Children of Jericho
A small town's nightmare, up close and personal
It started with three little kids.
We had no idea what we were getting into. We were young and idealistic, and we decided – impulsively – to become foster parents, even though we already had four children.
We weren’t expecting to learn about things we could barely imagine: Ritual abuse. “Monsters”. The murder of a baby called Joshua.
Three little kids. Their stories, awkward and preposterous, sparked an investigation into one of the largest cases of child abuse in Canada.
In the middle of it all, we had to raise our family. It was tough, it was challenging, it was triumphant, and the whole thing might or might not have been a bad idea.
One thing’s for sure. It was a story that had to be told.
One Per Cent Luck: From Castle to Construction
The story of Fred Sirotek
I Have a Brother
When you're an older sibling, even if you're only three or four years old, and you have a little brother, life can be a bit of a challenge -- especially when that little brother takes your stuff, spills your milk, and splashes you in the bath.
This book shows you some basic sibling survival skills (with a bit of unconditional love thrown in).
34 pages, 7.5" by 7.5" square.