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theBookshelf 2014


theBookshelf 2014

A catalogue of books by members of the Canadian Authors Association www.canadianauthors.org


| FICTION

ABUNDANCE OF THE INFINITE

Christopher Canniff

A psychologist travels to a coastal fishing town in Ecuador, where his recently deceased father lived. There, he discovers unsettling truths about himself and his family that eventually transform his reality into a lucid, disparaging dream from which he may not be able to escape. ISBN 978-1-927443-07-1 • 100 pages • PB, EB $14.95 <Buy now> Quattro Books (Quattro Fiction)

AFTER THE DRAGON RAID

Vanessa Ricci-Thode

After the Dragon Raid is a steamy romantic fantasy about a female soldier who catches the affections of a prisoner, but just as she begins to reciprocate, she discovers he isn’t who he seems. ISBN 978-1771800822 (PB); ISBN 978-1771800846 (EB); ISBN 978-1771800839 (HC) • 253 pages PB $22.99, EB $9.99, HC $48.99 <Buy now> Iguana Books

CALLED TO EGYPT ON THE BACK OF THE WIND

Anne Kathleen McLaughlin

Journeying to Egypt in November 2008, I anticipated only joy. Guided by master teacher Jean Houston through myth, ritual, sacred spaces, I was rent like Osiris, then rebirthed in a love mid-wifed by Isis, Hathor and Sekhmet. ISBN 978-0-88887-523-5 (PB); ISBN 978-0-88887-524-2 (EB) • 196 pages PB $19.95, EB; <Buy now> Borealis Press

DRAGON WHISPERER

Vanessa Ricci-Thode

Dragon Whisperer is a fantasy novel about a young woman who is immune to fire and who is forced to the peace between her kingdom and the local flight of dragons. ISBN 978-1927403723 (HC); ISBN 978-1927403655 (PB) • 220 pages HC $33.95, PB $22.99, EB $9.99 <Buy now> Iguana Books

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FIREBALLS

R. A. Abell

Sequel: Shelley, Pete and new friend Barbara are embroiled in a race to save millions from a devastating meteor strike. But a brutally violent and abusive fanatic comes from Barbara’s past, threatening to derail both her personal healing and the mission. ISBN 978-1502599209 • 252 pages PB $11.95, EB $8.25 <Buy now> Rovell Enterprises Ltd.

FOR TODAY I AM A BOY

Kim Fu

Peter Huang and his sisters—elegant Adele, shrewd Helen, and Bonnie the bon vivant—grow up in a house of many secrets, then escape the confines of small-town Ontario and spread from Montreal to California to Berlin. ISBN 978-0544034723 • 256 pages • PB $19.99 <Buy now> HarperCollins Canada

I BOW TO THEE, MY COUNTRY

Klothild de Baar

A fascinating tale of a brutal devastation and assassination of a princess. ISBN 978-1413773118; ISBN 1413773117 • 194 pages HC, EB, PB, $12.95 <Buy now> Publish America

KICKING THE SKY

Anthony De Sa

Anthony De Sa has an uncanny ability to perfectly capture the collective psyche of a community in crisis… gritty, heartbreaking, funny and poignant... a quirky cast of lush characters who captivate us from the first page and stay with us long after we put the book down. ISBN 978-0385664387 • 336 pages • PB $19.95 <Buy now> Doubleday Canada

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LIVING UNDERGROUND

Ruth E. Walker

Two childhoods. Two choices. One inevitable outcome. Moving back and forth through time, we follow a narrative journey through pre-WWII Germany and late-1960s Toronto, allowing a glimpse into what shaped these adults who must now make difficult and life-altering choices. ISBN-13 9781927079089; ISBN-10 192707908X • 288 pages PB $19.95, EB $8.92 <Buy now> Seraphim Editions

LODDY-DAH

Dolly Dennis

We follow Loddy and the troupe from the Garage Theatre as their lives unfold against the backdrop of political events in Montreal starting with Expo 67 and ending in 1970 with the October crisis. ISBN 978-1-55071-831-7 (PB); ISBN 978-1-55071-832-4 (EB) • 308 pages PB $25.00 <Buy now> Guernica Editions

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Grace O’Connell

A beautiful new face of fiction debuts from a stunningly gifted young novelist about what it means to be a daughter, a patient, a lover and a human being who can carry on after a massive loss. ISBN 978-0307360373• 352 pages • PB $22.95 <Buy now> Knopf Canada

