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In the News - Dirty Food by Julie Van RosendaalSee more
The Dirty Food cookbook is a  push back against the clean eating movement and will help eliminate any guilt about sticky, saucy, gooey, crumbly, messy, shareable food! Watch for Julie Van Rosendaal on CTV's The Social on November 19th.
This title was also featured in a half page article in the Globe and Mail in November with local and regional media around the country...In stock now -

 
Mapping My Way Home: A Gitxsan HistorySee more
WINNER of the Roderick Haig-Brown Regional Prize - 2017 BC Book Prizes and 2nd prize awarded in the Lieutenant-Governer's Medal for Historical Writing
Author Neil Sterritt speaks about his book on CBC Daybreak North here:

 

Granny Get Your Glue GunSee more


Voted one of the 10 BEST BOOKS FOR GRANDPARENTS in GRAND Magazine September/October 2017



Featured in Thunder Bay, Ontario:
tbnewswatch.com,
 online article
Segment on TBT News (below)

More Media:



Rocks Rivers and RidgesSee more
Click below to listen to Dale Leckie's interview on Daybreak  Alberta, Saturday July 22, 2017




Additional media coverage:
Jasper Fitzhugh Article July 2017

Born to the WildSee more


Bronze Winner, IPPY Awards
CANADA-WEST – BEST REGIONAL NON-FICTION


BC Booklook article

 

And, an article in the International Game Warden Magazine....

"Born to the Wild (ISBN 9780994051806) is not a “game warden” book in the true sense of the word. It isn’t a book about chasing poachers, although there is some discussion about poachers and hunters in it. But that doesn’t matter one bit. This book is just pure gold. I absolutely loved it for a number of reasons."


 


Whitewater Cooks with PassionSee more

The #1 BC Bestseller of 2015

 

WHITEWATER COOKS WITH PASSION

By Shelley Adams Alicon Holdings

 

This is the fourth book in the Whitewater Cooks series. The series began when Shelley Adams ran the Fresh Tracks Café at Whitewater Ski Resort in Nelson. Adams wrote the first cookbook in 2005 and hasn't stopped since. They've all been B.C. bestsellers and Whitewater Cooks With Passion, which focuses on fresh, healthy recipes, is no different.