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  • Hide nor Hair

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    For seven years, Claire thought she was living the perfect life with the perfect partner. Julie was everything she thought she wanted, and together on a tiny island in the Salish Sea the two lived as one, laughing together, making love every day, ...


  • The Magic Umbrella

    Bratasaurus Vs Tyrannosaurus by

    Kwadan and Jorku would like to invite you to join them under their beautiful magical umbrella and soar to exciting places as they see different things while learning to understand and communicate with each other. Kwadan and his son Jorku are very ...


  • Winston Wakes

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    Winston the wombat is trying to get a good night sleep. He is awakened by a bad dream. Poor Winston. Now he is upset and scared. His mom helps him settle down but they find that he is just too awake to go back to sleep. Winston and his mom try to ...


  • Be Proud You're Canadian

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    In this delightful book for young readers, Corinne Isaacs takes us on a fascinating journey into the heart of Canada. Corinne sheds light on Canada’s international industry, its’ history, scientific contributions, values, and Collective Society ...


  • Suckerpunched

    A woman's experiences as a log scaler by

    A true account of a woman’s cherished career in forestry is graphically recalled from journals, photos and original artwork. The memoir is an account of her day-to-day log scaling duties. Her fundamental beliefs that companies would protect and ...


  • The Georgian Bay Ship Canal

    Canada's Abandoned National Dream by

    The Georgian Bay Ship Canal was a river and lake canalization scheme designed to create a commercial waterway along the route of the voyageurs. It was the dream of Canadian businessmen and entrepreneurs for centuries. Originally a trade route for ...


  • Sisters Learn Traditional Foods = The Oolichan Fish

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    For the first time, Author Samantha Beynon and Illustrator Lucy Trimble were able to create a rich traditional Children’s book that relates to their Nisga’a Ancestry surrounding the oolichan Fish. This story may be fiction; however, it tells many ...


  • The Broken Veranda

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    Joanne E. Beattie wrote The Broken Veranda as a fictionalized account of her older sister’s experience with polio. Although Joanne wasn’t alive when her sister contracted the disease, she often heard older members of her family talk about the ...


  • The Naughty Princesses

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    The day the twin princesses disappeared without a trace, their nannies were blamed. Secretly their stepmother, Elvora (the present queen of the land), couldn’t be more pleased. She’s the one who arranged an accident to befall the young princesses, ...


  • All About Eden

    The Genesis of Sex by

    It wasn’t Eve’s fault. All About Eden: The Genesis of Sex is an intriguing exploration of the Garden of Eden story from a new perspective: Eve is not responsible for the sin of the world. Detailed reinterpretation of a key Hebrew word in Genesis 1–3 ...