LOGO2Preposterous Fables for Unusual Children, Driftwood Saga, and An Odd Little Book nicely represent our eclectic selection of books for children and young adults that you won’t find just anywhere.  

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Oklahoma-born, Yale and Colorado University graduate John A. Masters moved to Calgary in 1966 as president of Kerr-McGee Canada. But he left Kerr-McGee later, and formed Canadian Hunter Exploration Lt

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This book has been lovingly compiled to celebrate the convergence of the life of St. Francis of Assisi and the groundbreaking frescoes of the 13th century artist, Giotto di Bandone, as seen by million

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“Requiem for the Last Indian”, a novel, is set largely in the frozen, inhospitable land of the Cree Indians bordering the James and Hudson Bays in northern Canada. This is an area which drew brave

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Virginia May grew up in post-WWII England, raised by a single mother. Unable to pay for travel abroad, she went to work in Switzerland to learn about a wider world she did not know. This book describe

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The Rev’d. James Biddle loves good books and traditional values, fearing the brave new digital world and the interweb. He’s thirty-six. He fights modernization. Fights and fails to stop his own St

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Set in early 20th century India, a story of the struggles of a woman of extraordinary strength and character living in a conservative society during a period of cultural and political change. Sudhir J

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The Siberian Odyssey of Hans Schroeder is the ironic and tragic story of a young German mesmerized by the Hitler Youth aura who finds himself on the Russian front where he is taken prisoner. Years lat

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Following an unexpected visit from the White Rabbit, the creative abilities of the Wandering Stars are put to the test when they’re thrust into the middle of a skirmish between the absurdly playful

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The Wandering Stars must grapple with an abstract artist who steals the vanishing point from all of history!  Plus, the Invisible Hand is logging the Philosophers Forest with his Seven Deadly Sins! J

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A beautifully illustrated tribute to a remarkable, self-taught artist of the Canadian West. The 81 oil paintings by Brestler featured in this volume depict perennial and endearing aspects of the West

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In this fascinating book, Dr. Baumfield brings to light fascinating aspects of Krishna, the mythic, religious figure of many voices, many guises. Researched with sound scholarly thoroughness, Stories

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This is a NEW EDITION of one of the most beautiful books published by Bayeux. The translators, William Radice (of the University of London) and Ketaki Dyson from Oxford, UK, are renowned scholars and

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From the Introduction… “All his life, my father, Miles Smeeton, wrote rhymes on bits of paper about any subject which interested or amused him. His output increased once my child

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Series Editor: Professor Julius Lipner, The Divinity School, University of Cambridge “Sita” is an ideal, an inspiration, an icon. Aimed primarily at high school students, this book may surprise ma

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“Yosemite” a 2015 Digital Book World Finalist

We are happy to announce that the enhanced eBook, “Yosemite: A Storied Landscape” has been accepted as a Finalist for the 2015 Digital Book World Awards. The winners will be announced in New York City in January 2015. “On the High Line,” an app, was a Finalist

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Bayeux title featured in Chinese film

” Journey to the West with the Stone Monkey,” a best-selling Bayeux title based on an ancient Chinese fable, has been featured in a Chinese movie, “The Old Classmate”. In the screenshot above, from the beginning of the movie, in an aircraft cabin, famous Chines

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2014 Poetry in Transit

Bayeux Poet Derk Wynand’s poem from the volume “Past Imperfect, Present Tense” has been selected by Vancouver’s Poetry in Transit.  Congratulations Derk.   In partnership with TransLink and BC Transit, the ABPBC produces a collection of poetry car cards and tra

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BAYEUX AUTHOR RECEIVES INTERNATIONAL HONOUR

The School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London has announced a gift of £20 million (approximately $32 million) from the Alphawood Foundation in Chicago to advance the study and preservation of Buddhist and Hindu art in Southeast Asia. The gift includes £15 mill

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