Non-Fiction - Cultural

The 1-Hour Van Gogh Book

Complete Van Gogh Biography for Beginners (Secrets of Van Gogh)
By Liesbeth Heenk

Dutch Post-Impressionist artist Vincent Van Gogh (1853-1890) is considered to be one of the best known and most influential painters in twentieth- and twenty-first century art. His art mirrored his troubled soul, revealing a deeper perspective in the images he transformed on canvas. He was...

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No Country to Call Home

My Journey with 44 Million
By Wali Kanani

No Country to Call Home: My Journey with 44 Million by Wali Kanani is a non-fiction book on the history of the Kurdish people. No Country to Call Home is a historical account of the Kurds since ancient times and starts with a brief introduction...

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Native American Philosophy

A Historical & Regional Overview
By Robert Harrison Woolston

Native American Philosophy: A Historical & Regional Overview is written by Robert Harrison Woolston. Woolston opens his work with a discussion of the migratory patterns of the Paleoamericans, the first people who came across the Bering land bridge from Asia. He differentiates between the Amerindians,...

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Sail Cowabunga!

A Family's Ten Years at Sea
By Janis Couvreux

Sail Cowabunga! A Family's Ten Years at Sea is a nonfiction travel memoir written by Janis Couvreux. Couvreux had inherited a taste for adventure from her dad, who would regale the family with his tales about life as a student in Switzerland after serving in...

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Harlem Bible

In The Beginning
By Grant Harper Reid

In the spirit of James Baldwin’s The Fire Next Time, Grant Harper Reid’s Harlem Bible: In the Beginning is a memorable offering that helps readers rediscover the soul and spirit of black culture in Harlem. In this spellbinding autobiography, the author relives wonderful and touching...

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Water Monsters South of the Border

By Denver Michaels

Water Monsters South of the Border by Denver Michaels dives into the fascinating field of Cryptozoology by examining the folklore and myths surrounding lake monsters in the Caribbean, Central and South America, and Mexico. Various reported sightings, theories, and all the possibilities behind these supposed...

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The Chocolate Pilgrim

A Journey to Self-discovery and Transformation on the Camino de Santiago
By Marie Maccagno

The Chocolate Pilgrim: A Journey to Self-Discovery and Transformation on the Camino de Santiago by Marie Maccagno is a beautifully written, emotionally intense, and intimately personal account of a month-long trek across Spain by Maccagno, her husband, and their adult son in the spring of...

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The Danish Secrets of Happiness
By Maya Thoresen

So many of us are in a rat race, a rat race with an uncertain future and an undefined past. We barely stop to catch a breath as the world around us urges us on. Fast, distracted and exhausted are words that are familiar to...

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Ten Cultures, Twenty Lives

Refugee Life Stories
By Daina Jurika-Owen

Ten Cultures, Twenty Lives: Refugee Life Stories by Daina Jurika-Owen is a powerful book that explores a socio-political phenomenon — the refugee problem. In this spellbinding, eye-opening book, the author shares the lives of refugees who, after numerous tribulations and gruesome experiences, arrive in the...

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I've Seen You

A Collection of Short Stories
By Luca Favaro

Eight poignant short stories are set in the small town of Treviso, in northern Italy, near Venice. The author describes this charming town as being beautiful, with a high quality of life. It is filled with ancient buildings and surrounded by a medieval wall. In...

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