Books, Canadian, Social Entrepreneurs, Women

Eat Well on $4/Day


I read in the Winnipeg Free Press…

Good and Cheap is a cookbook for people with very tight budgets, particularly those on SNAP/Food Stamp benefits.

Good and Cheap: How to Eat Well on $4 a Day

This cookbook is available for a free download at The PDF is free and has been downloaded more than 800,000 times.


A food-studies scholar and avid home cook in NYC by way of Canada.
Books, Canadian, Education, Women

The Beautiful Brain

Barbara Arrowsmith

How Barbara Arrowsmith-Young rebuilt her own brain

The Arrowsmith School is a private school in Toronto, Ontario, that focuses on children with learning disabilities The original Arrowsmith School was founded in Toronto in 1980. A second location was opened in May 2005 in Peterborough, Ontario. Wikipedia
Address: 245 Saint Clair Avenue West, Toronto, ON M4V 1R3
Phone: (416) 963-4962
Founded: 1980
Highest grade: Twelfth grade
Lowest grade: First grade


Adobe, Apps, Books, Content Strategy, Digital Products, Podcasts, Self Publishing

Best Flip Book Software of 2015

Best Flip Book Software


Flip PDF provides a quick and easy way to batch convert ordinary PDF files into stunning Flash & HTML5 publications that run on all devices (iPad, iPhone, Android phone), with amazing page flip animations and sound! Imagine being able to create digital magazines or brochures that behave like actual paper books in only three steps without any programming work! The created flipbook works both online and offline, you can publish it to the web, send via email, burn it onto CD/DVD or USB flash drives, distribute it on machine for exhibition or presentations unlimitedly! – See more at:

Create Media Rich Content 

From InDesign to HTML5 via Flash

Books, Self Publishing

eBook Publishing 101 Webinar with Honey de Peraltae

Everything you wanted to know about ebook publishing:

Filipino language ebook publisher:

Flipside Publishing

WordPress Blog:

This is the official blog of Flipside Publishing.

Flipside is a company made up of a team of editors, artists, and ebook production personnel providing a wide array of services, from manuscript development to distribution. We created, the Philippines’ first operational ebookstore. To date, it carries hundreds of titles from various authors and publishing houses in the Philippines and abroad.

Though Flipside Publishing Services, Inc. (FPSI) was incorporated in November 2011, we’ve had more than a decade of experience in ebook production, working with some of the biggest names in the international publishing scene through our parent company, Flipside Digital Content. With our expertise and longtime involvement in the industry, we aim to widen access to Asian titles both in the regional and global markets and help local publishers and independent authors meet international standards in ebook production and retailing.



Mr. Bernstein Published at 98: “The Invisible Wall”

Harry Bernstein
From the Publisher

“Harry Bernstein returns home and, magically, takes us with him. With its dancing prose and captivating descriptions of neighborhood life, we experience with the child Harry all the wonder, thrill, and heartbreak of being a working-class kid learning to navigate the balkanized world of Christians and Jews within a single English mill town. Bernstein gives us a people’s history, a street-level perspective on a world that might otherwise have been lost, with crucial lessons that will endure throughout time.”–Michael Patrick MacDonald, author of All Souls

The power of persistence is the 36th most popular GB graphic of 2014. Harry Bernstein wrote 40 books but destroyed the manuscripts after they were all rejected by publishers. Bernstein was 93 when his wife of 67 years died and started writing to help deal with his grief. He spent 3 years writing his memoir “The Invisible Wall.” He sent the manuscript to many New York publishers, all of whom turned it down.
Then he sent it to an editor at Random House in the UK, where it sat in a pile of unsolicited manuscripts for a year before it was read by a stunned publishing director who immediately recognized it as inspired writing.

It was published in 2007 when Mr. Bernstein was 98. He would write three more acclaimed books, all of which were published, up until his death at 101. Bernstein called his 90s, “the most productive years of my life.”

— with Leslie Hanlon Harris.


Books, Community, Montreal, Story Telling, Writing

Canadian Open Book

Contemporary Canadian Writing

Open Book

These are the authors and stories you will find…………..

Jonas T. Bengtsson‘s A Fairy Tale (House of Anansi) is set in 1986 and follows a father and son duo living on the margins of society.

As the father struggles to make ends meet and provide for his son, he weaves a story about kings and princes and epic quests that stays with the boy for years afterwards. In the future, as the son looks back and tries to unravel what kind of man his father was, this story is inextricably linked to the answers he needs.


Fountain of Knowledge

Cincinnati Public Library

The Amelia Valerio Weinberg Memorial Fountain is located on the Vine Street Plaza in front of the Main Library. Conceived and executed by former Cincinnati sculptor Michael Frasca, this ornamental fountain was made possible by a bequest from Mrs. Weinberg and was dedicated in 1990. Affectionately known as the “book fountain,” the sculpture features water cascading over a stack of ceramic tile books, representing the free flow of information and ideas through the printed word. The fountain is a popular spot for school groups and tourists.

Book Fountain


NEW Public Library of Cincinnati




OLD Demolished Public Library of Cincinnati

Demolished Library


Vintage Library


The “open book” fountain at the end of Henszlemann Imre utca, in Budapest, Hungary.