Preposterous Fables for Unusual Children, Driftwood Saga, and An Odd Little Book nicely represent our eclectic selection of books for children and young adults that you won’t find just anywhere.
In 2017, an irrational, cruel, self-destructive chapter of our history is attempting to become reality.
Let’s STOP it!
Featured by the (Great) Indian Poetry Collective and on the official website of Canada’s Parliamentary Poet Laureate, George Elliott Clarke.
“Caring for Everything” brilliantly fosters the notion that all of us, regardless of our education, social or economic status,
The author traces the contributions of Marco Polo, even the capture of Constantinople in 1453 paving the inspiration for explorers like John Cabot, Champlain, Cartier and others to lay the foundations of Canada.
A diverse collection of poems, some reflecting the poet’s scientific training, others reflecting his political inclinations
Collecton of six stories of restless feet and wandering spirits.
The Irrelevance of Space, The Katowice Eviction, Remembrance, Fal-e-Hafez, Guantanamo, and The Cyberdeath Files.
Poetry with an ‘experimental’ flavour that astonishes, pleases and, ultimately, draws our thanks.
SPANISH – In 2017, an irrational, cruel, self-destructive chapter of our history is attempting to become reality.
Let’s STOP it!
Recent & Forthcoming Titles
Exquisite art inspired by the artist’s love of the Canadian North.
Loneliness of a newcomer to Canada – the lowly life of a hired girl, a hidden figure in Canadian history.
Novel set around Tagore’s play Post Office staged in the 1943 Warsaw Ghetto with echoes of today.
Language learning tool for pre-schoolers. Every alphabet has a story, wildly illustrated.
A magical story set in the desert, reminiscent of Le Petit Prince.
These poems were composed by Don Brestler over the past few years since his wife Ingrid’s death. They are born of love, sorrow and memories.
An intimate biography by Dr.Pratapaditya Pal, viewed by many as Coomaraswamy’s successor, who followed Coomaraswamy at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and was later the Principal Curator of Asian Art at LACMA.
A definitive retrospective by Dr.Patapaditya Pal, the world’s foremost specialist in the arts of India, the Himalayas, and South-East Asia. Dr. Pal, in the 1950s, was the first scholar researching the art of Nepal.