With our books, we hope to trigger your imagination and inspire you to look at your surroundings with a different eye. At the moment we have published six non-fiction titles that do exactly that. Inspire you!

To learn more about our titles, please click the title of your interest below.


  • Romans, Vikings, Churches and Chocolate by Maria Staal. Two thousand years of history haven’t changed York as much as you might think. Even today, its modern streetscape reveals the cities turbulent past to those who know where to look.
  • From Dissenters to Fire Engines by Maria Staal. Besides the 16 medieval churches that are still in existence in York, the city is home to 15 nonconformist churches, built between 1693 and 1910. Often overlooked these buildings nevertheless played an important part in the history of York.
  • Time Zones, Containers and Three Square Meals a Day by Maria Staal. From Europe to the Far East to the North American continent. Follow Maria’s journey on the Serenity River a container ship that besides a place to work became a home away from home.
  • More Stories of Time Zones and Containers by Maria Staal. A collection of 16 previously untold short stories, More Stories is a fitting sequel to Time Zones, Containers and Three Square Meals a Day.


  • Tussen containers en tijdzones by Maria Staal. Van Europa naar het verre oosten naar het Noord Amerikaanse continent. Volg Maria’s reis met de Serenity River, een containership, een werkplek, maar ook een thuis. Dit is de Nederlandse vertaling van Time Zones, Containers and Three Square Meals a Day.
  • En zij kwamen in Elim aan door Henk Staal. Als bleekneusje bracht Henk drie keer zes week door in het koloniehuis Elim op Schiermonnikoog. Samen met 80 andere kinderen mochten ze spelen in de duinen en kastelen bouwen op het strand, terwijl ze door veel te eten aan probeerden te komen en sterk te worden.