To Catch A Shoplifter
by Michele Van Ryn
Once upon a time, Michele Van Ryn believed shoplifting to be an act only those under teenage peer pressure or those struggling to make ends meet would perform. She was wrong. Shoplifting truly knows no bounds—but who shoplifts, and why? In To ...
Bedtime Stories for Women Who Can't Sleep at Night
Tales and Reminiscences for the Awakened Woman by Laurissa Wieler
Is there anything better than sleeping deeply, and waking up to a rising dawn with a smile? Studies show that 57 percent of North American women experience insomnia at least a few times a week, making their way through restless nights as best they ...
A Life in Wine and Journalism by John Schreiner
Goodgrog: A Life in Wine and Journalism chronicles the life, and especially the career, of journalist John Schreiner, who may have had one of the most enviable jobs ever: wine writer. For over forty years, in newspaper and magazine articles and ...
The Door in the Wall
by Beverley A. Elliott
PART 1: When a child goes to sleep, a magical Door in the Wall appears. Depending on which way the Door’s handle is turned, she can choose one of two very different adventures. If turned to the right, she could travel with MollyMalloop. If turned to ...
Safer, Cleaner, Fairer, More Secure by Bill Stollery
Many people are concerned about the future. We need a world that is safer, cleaner and more secure. The required approach must have a global perspective. This book will help them feel enpowered and optimistic, will provide solutions to the world's ...
A Change in Fate
by Angélique Jones
Thirteen-year-old Chase can’t stop dreaming about future murders. He knows who will die and how, but without any other information, he is powerless to stop them. Frightened and confused, he doesn’t know where to turn. He can’t talk to his two best ...
A Memoir of Fortitude in the Face of Adversity by Heather Mallett
Valiant Be is a remarkable memoir of pain and resilience, and a gripping history of a family that is at once dysfunctional and deeply loving. Heather’s earliest memories revolved around her parents’ purchase and refurbishment of a gristmill beside ...
Mikhel Learns Magic
by Nicole C. Coleman and Mikhel M. Coleman
Did you know you can be anything you want to be as long as you focus on it? It’s magic! Mikhel’s mom just taught him about this magic, and now he’s super excited to share it with his friends. When he gets to school, Mikhel tells his best friend ...
Where Does Daddy Go All Day?
by Alanna Allan
Do you ever wonder what your parents do all day? Do they take naps like we do? Do they get to eat snacks? Do they have any fun at all? Well, one curious little boy wonders that very thing, and soon discovers that, even though many parts of his day ...
My Aviation Journey
From a Childhood Dream to an Airline Captain by Gerard Mofet
After graduating from flight college with a Commercial Pilot Licence in 1999, and with only $250 in his wallet, a suitcase, a typewriter, his flight bag and an abundance of grit, Gerard Mofet dove head first into the highly competitive world of ...