Mom’s Pen

A Daughter’s Resilience Breaks the Cycle of Family Abuse and Dysfunction
By Posie L Carson

A ‘normal’ family can hide harsh realities within the home. Posie L Carson’s memoir Mom’s Pen tackles the issue of domestic abuse. Domestic abuse can lie hidden in plain sight, and it most often does. Women find themselves trapped in a vicious cycle and they...

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Babel

A Guide to the East-West Encounter
By D. Ofer Grosbard

The fourth and the last volume in the Cultural Code series, Babel: A Guide to the East-West Encounter by Dr. Ofer Grosbard puts all the pieces of the puzzle together. This culminating volume is the result of Grosbard’s professional maturing process where he presents four...

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I'm Still Here

A Memoir
By Martina Reaves

I'm Still Here: A Memoir by Martina Reaves is an engrossing memoir with strong themes, well-written and inspiring. The memoir starts with Martina meeting her streetcar driver, an Episcopal priest, who eventually becomes a significant person in her life. But she comes out and meets...

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Opioid Odyssey

Discoveries of Recovery Through Medication Assisted Treatment
By Michael J. Murphy, Aafaque Akhter

Opioid Odyssey: Discoveries of Recovery Through Medication Assisted Treatment by Dr. Michael J. Murphy with Dr. Aafaque Akhtar addresses the effects of the opioid crisis in the United States as well as around the world. The drug addict, the opioid-dependent person, and the criminal substance...

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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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Truth Gives Strength To Wings

It’s All in the Journal
By Katy Sudano and Ginger Green

Truth Gives Strength To Wings: It’s All in the Journal by Katy Sudano and Ginger Green is the harrowing non-fiction memoir of a girl who, with all odds stacked against her, was able to fly. The book begins with the heartbreaking revelation that young Sydney...

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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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Digital Project Practice

Managing Innovation and Change
By Dr. Tobias Endress, Aditya Chandak, Dr. Majid Dadgar, Ralf Dick, Elena Dinman, Günter Jeschke, ...

Digital Project Practice: Managing Innovation and Change is a work of non-fiction in the business and project management sub-genres, and it was edited by author and Dr. Tobias Endress. It contains the work of thirteen experts, including Aditya Chandak, Dr. Majid Dadgar, Ralf Dick, Elena...

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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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Reform The Kakistocracy

Rule by the Least Able or Least Principled Citizens
By William L. Kovacs

In Reform The Kakistocracy by William L. Kovacs, the author describes what the government and those in power have evolved into. An elite, self-serving minority who lack the morals and principles to care for those who elected them. Over the last forty years, there has...

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