We The Presidents

How American Presidents Shaped the Last Century
By Ronald Gruner

Life hasn’t changed that much. Politics remains partisan and often volatile. But what of life? Ronald Gruner explores this theme in We The Presidents: How American Presidents Shaped the Last Century. We still have a world full of differing opinions on everything from climate change...

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The Weight of Emptiness

Comfort and hope for the loss of a loved one
By Patricia Elliot

The loss of a loved one can be a highly painful experience, but it is even worse when that loss could have been avoided. On the 5th of May 2014, Patricia Elliot came face to face with this harrowing event when her son, Bruce, took...

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Roberta Raves

Stories of Everyday Life Told with Humor, Insight and Compassion
By Roberta Conner

Roberta Raves: Stories of Everyday Life Told with Humor, Insight and Compassion is a work of non-fiction in the slice of life and memoir subgenres. It is best suited to the general adult reading audience and was penned by Roberta Conner. The idea for the...

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Zen Parenting

Caring for Ourselves and Our Children in an Unpredictable World
By Cathy Cassani Adams

Zen Parenting: Caring for Ourselves and Our Children in an Unpredictable World by Cathy Cassani Adams is a comprehensive non-fiction guidebook that immediately caught my eye as I am both a mother and teacher. We can all improve our ways, our lives, and our parenting....

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Blind Passion

A True Story of Magnificent Love
By Vincent I. Perry

Blind Passion: A True Story of Magnificent Love by Vincent I. Perry is a non-fiction biography that surrounds the origin story of a married couple named Dorothy and Grant in 1960s and 1970s Illinois. The title comes from the fact that Grant is a blind...

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#ONECHOICE

How Ten Seconds Can Change Your Life
By Nick and Jack Savage, Becky Savage

#ONECHOICE – How Ten Seconds Can Change Your Life is a work of non-fiction in the social issues subgenre. It is suitable for the general reading audience and was penned by author Becky Savage, with contributions from the memories of Nick and Jack Savage. The...

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A Midlife Widow's Search for Love
By Debbie Weiss

Available As Is: A Midlife Widow’s Search for Love is a work of non-fiction in the memoir subgenre. It is suitable for the general reading audience and was penned by author Debbie Weiss. The book follows the author’s journey in the aftermath of her husband’s...

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Raising, and Losing, My Remarkable Teenage Mother

A Memoir
By Stacey Aaronson

Raising, and Losing, My Remarkable Teenage Mother is a non-fiction memoir written by Stacey Aaronson that chronicles the life of a young mother and her daughter, the author being the daughter. Bree finds herself pregnant just after she turns sixteen, and not long after she...

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Wurruwarrin

Where the Wind Blows
By Sandy Ross

While wishing to delve deep into the reasons for her great-grandad's pain and passive aggression, Sandy Ross inadvertently came across the sociological issues that stem from the Two-Way culture that many aboriginal natives of Australia have inherited down the generations. Through Wurruwarrin, author Sandy Ross...

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My Dear

Poetic Words Reflecting The Beauty And Joys Of My Youth
By Dawn Gregory

If you love to read motivational books, grab a copy of My Dear by Dawn Gregory. Growing up in Freehold, New Jersey, Dawn always felt like a child of the village. Whether listening to the stories told by the town ladies or hearing words of...

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