Books published by FriesenPress


After the Flood

FriesenPress | February 26, 2016 | 234 pages
When disaster strikes, the amount of planning done ahead of time will dictate how quickly a system can recover and return to normal. Even the largest and most complex organizations can experience upset and disruption, whether by flood, fire, power failure, earthquake, or anything else that life can... More Info

Through a Dream

FriesenPress | September 28, 2018 | 240 pages
Fourteen years after the death of my mother, and the day before my fiftieth birthday, my father had a heart attack. It made me realize just how fast life was travelling—and that I would give anything to put life on hold. As I drove to the hospital, I wondered what it would be like to lose my last... More Info

It's Not 'Cuz of Me

FriesenPress | March 6, 2018 | 20 pages
When Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) enters a home everyone is affected by it. So often children are left upset, with a lack of understanding and wondering what’s going on. This story is for those children who have PTSD in their family, giving voice to their experiences, emotions and... More Info

LeMay Valley Friends

FriesenPress | March 12, 2018 | 44 pages
The Valley of LeMay is home to many animals and friends, all of whom have experienced their own challenges and life lessons. Every day, there is something happening... always an adventure to be had! Sammy is a young squirrel who discovers that not all negative experiences result in an entirely bad... More Info

Hostage to History

FriesenPress | January 27, 2016 | 186 pages
"People are trapped in history and history is trapped in them." -James Arthur Baldwin People, like you, all over the world are asking a serious question, demanding a credible answer: what happened to Arab culture and its peoples? Elie Mikhael Nasrallah addresses this subject as a son of that... More Info

Notes of a Love Song

FriesenPress | May 14, 2015 | 360 pages
When Claire Verney agreed to 'for better or for worse, in sickness and in health' she never imagined the journey that lay ahead of her. Her husband Michael was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease at the age of forty-six. Notes of a Love Song chronicles their lives as Claire becomes her husband's... More Info

Tough on Crime

FriesenPress | July 3, 2015 | 336 pages
A prison in Gatineau Park? Tougher sentencing laws to fill it up? Something about this plan smells. After losing seats in the election, a (less than) honourable Prime Minister decides to do things his way with a massive new tough-on-crime bill. Finally, he'll have the power to silence his critics... More Info

Unlit Spaces

FriesenPress | July 30, 2014 | 224 pages
Unlit Spaces is Caroline Shepard's eagerly awaited first novel. With her sure literary hand, Shepard brings to life the haunting story of Cailey Donald, a young woman who flees her rural Manitoba home in the wake of lingering childhood trauma. As Cailey matures, she finds herself in a variety of... More Info