October 27, 2:00 pm in the Atrium
Thriving: 1920-1939 is the second book in the Understanding Ursula series, which chronicles 80 years of Canadian history through the eyes of the Werners, a family of German Lutheran pacifists who fled Russia to pioneer the Saskatchewan prairie.
Corinne Jeffery, a graduate with a Bachelor of Nursing from the University of Manitoba, is a former educator with Grant MacEwan College in Edmonton. After many years in Winnipeg, she moved to Alberta, where she lives with her husband and family.
October 27, 2:00 - 4:00 pm by the Cash Desk
2012: It Actually Happened and The Anti-Bully
2012: It Actually Happened explores what might happen if a get rich quick plan to charge people for protection if the Mayan’s prediction of 2012 occurred. It was a great idea, especially when, as Bob put it, “There is no way in hell the world will end in 2012.”
It would have been a perfect scheme, except for one small detail: 2012 actually happened and disaster struck.
In The Anti-Bully Bryan has superior strength that he uses to help defend victims of bullying. When he meets Samantha he faces the fight of his life.
Bob Dowd has proudly served many years with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. He resides with his wife in Manitoba.