News & Media
In late June 2013, floods affected many businesses and residences in Canmore, including Second Story Books, a popular used bookstore and one of our oldest vendors. The store never reopened. Recently, Joy McLean of nearby Café Books leased a small space across the...
In conjunction with Alberta Images and Mooseprint Media, Summerthought has created a Facebook page. We don't have any reason to post on a daily basis, but if something interesting is happening in the Canadian Rockies we'll keep you posted. The page is at...
Flooding has claimed one of our oldest vendors, Second Story Books in Canmore. At this point, the store's future is uncertain, but we hope Heath and her staff all the best.
We don't know who, but someone, somewhere, purchased the 250,000th copy of the Canadian Rockies Trail Guide in September 2012. Maybe you'll bump into them on a fall hike in Larch Valley!
Mooseprint Books & Gifts opens in downtown Banff. mooseprint.com
Wayne Lynch's Canadian Rockies Wildlife for Kids, is a winner in the Children’s and Young Adult Book Award. 09June2012
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...
Quill & Quire calls Wayne Lynch's Canadian Rockies Wildlife for Kids a “winning reference for middle-grade readers. http://www.quillandquire.com/books_young/review.cfm?review_id=7397
The Manitoba Library Association “highly recommends” Wayne Lynch’s newest book for children. http://umanitoba.ca/cm/vol18/no2/waynelynchscanadianrockieswildlifeforkids.html
Highline magazine reviews the Canadian Rockies Trail Guide summer2011