Kiboko Projects

Art, Education, and Cultural Exchange Projects
By Mark Scheflen, Jill Raufman

Kiboko Projects is an umbrella for several cultural exchange projects that spans the three continents of Africa, Russia, and North America. Since 1999, the organization has developed and expanded its program with Mark Scheflen as the Artistic Director and Jill Raufman as Executive Director....

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Keep Quiet Black Boy

A Leadership Guide to Mentoring Millennials
By Jerome Frierson

Keep Quiet Black Boy: A Leadership Guide to Mentoring Millennials by Jerome Frierson is a call to action for black youths ranging from 18 to 21 years old to pursue a college education as well as for church leaders to employ the necessary tools provided...

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Kat the Dog

The remarkable tale of a rescued Spanish water dog
By Alyson Sheldrake

“That dark, dank barn, with water dripping down the walls and in through the roof. The concrete floor of my kennel, and the farmer beating me with the broom handle...” That was the beginning of Kat’s life, only she was called Luna back then. When...

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Keys to Healthy Communication

Authenticity Empathy Empowerment
By Bobby R. Patton, Ph.D. Rusalyn H.Andrews, Jennifer Page Daily, MD

Keys to Healthy Communication, by Bobby R. Patton, Ph.D., Rusalyn H. Andrews, Ph.D., and Jennifer Page Daily, MD, is a stellar guide to communication that you can benefit from today. Communication is more than simply talking to one another and listening. It's that, of course,...

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Kid on the Go!

Memoir of My Childhood and Youth
By Neill McKee

When Neill was brought home from the hospital as a newborn, the kindly Mennonite lady told his mother that Neill wouldn’t survive. But he did and he lived a fascinating life full of love and humor and a zest for telling a good story, mostly...

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Kings, Conquerors, Psychopaths

From Alexander to Hitler to the Corporation
By Joseph Abraham

Have you ever wondered what the price of our progress was? What civilization really means? What makes us and even prominent scientists reject or deny logic, facts, and clear evidence in favor of what we prefer to believe? But most importantly, why do we still...

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Kings of a Lonely Kingdom

Earth Day Essays, Poems, and Musings on Nature
By David C. Mahood

Kings of a Lonely Kingdom: Earth Day Essays, Poems, and Musings on Nature by David C. Mahood is a compelling, passionate work on the environment and its possible future. This amazing kaleidoscope of poems, essays, and thought processes is a culmination of writings by the...

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Kabbalah of Life

By Yakov Saacks

The Kabbalah of Life is a work of non-fiction in the self-help, introspective, and social issues subgenres and was penned by author Rabbi Yakov Saacks. Subtitled ‘A much deeper look into our surroundings’, this poignant expanded work takes a critical look at the modern world...

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Kiss My Mike

By Mike Talplacido

Kiss My Mike by Mike Talplacido is a no-holds-barred, frank memoir of the exploration of a young man’s sexuality both in the country of his birth, the Philippines, and later in the United States. Mike was the second child of a working-class family in the...

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Keeping You and Your Family Safe In Today's Hectic World

Basic Safety Tips Anyone Can USe
By Sandy Hein

Keeping You and Your Family Safe In Today's Hectic World: Basic Safety Tips Anyone Can Use by Sandy Hein is an insightful book that will guide readers in practicing situational awareness by simply paying attention to their surroundings and taking note of the things going...

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