Fiction, Family Life, Siblings
and the One Hundred Quart Rule by Phyllis Del Puppo
Julie's family has refined their love of hiking and huckleberries into the art, science, and sport of bucket walking. Whether food for the belly or food for thought, there's nothing better than heading out with an empty bucket and coming home with ...
Bales & Spires
by Margaret Growcott
IN 19TH CENTURY ENGLAND, Jane Kershaw, at ten years old, works every morning in a Lancashire cotton mill, and then goes to school in the afternoons. She is the youngest of eight sisters who all work in the cotton industry. Each sister has a tale of ...
Henri's Last Gift
by Gilles Jaitour
Something terrible happened when Josh Bencet was ten yours old, and it’s left him guarded, repressed, and unable to share—even with his beloved wife, Jackie, or Henri, his de facto father. But when Henri is dying and asks Josh to take care of his ...
Bambi My Narcissistic Sister
by Laura Ricard
Narcissistic Personality Disorder. Everyone has known someone in their life with this disorder. Hopefully, you haven't had to endure them in your family. If you have you may recognize this special person in my sister Bambi. A complicated character ...
Of Course You Did
by Geoff Moore
“How’d you like to be the enslaved consort of an alien princess?” “Why? You’ll describe her as a lizard creature or something.” Tom, a failed science fiction writer, explores his own life and his relationship with his older brother Pete, in three ...
The Inheritance of the Cedar Grove Resort
by Deloris Packard
They say you should never go into business with family. But what if it’s a family run business like the Cedar Grove Resort in the Muskoka’s cottage country. When her mother dies, Debbie Delanie gains two unwilling business partners: her older ...
by Dar Petersen
Unity, a sequel to Reunions, continues to follow the life of the Chase family. Elle, the matriarch of the family binds the family with her love and strength. In the previous book, Elle leans on her sons for support but, the roles have reversed. ...
A Storybook for the Wounded Child in Each of Us by Marilyn Ryerson
Healing from our wounds doesn’t mean that we were never wounded but that the wounds no longer confine or define us. The Self-Searcher: A Storybook for the Wounded Child in Each of Us is an illustrated storybook for adults about bringing the wounded ...
A People at the Source of a River
by Myrna Brown
In 1933, a young Jewish family leaves an increasingly tense Germany for New York. Eager to make a place for his family in America, Henrich Schwartz purchases a large acreage in Washington State with plans to plant an apple orchard. With his wife, ...
Broken Promises by Frances Hanson
A child’s love has been filled with broken promises. At the age of eight the child ‘Liv’ embarks a journey across Canada in the luggage cargo of a bus. Liv’s biological mother, Ruby, is a self center person who realizes her ticket to freedom is ...