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Be Wolf

ISBN 9780888013217
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WINNER: McNally Robinson Book of the Year

An epic Canadian survival tale finds Reinhold Kaletsch, a German doctor, trapped in the middle of a northern Manitoba winter, running low on food and hope.

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Beatrice

ISBN 9780888012654
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Beatrice, Alberta is about to lose its livelihood after it is announced that the grain elevator will be demolished. Now a group of townspeople must rally together to save the life they know before they are forgotten forever.

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Beautiful Girl Thumb

ISBN 9780888013187
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Winner: Margaret Laurence Award for Fiction.

Being naughty has its perks, and Beautiful Girl Thumb and other stories offers the perfect advice on how to accomplish just that.

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Beavers Eh to Bea

ISBN 9780888012494
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Beavers Eh to Bea is the story of Lil Anderson, a well known scientist in the Lake of the Woods area, as she cares for, and falls in love with, an orphaned beaver named Eh. Readers will enjoy the heart-warming story of Eh-the-Beaver's life, full of trials and triumphs, but they will also get a first-hand look at the ways of Canadian wildlife.

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Beginnings

ISBN 9780920541944
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The semi-autobiographical life of Dorothy Livesay is told through this collection of short stories that sees young Winnipegger, Elizabeth, discover that childhood isn’t always as easy as it looks.

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Best Possible Face

ISBN 9780888010971
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L.B. Foote was Winnipeg's premiere commercial photographer during the city's exuberant period of rapid growth in the early 1900s. His images of the General Strike and of visiting royalty have become national treasures. This collection by the "Dean of Canadian press photographers" recreates the glory and sheer vitality of that era, but also documents the social injustices and poverty that accompany boom and boosterism.

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Beyond Borders

ISBN 9780888011657
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A night spent in a roadside motel, a Roman arena discovered in southeastern Manitoba, and a pair of small but observant figurines fill this anthology of Canadian and American writers from the prairies. Beyond Borders includes the works of well-known literary names like Carol Shields, Di Brandt, David Arnason, and Robert Kroetsch.

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Birdman

ISBN 9780969540632
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A chapbook by Todd Bruce

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Black Taxi

ISBN 9780888011985
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Black Taxi is Kendall Hunter's personal account, in words and photographs, of her year spent working, living, and documenting South Africa's journey to freedom.

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Black Tulips

ISBN 9780888011602
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Sometimes, the truth hurts. But often, as seen through the eyes of Bruce Eason’s collection of 29 short stories, the truth makes you laugh. Loudly.

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Blasphemer's Wheel

ISBN 9780888011794
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Lyric poet Patrick Friesen’s collection of new and selected poems shares stand-out moments of his life—from leaving the Mennonite Community to late-night trysts in Copenhagen in search of the perfect tattoo.

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Blind Crescent

ISBN 9780888014412
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Welcome to Blind Crescent, where everyone is watching, but nobody sees a thing. In this fictitious slice of suburban life, Michelle Berry peels back the pretentions of manicured lawns and the rictus smiles of “friendly” neighbours.

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Turnstone Press acknowledges the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Manitoba Arts Council, the Government of Canada through the Canada Book Fund, and the Province of Manitoba through Manitoba Culture Heritage, Tourism and Sport.

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