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Leading Through Spirals of Inquiry
By (author)s: Judy Halbert, Linda Kaser
ISBN: 9781774920206
Publisher: Portage & Main Press
Pages: 150
Price: $29.00

This professional resource provides a proven framework to help school leadership teams—including teachers, principals, superintendents, and district leaders—transform learning environments and change outcomes for students.

Immoral, Indecent, and Scurrilous
By (author): Gerald Hannon
ISBN: 9781770866027
Publisher: Cormorant Books
Pages: 304
Price: $24.95
A memoir from a journalist, LGBTQ+ activist and unrepentant sex radical charged for writing indecent, immoral and scurrilous material in a groundbreaking case of freedom of expression.
Growing Old, Going Cold
By (author): Kathleen McDonnell
ISBN: 9781772602555
Publisher: Second Story Press
Pages: 224
Price: $22.95
In this wide-ranging memoir, McDonnell shares her love of cold water swimming and the lessons she has learned from a slow and steady commitment to the waves.
No Second Chances
By (author): Kate Graham
ISBN: 9781772602180
Publisher: Second Story Press
Pages: 232
Price: $24.95

No Second Chances shares the stories of the rise and fall of women in Canada’s most senior political roles and examines the obstacles that prevent more women from reaching for and achieving these goals. Based on interviews conducted for the Canada 2020 No Second Chances podcast, hosted by author Kate Graham.

Managing Student Behavior
By (author): Marsha Costello
ISBN: 9781551383552
Publisher: Pembroke Publishers
Pages: 128
Price: $28.95
This practical book provides an in-depth understanding of student behavior, along with many effective, evidence-based strategies that support positive change. Although there is no one-size-fits-all answer, when these strategies are applied consistently they will have a profound effect on classroom behavior that will last.
Mathematizing Student Thinking
By (author): David Costello
ISBN: 9781551383569
Publisher: Pembroke Publishers
Pages: 160
Price: $28.95

Mathematizing Student Thinking outlines an approach to mathematics instruction that emphasizes making connections to the lived experiences of students. It supports teachers in providing students with problems that are meaningful, engaging, and purposeful and support students as independent, critical thinkers.

A Passport to Reprieve
By (author): Sonia Caplan
ISBN: 9781989719169
Publisher: The Azrieli Foundation
Pages: 356
Price: $14.95
The memoir of a young Polish Jewish woman’s escape from the brutality of wartime Poland, right before the destruction of Jewish life in her hometown.
Okanagan Women’s Voices
By (author): Jeannette Armstrong   Edited by: Janet MacArthur, Lally Grauer
ISBN: 9781926886527
Publisher: Theytus Books
Pages: 464
Price: $32.95
A direct window into the lives of settlers and Indigenous Peoples in eras of upheaval, uncertainty and reform, this collection is a much-needed lens into histories too often told by the colonial state.
Powerful Poetry
ISBN: 9781551383521
Publisher: Pembroke Publishers
Pages: 128
Price: $28.95
Adrienne Gear continues the journey of effective literacy instruction with a focus on poetry. Combining writing, reading and oral language skills, this book will provide teachers with a wealth of engaging lessons to bring the power of poetry into their classrooms.
Any Kind of Luck at All
By (author): Mary Fairhurst Breen
ISBN: 9781772602012
Publisher: Second Story Press
Pages: 232
Price: $22.95

A bittersweet memoir of "radical acceptance," filled with scenes of courage and activism, from a life in the shadow of four generations of mental illness and addiction.

Deepening In-Class and Online Learning
ISBN: 9781551383545
Publisher: Pembroke Publishers
Pages: 160
Price: $28.95
A grab-bag of joyful activities teachers can use to involve students in digital learning as they encourage interaction and inclusion. Simple ways to easily align student learning objectives and skills to the virtual environment.
Spílǝxm
By (author): Nicola I. Campbell
ISBN: 9781553799351
Publisher: Portage & Main Press
Pages: 336
Price: $32.00

In this extraordinary memoir, best-selling author Nicola I. Campbell combines rich, accessible poetry with vivid short stories to trace her journey of overcoming adversity and colonial trauma.

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