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  • Do You Eat the Red Ones Last?

    Canada's Not-so-Clandestine War to Expropriate Indigenous Lands and Resources: An Anthropologist's Curious Journey Through the Mind-Fields of Indigenous Knowledge, Rights, and Culture by

    Part exposé, part memoir, part reference manual for reconciling Indigenous and non-Indigenous rights in Canada, Do You Eat the Red Ones Last? takes the reader on one anthropologist’s journey through the turbulent waters of Canada’s contested lands ...


  • Louise

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    Louise Throdmore Briggs is a high school teacher plagued by invasive dreams. When her daughter shares her fears that the increasing fits are hereditary, Louise realizes her estranged father, Henry, may hold the key to what is happening to her. His ...


  • Finding Us

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    Have you ever felt different from everyone else? JJ, a freckle-faced boy who travels with the circus, knows what that’s like. Not remembering his parents, JJ can’t help but feel like he doesn’t belong. But when he meets Eli the elephant and Stretch ...


  • Windy Rafters Roughnecks

    Cattle Thieves by

    STRANGE THINGS HAVE BEEN HAPPENING AT WINDY RAFTERS RESORT. The Roughnecks are back at Windy Rafters Resort, full of plans for a great summer. It isn’t long, however, before crime casts a shadow over the resort again. Cattle thieves are taking ...


  • Diving In

    A year of swimming on the edge of Haida Gwaii by

    This powerful and lyrical poetry collection was inspired by a year of cold-water swimming in the ocean and rivers on the edge of Haida Gwaii. Kim Larocque started daily dips in the frigid waters after a joyful New Year’s Day swim with ...


  • Ocellus & Chitkin

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    Ocellus & Chitkin© are the stories about two ants who are trying to escape from a cacao plantation where they are slaves. The stories mirror real children, today. The ants' daring and unexpected attempts to get home and find freedom are exciting and ...


  • Wanting Aidan

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    From the author of Trusting Claire comes a compelling new mystery set in Sheffield, South Yorkshire. When Joe Parrott, a somewhat disillusioned private investigator, discovers the body of a woman near his home, he is determined to do her justice ...


  • Just Call Me 'Teacher'

    A Memoir about My Career as a Correctional Educator by

    Teaching at all levels and at all institutions should be fun and rewarding. Teaching in a federal prison brings its own challenges and at the same time, its own rewards. Building trust between the teacher and the inmate learners is the first order ...


  • Sing Along With Me

    Sequel to This Is My Story, This Is My Song by

    Step into the strange vagaries of a clergyman’s life, one dotted with hills and valleys, successes and betrayals, and a generous dose of serendipity. Walk along with Reverend Leonard S. Buxton, a clergyman who rejected the strict dictates of his ...


  • Daisy Under the Moon

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    When twenty-something couple Bryce and Juniper are on route to a romantic getaway, a huge, wolf-like animal darts in front of their car and causes them to crash, injuring Juniper. A stranger claiming to be a doctor appears and offers to help, ...