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Davf's Notes Stories, poetry and recipes by Leslie Belland. Royal Canadian Navy in Frontenac County, and later served with Canadian Foreign Affairs and Transport Canada. $2.95

Missing in Cobalt

Missing in Cobalt by Terry Cassidy A girl's body found in a Cobalt mine adit in 1949 leads to many questions, including who she was. $4.95

Private Soldier

Private Soldier attempts to convey the experience of the Northwest Europe campaign of 1944-1945 from the point of view of a soldier in a rifle company. A carfeully-researched World War II novel by Terry Cassidy $4.95

Quarantine the new novel by Terry Cassidy. Set in 1994, young Wat Moore is caught up in a devastating situation while visiting his father's laboratory in Ottawa. When it's believed that he has been exposed to a deadly and highly contagious pathogen, the government sends him into a quarantine in the north that could last the rest of his life.

The Summer of 1956~a hot summer in the Cold War by Harry Kleinhuis have Kenny, Bobby and Jake caught up in a clandestine supply run for the Cold War radar stations when they become a a little too curious at the North Bay airport. Adventure, survival, and their reliance on one another make it the summer they will never forget, and really can't talk about either. $11.95

Self Help


Leadership ~Creating a Positive Work Environment by Gisèle Chrétien $4.95

Spiritual Intelligence Available from Kobo here

Spiritual Intelligence A Practical Guide to Personal Happiness by Khalil Khavari. The first book published that defined the mind-body-spirit trinity and ways to achieve a balanced, joyful life. Copied many times, but I think Khalil did it most accessibly. $8.69

Titles to Help Writers

Canadian Writers' Contest Calendar 2023

Canadian Writers' Contest Calendar-2023 compiled by Deborah Ranchuk. Covers Jan-Dec 2023 $9.95

Writing in Brief

Writing in Brief by Michael Fitzgerald $1.95

History, Biography, Autobiography

African Destiny Available from Kobo here

African Destiny Eleanor Harding takes us on a real-life voyage of discovery in following her daughter's decision to pioneer to Africa.$7.50

Cobalt Mining Times Remembered Available from Kobo here

Cobalt Mining Times Remembered Bill Sutton records his memories of working in the Cobalt Mining Camp $8.69

Cobalt, Where the Stories Are As Tall As the Headframes
COBALT Where The Stories Are As Tall As The Headframes by Helene Culhane. Fascinating insights into the heart of this incredible town from the people who refuse to call anywhere else home, from interviews with Cobalt seniors. Available in EBook formats. $5.95

Highway Book Shop~Northern Ontario's Unexpected TreasureAvailable from Kobo here

Highway Book Shop~Northern Ontario's Unexpected Treasure Lois Pollard recounts the history of the iconic Highway Book Shop on Highway 11 near Cobalt,ON. Note index from the print version does not appear in the ebook, but it is linked to the online index web page. All original pictures available in colour are in colour in the ebook. $15.95

Immigrant in Porcupine
I'd Do Most Of It Again by Ron Bailey. Ron Bailey captures some of the most significant parts of his life in this autobiography. Ron has been a woodsman, mechanic, teacher, farmer, college lecturer and professor who began work at the age of 15 and continued until retiring at the age of 75. $8.69

Immigrant in Porcupine

Immigrant in Porcupine and His Later Journalby Magne E Stortroen starts with Magne's journey to Canada from Norway. Born on a farm in Tylldalen, Norway, he came to Canada in 1923 at the age of 20. He worked in lumber camps and road construction around Iroquois Falls, Cochrane, Larder Lake and Timmins from 1923 till 1925, the period described in his story. Between 1925-1950 he worked for Tough-Oakes Mine in Kirkland Lake, and the Hollinger Mine in Timmins. For 19 years he worked for the Dome Mine from 1950 until his retirement in 1969. Altogether he worked 34 years underground, mostly in production jobs. Interesting and humourous first person account of those days in the Porcupine. Also available in ebook formats. $7.49

Into the Artistic Heart of Europe

Into the Artistic Heart of Europe: On the Canals of the Netherlands and Belgium, April 2019 by Tom Roach and Lucie Edwards Both the Netherlands and Flemish Belgium (Northern Belgium, the part they visited) have a lot in common having, at one time, been part and parcel of the Spanish Empire. This book chronicles their trip in pictures and commentary. A great way to 'travel' when we can't. $8.69

Just Passing Through Available from Kobo here

Just Passing Through~The People and Places North of Matachewan by Frank Holley. The classic book about the history of Matachewan. $7.70

Key Valley Railway Available from Kobo here

Key Valley Railway -The Railway That Ran to a River …and Stopped. by Craig Dunn. Ebook version contains extra material available after print version went to press. $7.50

