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47 books of Robert Adair Wilson

Some insight into one of the darker occurrences in the lives of the boys of BCBD and how the effects of certain incidents can serve to mold young lives.

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Self esteem can be a fragile plant to grow but even under the harshest of circumstance there can be the strength of will to triumph over the most negative of situations. A young boy gains insight into the struggles of a classmate and learns a lesson about pride in self.

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Growing as a family in a relatively primitive, isolated and socially hostile environment can be a learning experience. Sometimes the 'good old days' have more to teach us than we realize at the time. Independence and self-­reliance come to mind in this short story about the main character who engages herself, others and the natural surroundings in a journey of self-­development and final triumph.

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It's hard enough growing up in a world that sometimes makes no sense but when matters are complicated by voices inside and outside our head and unexpected visitors and their offerings start showing up then it's time to get back to where we once belonged. But will Nichole ever truly be able to go home again and will she want to?

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A hitchhiker, late one night on the way home from work, encounters what she expects in a chance pick up ... at least from her point of view, she does.

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"Becoming William" is an exploration of events in one adolescent life that contribute to the formation of a personality growing from childhood to young adulthood.

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The second story in a series about the pioneering Scottish family of William Wilson who came to Canada in 1888 and homesteaded on the Prairies of Saskatchewan. The homestead, affectionately named 'Auchinleck', was their home base for over seventy-­five years.

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A collection of seventeen short stories suitable for all ages and written in several different styles. As the title suggests, there are explorations and examinations in many different directions that lead to insight, grounding, adventure and growth.

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A summer 2011 van camping travelogue from Victoria, to Olympia, through the Cascades to Winthrop, Twisp and Oroville, then north into the Thompson-­Okanagan with detail of Penticton, Naramata Bench wine country, Summerland, Peachland, Okanagan Lake, Vernon and Armstrong. Highlights on the Peachland area and the famous Yuma bats that live and work there.

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A grandmother tells stories about Christmases 'just like the ones she used to know' as they spend quiet time alone together on Christmas Time season.

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Books of Robert Adair Wilson