“I’m a 51 year old man…and it was a page turner for me!…I’ve learned an awful lot just reviewing this book, even quickly and I think this is one you could go back to several times because…there’s a lot of information in there.”
— Jeff Douglas ― CBC Mainstreet Nova Scotia
A combination of science and natural history from a Mi’kmaw cultural perspective.
About the Author
Cathy Jean LeBlanc is a member of Acadia First Nation and a graduate of St. Thomas University. She is a Mi’kmaw cultural interpreter and Student Support Worker for Indigenous and African Nova Scotian youth. She lives in Bridgewater. David Chapman is a physicist who worked for 31 years for the federal government. He is a life member of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada and was the editor of the RASC Observer’s Handbook (2012–2016 editions). He is a lifetime amateur astronomer. He lives in Dartmouth. Loretta Gould is a Mi’kmaw painter and quilter who loves bright, beautiful colours. A self-taught artist, she grew up in Waycobah First Nation and started painting in earnest in 2013. Her works have sold around the world. She is represented by the DaVic Gallery in BC and the Bay of Spirits Gallery in Toronto. She lives in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.