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  • Broken Kaleidoscope Syndrome

    Daughter of the Soviet Union by

    Two years after Uncle Stalin led the Soviets to victory in the Great Patriotic War, Mama brings Mila home from the delivery ward. Aunt Nastya takes one look at the baby and states her heels are too skinny, a sign she doesn’t belong to this world. ...


  • The Hills Around Me

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    A great romance and a life with horses form the lynchpins around which Imtiaz Fiona Griffiths’ nostalgic memoir revolves. Coming along for the ride, we have guest appearances by dodgy bookmakers, fast racehorses, slow tortoises, gregarious Jesuits, ...


  • The Weaving of My Tartan Heart

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    The Weaving of My Tartan Heart offers a peek through the window of the author’s thoughts. Vivid images of a time long past make the reader feel as though they are present in each scene. Stories of when life was simpler, and respect for elders and ...


  • The Life Of An Enigma

    A Biographical Account of the Life and the Times of John Okogun Omovuon of Ewohimi (Ebhokimi), Nigeria by

    The Life of an Enigma is an engaging read about an interesting and memorable life lived under uniquely challenging surroundings and times. The book is also an anthropological, sociological, and religious inquiry into the cultures and traditions of ...


  • Walk With Me, My Son

    You and I Have Some Stories to Tell by

    In 1901, nineteen-year-old Ehmid Alley Awid Amerey moved to London, Ontario, leaving the dissolving Ottoman Empire behind. With conscription on the horizon, he fled in search of safety, adventure, and better economic prospects. So begins Richard ...


  • An Immigrant Goes Back Home to Cebu

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    An Immigrant Goes Back Home to Cebu is the author's memoir about living within and between the Philippine and Canadian worlds. While this is one professional immigrant's narrative about persistence and fulfillment in Canada, her host country, it is ...


  • Shaped by Hate, Exclusion and Racism

    How to Navigate and Rise in a Hostile Environment by

    This book tells a story of Tarcisse Ruhamyandekwe whose journey started at his birth in Rwanda. In his life, he has experienced so many acts of exclusion, discrimination and racism, so many times that his first reaction has been always to ignore ...


  • Behind the Green Door

    From the land of Windmills to the Land of the Maple Leaf by

    Behind the Green Door is a collection of stories that will make you laugh but also may bring a tear to your eye while you read in vivid detail the challenges of an immigrant child and the struggles of being uprooted to a new land without ...


  • The Painted Skirt

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    Heartbroken after her short love affair, and her dream of becoming a concert pianist shattered, Inju returns home from her schooling abroad, and finds herself pregnant, alone, and without options in a strict Confucian society that is sure to condemn ...


  • Jim Crow Also Lived Here

    Structural Racism And Generational Poverty - Growing Up Black in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia by

    Many people believe that racism and discrimination against those of African descent was primarily an American experience. However, this book dispels that myth by recounting Leonard Albert Paris’s first eighteen years (1948–1966), growing up as a ...