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  • Music for Other Reasons

    Conversations with Music Therapists by

    Music therapists use music to achieve non-musical goals. Their clients range from children with autism or developmental disabilities, through adults recovering from brain injuries or addiction, to seniors with Parkinson’s disease, depression, or ...


  • Nine Lives of Kaz

    An extraordinary survival story of two Polish families’ deadly journey from Siberia to freedom, during World War II by

    An extraordinary survival story of two families’ journey to freedom during World War II. When you hear about how Stalin tormented hundreds of thousands of people and the devastating stories throughout his overwhelming existence, you wonder how any ...


  • OCDad

    Learning to Be a Parent With a Mental Health Disorder by

    “In many ways, this book is the resource I wish I had had.” How do you make time for therapy while raising kids? How do you tell the difference between healthy parental instincts and OCD symptoms? How does OCD affect parenting, and what can be ...


  • Following the Telegraph Trail

    A Trek of a Lifetime by

    Following the Telegraph Trail is a true story of an outdoor Canadian adventure. In the 1950s, a man in his prime, who was seeing his family responsibilities pile up, created an opportunity to act on a boyhood dream - to trek with simple equipment in ...


  • Dad Wore a Fedora and Sleeve Garters

    A Life Well Lived by

    How do you begin to tell the story of someone’s life when you feel you barely knew them? Is it possible to gather the biographical information about someone who has been gone for thirty years—even if that person was your own father? Dad Wore a ...


  • A Boy on the Alcan

    Up and Down the Alaska Highway by

    A boy on the Alcan is an intriguing story of seven year old Eddie Byskal. He was born in a small Missions Hospital on the shore of Wakaw Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada. When Eddie’s mother passed away his father signed up as a carpenter on the ...


  • My Story

    by

    The Traumas I went through as a child meeting the love of my life, and losing him at no fault of mind. Who I have been and who I am now, the lessons life taught me and the path it has lead me on to be Who I am today. I believe that without these ...


  • "Drop the Baby; put a Veil on the Broad!"

    Marisa Pavan's story by

    THIS IS THE FIRST biography ever written about Italian-born French actress, dancer, singer, and producer Marisa Pavan, who acquired fame during the Golden Age of Hollywood in the 1950s and in American television in the 1960s and 1970s. Pavan is the ...


  • We Are All Immigrants

    by

    The immigrant journey is often complex. Every person who came to Canada for a better life faced hardships and paid a price to be here. In We Are All Immigrants, author Douglas Arch, the son of immigrants, explores the untold stories of diverse ...


  • Us and Them

    Canada, Canadians and The Beatles by

    Us and Them chronicles the depth to which Canada and Canadians were part of The Beatles’ story—their formation, growth and break up. Entertaining and well researched, Us and Them places John, Paul, George and Ringo as a band and as solo artists in ...