We All Wore Blue

By Emerson Robbins

We All Wore Blue by Emerson Robbins is an impactful story about a team of players brought together by their love of football that sticks together and achieves great things because of their sense of brotherhood. It is also an inspiring example of what can...

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Overcoming Systemic Prejudice and Discrimination

Achieving Success Through Ethical Resilience
By J. Dawson Williams

J. Dawson Williams has given us a book of ethics in Overcoming Systemic Prejudice and Discrimination. For far too long, prejudice and discrimination have been accepted or only occasionally slightly condemned. It is high time that society works together as one to treat everyone with...

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30 Years Behind Bars

Trials of a Prison Doctor
By Karen Gedney MD

Karen Gedney's 30 Years Behind Bars: Trials of a Prison Doctor is the true story of a female doctor’s thirty years of service to the United States Corrections System, serving as the prison doctor in a male prison. That she accepted the challenge in the...

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Mending the Flag, Healing the World

By Andy Bilik

Mending the Flag, Healing the World by Andy Bilik is a non-fiction political work that proposes a new paradigm to resolving the crisis in contemporary democracies, starting with Canada. In this book, the author examines what is broken in today’s political machinery and offers surprising...

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Little Chick Gets Bullied

By Nat Williams

“Wow! What a great idea!” was my first reaction after reading Owl’s suggestions to stop a bully—but H.I.T. doesn’t mean to swing at him. Little Chick Gets Bullied is a wonderful book offering sound advice on how to deal with a bully. Written by teacher-turned-author...

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This Is How We Leave

By Joanne Nelson

There’s something special about decorating a Christmas tree that ignites memories of treasured moments in the past, memories before everyone grew up and started to leave. But, for Joanne Nelson, much of the leaving in her growing up years was tragic: family members leaving to...

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Healing from Incest

Intimate Conversations with My Therapist
By Geri Henderson, Seanne Emerton

Healing from Incest: Intimate Conversations with my Therapist by Geri Henderson and Seanne Emerton is the non-fiction memoir of Henderson's life and a string of abuses, and Emerton's insight as one of the therapists who helped her come to terms with incidents that no person...

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To Reach the Spring

From Complicity to Consciousness in the Age of Eco-Crisis
By Nathaniel Popkin

Climate change is one of the most serious threats we and our planet have to face in the third decade of the 21st century. What could still be considered a matter of secondary importance until a few decades ago has definitely become a priority following...

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Does This Make Sense?

A Jump Start on Your Self-Help Journey
By Erin Battle

Does This Make Sense? A Jump Start on Your Self-Help Journey is a work of non-fiction in the self-help, advice, and guidance sub-genres, and was penned by author Erin Battle. The work is intended for the general reading audience and specifically tailors its advice toward...

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Specialisms: Autism Perspectives

Musings from the Family of an Autistic Kid
By Brad Eck

Specialisms: Autism Perspectives is a work of non-fiction in the parenting and autobiographical writing subgenres, and was penned by author Brad Eck. The work is intended for both the specialized and general reading audiences and contains essential eye-opening information about the realities of raising a...

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