- Julie of the Wolves
- Miyax, like many adolescents, is torn. But unlike most, her choices may determine whether she lives or dies. At 13, an orphan, and unhappily married, Miyax runs away from her husband's parents' home, hoping to reach San Francisco and her pen pal. But she becomes lost in the vast Alaskan tundra, with no food, no shelter, and no idea which is the way to safety.
- Black Pepper Visions: Original Folktales & Stories You Can Eat
- Black Pepper Visions brings to the table i a good read, great foodlore, and recipes. The fictional characters use food as a port of entry to other realms where hearts can mend and isolation can dissolve. The 160-page book (16 delectable stories) is for those who can taste the magic of food. It's also for those who want to.
- The Northern Heartland Kitchen
- "With this book Beth Dooley has squelched that old, out-of-touch snobbery that claimed, ‘There's no Food there.’ Food is alive and thriving here in the upper Midwest in more ways than most of us can count, and Beth has captured it all on these pages. So if you want to revel in the seasons and in the ingenuity and brilliance of local artisanship, sit back and start reading—then head for the kitchen.
- Food That Really Schmecks (Life Writing)
- Edna Staebler who recently passed away in her 101st year was an award-winning journalist and a regular contributor to Maclean’s, Chatelaine, and many other magazines. She is the author of Cape Breton Harbour, Places I’ve Been and People I’ve Known and the Schmecks cookbook series.
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