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Douglas & McIntyre's spring 2018 preview

Douglas & McIntyre's spring 2018 preview

This Spring you can bring a tasty twist to your kitchen with Dan Jason and Michele Genest’s new garden-to-kitchen guide, Awesome Ancient Grains and Seeds. This book will help you grow and enjoy your own ancient grains and seeds and contains fifty delicious vegetarian recipes to try. For a different spin, Extraordinary Ornamental Edibles by Mike Lascelle is an inspiring and easy guide to growing and using perennial edibles in your Canadian garden.

Alok Mukherjee, the civilian overseer who served ten years as chair of the Toronto Police Services Board, teams up with Tim Harper to examine present and future policing practices in Canada in Excessive Force: Toronto’s Fight to Reform City Policing. With our country’s wellness in mind, Andrew MacLeod tackles the pressing issue of Canadian well-being and public policy in All Together Healthy.

Experience history through The Unceasing Storm by Katherine Luo, with a foreword by Giller-winner Madeleine Thien, as Luo shares a rare and poignant depiction of her life in mainland China during the Chinese Cultural Revolution. Delve into the life of Canada’s mad man of advertising, Frank Palmer, as he shares his competitive, flawed and ferocious life in Let’s Get Frank, by bestselling author Robin Brunet.

Through 26 Instagram-style photos accompanied by witty rhymes, Baby’s First Hashtag by Scott Feschuk and Susan Allen will help teach the alphabet to modern babies while fostering a sense of irony and entertaining millennial parents.

Douglas & McIntyre is excited to release Norval Morrisseau: Man Changing into Thunderbird by Armand Garnet Ruffo in paperback. This beautiful biography was originally published in 2014 and shortlisted in 2015 for the Governor General’s Literary Award for Creative Non-fiction. This Spring also brings a 40th Anniversary Edition of Indian Fishing by Hilary Stewart, which explores the importance of fishing for the First Nations of the Northwest Coast.

With over 100,000 copies sold, Indian Horse by Richard Wagamese is soon to be a major motion picture. To celebrate this special event, Douglas & McIntyre is publishing a movie tie-in edition of the book, which will be released in April, just before the film is released in theatres across Canada.