The Survival of the Richest

An Analysis of the Relationship between the Sciences of Biology, Economics, Finance, and Survivalism
By Dr. Anthony M. Criniti IV

Dr. Anthony M. Criniti IV’s The Survival of the Richest establishes a direct link between the art of survival and the sciences of biology, economics, and finance. From defining the concept of survival to explaining vital terminologies like life and death, the author clarifies with...

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The Great Healing

Five Compassions That Can Save Our World
By Stephen Erickson

The Great Healing: Five Compassions That Can Save Our World by Stephen Erickson with Wendell Berry, Joel Fuhrman, MD, Jo-Anne McArthur, and Alan Lewis is an insightful book that will inspire readers to find their voices and use them; find their courage and take their...

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The Secret of Plants in the ENVIRONMENT

By Rishikesh Upadhyay

The Secret of Plants in the Environment is a work of non-fiction that is focused on nature and environmental issues and was penned by author Rishikesh Upadhyay. Focused on aiding those who are working in, studying in, or aspire to know more about environmental science,...

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The Expedition

Two Parents Risk Life and Family in an Extraordinary Quest to the South Pole
By Chris Fagan

When Chris Fagan’s husband Marty suggested that they go to the South Pole, Chris’s first reaction was that of a mother, envisioning leaving her son behind for an extended time period. But eventually, the lure of the big adventure caught her imagination. Chris and Marty...

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The Lion's Wisdom

A Channeled Text Toward Awakening Human Consciousness (Embracing Our Oneness with Mother Earth)
By Uma Shankari

In the past decade, there has been a significant increase in the number of channeled books. The channeled spirit in this book is a wise lion, who shares his concerns about the current destruction of Mother Earth. By imparting timeless and relevant information, he encourages...

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The Marlin

A Couple, Their Boat, Fishing, an Improbable Strike
By Joseph Riden

If the incisiveness of short stories is as fascinating for you as it is for me, then you cannot resist Joseph Riden's The Marlin. This concise but very meaningful tale is not long, but it is remarkable both for its message and for the richness...

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Twigs in my Hair

A Gardening Memoir
By Cynthia Reyes

Twigs In My Hair: A Gardening Memoir is a work of non-fiction memoir, penned by author Cynthia Reyes, with accompanying photographs by Hamlin Grange. In a visual twist on the memoir genre, the author utilizes the gardens of her past and present to tell a...

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The Ethanol Papers

The Whole Story On Ethanol Fuel
By Marc J Rauch

The Ethanol Papers is an extensive and detailed work of non-fiction which was penned by author Marc J Rauch. Subtitled as ‘The Whole Story on Ethanol Fuel’, this informative and straight-talking narrative takes its readers through an economic, performance-related and environmental debate which has raged...

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Trespassing

When Nature Speaks Do We Listen?
By J.T. Blossom

Trespassing: When Nature Speaks Do We Listen? by J.T. Blossom is a collection of dramatic stories which throws light on the author's privileged American lifestyle and how it influenced his actions towards others and nature. It reveals his reverence for nature and speaks about the...

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The Humanure Handbook, 4th Edition

Shit in a Nutshell
By Joseph C. Jenkins

To some, it may be the worst subject to talk about but in fact, it creates the best fruits and vegetables. Have you tasted a tomato that has been grown in compost or filtered human waste, both used as fertilizers? Human waste, also known as...

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