by Teresa MacKenzie (Author); with a Foreword and Afterword by Laurie Stanley-Blackwell
To honour the 250th Hector Anniversary and the 150th Anniversary of Pictou’s Town Incorporation, The Pictou Bee Press is proud to publish Teresa MacKenzie’s Pictou town. This celebration of local architecture is a reminder of Pictou’s rich built heritage and the importance of preserving this legacy. Pictou town will help readers, both children and adults, to appreciate the beauty, resilience, and historical value of old buildings in a fresh and empathetic way.
- Publisher : The Pictou Bee Press (26 February 2023)
- Language : English
- Softcover : 40 pages
- ISBN : 978-0-920297-02-5
- Item Weight : 163 g
- Dimensions : 21.59 x 21.59 x 0.4 cm (8.5 x 8.5 x 0.2 in)
Copies of Pictou town may be obtained in person from The
McCulloch House Museum & Genealogy Centre, 86 Haliburton Road,
Pictou; The River Gallery on Water Street, 49 Water Street, Pictou; Mrs.
MacGregor's Shortbreads, 59 Water Street, Pictou; Ship Hector Store, 33
Caladh Avenue, Pictou; John Marshall Antiques, 65 Provost Street, New
Glasgow; Read It Again New and Used Books, 142 Provost Street, New
Glasgow; Museum of Industry, 147 North Foord Street, Stellarton; The
Curious Cat Tea & Books, 195 Main Street, Antigonish; and
Happenstance, 260 Main Street, Antigonish.
Some customer feedback about Pictou town:
“I loved the book and have already showed it to three other people who are interested in a copy.” PK, Peterborough, ON
“I absolutely adore it. It’s so cute. The illustrations gave me such nostalgic feelings for the buildings in my beautiful hometown that I took for granted growing up. It’s definitely a book that I will treasure forever.” AM, Fort McMurray, AB
“I love it! Beautiful book.” JM, Scotsburn, NS
“The book is even nicer than expected. The verse on the page with my grandmother’s house is quite emotional for me. A million thanks to Teresa MacKenzie for her work of art!” MK, Bathurst, NB