Kissing Frogs and Other Short Stories

By Theodosia Greene

Theodosia Greene kissed a “frawg” in the Caribbean. The author of Kissing Frogs and Other Short Stories drew inspiration for her book from this memory and other international experiences. Her collection of memories from England, France, Fiji, and other countries is interspersed with highly original...

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Kiboko Projects

Art, Education, and Cultural Exchange Projects
By Mark Scheflen, Jill Raufman

Kiboko Projects is an umbrella for several cultural exchange projects that spans the three continents of Africa, Russia, and North America. Since 1999, the organization has developed and expanded its program with Mark Scheflen as the Artistic Director and Jill Raufman as Executive Director....

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King Tut Unclassified Deluxe Edition

More Stories and More Photos
By Marc Jr Caron

Myriads of legends and myths have developed around the Egyptian Pharaoh, King Tutankhamun - better known as King Tut. Marc Jr Caron examines his life in his excellent book King Tut Unclassified Deluxe Edition: More Stories and More Photos, in which he introduces the reader...

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Kiss My Mike

By Mike Talplacido

Kiss My Mike by Mike Talplacido is a no-holds-barred, frank memoir of the exploration of a young man’s sexuality both in the country of his birth, the Philippines, and later in the United States. Mike was the second child of a working-class family in the...

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Keep Walking, Your Heart Will Catch Up

A Camino de Santiago Journey
By Cathay O. Reta

Keep Walking: Your Heart Will Catch Up by Cathay O. Reta chronicles the author's journey to Camino de Santiago after she lost her husband David. It is a 483-mile trail across Northern Spain and the Cathedral in Santiago de Compostela is one of the three...

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Kong Boys

Seven Friends from Hong Kong Take on Eleven European Cities for Their Thirtieth Birthdays
By Gerald Yeung

Kong Boys: Seven Friends from Hong Kong Take on Eleven European Cities for Their Thirtieth Birthdays by Gerald Yeung is an interesting non-fiction book for travel fans. The author introduces readers to his four childhood friends and explores their friendship over the years, a journey...

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Kirtan

The Art and Ecstasy of Chanting
By Divya Prabha

Discover the joy of chanting in the entrancing spiritual book, Kirtan: The Art and Ecstasy of Chanting by Divya Prabha. Chanting is as ancient as the earth, yet many are unaware of its powerful healing benefits. Explore ways to cleanse negative thoughts, unhealthy habits, and...

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Kitchen Witch

Halloween Recipes for Kids
By Russell Dorn

Halloween is supposed to be fun. Spooky, yes, but also fun. Dressing up in weird costumes and eating all kinds of goodies. How about making some delectable treats and throwing a very haunting Halloween party? All you need is a little creativity, a sense of...

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Korean Slang

As Much as a Rat's Tail - An irreverent look at Language within Culture
By Peter Liptak, Siwoo Lee

As Much as a Rat's Tail: Korean Slang is an irreverent guide to the way young Koreans really speak. I learned Korean from a textbook. I guess that’s not a bad place to start, and if you want to learn a language you have to...

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Kauai Stories

By Pamela Varma Brown

Aloha. Do you know what Aloha means? According to Phil Villatora in Kauai Stories by Pamela Varma Brown, it has several meanings, from taking time to be present with someone to taking a deep breath to enjoying your life. Phil is one of the many...

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