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Stories Left in Stone

By (author) Troy Nahumko
Categories: Travel writing
Series: Wayfarer

Stories Left in Stone: Trails and Traces in Cáceres, Spain is an in-depth journey into the lives, histories, and art of those who live behind and among the stones in Cáceres and the region of Extremadura. ...

Zia’s Story

"Take care of your mother," twelve-year-old Zia's father whispers to him just as he is arrested-never to be seen again. Soon afterward, the Russian army pulls out of Afghanistan, and the country falls ...

The Three Sisters

Faced with a tyrannical emperor determined to wage war, three sisters, sublimely gifted in music, manage to fend for themselves and their parents with the power and magic they create with their instruments. ...

Of Canoes and Crocodiles

By (author) Tony Robinson-Smith
Categories: Travel writing
Series: Wayfarer

Of Canoes and Crocodiles is a story of adventure in the remote and threatened landscapes of Papua New Guinea. In 2018, Tony Robinson-Smith and his wife Nadya Ladouceur bought dugout canoes and paddled ...

Discovering Nothing

By (author) David L. Nicandri
Categories: History of the Americas

The many attempts by navigators to find a Northwest Passage via its Pacific portal all ended in failure; however, their discoveries spurred expansionist developments that would forever alter the landscape ...

Half-Light

By (author) Amy Kaler
Categories: Travel writing
Series: Wayfarer

Braiding together personal, collective, and historical explorations of what it means to “go west,” Amy Kaler’s Half-Light: Westbound on a Hot Planet offers deep reflections on the meaning of life, ...

I Am A Rock

Pauloosie loves his pet rock, Miki Rock. Pauloosie’s Anaana, his mother, tells him a bedtime story about what Miki Rock sees, hears, and feels in his Arctic home. As part of the land, Miki Rock sees ...

Two Pieces of Chocolate

In 1945, young Francine and her maman are sent to the Bergen-Belsen Nazi prison camp, where life is gray and hopeless. Determined to lift Francine’s spirits, Maman shares a secret: hidden inside her ...

Casey and Diana

By (author) Nick Green
Categories: Plays, playscripts

"I swear, I absolutely swear that hope has a sound..." It's October 1991, and the residents of Casey House, Canada's first free-standing AIDS hospice, have woken up to the life-changing news that Princess ...

The Riel Problem

By (author) Albert Braz
Categories: History of the Americas

Tracing Louis Riel’s metamorphosis from traitor to Canadian hero, Braz argues that, through his writing, Riel resists his portrayal as both a Canadian patriot and a pan-Indigenous leader. After being ...