Foodprints

How To Sustainably Feed 10 Billion Healthy People
By Dr. Galit Goldfarb

Foodprints: How to Sustainably Feed 10 Billion Healthy People by Dr. Galit Goldfarb gives good insights about food and how our food choices leave footprints and have a global impact. The book makes readers aware of the immediate need to redesign the global approach to...

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Farm Boy, City Girl

From Gene to Miss Gina
By John "Gene" E. Dawson

Farm Boy, City Girl: From Gene to Miss Gina is a work of non-fiction written in the form of a memoir by author John "Gene" E. Dawson. A memoir penned in three distinct stages of life, this is an incredible life story which will be...

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Fag Hags, Divas and Moms

The Legacy of Straight Women in the AIDS Community
By Victoria Noe

Fag Hags, Divas and Moms: The Legacy of Straight Women in the AIDS Community by Victoria Noe throws light on the straight women who have had HIV/AIDS and their stories, struggles, and challenges which have often been pushed aside by focusing more on stories from...

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FIRST STEPS to Thriving in Recovery

By Garret Biss

First Steps to Thriving in Recovery by Garrett Biss is a handy manual that will guide readers who are in recovery to live a life disconnected from the consequences of their past and to bring joy and fulfillment into their lives while living in recovery....

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From Innocence to Evil

What Drove Hitler and Stalin
By Csaba Hegyvary

In From Innocence to Evil, author Csaba Hegyvary demonstrates that long before the Second World War and the rise of the Third Reich and Hitler, Josef Stalin had already massacred millions of his own people. Hitler also killed and tortured millions with callous indifference in...

Feasible Living

Dealing with Ecological Anxiety While Adapting to Our Changing World
By Ken Kroes

Although it would be somewhat misleading to designate Ken Kroes’ massively inclusive work Feasible Living as a manual for healthy contemporary living, I’m not sure that would be so far off the mark. The central topic serving as a focal point for this wide-ranging, comprehensive...

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For Dear Life

Women's Decriminalization and Human Rights in Focus
By Carol Jacobsen

For Dear Life: Women's Decriminalization and Human Rights in Focus by Carol Jacobsen is a non-fiction book on the societal issue of females in incarceration in America and what life and the social justice system is like for women who commit crimes. In this book,...

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Firsts

Coming Of Age Stories By People With Disabilities
By Belo Miguel Cipriani

Firsts: Coming Of Age Stories By People With Disabilities is a nonfiction anthology edited by Belo Miguel Ciperiani. Ciperiani lost his vision when he was 27. He grew up looking forward to his weekly trip to the library where he would pick up a new...

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Finding Your Coach

Diving Deep Within
By Melinda J. Kelly

Finding Your Coach: Diving Deep Within by Melinda J. Kelly is a non-fiction self-help book for individuals who find themselves in something of a deadlock when determining which direction their life should be taking. Kelly explains that, like herself, many will hold on to what...

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From Deep Within

A Forensic and Clinical Psychologist's Journey
By Susan J. Lewis Ph.D. J.D.

More than likely, you’ve most often seen the people that Susan J. Lewis writes about in her book, From Deep Within, in TV crime shows. Now and then, you might even have come across some of them wandering around your neighborhood. Odds are, of course,...

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