Polar Bear & Company publishes books that enhance our cultural heritage, creative economy, and democracy. We strive to improve the quality of life through literature and art. We hope to give well-intentioned, creative people avenues for their words, wisdom, wit and other talents, so they can reach individuals to create stronger communities.
Polar Bear’s titles range from books of the Maine coast, lakes and rivers, like Above the Gravel Bar: The Native Canoe Routes of Maine, (canoe routes that had never been documented), to the series of picture books about Clipper the Maine Island Puppy, to Maine historian Neil Rolde’s titles of cultural significance. We have over 70 titles.
With Fukurou artists we will publish books of their exhibits that inform more about their work. Transformations, a book which depicted the art of Ramona du Houx is an example of what type of exhibit book Polar Bear & Company will publish. These books will be available, like all our titles, at any bookstore, amazon as well as at the gallery in Rockland.
Polar Bear & Company is an imprint of the Solon Center for Research and Publishing.
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