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The World According to Dogs

With over one hundred dog cartoons and lighthearted accompanying text, this Rosetta Stone of retrievers will give both those with a new puppy and the most experienced dog people some helpful tips for ...

A History of Women Cartoonists

Mira Falardeau looks at the work of great women artists and their experiences in the industry to reveal advice and positive encouragement for future cartoonists. Heavily illustrated with cartoons and ...

I Am Herod

By (author) Richard Kelly Kemick
Categories: Christianity

Armchair-atheist Richard Kelly Kemick joins the 100-plus cast of The Canadian Badlands Passion Play, North America’s largest production of its kind. From the controversial choice of casting to the bizarre ...

Are You Kidding Me?!

For the first time, bestselling novelist, columnist, and humorist Lesley Crewe’s finest columns are collected. Not merely razor sharp, Crewe’s wit is also ocean wide, taking in everything from the ...

Free to a Good Home

By (author) Jules Torti
Categories: Biography: general

Free to a Good Home is evidence of Torti’s life-long commitment to feeling at home where it mattered most: within herself. At eighteen, with one thousand dollars in her bank account, she moved to the ...

Baby's First Hashtag

With 26 Instagram-style photos accompanied by sharp and witty rhyming couplets, this sturdy abecedarian board book is baby’s first glimpse at the world they will one day grow up to inhabit—a world ...

I'll Seize the Day Tomorrow

I’ll Seize the Day Tomorrow is the story of Jonathan Goldstein’s journey to find some great truth on his road to forty.

In a series of wonderfully funny stories, the host of CBC’s WireTap recounts ...

Mother Goose Eggs

By (author) Jim Westergard
Categories: Art

Those who love Edward Gorey’s Gashlycrumb Tinies or Hilaire Belloc’s Cautionary Tales for Children will adore Jim Westergard’s darkly comic portraits. He illustrates each nursery rhyme twice. First, ...

Leacock on Life

Canadian cultural icon Stephen Leacock was as wise and witty as he was prolific, and as sharp as he was humane. A professor of political economy, author, and social critic, Leacock has long been considered ...

Dry Shave

By (author) Rod Filbrandt
Illustrated by Rod Filbrandt
Categories: Humor

If you like your comic strip characters cute and cuddly, you’ll hate ‘Dry Shave’. ‘Dry Shave’ cracks open a hardboiled world of laconic lowlifes, pugnacious palookas, shiftless grifters and ...