Wonderful Winding Words

By François Pialat

Apart from knowing and understanding yourself, it's essential that you can effectively connect with others. Why? You don't live in this world alone, right? To give you a head start, begin with Wonderful Winding Words by François Pialat. In this simple comprehensive book, you'll be...

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When You’re A Jet [West Side Story]

A Dancer’s Extraordinary, Ordinary Life
By David Bean

When You’re a Jet [West Side Story]—A Dancer’s Extraordinary, Ordinary Life by David Bean is the story of one of the cast members of the original film version of West Side Story. Author David Bean played one of the Jets, who was called Tiger. He...

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Wisdom

Now and Always
By Miguel Mendonça

Wisdom: Now and Always is penned by author Miguel Mendonça and narrated by W. D. Carney. The author tackles the age-old question: what is wisdom, and how do you gauge it? Wisdom to you would mean something completely different to me, which is why it...

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Who Am I

A Poetic Journey
By William Fredrick

Who Am I: A Poetic Journey by William Fredrick is a poetic journey through the life of an African American man on a quest for love in all its forms, from family love to self-love to love of knowledge and beyond. But along the way...

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Women: Down Through the Ages

How Lies Have Shaped Our Lives
By Jerry Schaefer

I was truly unsure about Women: Down Through the Ages, How Lies Have Shaped Our Lives by Jerry Schaefer. A book about women and their plights written by a man? Surely this is going to be a disaster. I am ecstatic to say that I...

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Walk With Me, My Son

You and I Have Some Stories to Tell
By Richard Asmet Awid

Walk With Me, My Son: You and I Have Some Stories to Tell by Richard Asmet Awid is a look into the Lebanese migration to North America more than a century ago from a personal perspective. The author's father, Ehmid Alley Awid Amerey, was 19...

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Welcome Back to Abuja Once Again

How I Became a Citizen of the World
By Carol J. Yee

So what is a citizen of the world? According to author Carol J. Yee in her book Welcome Back to Abuja Once Again: How I Became a Citizen of the World, it is a citizen who engages comfortably with the world, bridging cultural differences with...

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Why The White Man Rules

(an apology)
By Nathaniel Leonard Jackson, Jr.

From the beginning of time, the white man has invaded and overthrown countries across the world. Throughout history, they have dominated every corner of society with power and subjugation, whether that is by their birthright or talents. The white man has ventured across the world...

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Why the Samurai Lost Japan

A Study in Miscalculation and Folly
By John D Beatty

Why the Samurai Lost Japan: A Study in Miscalculation and Folly, co-authored by John D. Beatty and Lee A. Rochwerger, tells the history of the samurai class and fighting spirit from the 1100s to the end of the Second World War, with particular focus on...

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Walking and Wheeling Tales

By Maureen T Corrigan

The year 2020 has been a tough year for all of us, especially those who harbor a never-ending wanderlust. Yet, the lockdown gave us a perfect opportunity to pause our frantic lives and look back fondly at happy and cherished memories. In Walking and Wheeling...

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