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  • 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

    by

    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 ...


  • It's Odd, The Things One Remembers

    by

    'It's Odd, The Thing's One Remembers' traces the life of Nina Ann Bentley (later Nina Ann Smith) from an idyllic childhood in 1920s England, through her service in the Royal Air Force during World War II, and on into the far more challenging decades ...


  • Really, Granddad?

    by

    A young girl climbs up on her grandfather’s knee, looks up at him with her big eyes and says, “Granddad, tell me another story.” And Granddad is happy to oblige. These are the tales of Wayne Sherrard. Some are homespun, workaday little family ...


  • All Up in My Kitchen

    by

    Cooking a healthy, non-time-consuming, delicious meal that pleases everyone is not as hard as it seems! Here’s a cookbook that offers practical, healthy, and impressive meal solutions to help you feed your family and friends. All Up in My Kitchen ...


  • A Letter to My Father

    What Your Son Wants to Tell You But Doesn't by

    Many books have been written about the father-son relationship. Most of the readers are well-meaning fathers looking for helpful advice on how to build a relationship with their sons and impact them in a real, meaningful way from older wise men, who ...


  • Finding Calm in the Chaos

    A Parenting Journey by

    This book is about a parenting journey. It is a story about being born in chaos, growing up in chaos and then creating a chaos of her own. It is a parenting book that allows you to learn through story. It is about Finding what helps you stay Calm ...