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A Promise of Sweet Tea
By (author): Pinchas Blitt
ISBN: 9781989719152
Publisher: Second Story Press
Pages: 248
Price: $14.95
A memoir about a childhood in a small village in Eastern Europe and its destruction by the Nazis.
A Perfect Likeness
By (author): Richard Wagamese   Foreword by: Waubgeshig Rice
ISBN: 9781459828360
Publisher: Orca Book Publishers
Pages: 224
Price: $19.95
This volume contains two novellas by Richard Wagamese, Him Standing and The Next Sure Thing. Both stories follow the lives of young artists who have dreams for a better future.
The Tailor Project
By (author)s: Nicole Bryck, Paula Draper, Andrea Knight   Foreword by: Larry Enkin   Introduction by: Harold Troper
ISBN: 9781772601442
Publisher: Second Story Press
Pages: 320
Price: $29.95
The story of the approximately 2,500 Jewish tailors and their families who immigrated to Canada between 1948 and 1949 with the help of the Garment Workers’ Scheme after surviving the Holocaust.
All for One
By (author): Shelley Moore
ISBN: 9781553798842
Publisher: Portage & Main
Pages: 200
Price: $29.00
All for One tells the story of how some teachers, a couple of school districts and many families, came together to change the Individual Education Plan (IEP) narrative and design a plan for learning that meets the needs of an individual student, with the goal of increasing the places where students can be meaningfully included.
Because They Were Women
By (author): Josée Boileau
ISBN: 9781772601428
Publisher: Second Story Press
Pages: 308
Price: $24.95
A journalist examines the deaths of fourteen young female university students, shot and killed by Marc Lepine at the École Polytechnique in Montreal on December 6, 1989, because they were women.
Escape from the Edge
By (author): Morris Schnitzer
ISBN: 9781989719114
Publisher: Second Story Press
Pages: 192
Price: $14.95
A memoir of a German Jewish teenager who takes on three different identities and crosses countless borders to escape death at the hands of the Nazis during World War II.
At Great Risk
ISBN: 9781989719107
Publisher: Second Story Press
Pages: 365
Price: $17.95
Holocaust survivors write about how they were rescued by those who refused to stand by during the war.
The Dogs of Winter
By (author): Ann Lambert
ISBN: 9781772601404
Publisher: Second Story Press
Pages: 328
Price: $19.95
While writer Marie Russell and homicide detective Roméo LeDuc work to deepen their relationship, a serial killer is targeting homeless people in Montreal, and a student of Marie’s resists reporting the high-powered man who sexually assaulted her, out of fear of retaliation.
Never Going Back
By (author): Sam Wiebe
ISBN: 9781459825772
Publisher: Orca Book Publishers
Pages: 128
Price: $9.95
In this work of crime fiction, retired thief Ali is forced to do one more job for her old boss to protect her younger brother and the family business.
Teaching Fairly in an Unfair World
By (author): Kathleen Gould Lundy
ISBN: 9781551383439
Publisher: Pembroke Publishers
Pages: 160
Price: $24.95
An open-ended approach to giving students voice and challenging them to think critically about social justice issues.
Witness
Compiled by: Eli Rubenstein   With:
ISBN: 9781772601497
Publisher: Second Story Press
Pages: 152
Price: $32.95
Remarkable stories and photographs that bear witness to the Holocaust from the much-respected organization The March of the Living. An address by Steven Spielberg is included in new Afterword for new edition, released to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the end of WWII.
In the Hour of Fate and Danger
By (author): Ferenc Andai   Translated by: Marietta Morry, Lynda Muir
ISBN: 9781988065564
Publisher: Second Story Press
Pages: 298
Price: $14.95
A powerful, lyrical memoir by a World War II survivor of forced labor in the copper mines of Bor, Serbia.
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