Winter 2022 ARTA Bookshelf
Homesteading in the Last Best West by Elaine Ayre. Friesen Press, 2022. Memoir. This book is based on the author’s grandfather’s personal memoir relating his homesteading in southeastern Saskatchewan in 1909.
No Good Asking: A Novel by Fran Kimmel. ECW Press, 2018. Fiction. What can happen when one family reaches out to a little girl on the run from dire circumstances? Deeply moving, highly recommended – BookList Reviews.
Six Under After Five by Lowell Leffler. Friesen Press, 2021. Memoir. A humorous collection of short stories based on growing up in rural southern Alberta in the 1950s and ’60s.
Footsteps and Whispers: The Series (Unabridged) by Elesa Diane Willies. First Choice Books, 2019 (3rd ed.). Nonfiction. Grande Cache: Alberta’s gateway to the mysterious. Enjoy stories and poems of people’s unusual experiences with animals, spirits, and the land itself. Beautifully illustrated.
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