Tilly

Tilly's message is powerful and universal: when we know and honor ourselves, we are capable of deep healing and of achieving what our hearts most desire.

Say Nothing Saw Wood

Illustrated By: Gerald Squires

Jude Traynor has served his time in prison and now he’s heading back to his hometown on the Southern Shore of Newfoundland. but first, he has to come to terms with who he was and what happened one night, years before, when he was barely seventeen years old.

Shanghai Escape

Shanghai, China is a strange place for a young Jewish girl from Vienna, but that is where Lily Toufar finds herself in 1938. She and her family are looking for safety after leaving their home in Europe, where Adolf Hitler and his Nazi party have made life unbearable for Jews.

Love and Forgetting

Lewy Body Disease – a form of dementia second only to Alzheimer’s in numbers, yet few of us have ever heard its name. This is the story of Julie and Ken Sobol, a husband and wife who were life partners as well as writing partners, as they cope after Ken's diagnosis with a frightening form of dementia.

Rachel's Promise

The story that began in Rachel's Secret continues, as Rachel struggles as a Jewish refugee after leaving Russia for Shanghai and Sergei tries to survive amongst the revolutionary turmoil of St. Petersburg Russia.

Until Today

Kat is alone with a secret she doesn’t want to keep, but can’t risk telling. A victim of longtime abuse, she is torn between keeping it secret and protecting another from her abuser.

Powwow Counting in Cree

Illustrated By: Melinda Josie

This unique counting book introduces children to numbers one to ten in Cree. Discover vibrant illustrations on every page that reflect the rich culture and traditions of the Cree people. Through rhyme, rhythm, and powwow imagery, this book makes language learning a joyful experience for young readers.

Little Brother of War

A Native teen rebels against his father's wishes for him to play football and follow the path of his older football-hero brother. Instead, he joins a Choctaw stickball team and follows his own path.

The Gift Is in the Making

The Gift Is in the Making retells previously published stories that bring to life Anishinaabeg values and teachings for a new generation. Readers are immersed in a world where all genders are respected, the tiniest being has influence in the world, and unconditional love binds families and communities to each other and their homeland.

If, By Miracle

"I didn't see anyone outside the pit, so I jumped out. . . I had the feeling that my mother was running beside me and calling out to me, 'Michael, run faster and don’t look back!'"