Accidental Activist

Justice for the Groveland Four
By Josh Venkataraman and Barbara Venkataraman

Accidental Activist: Justice For The Groveland Four by Josh Venkataraman and Barbara Venkataraman is about a case in 1949, in Groveland, Florida, where a white 17-year-old young woman had falsely accused four young African-American men of rape. In 2015, Josh, a 21-year-old University of Florida...

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A Gift from the Enemy

A True Story of Escape in War-time Italy
By Enrico Lamet

A Gift From the Enemy (A True Story of Escape in War-time Italy) by Enrico Lamet takes the reader into the author's boyhood during the hard and perilous times of World War II. Born to a Jewish mother and father, Lamet started his life with...

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Are You Ready?

The story of a runaway girl and a persistent God.
By Felecia Clarke

Are You Ready? The Story of a Runaway Girl and a Persistent God by Felecia Clarke is a coming of age memoir that chronicles the author's journey with God. As a Christian, Felecia never believed that following God required some form of disciplined. She enjoyed...

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Abandoned in Hell

The Fight For Vietnam's Firebase Kate
By William Albracht, Marvin Wolf

I have read a lot of books about war, from ancient battles to the present. I like them maybe because I am a veteran myself. But none has moved me, none has taken me there and made me as proud to be an American fighting...

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America Deconstructed

By Chaithanya Sohan, Shaima Adin

America Deconstructed by Chaithanya Sohan and Shaima Adin is filled with real-life stories from professionals who have worked with immigrants to help them with their social competence. In this book, the authors explore what the American dream meant for the people in the stories and...

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A Last Survivor of the Orphan Trains

A Memoir
By William Walters and Victoria Golden

A Last Survivor of the Orphan Trains is a work of memoir non-fiction penned by co-authors William Walters and Victoria Golden. This inspiring tale takes a deep and personal look into the life of William Walters, who was one of the thousands of orphans loaded...

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An Invisible Child

A True Story of Hope for Victims of Abuse
By Lenore Ossen

In the introduction to An Invisible Child: A True Story of Hope for Victims of Abuse, Lenore Ossen writes: “This is a true story. This is my story. This is about a child who grew up in a lonely, isolated world with a mother who...

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A Victim's Victory

By Vachelle Jemison

A Victim's Victory by Vachelle Jemison is the story of a woman who survived the worst that life had to offer and still came out of it victorious. A non-fiction account that speaks to the hearts of readers, the narrative is heartbreaking and powerful at...

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A Rubber Face with a Stripper's Name

By Katja Berg

A memoir that brilliantly explores women’s issues, A Rubber Face with a Stripper's Name by Katja Berg is both hilarious and utterly touching, a tale of motherhood, womanhood, and family, laced with powerful lessons for self-growth and parenting. The first shock was getting pregnant. The...

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Audience as Performer

The Changing Role of Theatre Audiences in the Twenty-First Century
By Caroline Heim

A lot has changed from decades ago in how audiences react and respond to live performances, whether it's at a concert or a play; they even react differently when watching a movie in a theatre, or TV show, or even sitting in church. Audiences are...

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