We all have a story—many actually—which define and influence, sometimes greatly, how we perceive things and choose to live our lives. Learning about other people’s journeys lets us know that we’re not alone, whether it’s a blog, book, or biography we’re reading and/or engaging in a great conversation. In some ways, it even helps us to heal when healing is needed. It teaches us more compassion, and help us to grow.
Is it time for you to write a new story for yourself this season and coming year? Are there some decisions you need to make, or healthy changes you want to initiate? What about volunteer work? And/or perhaps putting pen to paper or fingers to keyboard to write your first or next book?
Hay Day is the first book in The Family Farm Series. It’s a fun and engaging tale highlighting the importance of hard work and determination. Tater, a small and tough tractor, takes centre stage to showcase his enthusiasm and teach us about the process of baling hay. Faced with adversity, Tater is able to persevere and get the job done.
I C Publishing Introduces William D. Finlayson, Ph.D., Author of The Archaeology of Patterson Village
Author William (Bill) Finlayson takes on an extraordinarily complicated field of study, and gives us a fascinating look into the Archaeological Excavations of Patterson Village in Vaughan, Ontario. Through the meticulously documented and analyzed “objects dug up from the ground,” we learn how the people of Patterson Village worked and socialized. Dr. Finlayson’s wonderfully descriptive prose, illustrations, and pictures transport us back in time to the mid-1800s where we have a front-row seat to the lives of the people of Patterson Village.
Paint From the Heart is a step-by-step guide to communicating without words, and features the concept of intuitive painting. This encourages one to let go of expectations of what their painting should look like and, instead, focus on the process of creating and painting.
From the first glimpse at Dr. Jason Profetto’s life as he portrays it in In the Trenches, you will be hard-pressed to lay this captivating memoir aside. Dr. Profetto gently opens the door to share unabashedly and frankly what motivated him to take this path, the struggles and biases encountered along the way, and perhaps most of all, his humanity.
After our busiest year yet, we’re expanding our team again and catching up on sharing all the good news . . . beginning with six fascinating new author interviews where you’ll not only hear about their awesome new publications you’ll also be inspired to step into your own power and build, create, or write—whatever your calling—and use your voice and your gifts for good. Check it out, and watch for more to follow soon!
Epic Ellie and the Invisible Dragon will serve as an excellent education tool in so many ways; encouraging dialogue at home and school about this often scary and serious subject, equipping us all with a better understanding of how we can help if we know someone with allergies, and most importantly, empowering kids who have them.