Fertig’s new poems

“Poet, publisher and long-time supporter of the writing community, Salt Spring Island-based Mona Fertig (left) has released her first collection of poems in 14 years.” FULL STORY


Megan Clendenan

March 28th, 2024

Every day, humans rely on food, regardless of their location or activities. Ever wondered how humans remain fed, even when surviving in an active warzone or while building the pyramids? Author Megan Clendenan’s fifth book for ages 9-12, What Do We Eat?: How Humans Find, Grow and Share Food (Orca $29.95), due out in September, celebrates human resourcefulness, ingenuity and collaboration, offering bite-sized glimpses into culinary history and innovations for the future. Despite challenges like resource depletion and unequal food distribution, solutions like food aid initiatives and urban food accessibility projects offer hope of providing adequate food sources to everyone across the globe. So, what’s for dinner? ‎ 9781459836761

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