Spoonhandle [Paperback] Moore, Ruth
Spoonhandle, Ruth Moore’s second novel, spent 14 weeks on The New York Times Bestseller List and was made into the movie Deep Waters. Spoonhandle is about Maine, brilliantly authentic, but the story told is universal, as old as time as it deals with the struggle between love and meanness of spirit, between human dignity and greed.
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The iconic Bert and I stories were first created by Yale University students Marshall Dodge and Robert Bryan in the late 1950s and performed around campus. The two amateur storytellers soon recorded a short ten-inch album of eleven stories for friends and family, but ultimately pressed just a few hundred. However, growing popularity prompted them in 1958 to record and …
Best of Bert and I: Celebrating 50 Years of Stories from Downeast [Audio CD] Bryan, Robert and Dodge, Marshall
The Best of Bert and I: Celebrating 50 Years of Stories From Down East CD features the best routines selected from the four original Bert and I CDs, plus stories taken from Bert and I on Stage and The Down East Smile-In television show featuring Marshall Dodge. All tracks on this commemorative CD have been digitally remastered for clarity. These …
Memoir of a large family from Fort Fairfield, a small border town in Aroostook county, Maine. Black & white photos.
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 …