Category: non-fiction

MATTERHORN, MOUNTAIN SUMMER MEMOIR

VIRGINIA MAY
Virginia May grew up in post WW-II England, raised by a single mother. Unable to pay for travel abroad, she went to work in Switzerland to learn about a wider world she did not know. This book describes that sixties trip, a rich experience which she wrote about 10 years later.

MEMOIR
ISBN: 978-1-897411-83-4

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GANGA-JAMUNI

NAZ IKRAMULLAH
This book will interest Cultural Historians, Women’s Studies, as they relate to Pakistan, India, and Bangladesh, and anybody interested in customs, fabrics, jewellery, etc. as they related to a period in South Asian History before the 1947 Partition of Indian and Pakistan.

NON-FICTION
ISBN: 978-1-897411-74-2

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SOUTH SOLO

HAYLEY SHEPHARD
A story of indomitable courage, of passion to save an endangered species like the albatross, and the unique adventure of solo kaying in the frigid waters off Antarctica.

TRUE ADVENTURE
ISBN: 978-1-897411-58-2

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FIERCE VIRGIN

A rare glimpse into the moral strengths and values of a vanishing era.The diary of a young Canadian woman working as a journalist in England in 1949 – 1954. Each entry a letter sent to her mother in Canada. A fascinating relationship in a Catholic upbringing. Confessional?

BIOGRAPHY
ISBN: 978-1-897411-39-1

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PRO PRODUCTION

Kim Huynh’s work is a project in undoing what has been said – unraveling language, meaning, and narratives that have been presented as fixed and immutable. Huynh turns familiar signs on their heads to redefine traditional notions of power and cultural identity.

ART, STUDIO ART
ISBN: 978-1-897411-30-8

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FROM CAIRO TO CAIRO

In late 2007, a young Canadian student and three friends plunge themselves into the Middle East, seeking and filming stories that explore the conflict-ridden societies of Egypt, Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Israel, and Palestine. Here is what they saw, the persons they met.

TRAVEL
ISBN: 978-1-897411-24-7

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A NATURAL WAY OF BUSINESS

How a group of US investors transformed an undeveloped area of the Dominican Republic into a thriving, community friendly, environmentally sensitive resort known as Punta Cana. Beautifully illustrated. Intro by President Bill Clinton.

ENVIRONMENT, ECONOMY
ISBN: 978-1-896209-99-9

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MIND INTO MATTER

In 1986 the trustees of the University of Chicago created an unusual organization, titled The Argonne National Laboratory/ The University of Chicago Development Corporation. The organization soon became known as ARCH, a model for technology transfer.

TECHNONLOGY, RESEARCH
ISBN: 978-1-896209-98-2

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