Non-Fiction - Cultural

Silent Words

A 50-Year Family Saga
By José Álvarez

Silent Words: A 50-Year Family Saga by José Álvarez is an inspirational memoir, a story of love, faith and hope, centered on human disability. Follow a family in their joy and frustrations, but above all in their faith in life and love, and their commitment...

Vignettes & Postcards from Morocco

By Erin Byrne

Vignettes & Postcards From Morocco by Erin Byrne is an engaging and exciting read that takes readers on a journey to Morocco and will make them want to travel there and experience what the author has mentioned in the book. This is motivation to travel...

Valley Speak

Deciphering the Jargon of Silicon Valley
By Rochelle Kopp and Steven Ganz

Valley Speak: Deciphering the Jargon of Silicon Valley by Rochelle Kopp and Steven Ganz is an insider’s guide to the famous Silicon Valley of California. Valley Speak is written by authors who themselves have experience working here, and they have provided a how-to guide in...

Surviving Remnant

Memories of the Jewish Greenhorns in 1950s America
By Hanna Perlstein Marcus

There have been many stories about the horrors of the Holocaust before and during the Second World War, but Surviving Remnant by Hanna Perlstein Marcus is one of the few that tells us what happened to those who survived. I learned so much from this...

Entitled to Slavery

A Blueprint for Breaking the Chains That Threaten American Exceptionalism
By Michael Abbott Jr

This country was founded on Christian principles and, while these beliefs were not perfect, they did provide an outline by which to guide the world and our lives. Entitled to Slavery: A Blueprint for Breaking the Chains That Threaten American Exceptionalism by Michael Abbott Jr...

My Father's Daughter

From Rome to Sicily
By Gilda Morina Syverson

Twice during the 1980s, Gilda Morina Syverson traveled to Italy in search of her parents’ roots. In October 2000, Gilda’s parents and husband, Stu, accompanied her. The journal that the author religiously kept now gives her readers the trip of a lifetime in My...

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A Crisis of Faith

The battle of beliefs between the Christian Church and Gnosticism
By Tony Sunderland

A Crisis of Faith by Tony Sunderland is a self-described study about the battle of beliefs between the Christian Church and Gnosticism. While technically accurate, such a tidy description creates a minor disservice to the highly comprehensive yet focused view taken by the author in...

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If You Were Me and Lived in...Germany

A Child's Introduction to Cultures Around the World (Volume 21)
By Carole P. Roman

If You Were Me and Lived in...Germany is an educational children’s book, written by Carole P. Roman and illustrated by Kelsea Wierenga. With an ever-changing lifestyle and culture, Germany is a country which comes with a long history, and people who enjoy the simplicity of...

Leadership Lessons From The Volkswagen Saga

By Steven Howard

Did Volkswagen’s CEOs, engineers, executives, managers, and other leaders know about the illegal defective software devices that were being installed in their vehicles? In Leadership Lessons From The Volkswagen Saga by Steven Howard, you will be educated on the various aspects of the leadership that...

China Untold

American Dream vs. Communism
By R. Royale

China Untold: American Dream vs. Communism by R. Royale is an autobiographical book that describes R. Royale’s life and experiences as an African American man in China. China Untold gives a unique perspective on working and living in China and the story starts off with...