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  • Why It's Time to Go to Sleep

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    The bath is done, the milk is finished, the storybook has been closed. It’s time to go to sleep. The atmosphere of coziness and contentedness is shattered with a single question and the tantrum that goes with it: WHY? Of course, there’s the ...


  • Letters to Annie

    A Grandmother’s Dreams of Fairy Tale Princesses, Princes, & Happily Ever After by

    What do we love about fairy tales? How do they, along with Narnian and other fantasy stories, speak to us at any age? In the fictional voice of a grandmother writing to her granddaughter over the first twenty-five years of her life, Letters to ...


  • The Practice of Parenting - A Manual

    A toolkit for helping to enable your child to thrive in a competitive world while ensuring they stay confident and happy in their own skin by

    How ambitious are you for your children to think independently, trust themselves, enjoy what they do, and achieve their goals? Do you want them to be successful, self-confident, and yet not entitled? Undoubtedly, the answer is yes. Most of us are ...


  • Unsayable Absence

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    In the dusk of a disaster, Una McFadden is faced with indescribable pain and uncertainty in the middle of the Great Depression. She finds herself grieving in an asylum, wondering if she will ever see her children again. As a child growing up on the ...


  • From a Clown's Heart

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    Todd Canton has made it his mission to bring laughter to others as a comedian and a clown—but his life hasn’t always been full of joy. After losing his father at the tender age of eleven, his mother’s strength and his own humour were what got him ...


  • Just Me

    Growing Up in the 30s and 40s by

    Just Me is a collection of memories narrated by a young boy, growing up during the depression years of the 1930s and the war years of the 1940s. McCavour successfully captures the spirit of the times during those tumultuous two decades. The novel ...


  • Over the Rail Fence

    Lessons in Life from the Farm by

    Life on the farm taught Ken MacKenzie many things: integrity, responsibility, generosity, and stewardship. In this compendium of childhood recollections, Ken shares these lessons through another farm tradition: storytelling. Guided by the wisdom ...


  • Storm Orphan

    A Memoir by

    When Marsha Barrett is six years old, her mother dies of cancer. The youngest of three sisters in a Jewish family, she goes through a turbulent youth during the 1960s and 1970s, rebelling against her demanding and often absent father. Barrett ...


  • Musings of a 98 year old Scientist

    Reflections on Life, God, and the World from a Different Viewpoint by

    Musings of a 98-Year-Old Scientist is a mix of stories and discussions by a scientist who was deeply religious, and lived a unique life. John E. Burgener was born on March 10, 1917. The world was at war and women had just earned the right to vote. ...


  • For You

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    For You is a book about what it takes for some parents to finally have a child of their own. Infertility is an all-too-common hurdle that many people must overcome when wishing to grow their family, and reproductive assistance is often needed in ...