THE BOOK OF A CANADIAN, SECOND CLASS MISSION TO NORTH AMERICA

James K. Hama Kiyoshi who survived WW2 as a newborn, immigrated to Canada to raise mink, struggled and topped the world market and raised a son as a neurosurgeon and a daughter as a CEO of Co. each of whom has three children. ISBN 978-1-926586-06-9 • 477 pages • PB $35.00 <Buy now> Fraser Journal Publishing

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P.S. DON’T TELL YOUR MOTHER

Margo Bates

P.S. Don’t Tell Your Mother is a slice of Canadiana offering a unique look into the culture of Northern BC. The comical, quirky, and irreverent story chronicles the life of Maggie Mulvaney and her grandmother Nana Noonan, a local legend. ISBN 1-4208-9075-1 • 156 pages • PB, EB $13.96 <Buy now> AuthorHouse

QUESTIONS WITHOUT ANSWERS

Michael Blekhman

This highly metaphoric book consists of novellas making up an entity. It is about the basic issues of human life: love, hope, repentance, faith, art... well, life itself. It has more questions than ready answers. ISBN 978-1-46537-159-1 • 217 pages HC $29.99, PB $19.99, EB $3.99 <Buy now> Xlibris

SENTINEL OF THE DAMNED

Klothild de Baar

Sentinel of the Damned is the story of Lily and Malcolm, a great love story that ends in a failed marriage told with all the poignancy of an intelligent mind. The narrator, Lily’s 80-year-old nanny, stretches her tale over several generations. ISBN 978-8176481717; ISBN 8176481718 • 410 pages HC, PB, EB $7.98 <Buy now> APH Publishing Corporation

SHIELDWOLF DAWNING

Selena Nemorin

Searching for a better life, Samarra and her brother escape their home world to join an order of shamans. Soon they are caught in a war between two magic factions. When her brother is captured, Samarra embarks on a dangerous journey. ISBN 978-1499260724 • 282 pages EB $5.20 <Buy now> Astraea Press

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TERROR ON THE ALERT

Robert W. MacKay

Terror on the Alert is a submarine thriller set in the Cold War during its most intensive period, the Cuban Missile Crisis. Ted Hawkins battles a Soviet submarine, his own fears, and an avowed enemy inside his own submarine. ISBN 978-1-77151-083-1 • 256 pages • PB, EB $16.95 <Buy now> TouchWood Editions

THE BRIDE STRIPPED BARE BY HER BACHELORS, EVEN

Chris F. Westbury

Two eccentric OCD patients go on a road trip in a Winnebago driven by a beautiful student of Women’s Studies in Religion, to buy an expensive working replica of a chocolate grinder portrayed by the French artist Marcel Duchamp. ISBN 978-1619022904; ISBN 1619022907 • 312 pages HC $25.00, EB $13.90 <Buy now> Counterpoint Press

THE CORPORATION

R.A. Abell

It’s 2039. Democracy has collapsed. The Corporation controls most of the world, led by a CEO driven by conflicts, secrets, and lust. Then personal tragedy strikes a young geneticist, setting in motion a series of events that might unravel the control of the Entitled. ISBN 978-1481172905 • 112 pages • PB $11.95, EB $8.25 <Buy now> Rovell Enterprises Ltd.

THE DARK

Claire Mulligan The language is supple but sharp. Mulligan’s mastery of voice, setting and character plunges us into the heart of hysteria. This book casts a special kind of spell over its readers. It’s mesmeric. ISBN 978-0385671798 • 528 pages • PB $22.00 <Buy now> Doubleday Canada

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THE DILETTANTES

Michael Hingston

The Peak: a university student newspaper with a hard-hitting mix of inflammatory editorials, hastily thrown-together comics and reviews, and a news section run the only way self-taught journalists know how—sloppily. It’ll take the scoop of a lifetime to save their beloved campus rag. ISBN 978-1554811823 • 288 pages • PB $21.95 <Buy now> Freehand Books

THE LIFE JACKETS

Omneya Shohayeb

A life jacket can be any person, thought, or event that saves lives. We never know what challenges the waves will bring us next. Each story is a unique and different perspective, a life jacket of its own ISBN 978-192659564-1 51295 • 135 pages • PB $12.95 <Buy now> Daisy May Publishing

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THE ORENDA

Joseph Boyden

By turns brutal and pastoral, Boyden’s re-imagining of the first contact between native peoples and Europeans feels authentic and insightful. This book is a lament for what was lost in that collision and a celebration of what survived. ISBN 978-0385350730 • 448 pages • PB $22.00 <Buy now> Penguin Group Canada

TRAILS

R.A. Abell Shelley, a 25-year old Ph.D. ecology student, is caught in a sudden rainstorm while hiking an Arizona mountain range. Her life takes an unexpected turn – throwing her highly organized and disciplined personal life into turmoil – and exposing an international intrigue. ISBN 978-1494900572 • 204 pages • PB $11.95, EB $8.25 <Buy now> Rovell Enterprises Ltd.

