Flight: Stories of Canadian Aviation, Vol. 2 By Deana J. Driver and Contributors 37 true stories of dramatic first flights, aerial skills, adventures, joys, and perils of the Canadian aviation industry. Non-fiction. Short stories.
“We need to be careful that we don’t hurt the gifts that are given to us.” Told in paskwâwinîmowin (Plains Cree), anihšināpēmowin (Saulteaux), and English, this simple tale of traditional teachings and values follows a grandparent and grandchild on a visit to a chokecherry patch, where lessons about respect and gratitude for the earth’s gifts are shared.
Between right and wrong, it’s Shepherd’s call. Charlie Wolfe vanishes from Tony Shepherd’s high school graduation, leaving only a cryptic message asking for help. On his own, Tony must summon all the skills he’s learned over the years to find his friend. He’ll leave the safety of home and family to face off against old foes and uncover the truth of Charlie’s disappearance. But things are more complicated and dangerous than he realizes, and he’ll have to choose just how far he’s willing to go to save his friend.
Miss G and Me is a daughter's memoir of her mother's journey from Jamaica to England to rural Saskatchewan. Through anecdotes, poetry, journal writing, and personal essays, Jennifer S. Wallace unfolds her mother's life story of being a black woman in a mixed-race marriage, working as a nurse in two countries, and mentoring women and children of different countries and backgrounds. Jennifer reflects on how Miss G’s experiences impact her family and connect others with their history and culture.
This journal is a delightful place to record your thoughts. Featuring an original alcohol ink print on the cover, the journal offers 96 pages of creamy white 70lb paper. Measurements are 8.5 x 5 inches.