CA$12.95Whimsical in both word and illustration, this delightful tale tickles the imagination -- and the funny bone! -- as you discover all the unusual places in which a pet (or a child!) might want to take a nap.
CA$12.95"A century is only a spoke in the wheel of everlasting time." -Louis Riel.
In 1885, Batoche is a dangerous place to be! The discovery of a magic pocket watch at the Batoche National Historical Site hurls Max, Kaeleigh and Liam back in time to the eve of the greatest battle fought in the North West: the Battle of Batoche!
The North West Field Force sent by Prime Minister Sir John A. Macdonald is about to attack the Métis of the small village. Soldiers march and the bell of Batoche rings out in warning as the three time-travelling siblings, together with their new friend Isidore, find a way to help Gabriel Dumont and Louis Riel lead their people during the North West Resistance. It's an adventure like nothing they could have imagined, full of danger, intrigue and mystery!
CA$12.95Li'l Shadd's father is a busy pioneer doctor. When Dr. Shadd is called away to see a patient on Li'l Shadd's birthday, the young boy struggles to understand why helping people is more important than his birthday party. There's only one way to find out: join his father on the long horse-and-wagon journey to help Nīkānisiw's family!
CA$12.95Le père de Li’l Shadd est un médecin pionnier très occupé. Lorsque Dr Shadd est appelé à aller voir un patient le jour d’anniversaire de son fils Shadd, le jeune garçon n’arrivait pas à comprendre pourquoi aider d’autres personnes était plus important que sa fête. Il y a une seule façon de le découvrir : rejoindre son père sur le long voyage en calèche pour aider la famille Nīkānisiw.
CA$14.95A beautifully illustrated and informative colour children's picture book, The Canadian Shield Alphabet is chock full of interesting and little-known facts that highlight, letter by letter, the vast regions of the Canadian Shield -- a 4.8 million square kilometre area (almost half of Canada!) -- and the people who live there.
CA$14.95Sunday, June 30, 1912 was a very hot day in Regina, Saskatchewan. Late that afternoon, two ominous black clouds appeared on the southern horizon--then, suddenly, the funnel cloud of an awesome tornado!
CA$14.95An uplifting story of friendship, freedom & hope,Piebald shares the allegorical tale of a herd of wild prairie horses who value their freedom more than life itself.
CA$14.95If you were swept away in the rushing waters of a raging river, what would you do?
Barry is doing his best to overcome his reputation as a bit of a scaredycat when he volunteers to lend a hand filling sandbags to help prevent flooding in his home town of Valley View. But things don't go as planned, and he finds himself in a dangerous situation, having to cope with the raging river, a couple of criminals, and some grown-up responsibilities in the adventure of his life!
CA$14.95What started out as a vacation plan gone awry quickly turned into a tale of laughter, tears and seat-gripping adventure --"a crazy midlife journey with a team of horses and a covered wagon, an amazing trek we could neither have anticipated nor imagined! At a crossroads in our lives, we had no agenda, so it came as a surprise when we realized this journey was spreading a message of inspiration and encouraging others to dream!"
CA$14.95The true story of a Christmastime adventure...Nine-year-old Annie and her little sister Olly set out on the morning of November 18, 1933 to find Santa Claus. Making their way through unknown parts of the city to the Eaton's department store, Annie and Olly discover Santa in unexpected places.
CA$14.95Judith Pellerin's Dancing My Life, Dancing My God uses the metaphor of dance to describe how life can be lived joyously and with fulfillment.
The concept of dance as prayer, as communication between self and God, is introduced in an engaging and accepting way for those seeking to discover deeper meaning in their communion with the Divine.
Balancing information on the history of dance as Spirit-led communication with more personal anecdotes of the meaning of dance for people today, Dancing My Life, Dancing My God offers a starting place for discussion and discovery of dancing a Spirit-filled life.
CA$14.95Frances loves to write, especially in her favourite spot—the barn loft! Encouraged by her aunt, she sends a poem to The Western Producer, hoping it will be chosen for the Young Co-operators’ Club pages—a section of the newspaper just for young writers like her. And she waits ... and she waits. Will the newspaper editor ever print her poem?
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The Canadian Shield Alphabet
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Forgotten Gardens, Abandoned Landscapes & Remarkable Restorations
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You're Going Where?!
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Where Does Your Dog Sleep?
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He Who Flies By Night: The Story of Grey Owl
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