To the Moon and Back

A Childhood Under the Influence
By Lisa Kohn

To the Moon and Back: A Childhood Under the Influence by Lisa Kohn is a gritty memoir of abuse. At an early age, Lisa was exposed to abuse, including cocaine, even received from a judge. It just seemed natural for a child who had no...

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Twins Found in a Box

Adapting to Adoption
By Janine Vance

Twins Found in a Box: Adapting to Adoption by Janine Vance is a spellbinding memoir that chronicles the experience of adopted twins. Jenette and Janine are adopted from Seoul, South Korea by American parents. In this book, the author explores the atmosphere in their...

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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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The Search for Mother Missing

A Peek Inside International Adoption
By Janine Vance

The Search for Mother Missing by Janine Vance tells the story of international trans-racial adoptees Janine and Jenette Vance who grew up, despite the prejudice, believing they were fully American. It’s only at the age of 25 that they discover they have got green cards,...

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Girls Can Be Cowboys Too!

Snakes in the attic, wildfire and "If you don't have a dog, use a cat"
By Rose Miller

Girls Can Be Cowboys Too by Rose Miller is a collection of real and honest stories from women who open up about their experiences dealing with country life. A few share their experiences as cowboys, but all are connected through their work with animals, ranch...

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Little Girl Crying

My life-long struggle with anorexia nervosa and the prayer that saved my life
By Belinda Rose

Little Girl Crying by Belinda Rose is a poignant memoir that follows the pain of the author and her journey towards healing. Hurt deeply and abused at home as a child, bullied in school, and raped by someone she loved and trusted, Belinda found herself...

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The King and Mrs. Simpson

The True Story of the Commoner Who Captured The Heart of A King
By Erin Schulz

The story of the original Duke and Duchess of Windsor, the former King Edward VIII, is one of utmost love and devotion. It is a story filled with tragedy and yet, with a strong desire never to give up what is most important in life;...

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The Bones of Pleiku

Send 'em home or send me back
By John Michael Hanzlik

The Bones of Pleiku: Send ‘em home or send me back is a real life memoir as recalled by author John Michael Hanzlik. As the author is a veteran of the Vietnam war, this semi-historical account actually takes place mostly in the nineties when John...

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Holocaust Memoirs of a Bergen-Belsen Survivor & Classmate of Anne Frank

By Nanette Blitz Konig

Holocaust Memoirs of a Bergen-Belsen Survivor & Classmate of Anne Frank by Nanette Blitz Konig will give you a new view into the world at the time of the Holocaust as the Jews were targeted by the Germans. After being asked a question by her...

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Firsts

Coming Of Age Stories By People With Disabilities
By Belo Miguel Cipriani

Firsts: Coming Of Age Stories By People With Disabilities is a nonfiction anthology edited by Belo Miguel Ciperiani. Ciperiani lost his vision when he was 27. He grew up looking forward to his weekly trip to the library where he would pick up a new...

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