Healthy bodies and wallets
The Last 15: A Weight Loss Breakthrough,
by Joey Shulman. In this sequel to The Natural
Makeover Diet, Shulman uses the same tools to
arm any dieter who is struggling to lose those
last 15 pounds. The book details a life-changing plan designed to boost energy levels, improve
overall appearance and chip away at those
stubborn last pounds.
Your Family Health Organizer, by Jodie
Pappas. This organizer has separate sections
for each family member, with an emphasis on
the youngest members. Keeping good medical
records is easy, with places to record wellness checkups, immunizations, growth and
development milestones, hospital visits, dental
appointments and the family medical history
of both parents.
ment. Focusing on the personal impact of
aging and the coming reality for boomers
and their families, Cooper explains what it
will take to achieve a successful retirement as
boomers remain active in mind and body.
French Women Don’t Get Fat, by Mireille
Guiliano. Now available in trade paperback,
this non-diet book could change the way people think and live. Despite the fact that French
women don’t get fat, they do eat bread and
pastry and drink wine. In this book, Guiliano
unlocks the secret of this paradox—
explaining how one can enjoy food and stay slim and
healthy. —Stephanie E. Ponder
The Taxman Is Watching: What Every
Canadian Taxpayer Needs to Know and
Fear, by Paul and Phillipe DioGuardi.
Since 2004, more and more Canadians have
been under tax surveillance. The trick is
to know how the Canada Revenue Agency
(CRA) works—along with learning simple
and effective strategies to avoid tax traps. This
book is an ideal guide for investors,
the self-employed and small-business owners. It also debunks myths
about the CRA, offers advice on
when to get a tax lawyer and identi-fies red flags that may cause a return
to be audited.
OR TIPS ON
Ten Years Thinner, by Christine
Lydon. What if you could have slimmer hips, firmer thighs and clearer,
younger-looking skin in just six weeks?
Based on years of research, Lydon has
developed a regimen to burn fat and
alter one’s body chemistry. With more than 35
delicious recipes and 65 easy-to-follow exercise photographs, this book is a simple, sustainable road map to the physique you’ve
Sleep-Easy Investing: Your Stress-Free
Guide to Financial Success, by Gordon
Pape. Finding the next hot stock and making
huge profits are good goals, but Pape believes
every investor’s number-one goal should be
to sleep comfortably at night. It may sound
simplistic, but personal-finance expert Pape
explains how adopting the sleep-easy philosophy as a basic credo benefits health and wealth.
WE HAVE IT ALL!
The New Retirement, by Sherry Cooper.
One of Canada’s leading economists, Cooper
returns with a book that zeroes in on how
baby boomers will radically redefine retire-
THIS ISSUE’S Buyer’s Pick
is Syrie James’ The Lost
Memoirs of Jane Austen.
Author Jane Austen
has captivated readers for
nearly 200 years. This book is built
on the premise that Austen’s memoirs
are discovered and reveal an untold
story of a life-changing love affair.
After giving up writing, Austen
meets charming Mr. Ashford—her
intellectual match. Inspired by her surroundings and Ashford’s faith in her,
Austen revises Sense and Sensibility,
hoping to be published at last.
“This is a clever little romance
for a cold Sunday afternoon, to be read
by the fire,” says Costco Book Buyer
Catherine Bergeron. “I found it to be
well researched and convincing. It’s
just perfect for all the Jane Austen
fans out there looking for more.”
The Lost Memoirs of Jane Austen,
by Syrie James, is available at most