A Countryman’s Journal: Views of Life and Nature from a Maine Coastal Farm [Paperback] Barrette, Roy
In A Countryman’s Journal, originally published in 1981, author Roy Barrette describes life on his small coastal Maine farm. Equipped with a few barnyard animals, a library full of his favorite literature, and an abundance of home-grown produce, Amen Farm in Brooklin gave Barrette the fuel to create thoughtful and evocative weekly essays out of his everyday life for his local …
Dear Maine: The Trials and Triumphs of Maine’s 21st Century Immigrants [Paperback] Jalali, Reza; Rielly, Morgan and Danielyan, Lilit
“I came to Maine as a refugee and now I get to serve those coming after me! It feels like I have been in training for this position all my life. I know how it feels to be invisible, misunderstood, and not valued. I have a clear understanding of the barriers that newly-arrived immigrants face when they try to …
Salt and Roses is a collection of essays from May Davidson, co-inventor of the Maine Buoy Bell and author of Whatever it Takes, that offers an intimate look at her love affair with the State of Maine and her years working and living along the coast with her late husband Jim. Join Davidson as she reminisces about hunting for blueberries …
There was a lot of pain on Munjoy Hill, a close-knit working-class neighborhood of immigrants that also saw its share of drugs, alcohol, poverty, and violence in the 1960s and 1970s. A young Ed Crockett, at home with seven siblings, an ailing and broke mother, and more than a dozen stray animals, was caught in the middle of it all …
Memoir of a large family from Fort Fairfield, a small border town in Aroostook county, Maine. Black & white photos.
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