Jesus, Son of God or rabble-rouser

By Roger Landriault

The story of Jesus has inspired Christians for almost two thousand years, but little is known about this charismatic yet enigmatic figure. The basis of our knowledge is contained in four Gospels from the New Testament of the Christian Bible, with some amplification in the...

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Just Like Music

Social Emotional Learning Inspired by Hip-Hop
By David Spellmon Jr

Gil Scott-Heron, Marvin Gaye, and Tupac were all philosophers of their times. Each held their audience captive with their spoken words of politics, injustice, and living life in poverty and urban communities. Today they are still seen as classic gems as either their music or...

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Journeys From There to Here

Stories of Immigrant Trials, Triumphs, and Contributions
By Susan J. Cohen

Journeys From There to Here: Stories of Immigrant Trials, Triumphs, and Contributions, penned by Susan J. Cohen, is full of heartbreaking and heartwarming real-life scenarios. As a lawyer in Boston, she has worked tirelessly for decades to assist immigrants to this country. She demonstrates how...

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Jon B

Are You Still Down?
By Dominique Myesha Carson

If you like R&B music, you will love Jon B: Are You Still Down? by Dominique M. Carson. Dominique has given us an inside look at the music of Jon B. She shares his struggles and his triumphs. The stories behind the music make for...

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Jujutsu in Japan to Brazilian Jiu-jitsu in America

By Daniel DiMarzio

Jujutsu in Japan to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in America, written by the avid supporter of various types of martial arts, Daniel DiMarzio, is a highly personal account of the two approaches to the martial art in which the author compares the histories, the techniques, and the...

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Journey through the Island of Rügen

A Classical Journey
By Arthur Strohmeier

Journey through the Island of Rügen: A Classical Journey by Arthur Strohmeier is a fresh rendition, a translation of the work of Johann Jacob Grümbke published in 1803, and a work of adventure with hints of sociology. In a collection of twelve letters, Grümbke describes...

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Journey Untold - My Mother's Struggle with Mental Illness

Twisted Love
By Yassin Hall,Lo'an Sewer

Believe it or not, minorities are experiencing various forms of mental illness and have done so for decades. Mental illnesses tends to sit in the background in silence in minority households. Yassin S. Hall walks us through the shadows of her life as a child...

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Joy Joy Baseball

By Michael Verrett

I thought Michael Verrett’s book Joy! Joy! Baseball was pretty cute and a very easy read. This book is made up of 36 cartoons that are all about baseball. All the drawings were done by Verrett and are his own creation. The majority of the cartoons...

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Journey to the Center of the Mirth

How to find, develop, and use humor
By Leonard Ryzman

Journey to the Center of the Mirth is a thought provoking book about the advantages of humour. Author Leonard Ryzman speaks about the various facets to humorous situations. He relates the evidence from researchers who have touted the physical attributes of laughter. One example given...

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John H. Kampmann, Master Builder

San Antonio's German Influence in the 19th Century
By Maggie Valentine

I selected John H. Kampmann, Master Builder: San Antonio's German Influence in the 19th Century, by Maggie Valentine, because I was intrigued by the book's description. I had simply assumed that the architecture of San Antonio, up until the last hundred years or so of...

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