Tom's River: A story of science and salvation is a masterful story of how corporate interests and corrupt politicians almost turned a quiet suburban New Jersey town into a toxic wasteland.
First came the boom - the loud, deep, unapologetic bellow that seemed to erupt from the very core of the earth.
What do beavers, ferns, birds, turtles, green roofs and ponds have in common? Each one of these subjects is a featured topic in this year's 2013 Nature in the City series that begins February 15 at the Wolf Performance Hall.
The second edition of Gateway to Canada is an advanced ESL reading text. It also is a great book for grade school students to gain an understanding of Canadian topics such as history, geography, politics, sports, art and culture. The beautiful full-colour photographs alone make
The 2012 Geminid meteor shower is fast approaching and will peak on the 13/14 and will probably still be going strong on the 14/15.
Author Neil Forkey's Canadians and the Natural Environment to the Twenty-First Century provides clear and easy to read case studies on Canada's complex environmental issues. Forkey addresses the ongoing relationship between humans and the natural world across national and
One of my all time favourite Christmas cookbooks is Southern Living Magazine's Cooking for Christmas: favourite holiday recipes to share with family and friends. The selections allow you to
While we might think that this century is a forerunner in rapid and dramatic changes in society, conventions and the arts we are not the first. Thomas Christensen's book 1616: the world in motion discusses the great changes that took place in attitudes, traditions, d