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in the shelter of the covered bridge is a poetic and artistic tribute to all the New Brunswick covered bridges remaining in the St. John River watershed as well as to some in other areas of the province. As a poet, artist, and biologist, Jane Tims has achieved a remarkable unity of focus in this book. While each element has its own narrative stance, the poems, the drawings, and the natural history notes come together in a way that has an appealing and satisfying unity for ear, eye, and mind. Click here for details