Kipawa Portrait of a People

Kipawa: Portrait Of A People This history of Kipawa, a Native community in northern Quebec as told by Kermot Moore, a Métis of Nishnabi (Ojibwa) descent who grew up there. Changes wrought by the fur trade, lumbering and tourism are described in detail. In a hard-hitting style, Mr. Moore shows how traplines and the new tourist zoning systems have displaced the Native, disrupting their traditional livelihood of trapping and forcing them on to the farm or into the factory. Native methods of game conservation are described, as are the land issues that brought the community to stage a blockade on one of the main highways in 1979. For anyone concerned with Native issues, this book should be required reading. $8.69

Mud, Muskeg & MosquitoesAvailable from Kobo here

Mud, Muskeg & Mosquitoes. ~The Life and Legacy of a Northern Ontario Pioneer by Diane Armstrong. The early history of northeastern Ontario is re-lived through the eyes of Dolly Bélanger. Note index from the print version does not appear in the ebook, but it is linked to the online index webpage. $12.95

No Poverty Between the Sheets

1325  No Poverty Between The Sheets by Pauline Kiely Her Irish father is the fourth of ten children, and her French Canadian mother the baby of twelve. Lively stories bounce back and forth between the two cultures in this conversational memoir full of gems. Spanning four generations, readers are treated to this witty family saga. The book documents the strong ties that bind generations together. Honest, captivating fresh new voice like no other. $8.95

Only A Cairn Remains

Only A Cairn Remains The Story of the Settlement of Reesor 1925-1967 by Karin Seidemann. $4.95

Place Names of Temiskaming Available from Kobo here

Place Names of Temiskaming by Bruce W. Taylor. Outlining the origin and a little of the history of most of the communities that have ever existed in Temiskaming. Includes maps. $8.69

Plaunt Family of Renfrew Available from Kobo here

Plaunt Family of Renfrew by Bruce W. Taylor. A family history spanning twelve generations that reaches into the roots of Ontario, north and south. $4.95

Steep Rock

Steep Rock ~The Men and The Mines by Bruce W. Taylor. Steep Rock, The Men and the Mines is a comprehensive history of the very exciting development of the Steep Rock iron deposits near Atikokan, Ontario. This second edition of the original published in 1978, provides an enduring account of this massive enterprise. $4.95

Stephen Lafricain

Stephen Lafricain, The Grand Old man of the River by Bruce W. Taylor. Stephen Lafricain was born in 1837, and in his 99 years witnessed much history in both Canada and the United States, including treaty signing, the decline of the fur trade, the opening of northeastern Ontario to great mineral wealth. Well worth the read, and the history. $4.95

What Are You Doing Here Available from Kobo here

What Are You Doing Here Walter P. Mittler's autobiography as a Austrian World War II survivor $9.95

Bahá'í Titles

African Destiny Available from Kobo here

African Destiny Eleanor Harding takes us on a real-life voyage of discovery in following her daughter's decision to pioneer to Africa. $7.50

Aspire to Excellence Available from Kobo here

Aspire To Excellence by Maboubé Maher-Hielscher An excellent Bahá'í primer for young and older Bahá'ís. $6.95

Be Thou Assured

Be Thou Assured compilation by the Continental Board of Counsellors $0.99

CasablancaAvailable from Kobo here

Casablanca ~In The last Days of French Morocco by Don Springer Hawley who outlines his years during the turbulent days of the 1950s $12.95

Daily Obligatory Prayers for Baha'is

Daily Obligatory Prayers for Bahá'ís compilation in easy to carry format $0.99

Personal Pathways for Spiritual Growth

Personal Pathway for Spiritual Growth A reflection on the Universal House of Justice's letter concerning personal growth presented by David & Carol Bowie. $1.49

Prison of Self

Prison of Self by Verna J Bryan Taken from her diary of daily visits to the Niagara Detention Centre in Thorold, Ontario, Canada, her experience sharing the Bahá'í Faith with different groups of male inmates was, to her, a personal experience never to be forgotten. $5.95

Soyez assures

Soyez assurés compilation by the Continental Board of Counsellors en francais. $0.99

Spiritual Intelligence Available from Kobo here

Spiritual Intelligence A Practical Guide to Personal Happiness by Khalil Khavari. The first book published that defined the mind-body-spirit trinity and ways to achieve a balanced, joyful life. Many copies, but I think Khalil did it most accessibly. $8.69

Spiritual Survival Available from Kobo here

Spiritual Survival ~Selected Bahá'í Writings Concerning Tests and Difficulties compiled by Jonathan Dixon $9.95


New Era Symphony Available from Kobo here

New Era Symphony-poetry from Michael Fitzgerald $4.95

Northern Ontario Poetry Competition Series

Signatures Amid the Green

Signatures Amid the Green poetry from the first Northern Ontario Poetry Competition 1996 $2.95