Ciao! We're in Africa

By Marisa Parker

Ciao! We're in Africa is a nonfiction biography written by Marisa Parker, which is the sequel to her first book, Goodbye to Italia, that narrated the early lives of the author’s parents; Maria, known as Iucci, and Eugenio Piergiovanni. Her father had fought in the...

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Critical Thinking Junkie

How to Develop Critical Thinking
By Howie Junkie

Critical Thinking Junkie: How to Develop Critical Thinking is written by Howie Junkie. What exactly is critical thinking, and how do you know if you possess it? If you find negotiating for what you want difficult and find that your views can be swayed easily,...

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Crocodiles and Kaleko

Dangers and Designer Clothes in the Solomon Islands
By Paula Henriksen

Crocodiles and Kaleko: Dangers and Designer Clothes in the Solomon Islands is an entertaining and informative memoir. Paula Henriksen arrived in the Solomon Islands in 2010 to manage a multi-million-dollar health program for the Australian Agency for International Development as part of a multi-national peacekeeping...

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Close Encounters of the Traveling Kind

By Amanda Jayne

I picked up Close Encounters of the Traveling Kind by Amanda Jayne because I was looking for a light, entertaining read and this book promised to be just that. It is a collection of stories from the author’s own travelling experiences. You know, the kind...

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Crossing the Wild Pacific

Captain's Log of the Yacht Argo
By Robert R. Tisch

Crossing the Wild Pacific (Captain's Log of the Yacht Argo) by Robert R. Tisch is a non-fiction adventure book that would appeal most to a mixed audience of young adults and adults who are interested in learning about different cultures, different places, and being entertained...

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Confessions of an Old Man

How Millennials are Being Robbed
By Munir Moon

Confessions of an Old Man: How I Am Stealing From Future Generations by Munir Moon reflects the thoughts of an elderly man who looks past his age into what tomorrow holds for his offspring. Working from the premise that what millennials inherit depends on the...

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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...

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County Fair Blue Ribbon Winning Cookbook

Distinctive Cake Recipes Volume 2
By Amber Richards

County Fair Blue Ribbon Winning Cookbook: Distinctive Cake Recipes (Volume 2) by author Amber Richards is packed with prize-winning cakes that will make your mouth water! Included in the book is a vast assortment of cake recipes, including classic favorites such as Coconut Cream, Carrot...

Communicating

The Multiple Modes of Human Communication
By Ruth Finnegan

Communicating: The Multiple Modes of Human Communication by Ruth Finnegan is an excellent book about how communication works for humans, different ways it came about, and ways it can be improved or expanded upon in going forward. I have always been intrigued by concepts like...

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Chickens Eat Pasta

Escape to Umbria
By Clare Pedrick

First off, it was the book title that caught my eye: Chickens Eat Pasta made me chuckle. What a clever and humorous title. Inventive too. Then how the author, Clare Pedrick, became interested in moving to Italy intrigued me even further. Imagine being intrigued enough...

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