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A Family Outing
By (author): Ruby Remenda Swanson
ISBN: 9781770864764
Publisher: Cormorant Books
Pages: 392
Price: $24.00
The process of a child coming out to a parent results in that parent having to "come out" to her extended family, co-workers, neighbors, and friends as the mother of a gay man.
A Secret Music
ISBN: 9781770863675
Publisher: Cormorant Books
Pages: 288
Price: $21.95
Lawrence knows in every fiber of his soul that he was meant to be a famous concert pianist, but the road to his pinnacle of success—performance on the stage at Carnegie Hall—is a steep and winding one, full of obstacles and family tragedy.
By (author): Bryan Ratushniak
ISBN: 9781770865761
Publisher: Cormorant Books
Pages: 280
Price: $24.95
A candid memoir from a retired Firefighter Captain.
Celia's Song
By (author): Lee Maracle
ISBN: 9781770864511
Publisher: Cormorant Books
Pages: 280
Price: $20.00
The people of a small reserve on Canada's west coast grapple with a horrific crime, the result of inter-generational trauma caused by the residential school system, and overcome it by means of their traditions and own system of laws and punishment.
Claws of the Panda
By (author): Jonathan Manthorpe
ISBN: 9781770865396
Publisher: Cormorant Books
Pages: 336
Price: $24.95
For the last four decades, ever since Canada recognized the People's Republic of China, the government of that nation has been seeking to extend its influence in Canadian business and governance through covert means.
Deep Girls
By (author): Lori Weber
ISBN: 9781770865310
Publisher: Cormorant Books
Pages: 240
Price: $15.95
Short stories about girls and young women who, approaching adulthood, see their parents for the complex, flawed and vulnerable people they are.
By (author): C.K. Kelly Martin
ISBN: 9781770864528
Publisher: Cormorant Books
Pages: 248
Price: $14.95
A YA novel that deals frankly with the land mines and pitfalls of teen relationships and sexuality through the lives of two complex but relatable characters.
Earth and High Heaven
By (author): Gwethalyn Graham
ISBN: 9781896951614
Publisher: Cormorant Books
Pages: 326
Price: $19.95
What happens when Erika Drake, protestant and of a wealthy family, falls in love with Marc Reiser, a young Jewish lawyer in anti-Semitic Montreal in 1944, set against the backdrop of the Second World War.
Enid Strange
By (author): Meghan Rose Allen
ISBN: 9781770865259
Publisher: Cormorant Books
Pages: 240
Price: $12.95
In this novel for middle-grade readers, an awkward and precocious girl learns how to see strange and elusive creatures—and has to find a way to keep them from ruining her life.
Fifteen Point Nine
By (author): Holly Dobbie
ISBN: 9781770865235
Publisher: Cormorant Books
Pages: 240
Price: $14.95
In this novel for teens, the daughter of a hoarder struggles against bullying when her mother's affliction is discovered.
By (author): Philippa Dowding
ISBN: 9781770865983
Publisher: Cormorant Books
Pages: 180
Price: $13.95
A thirteen-year-old girl who prefers homelessness to living with her abusive mother is sent to live with an aunt, whose costume shop helps her discover who she is, and what a family is.
From Tolerance to Tyranny
By (author): Erna Paris
ISBN: 9781770863972
Publisher: Cormorant Books
Pages: 288
Price: $24.95
A case study of how a diverse, multicultural society became an autocratic state. 1492 was the year that concluded the efforts of Ferdinand and Isabella to drive out all Jews and Muslims from Spain, forcing it to be a unified nation with one religion.
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