CA$16.95It's not easy being a teen. Entering the adult world of judgment and responsibility can be tough, especially when you're already dealing with a changing body. The need to stand on your own can conflict with your need to belong, and the overwhelming nature of it all can make you wonder if you're the only one who feels this way. Am I the Only One? helps you see your potential, providing tools to build confidence and hope, and letting you know that even if it feels like it, you're not alone.
CA$19.95Shepherd & Wolfe. They’re not the Hardy Boys.
High school student Sheri Beckman has disappeared. When a massive search turns up nothing, her boyfriend, Tony Shepherd, joins forces with a wise-ass troublemaker named Charlie Wolfe to find out what happened.
But Charlie’s investigations aren’t always legal, so when another missing girl is found dead, Tony must decide whether doing right might sometimes mean doing wrong.
Together, Shepherd and Wolfe must find a ruthless killer and stop him before someone else dies.
CA$12.95Learn the alphabet down on the farm!
CA$16.95Olga Stefaniuk will always be grateful she had cancer. Fighting the disease helped her find strength she didn't know she had.
Determined to use her life for a greater purpose, she started cancer support groups, brought cancer retreats to Saskatchewan and spread a message of hope to patients, caregivers and the medical community.
Her story of resilience, positivity and resolve to make a difference reminds us all what power we hold within.
CA$24.95A normal kid with a normal life, not much happens to Freddie until one not-so-normal day when she tells a MONSTER LIE ... and all heck breaks loose!
CA$21.95It seemed loneliness was to be my life's companion; the more people there were around me, the more alone I felt. I wondered if I would ever fit in anywhere. The sequel to the award-winning memoir, Black Fury. (Great Northwest Book Festival) The compelling story of a family in turmoil.
CA$17.95What began as a casual collection of notes about growing up on a farm more than 60 years ago grew to be a bigger project that became this book. Inspired by her family to record her stories and memories, Joyce Olesen reflects on the "good old days," not to glorify them as a time better than the present, but to offer a glimpse into the life of one family who grew up on the Saskatchewan prairie and to celebrate those long ago days.
OUR CLIENTS SAY...
Marion Mutala, author of the award-winning Baba’s Babushka series
Eileen Munro, author of ABC’s Down on the Farm
Ghosts of Government House
The Canadian Shield Alphabet
I Like You, I Like Me, Too!
Ileen Sheehan Boechler, author of I Know My Onions: Homesteading North of the 53rd
Forgotten Gardens, Abandoned Landscapes & Remarkable Restorations
Boris Kishchuk, author of Long-Term Care in Saskatchewan and Crown Corporations of Saskatchewan
You're Going Where?!
Dr. Felix Veloso, author of Stroke Prevention Naturally: Proven Non-Pharmaceutical Stroke Avoidance Strategies and Dementia Prevention Naturally: Evidence-Based Strategies To Enrich Cognition
Treena Wynes, author of Am I the Only One? Struggling Being a Teen
Val Lawton, professional artist
Where Does Your Dog Sleep?
Joyce Olesen, author of 113 Boathouse Hill
Wes Funk, award-winning novelist, author of Cherry Blossoms, Dead Rock Stars and Wes Side Story: A Memoir
Jakob, Out of the Village
He Who Flies By Night: The Story of Grey Owl
Bev Lundahl, author of Entangled Roots: The Mystery of Peterborough’s Headless Corpse