A Last Survivor of the Orphan Trains

A Memoir
By William Walters and Victoria Golden

A Last Survivor of the Orphan Trains is a work of memoir non-fiction penned by co-authors William Walters and Victoria Golden. This inspiring tale takes a deep and personal look into the life of William Walters, who was one of the thousands of orphans loaded...

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A Study of Household Spirits of Eastern Europe

Spirits and Creatures Series
By Ronesa Aveela

A Study of Household Spirits of Eastern Europe by Ronesa Aveela is the first book in the Spirits and Creatures series. Taken from tales originating as Christian and pagan, Aveela compiles a collection of nine influential spirits: Kikimora, Domovoi, Stopan, Talasum, Smok, Bannik, Ovinnik, Dvorovoi,...

A Holocaust Memoir of Love & Resilience

Mama's Survival from Lithuania to America
By Ettie Zilber

A Holocaust Memoir of Love & Resilience is a compelling book written by Dr. Ettie Zilber, the daughter of the story’s heroine, Zlata. We relive Zlata’s horrific ordeal during the Nazi invasion, her almost miraculous survival, and her reunification with what family remained. She leads...

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Adoption History 101

An Orphan's Research
By Janine Myung Ja

In Adoption History 101: An Orphan's Research, author and adoption rights activist Janine Myung Ja uncovers the ugly underbelly of the modern world-wide adoption industry and recounts some of the heartbreaking and even shocking truths about historical adoption movements and programs. In a well-researched, well-referenced...

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Anne Frank House Amsterdam

Anne's Secret Annex turned into Museum (Amsterdam Museum Guides Book 2)
By Marko Kassenaar

Anne Frank House Amsterdam by Marko Kassenaar is a terrific guide book for any visitor to the Anne Frank House and Museum. For myself, having been to this historic site, this book enhances the experience. While other guide books give general highlights on this iconic...

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American Justice on Trial

People v. Newton
By Lise Pearlman

American Justice on Trial: People v. Newton by Lise Pearlman presents the trial of Huey Newton in a cleverly constructed style, filling readers in on the drama, the jury selection, and the outcome of the trial. Besides focusing on the Newton trial, the author makes...

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A Musician in the Great War

Diary of a WW1 Soldier
By Adolph Kuellmer, Joanne Kuellmer Franklin

A Musician in the Great War: Diary of a WW1 Soldier is a short volume of military historical non-fiction writing by authors Adolph Kuellmer and Joanne Kuellmer Franklin. Joanne is the granddaughter of Adolph, and has therefore taken on the role of compiling his personal...

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A Walk Through Minden

In the Lives of the Crone and Vegh Families
By Lillian (Sissy Crone) Frazer

Not everyone can trace their roots and A Walk Through Minden: In the Lives of the Crone and Vegh Families by Lillian Frazer shows just how much they may be missing. Beginning with great-great-grandparents, most of whom immigrated from Europe in the mid 19th and...

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A Penny Pilfered

Picking Ben Franklin's Pocket
By Tom Beattie

A Penny Pilfered: Picking Ben Franklin's Pocket is an historical biography written by Tom Beattie. Who was Ben Franklin? He looms large in the annals of American history, as indeed Beattie’s biography demonstrates that he should, but Beattie’s work also shows how little most Americans...

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An Extraordinary Life

By Daniel C. Freeman

An Extraordinary Life by Daniel C. Freeman, an epic memoir, begins during the Depression, when the author's grandparents first moved from Texas to New York with P. Frank Jr to seek a better life. In 1942, P. Frank was drafted into the army, and whilst...