Are We There Yet?

Travelling more responsibly with your children
By Rachel Dodds & Richard Butler

Are We There Yet? by Rachel Dodds and Richard Butler echoes the many times parents have heard their children ask that very question. Traveling with children of all ages can be a challenge, but it can also be an educational and engaging experience for both...

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Explore & Color San Francisco Chinatown

Coloring Book & Cultural Guide
By Bibi LeBlanc

Chinatown in San Francisco is an important site that exhibits the history and culture of Chinese immigrants in the United States. Nowadays it is a recognized tourist destination because of its restaurants and other attractions. It is also a way to learn a little more...

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A Changed America

A brief study of how American life has changed during the last few years.
By Kevy Argy

Born in India, Kevy Argy, in A Changed America, details the changes he has observed since arriving in the USA in 1986. He shares in a frank manner what he sees as the cause of the changes and if they have been good or not...

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Echoes from Wuhan

By Gretchen Dykstra

Echoes from Wuhan depicts the immersive story of a young American woman who traveled to Wuhan for a teaching job. At the time she left for China, Gretchen Dykstra was one of the 100 Americans the Chinese hired to teach English in colleges around the...

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Evolution Continues

A Human-Computer Partnership
By William Meisel

What role does technology play in human evolution? Will technology replace humans and result in more unemployment and poverty? Will technology make education more accessible to a larger population? If you have similar questions to these, read on. Evolution Continues: A Human-Computer Partnership explores technology...

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100 Love Notes to my HBCU Students

From Your Mama Professor
By Sabrina Taylor

100 Love Notes to my HBCU Students: From your Mama Professor by Sabrina Taylor et al. is a compilation of some of Dr. Taylor's best question and answer quips between herself and her students as a professor at Coppin State University in Baltimore, Maryland, an...

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Plus-Size

A Memoir of Pop Culture, Fatphobia, and Social Change
By Mekdela

Mekdela tackles society’s views on plus-size people and campaigns for body positivity in Plus-Size: A Memoir of Pop Culture, Fatphobia, and Social Change. This book is an essay collection that analyzes and gives important insight into fatphobia, its psychological effects on the people scorned, the...

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Short Suspects

Lost, Forgotten, and Neglected American Mystery Stories and Where to Find Them
By Martin Ross

“A man with a strange, unbelievable past; a man who gives few clues to his identity. If the scant information about him is to be believed, Simon Ark is close to two thousand years old.” Now there’s a tail spinner of a character description. In...

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Uncolonized Latinas

Transforming Our Mindsets And Rising Together
By Valeria Aloe

Uncolonized Latinas: Transforming Our Mindsets and Rising Together is a work of non-fiction in the women's writing and cultural issues subgenres. It is suitable for the general reading audience and was penned by author Valeria Aloe. The book is an analysis of the Latina way...

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Americana

A Photographic Journey
By Mathew Tekulsky

That a picture is worth a thousand words is a truism that cannot be denied. In Americana: A Photographic Journey, Mathew Tekulsky has gathered 125 images from across America. Each photo has a story to tell. For example, the photograph of Nathan’s Original at Coney...

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