Thanks to Rob Alexander of the Rocky Mountain Outlook for reviews of two new Summerthought books, A Castle in the Wilderness by Bart Robinson, and a reprint of Tilikum by Norman Luxton. The reviews can be read here: Two Banff icons take spotlight in new books.
Thanks to Danielle Chartier of Canada’s History magazine for reviewing The Last of the Buffalo Return to the Wild in their April-May 2018 issue. They write:
With the reintroduction of wild bison to Banff National Park in February 2017, this book offers a timely reflection on the efforts made by so many people to return this magnificent beast to its historic home.
The review is online here.
Thanks to Rob Alexander of the Rocky Mountain Outlook for a comprehensive review of the Cave and Basin by Ted Hart. Alexander’s review can be read here: Cave and Basin book offers context, clarity on history of hot springs.
For information on the book itself, click here
Thanks to Rob Alexander of the Rocky Mountain Outlook for his comprehensive review of Lake Louise Past to Present, in which he stated: “I learned more about Lake Louise and its region from this book than from any other single source”
Click here for a PDF of the review.
Great to see positive reviews for Banff: A History of the Park and Town from both our local newspapers this week.
The Rocky Mountain Outlook review (4 June 2015) is here: New book shares a tale of two Banffs
And thanks to Pam Doyle of the Bow Valley Crag and Canyon for attending the book launch and writing History in One Volume, which was accompanied by a photo of the author and his newest book.
Thanks to the Rocky Mountain Outlook for reviewing Far & Wide, which highlights the very best places to visit across Canada. It was published by Frommer’s, but one of the contributing authors was our own Andrew Hempstead, who gets a plug (along with Summerthought Publishing in the review, which can be read here.
Highline magazine reviews the Canadian Rockies Trail Guide
Jasper’s The Skinny reviews Maligne Lake: The Jewel of Jasper National Park, the first book ever written on Maligne Lake.
“Many of his photographs fall into that “how the heck did he do that category” gushes the Rocky Mountain Outlook in reviewing our latest children’s book, Wayne Lynch’s Wildlife of the Canadian Rockies.
Local author Bob Sandford files an extensive review of The History of Canmore in the Rocky Mountain Outlook.