On this page we will share videos that relate to our Get a Bigger Wagon philosophy and projects.
With Love, From Iraq: A true story of hope, perseverance, and becoming Canadian tells the story of Wajid's and Maysoon's journey from a troubled Iraq toward success as Canadians. This short video captures some of their pivotal moments.
Maureen Haddock has nominated Wajid and Maysoon of First Impressions Hair Design for the 2016 Newcomer Entrepreneur of the Year Awards.
Maureen Haddock's parents made these fondant wrapped, chocolate dipped delights, together, every christmas. Maureen developed a different tradition. To find out why, and for the recipe, please visit Merry Cherry Chocolates - A Tradition.
Monica Prince of Cuppa TV interviews Maureen Haddock at Big Centre TV in Birmingham England, September 2015.
With only a few days until Christmas, author Maureen Haddock spent a morning with Mr. Baraniuk's grade eight class at Greystone Heights. Maureen was thrilled to see one Get a Bigger Wagon book per student in the classroom. These students made Maureen's day.
Watch Maureen Haddock make easy, delicious peanut brittle in the microwave oven. The eight cup measuring bowl is handy for many microwave recipes. For recipes, see From the Cookie Jar Blog at www.getabiggerwagon.com.
From The Cookie Jar Blog is now On Screen! Check out the trailer for From The Cookie Jar's pilot episode on Spritz Cookies.
Maureen Haddock demonstrates the use of a cookie press, while making -- both sweet and savoury -- spritz cookies. For recipes, go to www.getabiggerwagon.com and peruse From the Cookie Jar Blog.
The boy, from the Get a Bigger Wagon stories, was raised by a woman that allowed him the freedom to make mistakes. Here they are, 65 years after his birth, and she is still a step ahead of him.
This footage was taken at PrintWest's bindery in late August 2013, as the second printing of Get a Bigger Wagon was in its final stages. We thank everyone who bought books for themselves and for gifts.
This short video was taken by Lyle Boulton, our print coordinator, during the final stages of binding, in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
A plan is in place to film a pilot of three stories scripted from Get a Bigger Wagon and Get an Even Bigger Wagon. We plan to work with Rob Wurzer of TV Truck in Saskatoon and our partners in England. Visit On Screen to watch the process.