Series: Guernica World EditionsRosemary Bluebell1st editionPaperbackHadi Atallah9781771834117$20.00JUVENILE FICTION Dec 01, 2018
When Rosemary grows tired of her father's overstatements and boasting with respect to her supernatural powers, which includes the ability to create flowers just by looking at their images, she decides to flee to a sanctuary far from Pandemville, her hometown. Together with a friend, and pursued by an angry father, Rosemary is sent on a series of journeys in order to escape an unknown danger. During those journeys, Rosemary encounters a series of very different societies, each of which offers to share its ideals: Courage, Loyalty, Awareness, Wis... + Read More
Series: Guernica World EditionsA Day in June1st editionPaperbackMarisa Labozzetta9781771833820$20.00FICTION May 01, 2019
When thirty-two-year-old Eric Boulanger returns to his Vermont hometown to care for his mother, he attempts to revive the town's failing economy by drumming up a contest that will offer a free wedding. The winner is Bostonian Ryan Toscano whose fiancé has left to become a Jesuit, but whose beloved, outspoken, Jewish grandmother insists she find a substitute in time for the gala affair. Eric's well-intentioned brainstorm sets three millennials on an –at times hilarious at times painful– odyssey of self-discovery, one, full of surprises amid dece... + Read More
Series: Guernica World EditionsTenacityHow Two Mums Fought a War Against Drugs1st editionPaperbackJulie Rose9781771834032$20.00BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY Apr 01, 2019
The two true life stories contained in Tenacity span decades -- and two worlds, Australia and Britain. Told through the painful words of mothers Julie Rose and Marilyn Cowell (as recorded by her daughters, Michelle and Sarah), this compelling read has no sugar coating as it takes you through Julie?s and Marilyn?s struggle to get their sons off drugs -- and the tragedies that ensue. These stories highlight the harrowing fact that addiction can happen to anyone and can strike even the best of families. Powerful and hard hitting, this must read se... + Read More
Series: Guernica World EditionsLighthouse, The1st editionPaperbackElizabeth Macaluso9781771833851$20.00POETRY May 01, 2019
Elizabeth Macaluso?s first volume of poetry, The Lighthouse, engages with the Italian American experience; it also explores gender, sexuality, and what it means to be a woman from Long Island. Macaluso captures the experiences of ethnic American women in this lyrical collection. She meditates on history, memory, war, and faith, all subjects germane to contemporary American and global culture/s.
Series: Guernica World EditionsShadowshineAn Animal AdventurePaperbackJohnny Armstrong9781771834605$25.00FICTION May 01, 2019
An animal adventure with setting in the transition from the ice age to the present epoch, Shadowshine, with all the philosophical musings of its quirky yet remarkable characters, is a story of perseverance and of camaraderie, of the battle between good and wickedness, and of strong and lovable players who never give up. And by an open-minded, intellectual approach, these players (known as the forest-folk) begin to uncover a dangerous flaw in the human species, the absence of its own identity when face-to-face with nature.
Dori?s narrative is a heart-touching and zany blend of actual events in the life of a young Boxer. With edgy charm, she takes us on a romp through her world in such a way we can?t help but reconsider our lives. Through her we get a dog?s-eye view on human exploitation of animals. This unique approach is hauntingly effective.
In this stunning third part to Kate Hennig’s powerfully reimagined Queenmaker series, England’s first queen regnant finds herself fighting xenophobia, religious nationalism, and strained familial bonds in the power struggle that dubs her Bloody Mary. Upon the death of King Edward VI, the thirty-eight-year-old princess Mary—daughter of Henry VIII and Katherine of Aragon—wrests the throne from Edward’s deemed heir. But Mary’s mother appears from the vaults of memory, and adamantly questions the motives of Mary’s cousin Jane and her half-sister Be... + Read More
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