Walk With Me, My Son

You and I Have Some Stories to Tell
By Richard Asmet Awid

Walk With Me, My Son: You and I Have Some Stories to Tell by Richard Asmet Awid is a look into the Lebanese migration to North America more than a century ago from a personal perspective. The author's father, Ehmid Alley Awid Amerey, was 19...

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Water Wars

Sharing the Colorado River
By Bruce J. Carter, Ph.D., and Douglas Winslow Cooper, Ph.D.

Water Wars: Sharing the Colorado River by Bruce J. Carter, Ph.D. and Douglas Winslow Cooper, Ph.D. is a straightforward, no holds barred non-fiction environmental crisis book on the genuine probability that the world's most precious natural resource, clean drinking water, is on the fast track...

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Warhol, Dr. Seuss and the Making of America

By Elizabeth Raney

Warhol, Dr. Seuss and the Making of America by Elizabeth Raney is a nonfiction book that captures a historical and cultural phenomenon in the United States. The author takes an incisive look at two personalities that deeply influenced the cultural trends in the 1950s and...

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Words Whispered in Water

Why the Levees Broke in Hurricane Katrina
By Sandy Rosenthal

Words Whispered in Water: Why the Levees Broke in Hurricane Katrina by Sandy Rosenthal is a David vs. Goliath story or a more recent Erin Brockovich vs. Pacific Gas & Electric Company of California, except this time the scope is much larger than a biblical...

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Why The White Man Rules

(an apology)
By Nathaniel Leonard Jackson, Jr.

From the beginning of time, the white man has invaded and overthrown countries across the world. Throughout history, they have dominated every corner of society with power and subjugation, whether that is by their birthright or talents. The white man has ventured across the world...

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We All Wore Blue

By Emerson Robbins

We All Wore Blue by Emerson Robbins is an impactful story about a team of players brought together by their love of football that sticks together and achieves great things because of their sense of brotherhood. It is also an inspiring example of what can...

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Will Computers Revolt?

Preparing for the Future of Artificial Intelligence
By Charles Simon

Will Computers Revolt? Preparing for the Future of Artificial Intelligence by Charles Simon is a thought-provoking book that not only engages information and digital technology buffs but anyone that cares about the future of humanity. While this book recognizes the astonishing advancement in AI (Artificial...

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Walk in My Shoes

The Path to Empathy and Compassion
By Cliff Hakim

Similar to the engaging people/story memes tied to one American city so immensely popular on Facebook, but more focused and thematic and international in scope, and with a lovely dose of personal artwork gracing each chapter, Walk in My Shoes by Cliff Hakim devotes itself...

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Will I Always Be A __ In America?

A Black Man's Reflections on Living in America
By John A. Reaves

Will I Always Be A __ In America? A Black Man's Reflections on Living in America by John A. Reaves is a collection of the author's essays on what it means to be a black man in a country where racial disparity is still so...

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What's Forever For?

A Physician's Guide for Everlasting Love and Success in Marriage
By Dr. George "Jeep" Naum

What's Forever For? by Dr. George "Jeep" Naum is a self-help book that blends fictional anecdotes with non-fiction advice in order to help readers on the path to “Everlasting Love and Success in Marriage” through the guidance of a family physician and marital coach. Broken...

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