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  • Forgiven

    A Journey Through Love, Pain, and Self-Discovery by

    Forgiven relates the trials and troubles that have brought author Najah Williams to where she is today: a woman right with God; a survivor of abuse—committed by others and permitted, time and again, by herself; a fulfilled mother and a published ...


  • I Should Have Written A Book

    A Sailor’s Journey from Omaha Beach to Japan during World War II by

    William Grannetino served in the US navy during World War II. From the day he landed on Omaha Beach to the morning he sailed out of the Pacific theatre for the last time, he was surrounded by violence, trauma, death, and a comradery unparalleled in ...


  • Fight Fire with Food

    Cooking for Cancer Prevention by

    This cookbook contains recipes with a focus on foods that help keep our systems healthy and cancer free. As a holistic nutritional counsellor I see what the average North American diet looks like, and it is generally, lacking in healthy whole ...


  • The Reflections Journal

    by

    The Recovery Reflections Journal is a tool to be used to help establish a daily journaling practice. It encourages the use of writing, as well as art, to assist in making daily reflection a habit. Those in recovery from various mental health ...


  • Freda's Little Red Huset

    by

    Join Freda as she takes you on a fearless journey of history and discovery growing up in Sweden, in the tiny town of Jamjo. She lived with her family in the Little Red Huset with big wooden doors. Life was tough and demanding. Her family had to ...


  • Time Gone By

    With the Railway Mice of Countesthorpe by

    Time Gone By is a comforting children's tale about a group of mice faced with the death of a loved one. This story is set in an abandoned railway station in the small village of Countesthorpe, Leicestershire, England. After the group’s ...


  • Diffability

    The Liberation of Potential by

    The goal of this book is to attempt to begin a discussion and a movement to reform the conception of disability through language. We always try to tackle the barriers persons with disabilities have in society from a sociological or administrative ...


  • No! Mommy Said

    by

    Maylea is a joyful, curious toddler soaking up everthing she is learning like a sponge. But the word NO! seems to be the main word she is learning and hears everyday. While exploring her world Maylea learns the word No! is not a mean word but a word ...


  • A Chameleon from the Land of the Quagga

    An Immigrant's Story by

    Growing up ‘European’ in 1930s and ‘40s South Africa, Joan leads a privileged life … though marred by family tragedy. After she escapes her Victorian grandmother’s repressive upbringing to study midwifery, she comes face to face with the racial ...


  • The Day We Went into the Woods

    by

    "Let us tell you about the day we went into the woods. It had some creatures doing things you never thought they could. We’ll share our tales from one to ten - and keep you on your toes! Could it be true? That’s up to you. Find out how the story ...