Our Coronavirus Diary

By Carol Pack, Barbara Paskoff

Our Coronavirus Diary: Another Brain Fart from Over-Sixty: Shades of Gray is a nonfiction humor/comedy book written by Carol Pack and Barbara Paskoff. While the authors do not argue the fact for one moment that the coronavirus pandemic is devastating in every possible way, they...

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Once A Girl, Always A Boy

A Family Memoir of a Transgender Journey
By Jo Ivester

Once a Girl, Always a Boy: A Family Memoir of a Transgender Journey is a nonfiction memoir written by Jo Ivester and based on the video journals of her son, Jeremy Ivester. Jo and her husband, Jon, were not at all surprised when their third...

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One Queen to Another

How To Live Your Best (F*ckboy Free) Life
By Melissa Bunbury

One Queen to Another: How to Live Your Best (F*ckboy Free) Life by Melissa Bunbury is a well-written book with a strong message. Designed for female readers, it contains powerful lessons on making choices and handling some of the difficult and challenging moments in life....

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Operation Sustainable Human

A four-step scientific guide to combat climate change (high impact made simple)
By Chris Macdonald

In Operation Sustainable Human, Chris Macdonald delivers a clear-cut series of critical changes everyone can make to help combat global warming and its negative effects. In order to provide the simplest and most effective solutions to people who want to act against the current climate...

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One Creation Under God

Wisdom Teachings on Human-Animal Relationships and Connections in the Sacred Circle of Life
By Val Silver

One Creation Under God: Wisdom Teachings on Human-Animal Relationships and Connections in the Sacred Circle of Life by Val Silver is an insightful book for readers who want to believe in the Universal Laws instead of the dogma crafted by religious institutions. The book also...

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OMG. We Are Killing Babies

Society Has Two Choices: The Baby Lives or The Baby Dies
By J.R. Thompson

OMG. We Are Killing Babies - Society has two choices: The Baby Lives or The Baby Dies by J.R. Thompson discusses a very important yet controversial topic that seems to rise up every couple of years. I respect the stance of the author and how...

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Out Here in the Darkness

By Abra Stevens

Are you a true crime fan? As someone who has always clung to the adage that truth is stranger than fiction, I certainly am. And when it comes to the content and characters in Out Here in the Darkness by Abra Stevens, I know that...

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Once the Storm is Over

From Grieving to Healing After the Suicide of My Daughter
By Nina Bingham

With the alarming rise in suicides, especially sadly amongst teens, Nina Bingham’s memoir about losing her beloved daughter to suicide is timely, but no doubt writing it was one of the hardest things Bingham has ever done. What courage it takes to bare a heartache...

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On the Cusp

The Women of Penn '64
By Anne Sceia Klein and Vilma Barr

On the Cusp: The Women of Penn '64 by Anne Sceia Klein and Vilma Barr looks at the emergence of women as they invade a man's world. This is a collection of real life stories of nineteen University of Pennsylvania women graduates on the threshold...

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On Policing

From Swords Into Plowshares
By James James Greenstone

What does it take to handle delicate and tense situations? When should a police officer use a gun or other less lethal tools at their disposal? In a book that started with the title “Policing With(out) Guns,” which I think fits this work even better,...

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