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  • The Principal Chronicles

    by

    The Principal Chronicles is a collection of funny and poignant short stories that follow the arc of one man’s life and career in education. These works of creative non-fiction—or, to be precise, of semi-autobiographical, pseudo-non-fictional ...


  • Dawning Horizons

    Teaching, Volunteering and Development Abroad by

    Spanning decades and continents, Dawning Horizons is a personal story – part travelogue, part political commentary. Bergen picks up from the final chapter of his first memoir, Four Years Less a Day – a WWII Refugee Story, and takes us to Africa and ...


  • Another Boy in the Family

    A Life Well Lived by

    World traveller extraordinaire Robert Barlas takes the reader on a journey through time and place. Born in England, Robert’s love of travel began during his summer breaks, where he travelled around Europe in a caravan with his parents. After ...


  • Participant/Observer

    An Unconventional Life in Politics and Academia by

    Some engage in politics; others observe it, but the author of this political memoir is among the few that have had the chance to do both. In these pages, Henry Milner shares his experiences as a student and community activist, an anglophone insider ...


  • Faith, Romance, and Creations Through Psychosis

    God-Given Gifts to a Tortured Soul! Book 2 by

    Megan Jackson Hall has struggled with her mental health for decades. Faith, Romance, and Creations through Psychosis is her powerful memoir that delves into a range of personal topics, including the author's continued distrust of her ex-husband and ...


  • Reflections of the North

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    The Canadian north is still a mystery to most Canadians. What is it like to live in a constant winter temperature of 40 below zero, with barely 2 to 3 hours of daylight? What is it like to live in a community that lives off the land, where a caribou ...


  • Dr. Benu Prasad Barua

    Biography of A Regional Scholar by

    This is a biography of my father, Dr. Barua. I always wanted to read story books instead of textbooks when I was a little girl. One day I discovered that I can tell my feelings and my surroundings in writing to my friends. When I got married to a ...


  • 100 Ways to Kill a Teacher

    Cautionary Tales About Public Education in Canada by

    What does it mean to be a cog in the educational system? This compilation of stories from a long and distinguished career in education will help those entering the field—or still in it—to understand the many pitfalls, heartbreaks, and limitations ...


  • Six Degrees of Freedom

    Opportunities met. Risks taken. Lessons learned. by

    Octogenarian aerospace engineer Peter Hughes identified 6 critical points in his life at which an important decision was required, and where the rest of his life could have been quite different, depending on that decision. In every case, he was ...


  • Six Under After Five

    Growing Old is Mandatory; Growing Up is Optional by

    A humorous collection of short stories that will keep you turning the page Hop into the author’s DeLorean and travel back to a simpler and less complicated time. A time when the most advanced technology included vinyl records, transistor radios, ...