Saskatchewan Book of Everything
Author: Kelly-Anne Riess
Everything you wanted to know about Saskatchewan and were going to ask anyway
FACTS AND FANCY . . .
"Of course one book could never really be about everything, but Kelly-Anne Riess comes close with the Saskatchewan Book of Everything, a collection of facts and fancy that offers a delightfully provincial take on things like: Saskatchewan slang, unusual place names, wild weather, famous people... and how to identify a person from Saskatchewan."
— Ted Hainworth, Star-Phoenix
RIGHT . . .
"If you've ever wanted to know about the history of our province, the lowdown on the best food and music, or the actual definitions of our famous Saskatchewan slang terms, then the Saskatchewan Book of Everything is right for you."
— The Outlook
SAMPLE CHAPTER & TABLE OF CONTENTS
From fur trade stronghold to Land of the Living Skies, from North-West Rebellion and the Roughriders to profiles of Joni Mitchell, Gordie Howe, Guy Vanderhaegh, Tommy Douglas and the wildly successful entrepreneurial Hill family. No book is more comprehensive than the Saskatchewan Book of Everything. No book is more fun!
Well-known residents of Saskatchewan weigh in on their favorite things about their province. Hockey star Hayley Wickenheiser tells us her five favorite things about growing up playing hockey in Saskatchewan, author Sharon Butala weighs in on five Saskatchewan natural wonders, historian Bill Brennan's five notables in Saskatchewan history and well-known radio personality Sheila Coles gives us five reasons you should move to Saskatchewan. From Saskatchewan salaries to socialists, First Nations, slang and the most heinous crimes – it's all here!
If you love Saskatchewan, you'll love the Saskatchewan Book of Everything!
Don't forget to read the Book of Musts!