CA$21.95I read the ad. "Know Thyself. Astrology lessons--only serious students need apply." To know myself--how wonderful! But I didn't realize just how long and rough the road to self-discovery would be. The sequel to the award-winning memoir, Black Fury and A Family of Our Own. The compelling true story of a family in turmoil.
CA$19.99Snuggling up for storytime and sharing the traditions of the kitchen are great ways to spend family time together. "Read and Bake with Grandma" is a delightful way to do both, while capturing the flavour of each holiday as the year unfolds!
CA$19.95Frustrated and disenchanted with farm life and marriage, Cherry Markowsky grabs her dog and heads toward a new beginning in the city of Saskatoon. Yet between dealing with a new career, a potential suitor, a drifting son, and newly-discovered quirk of her brother's, Cherry discovers this is only the first of the hurdles she must jump.
CA$19.95Quirky record store owner Jackson Hill doesn't know it, but his routine life in Saskatoon is about to take a bumpy ride. When his father dies unexpectedly, Jackson heads down the highway to his hometown in southern Saskatchewan. He knows the funeral will be rough, but he doesn't expect to meet a handsome stranger along the way or to face-off with his brother about dark issues of the past. A humorous tale of one man's fascination with rock 'n' roll, Dead Rock Stars is a stirring account of sibling rivalry, acts of forgiveness, and growing up gay on the Canadian Prairies.
CA$19.95Angels are full of light and love, heavenly messengers from above. This lovely bedtime picture book describes the ways and signs through which the Angels make their presence known in our lives, a gentle and comforting reminder of the heavenly blessings we experience every day. Angels are always there for you. Caring with love is what Angels do.
CA$19.95It's hard to make friends when you're a monster! A group of young monsters must learn cooperation and tolerance to overcome their differences in order to survive a hostile world without adult guidance. Having escaped from a crashed train full of cages below the earth, the various critters slowly come to trust each other as they flee those who would enslave them, and battle or outwit those who want to halt their bid for freedom.
CA$19.95We live in a world full of possibilities...Our lives are written in code—one that can be cracked. The code is written in misery, bad experiences and negative memories. Through healing and awareness, we can break the code to reveal what lies beneath: forgiveness, love and understanding. Pain and illness are often self-created, but we can uncreate them as well. We can take back our power and learn to feel better by becoming conscious and aware.
CA$19.95The boys are back! Tony Shepherd’s relaxing summer at the lake with his family crashes to a halt when Charlie Wolfe arrives at the cabin after a local man goes missing. Nothing is ever simple when Charlie’s around, and soon the boys are caught in a dark tangle of violence and danger. If they’re not careful, their search could bring harm to more than just themselves… Can Tony protect his family and<\i> Charlie?
CA$19.95WITHIN THESE PAGES lie twenty-one poems…and twenty-one worlds: worlds in the farthest reaches of space, worlds steeped in myth and legend, worlds that never were, and worlds that yet could be. Written by award-winning science fiction and fantasy author Edward Willett, and beautifully illustrated by Alberta artist Wendi Nordell, each poem was inspired by—and contains—two lines of published poetry from Saskatchewan poets, sent out every weekday by former Saskatchewan Poet Laureate Gerald Hill as a Poetry Month challenge to members of the Saskatchewan Writers Guild in April 2016. Every poem tells a story. Some are frightening. Some are funny. Some are poignant, some surreal. Enter a realm of unfettered imagination…and embrace the fantastical.
CA$19.95They hailed from all regions of Canada. They were focused on a momentous task. They were going to uphold the laws of this country.
In June 1966, thirty-two young men from across Canada arrived at RCMP “Depot” Division in Regina, Saskatchewan, where they underwent rigorous training. The physical and emotional challenges were many, but in spite of these, the recruits developed a sense of camaraderie and determination that enabled them to graduate as C-1966/67 Troop.
Faces of the Force follows the careers of these young police officers as they dispersed across Canada to encounter both triumph and tragedy; some would remain in the RCMP, others would pursue other paths. Through it all, they would never forget the lessons they learned, and what it means “to serve and protect.”
CA$19.95This beautifully simple book illustrates the traditional children's goodnight prayer, with room for parents and caregivers to add photos and drawings of the people important in their children's lives.
Written in memory of the author's son, this book holds the words he said every night before he laid his head down to sleep. Her prayer is that his words and wishes will go on to bless you, your children and children around the world, especially those who have no parents, who are hungry, abused or ill. The proceeds from this book are to help children in need. May God bless them.
May this little book help you to pray together and appreciate every loved one in your life.
CA$19.95Revenge is a kind of wild justice ...
In the rugged landscape of Saskatchewan's untamed north, Constable Al Stava--former Junior Hockey League star and rookie RCMP officer--finds himself in a deadly faceoff against the perpetrators of a series of vengeful acts, embroiled in the game of his life as he struggles to prevent the twisted global politics of an enemy bent on thwarting justice.
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