Liberty-Loving Lafayette

How ‘America’s Favorite Fighting Frenchman’ Helped Win Our Independence
By Dorothea Jensen

In the wonderfully conceived and magnificently presented Liberty-Loving Lafayette: How 'America’s Favorite Fighting Frenchman' Helped Win Our Independence, Dorothea Jensen presents her theme in visuals and verse, alternating them page by page as she traces Gilbert’s (Lafayette’s) dedicated involvement in America’s Revolutionary War. The visuals...

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The Rules of a Big Boss

A book of self-love
By Haelee P Moone

The Rules of a Big Boss: A book of self-love by Haelee P. Moone is an engaging and thought-provoking book that works as a handy manual for readers who want to build their self-esteem and self-confidence. Many of us struggle with who we are and...

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It's Not Common Cent$

A 30-Day Personal Finance Crash Course for College Students and Young Adults. How to Manage Money, Save Money Fast, Pay off Debt and Invest in the Stock Market.
By Aaminah Amin

It's Not Common Cent$, written by Aaminah Amin, is an inspiring financial how-to book. Her fun, engaging writing style on a topic often deemed dull and boring is entertaining and kept me interested. As I turned the pages, I felt like she was alongside me...

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Initiate

Final Hours
By Carlos Velasquez

Initiate: Final Hours by Carlos Velasquez is a courageous and finely detailed autobiography of his three-year voluntary service in the United States Army during the Vietnam War. It includes his basic training, his one-year tour in the fighting, and the aftermath back Stateside. We first...

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Outside the Box

Science Fiction and Fantasy Stories Without End for Learning and Discussion
By Taylor Sapp

Outside the Box: Science Fiction and Fantasy Stories without End for Learning and Discussion by Taylor Sapp is a book you should have if you want to write in a creative, imaginative way. It is written for students and works like “writing prompts.” There is...

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Moment

Inspiring Our Youth to be Active Global Citizens
By Robert Abad

“When you look at the images of protests going on in a number of countries, you see young people leading the way. They’re demanding not just change, but attention and action.” Those are the well-formulated thoughts of Ariella Abad, age 12. She and her sister...

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Stormy Weather

By Ronaildo H. Timms

Stormy Weather by Ranaildo H. Timms is a short memoir of the author’s time in the Marine Corps. In the preface, the author claims not to be a writer but to know how to tell a story. We learn something about his high school days...

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Getting Out Of Debt: Money Management

You Cannot Afford to Wait Any Longer: Rich or Poor, 9 Simple Rules to Clear Your Debts Faster, Rebuild Your Credit
By Michael Steven

Experiencing debt not only affects your finances but also your physical and mental health. In today's society, many people find themselves trapped in a cycle of debt, whether it is from divorce, poor money management, an unforeseen medical crisis or addiction. For some, debt can...

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College, Covid, and Questions:

Tips and Advice for Incoming Freshmen, Undergraduates, Transfer Students, and Parents
By Suzy Beamer Bohnert

College, Covid, and Questions: Tips and Advice for Incoming Freshmen, Undergraduates, Transfer Students, and Parents is a practical guide for preparing for college and for life on (or living off) campus. The author, Suzy Beamer Bohnert, covers every conceivable topic relating to the college experience....

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The Rain May Pass

By Alan Shayne

The Rain May Pass is a nonfiction gay, coming of age memoir written by Alan Shayne. They had always gone to Cape Cod for the summer. It was something Alan remembered as an integral part of his life growing up. The small house in the...

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