Searching for the Wild Girl of Champagne by Kathleen McDonnell
In September 1731, a feral child emerged from the woods in the Champagne region of France. Clothed in animal skins, with matted, unkempt hair, and wielding a small club, she ran like a hare, climbed trees like a cat, and ate leaves and raw meat. But ...
A Kansas Man's Story by William Craig Lachowsky
In this daring and compelling work of personal memoir, author William Craig Lachowsky details his life story, from birth to now. Expelled from middle school for penning an off-color illustration not long after the Columbine massacre, Lachowsky finds ...
Talented Miramichiers in the Gilded Age
Irish Miramichiers who Made a Difference at Home, New York, Leadville and Bathurst by Thomas W Creaghan
“The family which Samuel and Mary Ann (Daley) Adams raised at Miramichi, New Brunswick in the 19th. century was truly a remarkable one, as their great-grandson Tom Creaghan reveals in this work. ” — Willis D. Hamilton, author of the Dictionary of ...
Shepard, Alberta in the 1930s and Early 1940s
Reminiscences by Stan Humenuk by Stan Humenuk
If you enjoy reading simple human-interest stories and would like to learn things at the same time, you will enjoy reading the author’s reminiscences in this book about growing up in Shepard, Alberta, a small hamlet near the City of Calgary in the ...
Living the Love
Emily Hobhouse post-war (1918-1926) by Jennifer Hobhouse Balme
In 1918 Emily Hobhouse was 58 and a partial invalid. She could have retired to her beloved Cornwall to write her memoirs but the plight of the children of Europe, half starved by war restrictions, called her to new works. Helped by the Save the ...
Us and Them
Canada, Canadians and The Beatles by John Robert Arnone
Us and Them chronicles the depth to which Canada and Canadians were part of The Beatles’ story—their formation, growth and break up. Entertaining and well researched, Us and Them places John, Paul, George and Ringo as a band and as solo artists in ...
Growing Up in the 30s and 40s by Thomas McCavour
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 ...
Between Blade and Bullet
The Mary Steinhauser Story by Margaret Franz
Mary Steinhauser is the only peace officer in the history of penal institutions in Canada to willingly offer up her life in the service of her country. It was during a 1975 prison escape attempt and 41-hour hostage-taking by three desperate inmates ...
Coming to America
A Gold Mountain Dream by Paul C. Ng
Everyone may agree that America is still the greatest country in the world. However, some may also argue that America is in decline. We are confronting huge problems such as government gridlocks, budget deficits, national debt, loss of jobs, energy ...
Brothers, Lift Your Voices
by Robin Langstaff-French
The year is 1944, and as the world undergoes one of modern history’s most horrific eras, the Langstaff family strives to remain connected despite the oceans and battlegrounds that separate them. Brothers, Lift Your Voices is an epic compilation of ...