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  • Black Beautyby Anna Sewell

    HarperCollins Canada 2013; Not Available

    Black Beauty , one of the best-selling novels of all time, is moving memoir of a horse named Black Beauty. Reflecting on his life from his time as a young colt in the English countryside to his life pulling a cab in the busy city of London, to his eventual retirement back in the countryside that he loves, Black Beauty reflects on both the cruelty... more...

  • Preservingby Pat Crocker

    HarperCollins Canada 2011; Not Available

    In the new economic climate, many people will return to simpler, more affordable home cooking; it?s a trend that has come around again and again. Home canning and preserving is a time-honoured practice that many people will be trying for the first time in the months to come, preserving both for the pleasure of it, and for its inherent economy. With... more...

  • The Brothers Karamazovby Fyodor Dostoyevsky

    HarperCollins Canada 2014; Not Available

    Fyodor Karamazov is an angry and petty man of mean intelligence who, over the course of two marriages, sires three sons. Dimitri (Mitya) is the eldest son of his first marriage; Ivan (Vanya) and Alexey (Alyosha) are the children of his second wife. Fyodor is also the suspected parent of the illegitimate Smerdyakov, who lives as his servant. The brothers... more...

  • Banking On Americaby Howard Green

    HarperCollins Canada 2013; Not Available

    Since its beginning, when its predecessor, the Bank of Toronto, was founded by a group of flour millers and grain dealers, TD Bank has evolved into one of the most proactive financial institutions on the planet. Today, it is a cross-border colossus. The bank?s expansion into the United States could yet prove to be one of its most successful ventures,... more...

  • Cascadia's Faultby Jerry Thompson

    HarperCollins Canada 2011; Not Available

    The Cascadia Subduction Zone is a crack in the earth?s crust, roughly fifty kilometres offshore, running 1,100 kilometres from northern Vancouver Island to northern California. About every 500 years this fault generates a monster earthquake. There is roughly a thirty percent chance that it could happen again within the next fifty years. Or it could... more...

  • Challenging The Myths Of Autismby Jonathan Alderson

    HarperCollins Canada 2011; Not Available

    How many times have you heard that people with autism lack creativity? That they reject affection or suffer from mental retardation? As the number of children diagnosed with autism surges, researchers and educators are racing to define the amorphous nature of this spectrum disorder and its wide range of symptoms. But in trying to characterize this... more...

  • Why The Leafs Still Suckby Al Strachan

    HarperCollins Canada 2011; Not Available

    Every year since 1968, Leaf fans hope that the new season will be the one that breaks the Stanley Cup drought. Sadly, those hopes are usually dashed mid-season. In the biggest hockey market in North America, with such a huge and loyal fan base, how has the team missed it for so long? It?s the question that every Leafs fan asks (and has been afraid... more...

  • The Kind Of Life It's Beenby Lloyd Robertson

    HarperCollins Canada 2012; Not Available

    For sixty years, Lloyd Robertson lived his dream of working in broadcasting, bringing us the major events of the day. The longest-serving national TV news anchor in Canadian history, first for CBC and then for CTV, Robertson remains one of the most accomplished journalists of our time. His career reflects the history of the past half century, as he... more...

  • Feverby Sharon Butala

    HarperCollins Canada 2012; Not Available

    Winner of the 1992 Authors Award for Paperback Fiction, Fever was also nominated for a Commonwealth Award. Like Real Life , Sharon Butala?s newest collection of short fiction, it is a collection of short stories that reveals the secret inner lives of women and men, skillfully peeling back their defenses to expose crystallizing moments of joy, pain,... more...

  • A Promise Of Hopeby Autumn Stringam

    HarperCollins Canada 2011; Not Available

    Some children inherit "the family nose." Autumn Stringam and her brother Joseph inherited the family bipolar disorder, a severe mental illness that led to their mother's and grandfather's suicides. Autumn, at 22, was psychotic and in a psychiatric hospital on suicide watch; Joseph, at 15, was prone to violent episodes so terrifying the family feared... more...