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TWIN SISTERS

Yang Yang

The events in Twin Sisters take place during the Cultural Revolution in northern China, 1966-1976. The time frame isn’t limited to those ten years; the author takes the reader back thirty plus years to the war against the Japanese occupation. ISBN 978-1-4269-0172-0 • 364 pages • PB $19.67 <Buy now> Trafford Publishing

UNIVERSAL TIDES BARBED WIRE BLUES

M. J. Milne

This exciting e-book with an international fan base includes a free downloadable game! Brave outlanders race to save the planet from corporate dictators and an invasion from a parallel dimension and they discover the ancient secret of the 12 Golden Keys. ISBN 978-0-9739654-0-7 • 307 pages • EB $12.97 <Buy now> Blue Heron Productions

WHO KNOWS WHERE BUTTERFLIES DIE

Dr. Pasha Parvaneh Hashemi

It is a profound allegory, based on true stories, showcasing the timeless story of the human spirit’s desire for freedom and self-determination, and the lengths that people will endure to fight for their rights to these values. ISBN 978-1491726334 (HC - English); ISBN 978-1491726341 (EB - English); ISBN 978-1491731383 (HC -Persian); ISBN 978-1491731376 (eBook Persian) • 320 pages • HC $29.95, EB $9.95 <Buy now> !Universe

ZENITH THE INTERSCISSION PROJECT: BOOK ONE

Arshad Ahsanuddin

Martin is offered a golden opportunity to pilot humanity’s first starship. Edward is a brilliant young engineer on the same project. Sparks fly between them, but an unseen enemy conspires to sabotage the mission, and Edward has his own agenda. ISBN 978-1497313590; ISBN 978-1927528402 • 350 pages PB $8.99, EB $4.99 <Buy now> Arshad Ahsanuddin

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UNLOCKING THE DOOR TO CONSCIOUS FREEDOM— CHANGE YOUR LIFE, CHANGE YOUR PLANET

M. J. Milne

Prepare for a new world by using this practical guide for handling change. Twelve key principles help you overcome life’s challenges; includes personal insights, inspirational stories, and key exercises to access your personal oracle.

| NONFICTION

12 GOLDEN KEYS FOR A NEW WORLD

ISBN 978-0-9739654-1-4 • 312 pages • PB $24.95 <Buy now> Blue Heron Productions

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ARCTIC JUSTICE

ON TRIAL FOR MURDER, POND INLET, 1923

Shelagh D. Grant

Arctic Justice recounts the circumstances that led to the first murder trial held in the Eastern Arctic, at which three Inuit were accused of killing a white fur trader. ISBN 0-7735-2337-5 (HC); ISBN 978-07773529298 (PB) • 368 pages HC $59.85, PB $23.96 <Buy now> McGill-Queen’s University Press

BLACK LOYALISTS SOUTHERN SETTLERS OF NOVA SCOTIA’S FIRST FREE BLACK COMMUNITIES

Ruth Holmes Whitehead

During the American Revolution, the British government offered freedom to slaves who would desert their rebel masters as a way of ruining the American economy. Many Black men and women escaped to the British fleet patrolling the East Coast, or to the British armies invading the colonies from Maine to Georgia. ISBN 978-1771080163 • 240 pages • PB $29.95 <Buy now> Nimbus Publishing

BLAZE OF COLOUR EMBRACING CREATIVITY

Diane Eastham

Perfect for anyone wishing to nurture creativity: personal narrative explores the creative process in action; current research provides perspective; strategies and examples help develop creativity; 90+ exercises provide hands-on experience; 18+ full colour bookplates of original art to inspire the reader. ISBN 978-0-9937560-0-9 • 273 pages • PB $24.95 <Buy now> Diane Eastham; printed at Pandora Print Shop

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EXPLAINING CANADA A PRIMER FOR YANKS

Ken Stange A humorous guide to Canada about the cultural differences between Canada and America, including the arts, politics, and ethnicity. The author, who grew up in The States and moved to Canada as an adult, knows personally of what he writes. ISBN 978-0-9809273-9-9 • 126 pages • PB $14.95 <Buy now> Two Cultures Press

