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Quality books about the Atlantic, by Atlantic authors. New: East Coast Nature Guides, NS Atlas, 50 Things to See on the Moon, Birchtown & the Black Loyalist Exp
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Atlantic Books Today Jun 22
Which Atlantic Books would you love to win? Here are 5 great books on local history to consider! Check out all the books and enter to win your at
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StellaofLaHave Jun 8
Time to see if reducing 100 straight pipes dumping raw sewage into the LaHave River has made a difference. 500 left to fix in this river alone. More work to do.
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Tidewater Books Jun 10
Our Featured for is 'East Coast Fossils: A visual guide to fossils, rocks and minerals in the Maritime Provinces' by Jeffrey C Domm Formac Publishing πŸ’•πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦πŸ“š
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Hike Nova Scotia Jun 7
Nature backpacks available at Cape Breton libraries this summer | 15 themed backpacks include brochures, books on sea life, activity ideas, and a bucket and shovel
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Formac Publishing Jun 6
We spy Jeff Domm's Formac Field Guide to Nova Scotia Birds and 's 50 Things to See With a Telescope in these kits. What an awesome way to get people out and exploring their own back yards!
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Tidewater Books Jun 3
Happy Everyone! Let's enjoy lovely land with 'East Coast Wildflowers: A visual guide to the plants and flowers of the Maritime Provinces' by Mary Primrose & Marian Munro πŸ’•πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦πŸ“šπŸŒΈπŸŒΌ
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Formac Publishing Jun 3
ICYMI: we're hiring! Get your applications in ASAP and come work with us!
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Formac Publishing May 31
Come work with us! We're hiring a Publishing Assistant. Apply ASAP!
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John Read May 27
Jupiter last night through a travel telescope. Can you see the moon "Io" near the limb? Great Red Spot not visible. (single image processed from 200 video frames)
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Tidewater Books May 20
Mmmm, it is a yummy Featured in Store today! 'East Coast Favourite Fishcakes: Plus baked beans and other great accompaniments by Team! πŸ’•πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦πŸ“šπŸ²
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John Read May 11
Maybe a bit over processed, but here is tonight's Moon taken with an iPhone (through a small telescope).
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Atlantic Books Today May 9
Look at all those (and one super magazine!) at in Halifax
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Formac Publishing May 10
Check out this video of John A. Read showing you features on the moon. His book, 50 Things to See on the Moon is available now! This book is great for first-time stargazers of all ages.
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Andre Fenton May 9
Thrilled to be part of ! See you there πŸ™‚
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John Read May 6
Solar observing in Saint John! Stop on by and look at the Sun (with proper protection)!
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Lorimer Kids & Teens Apr 30
"Africville" documents how the city of Halifax destroyed Africville and much later apologized for it β€” and how the spirit of the community lives on. Read more about Righting Canada's Wrongs: Africville here:
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AfterWords Literary Festival Apr 22
Andre Fenton joins the AfterWords stage this fall! Award-winning author/spoken word artist/filmmaker whose work focuses on social justice, advocacy, and community, is the author of Ode to Teen Angst and Worthy of Love
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John Read Apr 5
Hot off the press! First hardcover edition of 50 Things To See On The Moon from . Look for it in bookstores soon!
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John Read Apr 3
Nice surprise in the mailbox today! Opened up the current issue of SkyNews to discover 50 Things to See on the Moon!
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Your Morning Mar 22
Stella Bowles is Canada's first Walk of Fame Community Hero for her work to clean up the LaHave River in Nova Scotia.
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