Stephen Leacock Museum Giftshop
Visit our unique “Literary Lapses” Gift/Book Shop
Open year round Mon.- Fri. 10 – 5 p.m.
During June, July, & August the shop is open 7 days a week
The shop is stocked with a fabulous array of gifts and mementos. Choose from the many books by and about Stephen Leacock, Leacock Medal for Humour winners and other noted Canadian authors.
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The House That Stephen Built More Info »
Written by: Stephen Leacock Afterword by: Jack Hodgins Paperback, 216 pages McClelland & Stewart - New Canadian Library David Staines, General Editor ISBN: 978-0-7710-9397-5 (0-7710-9397-7) Affectionately combining both the idyllic and ironic, Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town is Stephen Leacock’s most beloved book. Set in fictional Mariposa, an Ontario town on the shore of More Info »
Penguin Group (Canada) 2006 Penguin Black Classics Series Hardcover - ISBN 978-0-670-06508-0 INTRODUCTION BY WILL FERGUSON Stephen Leacock was one of the bestselling English-language humorists in the world. Referred to as “The Canadian Mark Twain,” his most famous book was Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town, published in 1912. Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town, More Info »
Written by: Stephen Leacock Edited by: Carl Spadoni Broadview Press Ltd. - 2002 Paperback - ISBN: 9781551111780 Set in the fictional landscape of Mariposa on the shores of Lake Wissanotti in Missinaba County, Leacock’s Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town is an affectionate satire of small town life. This series of humourous connected sketches about More Info »
Official 100th Anniversary Edition Written by Stephen Leacock Illustrated by Wesley Bates Format: Hardcover, 184 pages Publisher: McClelland & Stewart ISBN: 978-0-7710-5006-0 (0-7710-5006-2) Pub Date: July 24, 2012 (Reverse Your Copy by Advance Order) Price: $29.99 Beautifully illustrated with wood-cut designs by master illustrator and wood-cut artist Wesley Bates, this is the official 100th anniversary More Info »
Penguin Group (Canada) 2009 Hardcover - ISBN 978-0-670-06681-0 EXTRAORDINARY CANADIANS SERIES Introduction by JOHN RALSTON SAUL, Series Editor Stephen Leacock’s satiric masterpiece Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town captures “the Empire forever” mentality that marked Anglo-Canadian life in the early decades of the 20th century. Historian Margaret Macmillan – whose books Women of the Raj More Info »
Veteran culinary historian and cookbook collector Dorothy Duncan has done it again. Paired with researcher and historian Colin Agnew, the two have parsed Stephen Leacock's timeless Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town and extrapolated food references dealing with Beverages, Events, Fruit, Garden & Fields, People, Places, Sweet Things and Woods & Waters. To these they have More Info »
WWII - US Liberty Ship S.S. STEPHEN LEACOCK Limited Edition Print By Graphic Artist TAD KNEBLEWSKI Print Size Unframed: 33inW x 14inH $200.00 Print Size Framed with Navy Matte: 40inW x 22inH approx. $400.00 The ability of the Allies to maintain vital supply lines across the oceans of the world was essential to their victory More Info »
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Over 50 poets from across Canada and some from the United States pay tribute in verse to world-renowned folksinger and songwriter Gordon Lightfoot. This handsome new volume from The Old Brewery Bay Press includes poems by Poets Laureate, Griffin Poetry Prize winners, Governor Generals Award winners and numerous others. All speak to the richness and More Info »