FIVE SECONDS AT AT TIME w HOW LEADERS CAN MAKE THE IMPOSSIBLE POSSIBLE

Dennis Shackel & Tara Bradacs

When a mountain-climbing accident left business professor Denis Shackel stranded on Mount Ruapehu in New Zealand, he turned to leadership principles that he’d been teaching for years. Five Seconds at a Time will inspire readers to achieve the seemingly impossible. ISBN 978-1554687947 (HC), ISBN 1554687942 (HC), ISBN 978-1554687954 (PB), ISBN 1554687950 (PB) 240 pages • HC $19.99, PB $14.99 <Buy now> Harper Collins Canada

FROM FJORD TO FLOATHOUSE

Myrtle Siebert

Hand-loggers worked the 1900 remote coast where families lived on log rafts; transportation was boat; communication was mail. If it couldn’t be picked, caught, or shot, steamers supplied. The Forberg farm Andy left one hundred years before welcomes his granddaughter. ISBN 978-0-9880709-0-5 • 222 pages • PB $20.00, EB $4.99 <Buy now> CreateSpace

GOING HOME CYCLING THROUGH THE HEART OF AMERICA

Ken Stange

Story of a father and son cycling from New Orleans back to their home in Canada: for the father, a return to where he grew up; for his son, an introduction to the country that shaped his father. ISBN 978-0980927382 • 286 pages • PB $19.95 <Buy now> Two Cultures Press

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JUST MARY THE LIFE OF MARY EVELYN GRANNAN

Margaret Anne Hume

Mary Grannan, “Just Mary”, was a radio star in the pioneering days of Canadian broadcasting, writing and broadcasting children’s stories on CBC from 1939 to 1962 and publishing over thirty books. This creative and stylishly dressed woman is revealed. ISBN 978-1-55002-597-2 • 351 pages HC $35.00, EB $16.99 <Buy now> Dundurn Group

“JUST MARY” READER MARY GRANNAN, SELECTED STORIES

Selected, edited,and introduced by Margaret Anne Hume Presents a selection of Mary Grannan’s CBC broadcast scripts from children’s radio programs Just Mary, The Land of Supposing, and Jubilee Road, and television program Maggie Muggins. Broadcast from 1947 to 1962. ISBN 978-1-55002-598-9 • 161 pages • PB $24.99, EB $9.99 <Buy now> Dundurn Group

KEN DAVIDSON A TRUE GENTLEMAN OF MUSIC

Evelyn Ann Davidson Crete Ken Davidson, born in Halifax, Nova Scotia left an enduring legacy in music and beyond. His career spanned six decades encompassing country, folk, rock n roll, pop, jazz and classical. Read about this remarkable, multi-talented and truly unique Canadian musician. ISBN 978-1-482359-64-0; ISBN 1482359642 • 315 pages PB $24.95 <Buy now> CreateSpace

LIFE HISTORY OF SULTAN ALIMIRAH

Kadafo Mohammed Hanfare

A history of The Afar Sultanate, also known as The Sultanate of Awsa, of The Horn of Africa and one of its most prominent leaders, Sultan Alimirah Hanfare plays a pivotal role in Eritrean, Djiboutian, and Ethiopian History. ISBN 978-149182275; ISBN 1491822759 • 64 pages PB $15.92, EB $3.99 <Buy now> AuthorHouse Publishing

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MY LIFE ADVENTURES OF AN RCAF FLYER OFFICER, EATON’S MANAGER, AND FAMILY MAN

Albert Mair MacLean with Margaret Anne Hume Central to Albert Mair MacLean’s life and family history is his description of the gripping details of his experiences as a World War II RCAF pilot on the Avro Lancaster bomber. With warmth and humour, he recounts his life and career. ISBN 978-0-9879925-0-5 • 152 pages • PB $25.00 <Buy now> Cassie Cape Publications

NO TEARS FOR MY FATHER PART II: LEARNING TO LOVE MYSELF

Viga Boland

The author continues her memoir begun in No Tears for My Father recounting her recovery from childhood sexual abuse through the love of her husband and children. Includes photos and healing poems. ISBN 978-0-9920497-2-0 (PB); ISBN 978-1311578884 (EB) • 343 pages PB $20.00, EB $4.99 <Buy now> Viga Boland

