To the Moon and Back

A Childhood Under the Influence
By Lisa Kohn

To the Moon and Back: A Childhood Under the Influence by Lisa Kohn is a gritty memoir of abuse. At an early age, Lisa was exposed to abuse, including cocaine, even received from a judge. It just seemed natural for a child who had no...

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Peacemakers

A Christian View of War and Peace
By Peter Dixon

Peacemakers: A Christian View of War and Peace by Peter Dixon is a biographical/philosophical book about the issue of war and how we can reconcile it with our own beliefs. If you are a Christian, a religion which preaches about peace and loving thy neighbor,...

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An Invisible Child

A True Story of Hope for Victims of Abuse
By Lenore Ossen

In the introduction to An Invisible Child: A True Story of Hope for Victims of Abuse, Lenore Ossen writes: “This is a true story. This is my story. This is about a child who grew up in a lonely, isolated world with a mother who...

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United in Autism

Finding Strength inside the Spectrum
By Julie Hornok

United in Autism: Finding Strength Inside the Spectrum by Julie Hornok speaks about autism and the challenges of raising children with autism. Every story in the book throws light on families living in different parts of the world and their struggle when it comes to...

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Don't Expect Me To Cry

Refusing to let Childhood Sexual Abuse Steal my Life
By Janet Bentley

Janet Bentley’s book, Don’t Expect Me To Cry, is a brave and true account of a life that was filled with sexual abuse at the hands of her own father and others. It is a window into the worst kinds of horror that human beings...

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Little Girl Crying

My life-long struggle with anorexia nervosa and the prayer that saved my life
By Belinda Rose

Little Girl Crying by Belinda Rose is a poignant memoir that follows the pain of the author and her journey towards healing. Hurt deeply and abused at home as a child, bullied in school, and raped by someone she loved and trusted, Belinda found herself...

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Those Three Words

A Birthmother's story of choice, chance and motherhood
By Christine Bauer

How many young women have heard 'Those Three Words'? For some, the words 'you are pregnant' bring indescribable joy. For others, like Christine Bauer, they cause panic and heartache, beginning a journey of fear, indecision, distressing physical changes, and emotional turmoil. Christine Bauer takes us...

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The Parent's Guide to Protecting Children from Pedophiles

By MBC

The Parent's Guide to Protecting Children From Pedophiles by MBC is an insightful and helpful guide to all parents who want their children to be safe from offenders and child abuse. Children are innocent and a child is never at fault, regardless of what the...

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10 Cents and a Silver Star

. . . a Sardonic Saga of PTSD
By Bruce D Johnson

Bruce D Johnson's 10 Cents and a Silver Star is an extraordinary narration of what soldiers encountered during the traumatic war in Vietnam, and after. From the very beginning of this momentous story, perhaps as momentous as Joseph Heller’s Catch 22, tossing convention out...

Echoes From Catawba Volume 1

Growing Up In Catawba Valley, Appalachia
By Ted Carroll

Echoes From Catawba, Volume 1: Growing Up In Catawba Valley, Appalachia is a nonfiction cultural/memoir written by Ted Carroll. Carroll’s grandparents had 17 children; his mother was the baby of a family who made such a tremendous impact on the small community of Catawba, Virginia....