Sex, Love and DNA

What Molecular Biology Teaches Us About Being Human
By Peter Schattner

Sex, Love and DNA: What Molecular Biology Teaches Us About Being Human by Peter Schattner PhD is an easy to follow description of the latest scientific research into the field of molecular biology. Written for a layperson, Dr. Schattner draws upon 30 years of experience...

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Nameless Indignities

Unraveling the Mystery of One of Illinois's Most Infamous Crimes
By Susan Elmore

Susan Elmore’s novel, Nameless Indignities: Unraveling the Mystery of One of Illinois's Most Infamous Crimes, is a non-fiction, true crime story that happened in the late 1800s. Emma Bond, a young schoolteacher is viciously gang-raped and left for dead in her school. She miraculously survives...

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Travels in Time

Minoan Crete
By Mary Black

Travels in Time: Minoan Crete is a historical adventure by Mary Black. Alex finds his missing grandfather’s notebook containing information about a time machine. He and his friends solve the clues and locate the time machine in the Venetian Castle. They are spied upon by...

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Preserve Your Family Pictures

How To Save Photo Heirlooms for Future Generations
By Amber Richards

Preserve Your Family Pictures by Amber Richards is an informative e-book on preserving a visual record of the legacy of family history, offering a guide on the practical steps used to ensure family portraits and memories are preserved for future generations. Suggestions are made for...

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Sanborns' Camp

A Memoir
By Doc Sanborn

Sanborns' Camp is a memoir written by Doc Sanborn. Doc's great grandfather, Elihu Sanborn, decided that he really wanted to be a carpenter instead of following in his father's footsteps and working the family farm in New Hampshire. As he was the second son, this...

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Grandfather's Uncle

By Philip J McQuillan

Lovingly crafted memoirs, when offered with honesty and true devotion, have a particular warmth and charm seldom found in any other kind of writing. Grandfather’s Uncle by Philip McQuillan is no exception. There is such a naturally conversational singularity of purpose in McQuillan’s writing that...

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Family Legends

From a Lawrence County, Indiana Family
By Sophia Frazier

Family Legends: From a Lawrence County, Indiana Family by Sophia Frazier is a very inspiring book about passing on the family details, history, and moments shared to the next generation of family members, friends, and all those who are associated with that particular family. Many...

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Pioneers, Patriots, and Planters

By Elizabeth Carrow Woolfolk

When Elizabeth Carrow Woolfolk overheard her husband say that he was a descendant of THE George Washington, she was inspired to research his family. What started as a simple quest soon became almost an obsession. While the focus of this book is the Woolfolk...

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Fips, Bots, Doggeries, and More

Explorations of Henry Rogers' 1838 Journal of Travel from Southwestern Ohio to New York City
By Tracy Lawson

Fips, Bots, Doggeries, and More: Explorations of Henry Rogers’ 1838 Journal of Travel from Southwestern Ohio to New York City is a non-fiction account shared by Tracy Lawson, Henry’s great-great-great-granddaughter. The book is filled with pictures and observations from a journey that was made years...

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It's NOT ALL in the genes...A story about LOVE

By Ricardo Covarrubias

"It's Not All in the Genes…A story about LOVE" was written by Ricardo Covarrubias and Liz Jasso. The book was created as a love story, but not the love story that initially comes to mind. This book was uniquely written with a love story involving...

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