Non-Fiction - Autobiography

Helene

True Story of a German Girl's Resilience Growing Up During World War II
By Helga Long, Helene Witzmann

Helene: True Story of a German Girl's Resilience Growing Up During World War II by Helga Long and Helene Witzmann is a non-fiction memoir detailing the life of a young girl in Germany during the early decades of the twentieth century through World War II....

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Autobiography of An American Teacher

By D.J. Wright

Autobiography of An American Teacher by D.J. Wright is a book that asks a hard question about American education, a powerful reflection from an education expert: What is it that makes American education ineffective? The author of this book doesn’t waste time in answering the...

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Confessions of a Good Kid

By William Fogg

Confessions of a Good Kid by William Fogg is a hilarious adventure of a carefree, delightful childhood and the thrills of early youth. It is an autobiography that takes readers on a rollicking ride with the author through his mischief and adventures in the company...

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Never A $7 Wh*re

A Bootstrap Success Story About Determination in the Face of Overwhelming Odds (The $7 Series Book 1)
By Toni Crowe

Never A $7 Wh*re: My Journey from a Lady of The Night to the Lady of the Boardroom is a nonfiction memoir written by Toni Crowe. When she was eighteen years old, Toni left her home and family in Chicago to move to Cleveland with...

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Music to My Years, Life and Love Between the Notes

By Artie Kane, Marian Blue, JoAnn Kane

Music to My Years, Life and Love Between the Notes is a nonfiction memoir as told by Artie Kane to Marian Blue and JoAnn Kane. Artie Kane was a musical prodigy who began taking piano lessons when he was three and a half years old....

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War Nightmares

By Michael Montero

War Nightmares by Michael Montero is a memoir set in Madrid, Spain, in the midst of the bloody Spanish Civil War from 1936 to 1939. A seven-year-old boy is thrust into the struggle between the right-wing Nationals and the ruling left-wing Republican government that...

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Memoir of a Schizophrenic

Mental Health
By Karl Lorenz Willett

Memoir of a Schizophrenic by Karl Lorenz Willett is a compelling read with a strong appeal for fans of memoirs that explore the minds of those with mental illnesses. In this memoir, the author takes readers on a journey through schizophrenia. Written for his family,...

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Spirits of the Wilderness

By Keith M. Sheehan

Spirits of the Wilderness is a nonfiction autobiography written by Keith M. Sheehan. Sheehan’s dad was a Nassau County Police Captain who taught firearms safety to the new recruits in the Police Academy. He also instilled in both of his sons an interest in, and...

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Paid to Live the Dream

A Seafarer's Tale of Life Afloat
By Anthony Edwards

Paid to Live the Dream: A Seafarer's Tale of Life Afloat contains a series of Anthony Edwards’ fascinating accounts as he leaves his family behind for the more colorful and riveting life of a seafarer. Born in Gravesend, England, Edwards had a difficult childhood. When...

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The Wrong Side of the Room

A Life in Music Theater
By Norman Mathews

The Wrong Side of the Room: A Life in Music Theater by Norman Mathews is an autobiography chronicling the author's life as he transitions from a confusing and often abusive childhood, born in a sleet of uncertainty (literally, as it turns out). Masked by imagination...

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