New Releases - November 2014

Now available in a variety of new formats, Alex B. Campbell: The Prince Edward Island Premier Who Rocked The Cradle tells the story of Alex B. Campbell, Prince Edward Island's longest-serving premier (1966-78) and the youngest person elected first minister in Canada in the 20th century. He led his province through a period of transformative change and stepped down in 1978 without ever having suffered electoral defeat. This is a come-the-moment, come-the-leader story with few parallels in Canadian history.

ePub Version

Buy the eBook

  • includes all the images in the original print publication, chaptered
  • Download for only $14.95
  • Chapter 1 - Free Download ePub Version ePub format
Audio Version - Download

Buy the Audio Book

  • Unabridged with enhancements including music
  • 4 Narrators including Alex B. Campbell - readings of original speeches, passages from the book, and song.
  • Download for only $19.95
  • Samples
    Clip 1 (Introduction)
    featuring the music of the Island Hymn and narration by Gracie Finley and Duncan McIntosh
    Clip 2 (from Chapter 2)
    featuring narration by Gracie Finley, Duncan McIntosh, and Wade MacLauchlan
    Clip 3 (from Chapter 2)
    featuring narration by Wade MacLauchlan and song by Premier Alex B. Campbell
Audio Version - Download

Audio Book/MP3 Player

  • For those that would rather have a device with the audio book pre-installed.
  • $29.95
USB Stick

eBook/Audiobook on USB

  • For those that already have an MP3 player.
  • Option to purchase the Audiobook and the eBook on a convenient USB drive.
  • $34.95
CD Set

Audio Book on CD

  • a special multi-disc collection of the audio book.
  • $39.95
Book

Buy the Book

  • 400 pages, hard-cover binding with full-colour dust jacket, includes more than 150 photos,
  • $42.95(Includes shipping anywhere in Canada)
  • $34.95 from PEI Museum or bookstores.

 

For special gift options contact sales@alexbcampbell.ca.

 

 

 

"Alex Campbell's ability to determine beginning patterns in an otherwise random mass of events was the quality that enabled him to preside so competently over the great changes that took place during those years."

Dr. John Maloney, Minister of Industry, Health, Social Services and Development, 1970-79