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      A Celebration of Prairie Birds

      A Celebration of Prairie Birds

      “I became enchanted by the prairie grasslands more than 40 years ago, and have been bewitched by birds even longer. This book combines both of these personal passions. But it is more than just a book about the birds of the prairies; it is a celebration of the beauty and biology of the natural world.”
      Wayne Lynch author

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      How the West Was Written

      How the West Was Written

      James H. Gray was the first Canadian social historian to tackle such previously taboo subjects as the sex lives and boozing habits of the early settlers. His books were on the national and Toronto Star bestseller lists before those of Pierre Berton and have since become classics of Canadian literature.

      Now available in paperback

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      In Search of Almighty Voice

      In Search of Almighty Voice

      In May 1897, Almighty Voice, a Willow Cree, died when the Mounties shelled his hiding place. Since then, his violent death has spawned a succession of conflicting stories, plays, and a film. Why? Because the Willow Cree man mattered.

      Understanding why he mattered has a direct bearing on reconciliation efforts today.

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      Tomson Highway

      Tomson Highway

      2022 Governor General's Performing Arts Awards winner

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      Welcome to Fifth House

      A publishing house dedicated to Canadian diversity

      Fifth House Publishers is dedicated to celebrating the wide variety of voices, places, and ideas that make Canada unique by publishing fiction, and non-fiction, adult and children’s books. To complement our strong Aboriginal publishing program, we publish non-fiction specifically for Canadian readers in the following areas:

      • Art
      • Biography
      • Current Events
      • Environment
      • Gardening
      • History
      • Natural history

      It is our belief that every community in Canada must possess a positive understanding of its worth and place if it is to remain vital and progressive.