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Roderick Haig-Brown

Roderick Haig-Brown (1908-1976) remains one of North America's most popular and best-loved writers about the outdoors. He was born in England and settled in Campbell River, BC, in 1931. He was a dedicated conservationist and a prolific writer, author of many articles and stories and 25 books, including novels, books about sport fishing and stories for young readers, including the classic Saltwater Summer. Haig-Brown also served as a magistrate and as chancellor of the University of Victoria.

Books

Book Cover Fisherman's Summer
978-1-55017-611-7 · 1-55017-611-0 · May 2013 · Hardback
CAD$19.95 · USD$19.95
Book Cover Panther
978-1-55017-341-3 · 1-55017-341-3 · February 2007 · Paperback
CAD$14.95 · USD$14.95
The newest release in Harbour Publishing's Junior Canadian Classic series, Panther is the coming-of-age tale of a cougar from beloved author and conservationist Roderick Haig-Brown.
Book Cover Saltwater Summer
978-1-55017-222-5 · 1-55017-222-0 · 2000 · Paperback
CAD$14.95 · USD$14.95
A coming of age story from Roderick Haig-Brown one of North America's best-loved adventure writers.
Book Cover Saltwater Summer
978-1-55017-609-4 · 1-55017-609-9 · March 2013 · Paperback
CAD$14.95 · USD$14.95
Winner of the Governor General's Literary Award
Book Cover Starbuck Valley Winter
978-1-55017-247-8 · 1-55017-247-6 · January 2002 · Paperback
CAD$14.95 · USD$14.95
"The type of book of which there are too few...will stir the imagination of any youngster who is not content with a humdrum life." -Junior Bookshelf
Book Cover The Whale People
978-1-55017-277-5 · 1-55017-277-8 · March 2003 · Paperback
CAD$14.95 · USD$14.95
Beloved BC author Roderick Haig-Brown was at the height of his creative powers when he crafted this coming-of-age story set in an aboriginal whaling village on the West Coast.