• Plays, playscripts
      July 2012

      Debussy Was My Grandfather

      The Madness of Vivien Leigh

      by Garry O’Connor

      Under the one title are brought together two plays by the critically acclaimed Garry O’Connor, Debussy Was My Grandfather and The Madness of Vivien Leigh. A theme common to both is the emotional and

    • Children's & YA
      January 2010

      Tuesdays, at Four Thirty pm

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      “My name is Ellie and I’m fourteen and a few months old. Once a week I go to a psychologist. My mother says he is one of the best. My father does not really ca

    • Fiction
      July 2017

      The Curious Ones

      by Eliza Granville

      For more than fifteen years, Isabelle has been tormented by guilt over the disappearance of her youngest daughter. If only she’d been at the school gate to meet her. If only she hadn’t been so engrossed in her

    • May 2017

      Children have an Unknown Power

      by Yongxin ZHU

      In this book, Mr. Yongxin Zhu selects to interpret the celebrated dictums of Montessori which are related to family education. Some of the celebrated dictums point out the importance of children education, some of them reveal the laws of children’s develo

    • Family & health

      A Family with Autism

      When Autism is the Rule, not the Exception

      by Joyce van Maaren

      Four out of your five children have autism, and your husband too! This is what happened to Joyce van Maaren. Over the years four of her children and her husband are diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder. In A Family With Autism she talks op

    • Fiction
      May 2018

      Unsilent Grief

      by Tony Millington

      Nobody owns lifeA man is murdered in a pub carpark.DS Watson and Monteith are finding it difficult to catch a killer.Three more bodies are found.The two detectives are on a roller-coaster ride to find out if the

    • Children's & YA
      August 2012

      The Story of Mi Xiaoquan Going To School: Look at this family

      by Bei Mao

      Mi Xiaoquan grows in a happy family, but is he really happy? His mom always strictly disciplines Mi Xiaoquan. He must listen carefully and go to school. He must finish his homework on time, don't let the teacher get angry, and must get up on time in th

    • Children's & YA
      February 2019

      The Ark

      by J Swift

      New Amerland was designed and built by survivors of the Incident. Those were the people who, by some miracle, managed to get underground before the bombs fell; managed to lock away themselves and their families, and to survive the worst nuclear

    • Children's & YA
      September 2019

      How To Be Remy Cameron

      by Julian Winters

      Everyone on campus knows Remy Cameron. He’s the out-and-proud, superlikable guy who friends, faculty, and fellow students alike admire for his cheerful confidence. The only person who isn’t entirely sure about Remy Cameron is Remy himself.

    • Sagas
      2000

      Phuro

      by Veijo O. Baltzar

      The book begins with the author’s introduction and his vision about the origin of the Gypsies. Born from a mare, a dark and temperamental young man encounters prejudices and persecution everywhere due to his different looks and character. People

    • Children's & YA
      April 2019

      Welcome Home, Pearl

      by Tuula Pere (author), Catty Flores (illustrator)

      Jacob’s life is full of changes. Besides starting school soon, he is about to become a big brother.Even before his sister is born, Jacob can sense that she is going to need some very special care. At times, Jacob's parents are unable to ans

    • Children's & YA
      April 2019

      Pearl’s Life

      by Tuula Pere (author), Catty Flores (illustrator)

      Everyone in the family has a lot to learn when the seriously ill baby Pearl comes home.Even though taking care of his sister is difficult, Jacob wants to help her in any way he can. In fact, he turns out to the one who is best at soothing little

    • Children's & YA
      April 2019

      Pearl, Our Butterfly

      by Tuula Pere (author), Catty Flores (illustrator)

      Jacob’s second year at school is coming to an end. In class, they learn about the short life of butterflies. Jacob wants to make a butterfly, whose wing markings resemble the big eyes of his severely disabled sister Pearl.The big brother kn

    • Children's & YA
      September 2019

      Terrific Teeth

      by Tuula Pere (author), Catty Flores (illustrator)

      ”Little Fears” is a book series about the various concerns that children can have. Sometimes, minor harms may grow into big worries if they are ignored. Fortunately, there are fun ways and gentle tools to handle such situations, often throu

    • Children's & YA
      September 2019

      The Scary Snakes

      by Tuula Pere (author), Catty Flores (illustrator)

      ”Little Fears” is a book series about the various concerns that children can have. Sometimes, minor harms may grow into big worries if they are ignored. Fortunately, there are fun ways and gentle tools to handle such situations, often throu

    • Children's & YA
      September 2019

      The Wild Waves

      by Tuula Pere (author), Catty Flores (illustrator)

      ”Little Fears” is a book series about the various concerns that children can have. Sometimes, minor harms may grow into big worries if they are ignored. Fortunately, there are fun ways and gentle tools to handle such situations, often throu

    • Quick & easy cooking
      July 2011

      3 & 4 Ingredient Family Recipes

      Everyday meals made easy: 330 fuss-free recipes using just four ingredients or less, all shown in over 350 colour photographs

      by Jenny White

      From a relaxed weekend brunch or speedy supper to a more elaborate dinner for entertaining friends, there s a tasty recipe to suit all occasions. The recipes may be simple, but they don t compromise on quality, and this instructive cookbook shows you how

    • Family & health
      November 2017

      THE COMPLETE PRACTICAL MANUAL OF FIRST AID & FAMILY HEALTH

      A practical sourcebook for all the family's home health and emergency first aid needs

      by Fermie, Keech and Shepherd

    • Genealogy, heraldry, names & honours
      January 2017

      TRACING YOUR FAMILY HISTORY: HOW TO GET STARTED

      by Kathy Chater

      This book introduces the subject of genealogy in a highly practical form, and explains the process of tracing and finding ancestors in the British Isles in a simple and easyto- follow way. The book begins with the very basics of starting to research, from

    • Historical fiction
      December 2016

      To Live the Future

      by Hayuta Katzenelson

      In Poland, 1938 Rivka sends her husband and three children to the United States, where they will find safe shelter from the Nazis. Rivka is a spy for the Jewish underground in Palestine. This historical novel depicts a woman who saves countless families while losing her own. Hayuta Katzenelson is an experienced conflict mediator and long-standing volunteer at the Israeli police.

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