Hinterlands of Hope

A Lost Boy’s Journey from the southern Sudan War Zones
By Daniel Yamun Ukang

Hinterlands Of Hope: A Lost Boy's Journey From the Southern Sudan War Zones by Daniel Yamun Ukang is the awe-inspiring journey of the author who fled his home in South Sudan. His village, Yabullu, was attacked by the Arab-led Khartoum government during the Second Sudanese...

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Heartbreak and Rage

Ten Years Under Sun Myung Moon, A Cult Survivor's Memoir (Second Edition)
By K. Gordon Neufeld

Heartbreak and Rage by K. Gordon Neufeld is the non-fiction memoir of the author's journey into, through, and eventually out of the control of the infamous cult leader Sun Myung Moon and his Unification movement. The book starts with a little insight into Neufeld's life...

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How to Teach Your Children About Racism

A Letter from a Black Mother to White Parents
By Uchenna L Umeh

How to Teach Your Children About Racism: A Letter from a Black Mother to White Parents is a work of non-fiction concerning social and cultural themes around race and ethnicity, and was penned by author Uchenna L. Umeh, MD, MBA. In this very important and...

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Have You Seen These Children?

A Memoir
By Veronica Slaughter

Have You Seen These Children? A Memoir by Veronica Slaughter is a heartrending memoir written from the perspective of an eight-year-old who, along with her siblings, Valorie, Vance, and Vincent, went on a journey that changed their lives forever. The book is about how misguided...

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How to Discipline a Toddler

Toddler Discipline for Every Age and Stage. Practical Tips to Solve Common Toddler Challenges (Broken Down by Age) and Make Life Easier
By Sandra D. Coon

How to Discipline a Toddler: Toddler Discipline for Every Age and Stage by Sandra D. Coon is an engaging book that gives good insights to parents on how to create an unbreakable bond, deep trust, and effective communication with their children. The tips and techniques...

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Helplessly Hoping

By Douglas Kent

Helplessly Hoping by Douglas Kent is the author's memoir detailing his relationship with Mara, his teenage sweetheart and the love of his life. Under normal circumstances, this might sound like a simple boy-meets-girl memoir. Unfortunately, simple is furthest from the truth. Mara reveals to Doug...

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Help! I Married A Comedian

A memoir of life in the circus lane of marriage to a stand-up comedian
By Carolyn V. Hamilton

Carolyn Hamilton first saw Cork Proctor in 1980, at a comedy roast for a local Las Vegas notable. After the show, he invited her to his show the following evening at the Royal Inn. She was intrigued by this charming comedian. When she arrived, there...

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How Much Big Is the Sky

A Memoir of a Mother's Love and Unfathomable Loss
By Sherry Chapman

How Much Big Is The Sky: A Memoir of a Mother’s Love and Unfathomable Loss is a work of non-fiction telling the true-life tale of a mother’s grief at losing her son, and was penned by author Sherry Chapman. Unmasking the raw emotional experience of...

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Hippie Chick

Coming of Age in the '60s
By Ilene English

Hippie Chick: Coming of Age in the ‘60s is a work of non-fiction in the style of a memoir, penned by author Ilene English. Recommended for adult readers due to some mature content, this enlightening and empowering memoir tells the tale of the author’s life...

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How to Kill Your Batman

A Guide for Male Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse Using Batman to Heal Hypervigilance
By Kenneth Rogers, Jr

I couldn’t imagine why anyone would want to kill their Batman, so I was anxious to find out. How to Kill Your Batman, by Kenneth Rogers, is the author’s third book on the subject of male survivors of child sexual abuse. He is also black,...

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