ONE DAY IN AUGUST THE UNTOLD STORY BEHIND CANADA’S TRAGEDY AT DIEPPE

David O’Keefe

One of the most important Canadian nonfiction books we have published: the groundbreaking, thrilling, ultra-secret story behind one of WWII’s most enduring mysteries, which fundamentally changes our understanding of this sorrowful event in Canada’s past. ISBN 978-0345807700 • 512 pages • PB $22.00 <Buy now> Knopf Canada

POLAR IMPERATIVE w A HISTORY OF ARCTIC SOVEREIGNTY IN NORTH AMERICA

Shelagh D. Grant

Beginning with the first inhabitants through to the present, the history of Arctic sovereignty in North America is told from a comparative point of view highlighting the circumstances that challenged the ability to govern. ISBN 978-1-55365-418-6 (HC); ISBN 978-1-55365-806-1 (PB) • 560 pages HC $22.97, PB $14.97 <Buy now> Douglas & McIntyre

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SALVAGING CAPITALISM/ SAVING DEMOCRACY Dr. Bob Abell

We are facing the greatest transfer of wealth from the hands of the middle class in history. We cannot assume that big business and government will fix it of their own accord. They got us into this mess! ISBN 978-1480081215 • 204 pages • PB $15.95, EB $9.25 <Buy now> Rovell Enterprises Ltd

SUNRISE FROM AN ICY HEART A MEMOIR

Claudette Alexander This memoir chronicles Alexander’s love journey, the tears and joys of motherhood, and her rise above the strangling odds that face immigrants. A story of survival, determination, and the power to smash through the fence of fear and fly. ISBN 978-0993638619 (PB); ISBN 978-0993638602 (EB) • 271 pages PB, EB $5.24 <Buy now> Sabu Press

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THE MASSEY MURDER

Charlotte Gray

Charlotte Gray has created a captivating narrative, rich in detail and brimming with larger-than-life personalities. Set against the backdrop of the Great War in Europe and the changing face of a nation, The Massey Murder brings this sensational crime to vivid life for the first time. ISBN 978-1443409230 • 243 pages • PB $22.95 <Buy now> HarperCollins Canada

WOMAN NOT WANTED

Sherry Lee Benson-Podolchuk The first book to address the darker side of gender inequality in Canada’s National Police force. Describes the career of a female RCMP officer and her experiences as a victim of workplace bullying and harassment. ISBN 987-0-9784211-3-7 • 261 pages • PB $19.95, EB $7.95 <Buy now> Self/Independent Published

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| POETRY

ABANDONED BY THE MUSE

Bieke Stengos

The poems in Abandoned by the Muse by Bieke Stengos deal with the pain of loss and displacement. They draw their imagery from her emerging identification with the landscape that she is trying to make her own. ISBN 978-0-9881049-7-6 • 69 pages • PB $15.00, EB $5.00 <Buy now> Vocamus Press

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Renée Sarojini Saklikar

A series of elegiac sequences exploring the nature of individual loss, situated within public trauma. This collection breaks new ground in its approach to the saga that is Canada/Air India, an event and its aftermath that is both over-reported and under-represented in our national psyche. ISBN 978-0889712874 • 96 pages • PB $18.95 <Buy now> Nightwood Editions

DREAMS LAID DOWN Janice Notland Notland’s poetry is infused with a love of nature. The poems in this collection range from the intensely personal and introspective to outpourings of universal joy. Her keen-eyed observations of the everyday and the extraordinary invoke memorable images. ISBN 978-0-9812451-9-5 (EB); ISBN 978-0-9812451-7-1 (PB) • 150 pages PB $19.95, EB $8.95 <Buy now> Little White Publishing

HER RED HAIR RISES WITH THE WINGS OF INSECTS

Catherine Graham

Long recognized for the easy grace and strange beauty of her poems about grief and remembrance, Graham has crafted an ocean-spanning book of deep feeling, one that measures the sublime horror of loss against good humour and hard-won solace. ISBN 978-1894987769 • 72 pages • PB $17.00 <Buy now> Wolsak and Wynn Publishers

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WINTER’S SKIN

Tom Wayman

Ranges across memory and the present, coastal and inland settings, and metaphorical as well as literal winters. The delights and despair of a love affair gone wrong, vivid recollections of social protest in the steady Vancouver winter rain, and the beauty of experiencing ski trails along the Slocan River. ISBN 978-0889822931 • 96 pages • PB $19.95 <Buy now> Oolichan Books

The once peaceful world of Galenia is slowly being torn apart. As Hanna explores this new world, searching for her way home, she’s unprepared for where the journey takes her.

