Where to Buy

We are beyond proud to have "C is for CAMP: An Alphabet Adventure" carried by some amazing Canadian shops. 

Alliston

Concession Road Mercantile: 78 Victoria Street East. A modern general store, with a rustic, artisan, Canadian vibe.

Batchawana

The Voyageur's Lodge & Cookhouse: Highway 17 North. Four season destination and gift shop. Featuring world famous apple fritters, and featured in our book! 

Pancake Bay Provincial Park: 12729 Highway 17 North. Available in the gift shop!

Blind River

The Birch Tree: 10 Woodward Avenue. A home and garden décor shop that also features baby gifts and clothing. 

Bowmanville

Petit Nordique Boutique: 80 King Street West. High quality, ethically-made accessories for mamas and minis. 

Dryden

Little Mod Nest: 14 King Street. A family wellness boutique offering wooden toys, teething essentials, healthy snacks, and Northern wear for the whole family. 

Goulais

Olive Branch Market: 2771 Ontario 17. A beautiful boutique featuring a selection of home and personal care goods. 

Iron Bridge

Basswood Lake Outfitters: 16232 Highway 17 RR2. Handmade and upcycled rustic wood furniture, cottage-style home décor, and gifts.

Kenora

Abundance LOTW Mercantile: 224 2nd Street South. Trendy gifts and home staples, focused on lake life. 

Kirkland Lake

The Pear Co.: Handmade gifts and eco-friendly products by Canadian makers. Ethically and locally sourced.

Manitoulin Island

Island Home Outfitters: 6130 King Street. Carefully curated rustic home décor with a focus on makers and Canadian goods. 

Richards Landing

Moose Sweats: 1196 Richards Street. Eclectic selection of ethical, fair-trade merchandise and local art. 

Sault Ste. Marie

margot + celine: Online boutique offering modern and minimalist essentials for babies and kids. 

Krush + Trading Post: Located in Frontier Village, Krush is a ladies and children's boutique featuring quality pieces, and the Trading Post has a little something for everyone from outdoor essentials to home goods. 

Wild Wonder Co.: Online store offering unique handmade goods, rooted in adventure and life in the North. 

Stone's Office Supply: 529 Queen Street East. Office supply store offering everything from printing, to art supplies and furniture. Carries a large section dedicated to local authors.

Sweet Greetings (302 Queen Street East, 625 Trunk Road, 275 Second Line West): A home décor and gift shop, that also offers baby gifts. 

Hogan's Homestead: 536 Second Line West. Locally made maple syrup and unique gift shop destination. 

Stork + Bundle: 715 Queen Street East. Curated baby gear, toys, maternity wear, that is fun, functional, and built to last.

Little Wildflower Reads: Instagram shop selling used and new books carefully curated for little hands.

Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre:  A favourite spot of ours in Sault Ste. Marie. Books are available in the gift shop!

The Outfitters: 87 Huron Street. Offering a variety of brand name clothing and outdoor equipment for the entire family.

Sudbury

True North Made: 1349 Lasalle Boulevard. Shop featuring exclusively handmade talent in the North. 

Present Simple: 1191 Lansing Avenue, #1. Beautifully simple gift giving done with timeless items in gift boxes. 

Thunder Bay

Lullaby's Boutique: 21 Cumberland Street South. Baby and kid's boutique offering unique and high-quality clothing and accessories. 

NWO Clothing Co.: An online clothing line that reflects lake life in North Western Ontario.

Wawa

Superior Coast Outfitters: 14 Broadway Avenue. Outdoor sports and adventure store. 

Young's General Store: 105 Mission Road. A can't miss stop on Highway 17. Make sure to stop by and get a picture with Henrietta the Moose!

Alberta

Friends of Jasper National Park Gift ShopThe Friends of Jasper aim to foster care and responsibility to protect and share the ecology and culture of Jasper National Park for future generations.

USA

To purchase my book in the United States, please visit: 

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Paperback

To purchase a paperback copy in Canada, please visit: 

Amazon.ca