What Remains

The Many Ways We Say Goodbye, An Anthology
By Sandi Gelles-Cole and Kenneth Salzmann, editors

What Remains: The Many Ways We Say Goodbye is a non-fiction anthology of the rites and rituals performed at funerals and memorials across the globe. The pieces are written in collaboration with several authors, compiled in a beautiful study of modern anthropology by editors Sandi...

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Wise Tales From the Jewish World

The Essential Collection
By Uri Kaplan

As indicated in the title, Wise Tales From the Jewish World: The Essential Collection by Uri Kaplan is a book full of wise tales. In fact, there are 55 tales in the book, and it is the second in the Wise Tales book series. Wise...

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Weeds Beneath the Open Meadows

By Anna Casamento Arrigo

Weeds Beneath the Open Meadows, a memoir by Anna Casamento Arrigo, features memories and ruminations of her father who died when she was only twelve. But her recollections run deep and reveal not only her dad’s rugged Italian persona but those of close family members...

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What We Know For Sure

Inspirational stories of Filipino special immigrants in America
By Lia Ocampo

What We Know For Sure by Lia Ocampo are the real stories of immigrants who came to the United States through the Special Immigration Visa initiative for Filipinos who dedicate their careers, usually twenty years but in Ocampo's case it was eighteen, in the service...

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Weasel and Rag

Wasting Time With Watercolor
By Richard Schwindt

Weasel and Rag: Wasting Time With Watercolor by Richard Schwindt takes us on a hilarious A to Z romp through the world of watercolor painting from the point of view of an anguished practitioner. We’re treated to a dissection of every topic from artists to...

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Why Everything You Know about Robin Hood Is Wrong

Featuring a pirate monk, a French maid, and a surprising number of morris dancers (Why Everything You Know ... Is Wrong)
By K C Murdarasi

The character of Robin Hood has delighted readers for centuries with his daring and wit. In his exploits, he often makes fools of corrupt authority figures, but remains true to a hero's honor code. At least, that's the Robin Hood of today's popular culture. But...

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Workaholics Adrift

Transformation in the Pacific Islands
By Judy Martin McCandless

Workaholics Adrift: Transformation in the Pacific Islands by Judy Martin McCandless is a non-fiction book describing the ambitious sailing trips undertaken by Judy and her husband during their forties. Their yacht, aptly named Renaissance, captures the essence of the radical lifestyle change from their busy...

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Where Can I Find WiFi?

Work Anywhere, Travel Forever: Tales of a Digital Nomad
By Kayla Kurin

Where Can I Find WiFi? Work Anywhere, Travel Forever: Tales Of A Digital Nomad by Kayla Kurin is an entertaining guide on how to become a digital nomad and enjoy living as a world traveler. The author's tips and suggestions on how to make a...

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Why Do You Want to Come to America?

The reasons why refugees and migrants are coming
By Eric Reese

Why Do You Want to Come to America? by Eric Reese is a contemporary essay aimed at the person who wants to migrate to America. Specifically, it is aimed at Muslims who want to migrate to the United States. The essay explores the subjects of...

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White Woman Black Heart

Journey Home to Old Mapoon, A Memoir (Volume 1)
By Barbara Miller

White Woman Black Heart is Barbara Miller’s inspirational memoir that chronicles her journey to political and spiritual awakening and also shares her involvement in helping the Mapoon people resettle in Mapoon in 1974. In 1963, the Queensland government forcefully moves the Mapoon Aboriginal Community from...

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