Latest Releases . . .
|A Kind of Paradise
Jean and Red, librarians in San Francisco and life partners, have traveled the world but found their paradise in a lovely village in Mexico. Young and influenced by 1960s idealism, they decide to build a dream house there in their old age.
|Mademoiselle Renoir à Paris
Patricia Taylor Wells
Patricia Taylor Wells’ plans to spend a summer in Paris studying French at the Sorbonne came close to being cancelled due to political unrest throughout France. In May 1968, there were numerous student protests that resulted in the Sorbonne and other universities being shut down.
Relations come in all kinds of configurations–what we accept from some, what we must refuse from others, and how we recognize those who earn the right to be called family.
|where will this train take me
Barbara Buck, poetry
Janna Blok, photographs
Putting their talents and love of nature together, Janna Blok (photographer) and Barbara Buck (haiku) have created a book for you to enjoy and ponder.
She’s a cop, a mom, a saleswoman, nanny, teacher, hairdresser, teen. None have it easy, but they don’t give up their restless dreams of a more perfect life.