A Walk in the WInd
20 new stories for boys & girls
Children‛s imagination willflourish as they learn about:
* community* compassion* collaboration
Adventures with talking animals and human characters.
BA Sociology.BA Psychology, Women's Studies.MSSc Conflict Studies.
Hardcover $348x10, 162 pagesEnglish: 9781989048139Française: 9781989048177
Second edition with three new stories.
Peter is a dynamic frontiersman of the boreal regions of the North American continent. Portrays his business, family and social exploits.
Un homme plein d’enthousiasme, Pierre est un pionnier des régions septentrionales du continent nord-américain.
English: 9781790426089Française: 9781790642878
474 p. EN 496 p. FR
$36 hardcover clothwith dust jacket978-1-927032-84-8
The Tree of Life
An existential spirit is free to choose whatever it wishes to be from the myriad life forms in the universe. In this tale, the meaning of life, shaped by the passage of time, is explored in this enchanting work of Visual Poetry.
English and Mandarin
illustrated by Julianne Vermilion, Shanghai, and USA. Mandarin translation by Adela Fei, Sasha Sha, Jenny Zhou.
A Story to Reinforce Positive Thinking in Children
See Bee Tee is an interactive tool for children, their parents and anyone who would like to know the basics of positive thinking. This story is inspired by Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and is made into a set of fun activities.
Young Tasouli tells us stories about his cat the Resistance hero, the intricate relationships between a young Jewish physician, German officers, Greek partisan communists and their British captives.
A strange character appears in his dreams, either supportive or terrifying, and they develop a strong bond.
The journey is ultimately about hunger, language, politics and love.
Review: The Queen's Journal
Patrick Kerwin was born in 1889 in Sarnia, Ontario. He studied law at Osgoode Hall in Toronto, was called to the bar of Ontario in 1911, became King’s Counsel in 1928, and became a Justice of the Supreme Court of Ontario in 1932. In 1935, he became a Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada, and in 1954 he became Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada.
6" x 9" 336p
9781927032978 (hardcover) $36
“David Gibson’s reality was altered in a moment on September 18, 2013. His eloquent and poignant requiem chronicles his efforts to re-orient himself to a world whose boundaries and reference points abruptly disappeared…he chronicles his experiences in a way that helps us understand the hidden struggle of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD.”— Dr. Larry Cebulski, clinical psychologist.
Softcover 5.5" x 8.25"264 pages
Autobiographyas told to daughter Irene Riznek
A fascinating view of the “other side” in World War II, on the domestic front. Born in Berlin, Dorothea spent her formative years in Nazi Germany and in her war-torn city. She then forged a new life in Canada.
“An amazing family story of courage and immigration."— Siegfried Hansch (German-Canadian Business Association)
“An authentic and absorbing account of one woman's courage, tracing her life from early 20th century Germany to a new and challenging life in Canada, drawing on diaries, certificates and various documents, along with memories shared."— H. Zobl (Professor Emeritus, Carleton University)
Gay Soulmate Wanted
Fearing that at the age of 39 (or 78 in gay years), his chances of finding a soulmate are decreasing every day, Richard is confronted by a good-looking man ten years his junior, who claims to be his partner without ever having met him. When finally the two are introduced, sparks fly.
Fun and entertaining, this young adult novel explores the many challenges faced by Dinah who is forced to move in order to provide for herself and her daughter Selah. Their emotions are stretched by new people and events. Both learn to stand up to obnoxious folks and find that hard work and play help them stay focused on their goals. The empowerment of caring relationships carries them through heartbreak as hey discover that running starts with believing in yourself.
Ultimately their resiliency opens up new hopes and dreams — shared with Bill and Norm, the two special men in their lives. Enriched by many colorful characters, the story of these two feisty women will capture your imagination.
print 978-1-927032-53-4digital 978-1-927032-54-1978-1-927032-55-8
Canada * History * Catholic * Archbishop
"...like a deluxe spa treatment for your soul". 2012 http://thebookinstinct.com
Reader reviews at librarything.com
Now "Short's Long Day" is being presented on stage as part of Corner Brook's 60th:The Western StarJune 2, 2016
Sketches from the social fabric, with subtle references to the American presence in Newfoundland during WWII: drama, relationships, desire and delusion.
Old Corner Brook and beyond in the '40s and '50s. Like a ship in the mist, there emerges from these ardent, tragicomic lives, a recognition of ourselves.
5" x 8" 191 p. 2010
“... the budding consciousness of a young girl in a small Newfoundland fishing community during the final years of its prosperous isolation.”— Dr. Harold Paddock, Retired Professor of Linguistics, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada
5``x 8` x 0.6"`paperback244 pages
$ 26 colour
$ 18 black & white
How to order:
On this site by secure debit/credit card PayPal link on the right.
- with or without a PayPal membership,
Shipping $5, whatever the quantity.
Pay Pal or cheque or money order by mail..
or search by title+author on the Internet to find a vendor,
or order through your local bookstore.