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  • Cape Bretoner at Large

    From New Waterford to Tokyo and Beyond by

    Although this book, written for his grandchildren, is one man's chronicle of his life and his 38 year career in the Royal Canadian Navy during the Cold War, it is also a compelling story about pride in one's cultural roots, the pursuit of adventure, ...


  • Mohamed's Mission

    An Oromo boy, dedicating his life to the struggle for a free Oromiyaa, becomes a warrior for peace and justice in the Ethio-Somali War. by

    Mohamed’s Mission spans the fall of Ethiopian Emperor Haile Selassie, the rise of Mengistu Haile Mariam and the Soviet Derg, and the attempt by the Somalian dictatorial president, Ziad Barre, to reconquer Ethiopian territory that was once considered ...


  • Dad's Best Memories and Recollections

    by

    DAD’S BEST MEMORIES AND RECOLLECTIONS is Chazzz Humber’s epithaph casting a very long and sentimental shadow across North America and beyond. This 230-page volume is his granite monument, well-polished! It lavishly records 125 of his best memories ...


  • The Girl from No. 6

    Based on a True Story by

    In the late 1920s, Stalin was determined to turn Russia into a “Soviet Paradise”. For thousands of Russian Mennonites that meant exorbitant taxes, arrest, forced labour, losing their farms and businesses, and even losing their lives. With their ...


  • Life Happens To Us

    A True Story by

    In this heartbreaking, extremely personal memoir of a life touched by profound tragedy, author Ashta-deb invites readers into her world in the hopes that they might benefit from the discovered remedies that at last elevated her above it. Here is a ...


  • I Never Walked Alone

    by

    I Never Walked Alone is the autobiography of my father, Jerry Hale. I feel very privileged to introduce you to his story. It is the story of some of his boyhood events in Texas during the days of corn and cotton. It tells of his move with his family ...


  • Enchantment and Despair

    Montana Childhood Stories, 1925 – 1937 by

    Deadly drought, near fatal accidents, blizzards, grasshopper plagues, choking dust storms, endless days of relentless toil for measly crop yields … … enchanting big skies, an endless undulating prairie, the spine-tingling cry of midnight coyotes, ...


  • Rural Vignettes

    by

    There is the episode when a neighboring youth hid two cases of beer in their privy and the time that the author nearly burned down the farm. And no farm story would be complete without a tale about laughing cows, and there was the time that three ...


  • Last of the Small Towns

    Short Stories by

    Last of the Small Towns: Short Stories is a charming collection of tales that recount the boyhood years of author Stewart Hyson. From gatherings in the “Indian Graveyard” through unprecedented encounters with baby chicks, here is a sentimental ...


  • Lakay

    A Journey of Struggle, Perseverance, and Hope by

    Haiti is a land of great beauty and rich culture, but it’s also been plagued by corruption and poverty. Author David Frederick remembers a happy childhood growing up in picturesque St. Marc, Haiti—until the day he and his family had to flee ...