The Girl Who Loved Elton John and the Little Boy on the Moon

By Tina Jenkins

In The Girl Who Loved Elton John and the Little Boy on the Moon, Tina Jenkins has written a most wonderful book through the eyes of the person whose life it is. Writing a book like this takes the art of understanding and insight to...

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Threads of Awakening

An American Woman's Journey into Tibet's Sacred Textile Art
By Leslie Rinchen-Wongmo

Thangkas are a rare form of fabric wall hanging depicting sacred figures of Tibetan Buddhism. Using a little-known technique called Tibetan applique, these detailed images are created by sewing together pieces of colorful silk. Leslie Rinchen-Wongmo is one of few Westerners who has mastered this...

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The Juror Rejudges the Trial

The Juror and the General 35 years later
By M. Patricia Roth

The Juror Rejudges the Trial: The Juror and the General 35 Years Later is the new edition of the book that M. Patricia Roth published a few decades ago. She was a jury member in the Westmoreland vs. CBS trial, which lasted 18 weeks and...

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The Shell and the Octopus

A Memoir
By Rebecca Stirling

In The Shell and the Octopus: A Memoir, author Rebecca Stirling has written one of the most soul-searching books about how parents can influence their children and the paths that they take in life. This book takes the reader on a journey, showing how parents...

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The Male Nurse Survival Guide

By Chris Lengle

Chris Lengle introduces The Male Nurse Survival Guide as “a real, no-b[…]-s[…] survival guide” (elisions my own) to the world of nursing. As he notes, “[t]his is the raw, real, and uncensored guide to surviving as a male nurse” in the United States. As such,...

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The Strength of Silk

Living a Life of Grace & Gratitude
By Lakysha Laing

The Strength of Silk by Lakysha Laing is a non-fiction story filled with the author's struggles in her life. First, she had to go into foster care and deal with the grief of losing her twin sister. Then, she struggled as a black woman in...

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The Pet Doctor's Shoes

True Tales from the Trenches of Veterinary Medicine
By Phil Caldwell

The Pet Doctor’s Shoes: True Tales from the Trenches of Veterinary Medicine by Dr. Phil Caldwell is a funny and occasionally emotional collection of stories about being a veterinarian. Dr. Phil regales readers with multiple tales in his twenty-six years of practicing veterinarian medicine. From...

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The Soul of Adolescence Aligns with the Heart of Democracy

Orphans, Rebels and Civic Lovers Unite
By Alfred H. Kurland

The Soul of Adolescence Aligns with the Heart of Democracy: Orphans, Rebels and Civic Lovers Unite by Alfred H. Kurland is a non-fiction memoir and study in which the author uses their personal and professional experiences to deliver a solid behaviorism analysis of youth, and...

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The Looking-Glass Voyage

Memoirs of a Pakistani Surgeon
By Tariq Khan

The Looking-Glass Voyage: Memoirs of a Pakistani Surgeon is a work of non-fiction in the autobiographical and cultural writing subgenres. It is best suited to the general adult reading audience and was penned by author Tariq Khan. As the title suggests, the work focuses on...

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The Wolcott Circus

By Michael Snarr

Youthful days are filled with new experiences and discoveries, which usually stick with us for the rest of our lives. Michael Snarr's openness to experiencing new adventures and being part of a cause led him to join the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity of the University...

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