YOUNG ADULT

Laura L. Comfort

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JOURNEY TO KOKOROE

ISBN 978-0-9920792-0-8 (PB); ISBN 978-0992079215 (EB) • 310 pages PB $14.99, EB $4.95 <Buy now> CreateSpace/Smashwords

GUILDS OF GALYNDOR QUEST FOR THE SAGACITAS ELIXIR

K.S. Crooks

Guild members have the exceptional ability to harness many powerful forces that exist in the world. Four friends use their newly acquired, extraordinary abilities on a quest into the heart of peril to prevent the tragic death of a schoolmate. ISBN 978-1-49692-361-5 (PB), ISBN 978-1-49692-360-8 (EB) • 290 pages PB $19.95, EB $7.17 <Buy now> AuthorHouse

OTHER

Joyce Harries

A gently humourous collection of memoirs, fiction, essays, recipes and poems will make you think about your own lives. A 1930’s childhood, romance, ranching, parenting, widowhood, old age, all with tastes of food through the mix.

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A WISE OLD GIRL’S OWN ALMANAC

ISBN 978-1-4602-1439-8 (HC), ISBN 978-1-4602-1440-4 (PB), ISBN 978-1-4602-1441-1 (EB) • 207 pages HC $25.00, PB $20.00, EB $4.44 <Buy now> Friesen Press

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I LIKE ME 5 EASY WAYS FOR PARENTS TO HELP THEIR CHILDREN FEEL AWESOME ABOUT THEMSELVES

Dr. Eleanor Wint

Using activities/critical questions, parents will learn five easy strategies, the S.H.I.N.E. technique, for strengthening/developing their preschoolers’ self-concept. A must read as our children worldwide learn to adapt and grow in today’s fast-changing world. A special section for Grandparents and Dads!

CHILDREN

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ISBN 978-1-4602-1551-7 (PB); ISBN 978-1-4602-1550-0 (HC); ISBN 978-14602-1552-4 (EB) • 144 pages • HC $11.99, PB $11.99, EB $5.99 <Buy now> Freisen Press

DANDELION ADVENTURE

R. J. Bronson

A dandelion adventure of survival and rescue that you don’t want to miss. After something magical happens, Sam sets out to save the day but encounters unexpected obstacles. Will time run out? Find out in this children’s story. ISBN 978-0-9880789-1-8 (PB); ISBN 978-0-9880789-0-1 (EB) • 64 pages PB $7.62, EB $2.99 <Buy now> CreateSpace

LITTLE AFRICAN BEAR

Georgia Hunter

Little African Bear is the heart warming story of a small silk bear who longs to be accepted into his African community. But, the African animals tell him, “No bears live in Africa!” Only with the encouragement from a silkworm and the help from a tourist is Little Bear able to find his special place. ISBN 1495396932 • 44 pages • PB $12.99, EB $3.99 <Buy now> Blue Crow Books

WONDERLAND STORIES

Kati C. Lyon-Villiger

Four children’s stories explaining scientific and economic concepts in a fairytale setting: Waterland, Moneyland, Phoneland, and Atomland. ISBN 0-89260-183-3 • 28 pages • PB $4.75 <Buy now> Hwong Publishing Company

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Award Winners Nonfiction ARCTIC JUSTICE ON TRIAL FOR MURDER, POND INLET, 1923

Shelagh D. Grant • Canadian Historical Association Clio Award for northern history

FIVE SECONDS AT A TIME HOW LEADERS CAN MAKE THE IMPOSSIBLE POSSIBLE

Denis Shackel & Tara Bradacs • Life Stories, The Word Guild Canadian Writing Awards, June 2011 • General Readership, The Word Guild Canadian Writing Awards, June 2011

POLAR IMPERATIVE A HISTORY OF ARCTIC SOVEREIGNTY IN NORTH AMERICA

Shelagh D. Grant • Lionel Gelber Prize for the best English language book on global affairs • J.W. Dafoe book prize for nonfiction • CAA Lela Common Award for Canadian history

CAA 2014 Literary Award Winners THE ORENDA Joseph Boyden (Fiction) THE MASSEY MURDER Charlotte Gray (Canadian History) CHILDREN OF AIR INDIA Renée Sarojini Saklikar (Poetry) MAGNIFIED WORLD Grace O’Connell (Emerging Writers)


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The bookshelf 2014 dfr  

A catalogue of books by members of the Canadian Authors Association