Non-Fiction - Cultural

Amsterdam Exposed

An American's Journey Into The Red Light District
By David Wienir

Amsterdam Exposed: An American’s Journey into the Red Light District by David Wienir takes readers into the heart of the red light district to witness powerful encounters and meet the women who work there. Entering his third year of law school at Berkeley and about...

Mother Tongue

A Saga of Three Generations of Balkan Women
By Tania Romanov

Mother Tongue: A Saga of Three Generations of Balkan Women by Tania Romanov is a non-fictional memoir about Tania’s family background and her heritage. Mother Tongue is a story that moves through multiple generations. The book begins with Tania visiting their homeland in Croatia from...

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Nothing But Blue

A Memoir
By Diane Lowman

Nothing But Blue: A Summer At Sea by Diane Meyer Lowman is an adventurous and fascinating memoir that takes readers on a trip along with the author when she travels on a German container ship on a working stint abroad. As a nineteen-year-old Middlebury College...

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Quest of the American Dream

A Guide to Culture Shock Encounters among Immigrants and American Visitors
By Dominic Charles Okero

Quest of the American Dream: A Guide to Culture Shock Encounters among Immigrants and American Visitors by Dominic Charles Okero is a charming first-person account of a man from rural Kenya who immigrated to America in search of a better life. After giving some brief...

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An American Family in Italy

Living La Dolce Vita without Permission
By Paul Spadoni

An American Family in Italy: Living La Dolce Vita without Permission by Paul R. Spadoni is an absorbing and charming story of a family that moves to Italy for a year after leaving a comfortable life back home. The book is about the family’s struggle...

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To Israel, With Love

A Journey of Discovery in History, Mystery, Travel, and Relationships ... in full color and large print.
By Carolyn B. Leonard

To Israel, With Love: A Journey of Discovery in History, Mystery, Travel, and Relationships by Carolyn B. Leonard is a non fiction book about one woman's journey to Israel. In full colour and historic splendor, the story unravels in the early morning at the airport...

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Sex, the Illustrated History

Through Time, Religion, and Culture
By John R. Gregg

Sex, the Illustrated History: Through Time, Religion, and Culture by John R. Gregg is an interesting historical narrative of how sex was perceived and has evolved over time in society as a whole across various cultures and nations around the world since the beginning of...

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From Sea to Sea

River Plate to Lake Michigan
By Nelda Bedford Gaydou

From Sea to Sea: River Plate to Lake Michigan by Nelda Bedford Gaydou is a wonderfully adventurous memoir that speaks about the author’s and her family’s exploits as they travel across the United States, Europe, and South America. This is the story of a couple...

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Eboli to Brooklyn

One Way
By Francis J. and Denise T. Lodato

Eboli to Brooklyn: One Way by Francis J. Lodato and Denise T. Lodato is the authors' family memoir chronicling an immigration from Eboli, Italy to New York. The book begins with a little history and details of the planning and migration of the Lodatos as...

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Music and Creation

In Search of Human Culture: Voices of the World Book 1
By Ruth Finnegan

While it has been believed for many years that the role of sound and human auditory resources are insignificant to human intelligence and how people communicate, Ruth Finnegan, a senior British anthropologist, proves this perception wrong in her profound book, Music and Creation: In Search...

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