September 18, 7:00 pm in the Atrium
Canadian Policing in the 21st Century: A Frontline Officer on Challenges and Changes
How can police remain effective and vital in an era of unprecedented technological advances, access to information, and the global transformation of crime? This book offers a look at street-level police work.
Robert Chrismas is a police officer in Winnipeg with twenty-eight years of experience. He is also a doctoral student in Peace and Conflict Studies at the U of M.
September 18, 7:30 pm in the Travel Alcove
Holy Mackerel: A Quiz Book of Christian Themes: Volume One
This book provides readers with a glimpse of the work of the church expressed in the times and seasons of its long-standing duration.
George Wolfe Friesen is former associate editor of The Canadian Mennonite. Friesen maintains interest in the wide spectrum of belief that represents Christianity in the West.
September 19, 7:00 pm in the Atrium
Alice has given birth to her second child with a genetic disorder. Millicent has withdrawn into a depression. Joseph has to choose between being principal and the new English teacher. Mia finds herself at the mercy of an unsympathetic teacher.
Sarah Klassen has won the Gerald Lampert Memorial Award, the High Plains Award for Fiction, the Canadian Authors Association Award for Poetry, and the National Magazine Gold Award for Poetry.
September 21, 2:00 pm in the Atrium
Faith has Freckles and Walter has Wheels. But did you know...
Peanut butter makes Faith puke. Walter is excellent at arm wrestling. As Faith introduces us to her circle of friends, she gives us the opportunity to join her in celebrating diversity and building community.
Shannon Dee (Schultz) worked at an animation studio, and for a variety of people, including Al Simmons.