The Girl Immigrant

By Patricia Ruiz Steele

The Girl Immigrant by Patricia Ruiz Steele is a wonderful biography of the author's family, specifically Manuela, the author's grandmother. Manuela's family comes from Spain, and they were promised a new life, education for their children, homes and jobs, if they immigrated to Hawaii to...

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The Last Days of Adam

The True Story of Adam Czerniakow: A Play
By Tim Dalgleish

The Last Days of Adam by Tim Dalgleish takes place during the Holocaust, and not only demonstrates the role of Adam Czerniakow as helping the Jewish population of Poland in his role as Chairman of the Judenrat, but effectively follows the terrible decline of Poland...

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The Giggling Boy

By Ra Lynn LoneWalker

The Giggling Boy by Ra Lynn LoneWalker chronicles one of the most horrific times in US history. Native American children were ripped from the bosoms of their families to be “educated” in mission schools. What awaited them was not standard education, but the experience of...

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The Magna Carta Story

The Layman's Guide
By Mrs Ann Marie Thomas

The Magna Carta Story: The Layman's Guide by author Ann Marie Thomas is a well-researched history book. This is evidenced by the long list of references in the bibliography. The appendix contains a full translation of the Magna Carta from the British Library website. In...

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Theory of Irony

How Jesus Led to Moon Golf
By Erik Von Norden

Theory of Irony: How Jesus Led to Moon Golf by Erik Von Norden is a book covering the history of Christianity in conjunction with the history of the Roman Empire, carrying readers through some key moments, such as historical and biblical facts around Christ’s birth...

Tahiti Handbook of Gauguin

By Jean-Louis Saquet

Do we really need another book about the famous French painter, Paul Gauguin? Author Jean-Louis Saquet asks that very question in his introduction. "Everything has been written about Gauguin and his work, so why start again?" the author begins. Why indeed. But, whilst Gauguin has...

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The Assassination of Michael Collins:

What Happened at Béal na mBláth?
By S M Sigerson

While a lover of history, anthropology, and criminalistics, the story of Michael Collins was one I was only vaguely acquainted with before reading SM Sigerson's The Assassination of Michael Collins. The book's description is what first caught my attention. I greatly enjoyed reading the book....

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The Tears of Olive Trees

An Autobiographic Story Featuring Poems From Mahmoud Darwish
By AbdulKarim Al Makadma

The Tears of Olive Trees: An Autobiographic Story Featuring Poems From Mahmoud Darwish is a non-fiction memoir written by AbdulKarim Al Makadma, with illustrations by Rawya M. Wadi. The author was born and grew up in a refugee camp in Gaza. His family was uprooted...

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The Demons of the Wisemen

By Barbara Grover

The Demons of the Wisemen is a work of historical fiction by Barbara Grover. Capturing the American spirit of the twenties and thirties of the twentieth century, the action of this novel follows the trials and tribulations of the Wiseman family. The novel is based...

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The Biggest Picture

From the Formation of Atoms to the Emergence of Societies
By Wendy Curtis

The Biggest Picture: From the Big Bang to the Development of the Big Bang Theory by Wendy Curtis presents the scientific community’s best theories about major events, from the Big Bang until present times. Beginning with the Big Bang and the creation of the simplest...

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