The Little Breadwinner

War and Survival in the Salvadoran Heartland
By Lucia Mann

The Little Breadwinner by Lucia Mann is, as the subtitle suggests, a tale of war and survival in El Salvador, a story that captures the devastating experience of the Civil War from 1980 to 1992. It is often said that when elephants fight, the grass...

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Thus Fell Tecumseh

By Frank E. Kuron

Thus Fell Tecumseh by Frank E. Kuron is about a famous Native American, a Shawnee Chief, known as Tecumseh. He fought in the Battle of the Thames in 1813. This book goes into more details of that battle, who fought against him, and why there...

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The Bonnet Book

Diary of an Orphan Train Hatmaker
By Nancy Menees Hardesty

The Bonnet Book: Diary of an Orphan Train Hatmaker is a work of fiction in the coming of age and historical sub-genres, and was penned by author Nancy Menees Hardesty. In a story written for young adult audiences, we are introduced to protagonist Blanche Spencer...

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The Biggest Hole in the Iron Curtain

The Batizy Story
By Levente Batizy

The Biggest Hole in the Iron Curtain: The Batizy Story by Levente Batizy is the story of the Batizy family as they traveled from Hungary to America, chasing the American Dream. Once part of European nobility, the Batizy family lost it all when communism took...

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The Man Who Stopped Time

By Joseph M. Orrigo

The Man Who Stopped Time by Joseph M. Orrigo recounts the impactful life of Dr. Elisha Cullen Dick, a physician and intellectual leader of his time. Dr. Dick served in many influential positions throughout his lifetime. His intelligence, leadership, and knowledge led him to become...

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The Clean Body

A Modern History
By Peter Ward

The Clean Body by Peter Ward charts the history of personal cleanliness in the western world from the seventeenth century on, and it takes us through the homes and bathhouses of France, Germany, Italy, England, Austria, and North America. We know that today’s often excessive...

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Time to Journey Home

By Michael Pedretti

Time to Journey Home: Story of Our Stories by Michael Pedretti brilliantly documents the author’s journey home to his ancestral roots. In this account, the author decides to visit a small valley in Italy where his forebears lived for a thousand years before moving to...

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The Fencers

A Cold War Escape Memoir
By Geza Tatrallyay

As a writer and reader of thrillers, memoirs are not usually my thing. And these days when I see an article about sport, my eyes glaze over. It is a long time since I played any kind of sport myself and, well, these days sportsmen...

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The Soledad Children

The Fight to End Discriminatory IQ Tests
By Marty Glick, Maurice Jourdane

The Soledad Children: The Fight to End Discriminatory IQ Tests by Marty Glick and Maurice Jourdane is a well-researched, historical non-fiction book that serves as a powerful indictment of a form of racial discrimination suffered by Mexican immigrants. Born and raised in a labor camp...

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The Biblical Clock

The Untold Secrets Linking the Universe and Humanity with God’s Plan (Inspired Studies)
By Daniel Friedmann, Dania Sheldon

Daniel Friedmann and Dania Sheldon’s The Biblical Clock has the ambitious aim of showing how science and religion are not opposites. On the contrary, they can help to explain each other regarding the origin of life and the End of Days. Based mainly on Jewish...

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