes..
Barry Shears is a
native of Glace Bay, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, and an acknowledged
expert on the history of traditional piping in Nova Scoti..
Author: Richard McKinnon
Many people associate folklore with dusty old songs and ghost stories
that all sound suspiciously the same. Richard MacK..
The Story is
Roddie’s. The stage is his guardian and grandfather Calum’s. A quiet and
stoic man, Calum Gillies and his aging friends illuminat..
you afraid of things that go bump in the night? Do you think someone is
watching you even though no one is there? Do doors and windows open an..
Glenn Graham, an accomplished Cape Breton fiddler, explores the roots
of the Cape Breton fiddling tradition, an art firmly rooted in Scottish
God's Country: Cape Breton Stories, Classic and RareCape Breton Island
continues to earn its place at the table of Canadian literature. God’s
The definitive cookbook of Nova Scotia combining traditional foods with
trends in today's cooking, and the best techniques. This is a must have
revised edition has new and detailed information on 40 new hiking
trails on Cape Breton Island, ranging from its very northern tip at
Michael Haynes is Mr. Hiking in Nova Scotia. The 7th edition of his
Hiking Trails of Nova Scotia sold 15,000 copies, and his eight-year
By Burt Feintuch
Photographed by Gary Samson
A representative set of individuals from Cape Breton provides
personal narratives about life and cu..
Canada is home to a unique blend of multicultural folktales, legends
and mysteries. Perhaps nowhere else is the richness of belief in the..
The magic of Peggy’s Cove at night, the rugged shorelines and clifftops,
the magical expanse of the Cape Breton Highlands mid-winter—all
this new edition of Maritime Mysteries, Bill Jessome brings together
over eighty of the region’s most spine-tingling tales—both old and
C. Lamont MacMillan had no idea of the life that awaited him when he
began his medical practice in Baddeck, Cape Breton, in 1928. At that
By: Neil J. McKinnon
In his moving memoir, Neil J. McKinnon lovingly describes the
farmlands and woods where his mother spent her earliest years,..
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