Lend Me Your Ears
Breakwater Books, 2005 - 124 páginas
In Lend me Your Ears: More Humorous Stories from Roaring Cove, the likable Schoolmaster continues to tell stories that comment on the goings on in Roaring Cove. The result is a delightful dose of genuine Newfoundland humour, and a colourful look at a rich and unique culture. Readers become familiar with Roaring Cove and its characters in Bruce's two previous books, The Crowd from Roaring Cove and A Segunda Vinda and by way of a compact disc entitled Baloney Chunks and Gravy. Most recently, children were also introduced to Roaring Cove in a children's book entitled Lucy Grey. All Roaring Cove stories are narrated by its Schoolmaster, a character Bruce has performed province wide and on radio.
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