WELCOME TO ALLAGASH TAILS!
There is a special feeling to the Allagash; a sense of adventure, the thrill of getting away from it all!
Enjoy your own copies of tales that come directly from the heart of the Maine woods.
Or invite author Tim Caverly to visit your organization and hear his stories.
It may be a little too warm to think about Christmas, but we are pleased to announce the release of our new story 'Christmas in Cornville.'
It is being advertised at this time so educators will have enough time to plan for its use and to purchase copies for their school's fall semester.
With help with the students and teachers of the Canaan Elementary School, this 8.5 x 11 inch 2 set booklet has been designed for use with Maine Studies Unit.
The teachers edition has 44 pages that includes a map of Maine and 8 color and black and white photographs. Along with suggested vocab words and writing exercises. The student edition is 36 pages and is designed to be used in the classroom.
The cost of the book is $16.95 for the teacher's edition and $12.95 for the student book. Plus shipping.
Young Readers enjoying as Susan Caverly reads
about the adventures of Andy the Moose
Maine Atlantic Salmon Museum
Thanks again for entertaining us with your wit and wisdom [at the Maine Atlantic Salmon Museum meeting of May 19th, 2017]. I just finished Solace, and can’t tell you how much I enjoyed reliving being in the North Maine Woods–‘thank you’ isn’t enough.
Tim Caverly is a fantastic speaker. His presentations will capture the adventurer, the historian and the lover of the outdoors. Caverly brings a sense of humor that others in his line of work seem to overlook. If your searching for a show that will teach you a thing or two, keep you on the edge of your seat and give you some good laughs, Tim Caverly’s programs are for you!
Mr. Caverly’s visit to our school [Beals Island on April 13th, 2016] was awesome. He held the attention of our students who really had a blast. The radio classic play was wonderful as it made a great connection to what they had already read.