The burning question: Who or what is God and does he exist?
Mrs Union's class have been learning about similarities and differences between people.
In this enchanting collection of sixty-five poems, Lillian Harrison leads us on a compelling voyage of discovery of the human heart.
Rudd, Ola, Yann, Gann, Bell, Plum and Plim are the Rainbow children. They live in a white castle in the clouds.
Have you ever lost anything only to find out you've never lost it? What about trying to out-pace your own shadow?
In a captivating kaleidoscope of images, Bible of Love and Obscurity takes us on a journey deep into the recesses of the senses and the mind.
A traumatic boyhood experience on his parent's farm, when an incident results in squashed chickens, becomes the backdrop for the author's deeply-moving, life story.
When octogenarian ex- sugar mill manager, Greg Skipperton, meets his new fifteen-year-old neighbour, Paul Wilson, little does he suspect that a friendship will spring up that changes both their lives.
What do you do if you're a little boy and you want to share what you think is a funny story?
A collection of poetry, prose and thoughts from poet and songwriter, Aries.
Young John Houston, an Irish farmer's son, develops his interest in medicine while helping a country doctor.
This delightful memoir follows Vera's journey into nursing, recounting some of her most memorable anecdotes along the way.