Days of Refugee

One of the World’s Known Lost Boys of Sudan
By Nathaniel Nyok

Days of Refugee: One of the World’s Known Lost Boys of Sudan is a riveting and inspirational autobiography by Nathaniel Chol Nyok, a Dinka “Lost Boy” survivor of the Second Sudanese Civil War (1987–2005). At the age of eight, Nyok fled war-torn South Sudan after...

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Diary of the Dragon's Daughter

Painting as a Window into Chinese History
By BiLan Liao

Diary of the Dragon's Daughter: Painting as a Window into Chinese History by BiLan Liao is her autobiography from growing up in China during Mao Zedong's Cultural Revolution to resettling in the US. She is an extraordinary artist, with achievements in painting, photography, fashion...

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Daddy's Curse 3

The Birth of A Monster (True stories of child slavery survivors)
By Luke. G. Dahl

If you’ve read the first two books in this series by Luke. G. Dahl, you will remember the pedophile Bat Erdene, a wealthy child and drug trafficker whom you met, and most likely loathed in Daddy’s Curse 2. Well, now, in the final book of...

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Daddy's Curse 2

A Young Boy Who Has Survived Child Slavery Remembers… (True stories of child slavery survivors Book)
By Luke. G. Dahl

When I received a request from Luke G. Dahl, author of Daddy’s Curse 2 to review his second book on child trafficking in Mongolia, China and Thailand, I didn’t hesitate to select it once it became available. I hadn’t forgotten how hard his first book,...

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Dear Willy, The True Story of a Life Well Lived

By Claire Ohlsson Geheb

Dear Willy, The True Story of a Life Well Lived is a real life biographic memoir penned by author Claire Ohlsson Geheb. Delving back into her own family history, Geheb explores the life and times of Willy Oswald Geheb, a German American immigrant who sought...

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Dear Prudence

The Story Behind the Song
By Prudence Farrow Bruns

Dear Prudence: The Story Behind the Song by Prudence Farrow Bruns is a personal memoir about growing up with an exceptional family ensconced in the 1940s-1950s Hollywood lifestyle up through the culture of the 1960s and beyond. Most importantly, it is the personal growth of...

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Dear Debt

A Story About Breaking Up With Debt
By Melanie Lockert

"You're a selfish lover. You always come first and have no interest in my needs." No, that isn't a line from a romance novel, but an insightful quote from a letter found in Dear Debt: A Story About Breaking Up With Debt by Melanie Lockert,...

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Dean Dixon

Negro at Home, Maestro Abroad (African American Cultural Theory and Heritage)
By Rufus Jones Jr.

Dean Dixon: Negro at Home, Maestro Abroad by Rufus Jones Jr. is the biography of the first Black American to lead the New York Philharmonic and NBC Symphony orchestras in 1941. Rufus begins by tracing the family of Henry Charles Dixon from the closing years...

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Dreamscape

Real Dreams Really Make a Difference
By Martha Cinader

Dreamscape: Real Dreams Really Make a Difference by Martha Cinader is a dramatic collection of narrative and poetry meant to inspire young people to reach their aspirations, no matter what the obstacles. Covering famous inventors, such as Tesla and Einstein, Cinader brings their struggles alive...

Defining Pearl

...a precious difference
By Pearl Matibe

Defining Pearl is indeed a pearl of great price. The memoir of Pearl Matibe is written by an extraordinary woman who was a part of the political opposition to a dictator in Zimbabwe and lived to tell about it. In an attempt to define who...

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