Time for the World to Learn From Africa

Hearing Others' Voices
By Ruth Finnegan

Time for the World to Learn From Africa: Hearing Others’ Voices is a work of educational non-fiction intended for students and young people, penned by author and academic Ruth Finnegan. Taking a break from her scholarly work, Finnegan delves deep into the heritage, culture, art...

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The King and Mrs. Simpson

The True Story of the Commoner Who Captured The Heart of A King
By Erin Schulz

The story of the original Duke and Duchess of Windsor, the former King Edward VIII, is one of utmost love and devotion. It is a story filled with tragedy and yet, with a strong desire never to give up what is most important in life;...

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The Artful Dodger

The 20-Year Pursuit of World War I Draft Dodger Grover Cleveland Bergdoll
By Dirk Langeveld

In 1917 the United States was gearing up for war against Germany and the rest of the Central Powers. Wilson had had enough and asked Congress to declare war, which they did. From this declaration the draft was initiated and many young men were required...

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Taking a Bite Out of the Apple

A Graphic Designer's Tale (Hearing Others' Voices)
By Rob Janoff

Taking a Bite Out of the Apple: A Graphic Designer's Tale (Hearing Others' Voices) is a nonfiction memoir for young adults written by Rob Janoff. While he had gone to college to study industrial design, Janoff was more intrigued by the creative possibilities that graphic...

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The Little Hospital That Could

A Personal Recollection of the 24th Medical Group at the Crossroads of History
By Terrence O'Neil

The Little Hospital That Could: A Personal Recollection of the 24th Medical Group at the Crossroads of History by Terrence O'Neil is a military memoir that details Terrence’s experiences while managing the operations of the 24th Medical Group that served during the Panama Canal handover....

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The Devil's Own Day

Shiloh and the American Civil War
By John D Beatty

The American Civil War was one of the worst conflicts in American history as the scale of the battle – and the losses in terms of people killed, wounded, and missing in action – quickly surpassed the expectations of both the North and the South...

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Triumph After All

By Bina Kozuch

Triumph After All is an historical fiction novel written by Bina Kozuch. The author’s story is based on the life of her mother, Cipora Kozuch, aka Tziper-Gittle Dratler-Younger, who was born and raised in Ruscova, Romania, and was the only member of her immediate family...

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To Israel, With Love

A Journey of Discovery in History, Mystery, Travel, and Relationships ... in full color and large print.
By Carolyn B. Leonard

To Israel, With Love: A Journey of Discovery in History, Mystery, Travel, and Relationships by Carolyn B. Leonard is a non fiction book about one woman's journey to Israel. In full colour and historic splendor, the story unravels in the early morning at the airport...

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The Secrets Behind the Structures

Little-Known Stories Behind Some Well-Known Landmarks
By John Reisinger

The Secrets Behind the Structures: Little-Known Stories Behind Some Well-Known Landmarks is a wonderful slant on history by engineer and author John Reisinger. Written for a wide audience and not just history aficionados, it’s a book that can be enjoyed by anyone. In fact, it...

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The Law of Storms

The true story of the RMS Rhone and the Great Virgin Islands hurricane of 1867
By Joan Martelli

The Law of Storms is a true to life historical account by author Joan Martelli which delivers the true story of the RMS Rhone and the Great Virgin Islands hurricane of 1867. This prose-style account of real events brings to life the moments after a...

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