Kristen Scholfield-Sweet recently wrote a blog post about illustrating Mother Reindeer’s Journey to the Sun.
Dawn Ravenwind, a Columbia Basin author, is coming out with a beautiful hardcover book about the Elder Futhark runes. If you’d like to preorder one from Dawn, you can do so here. More about Dawn’s book: The Elder Futhark runes are the ancient alphabet of the Germanic descended peoples, most associated with ancient Nordic cultures….
A review of Mother Reindeer’s Journey to the Sun by Lorna Visser, Director of the Valhalla Foundation for Ecology “Mother Reindeer’s Journey to the Sun is a charming children’s book that tells the story of Mother Reindeer bringing the sun back after the winter solstice. She leaps to the sun and brings it back on…
Kathy Sager’s new kids book has made it into B.C. BookLook this month. Check out the link or read below.
Join Luanne at the Capitol Theatre on Thursday, November 26th for a presentation of her latest project. Maa Press will be on site with books. Curious about the project? Here’s what Luanne has to say: “When We Are Broken: The Lake Elegy” refers to many things, not just pain and old age, but also beauty,…
Author KL Kivi reads the Maa Press book ‘The Town of Nothing’ to friends Tentia and Lochlin for Touchstones Nelson’s Storytime Series. Listen in here.
West Kootenay garden blogger and homeschooler Isis Loran posted a lovely review of Mother Reindeer’s Journey to the Sun on Nature Homeschool’s Instagram account. Check it out!
Margaret Tessman reviewed our newest title, Mother Reindeer’s Journey to the Sun, for Articulate’s Fall 2020 issue. You can read Margaret’s review here:
Luanne Armstrong’s latest book, When We Are Broken, was reviewed by Beverly Cramp in the Fall 2020 edition of BC Bookworld. You can find it in the print edition (available at fine bookstores all over the province) or online on the BC BookLook site. Here’s a photo of the print edition.
Author W.D.Valgardson recently reviewed Luanne Armstrong’s When We Are Broken. You can read his review here: Many years ago, I had the good fortune to have Luanne Armstrong as a student in my creative writing workshop at the University of Victoria. Like most students, she reveled in her creativity, learned, wrote, and then disappeared. Students…