Time for the World to Learn From Africa

Hearing Others' Voices
By Ruth Finnegan

Time for the World to Learn From Africa: Hearing Others’ Voices is a work of educational non-fiction intended for students and young people, penned by author and academic Ruth Finnegan. Taking a break from her scholarly work, Finnegan delves deep into the heritage, culture, art...

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Football Flyboy

By Lisa Reinicke

Football Flyboy is a collection of non-fiction materials compiled by author Lisa Reinicke which chronicles the life of a single person: Bill “Buster” Cannon, the flyboy of the work’s title. In this audiobook format, the content is performed by the author, Lisa Reinicke, and also...

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A Study of Household Spirits of Eastern Europe

Spirits and Creatures Series
By Ronesa Aveela

A Study of Household Spirits of Eastern Europe by Ronesa Aveela is the first book in the Spirits and Creatures series. Taken from tales originating as Christian and pagan, Aveela compiles a collection of nine influential spirits: Kikimora, Domovoi, Stopan, Talasum, Smok, Bannik, Ovinnik, Dvorovoi,...

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Walking The Razor's Edge

The Dutchman and The Baron
By Tommy and Hilde Wilkens

Walking The Razor's Edge: The Dutchman and The Baron is a nonfiction history/true crime book written by Tommy and Hilde Wilkens. The hero of this historical drama is the Dutch journalist Willem Oltmans, who dedicated ten years of his life to untangling the complicated...

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I Remember New Orleans and Other Treasures

By Gerry Lites Watkins

The stories contained in I Remember New Orleans and Other Treasures read like vignettes or cultural and historical time capsules. In the first story, the author, Gerry Lites Watkins, shares memories of her early years in New Orleans while living with an aunt. Another one...

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Ciao! We're in Africa

By Marisa Parker

Ciao! We're in Africa is a nonfiction biography written by Marisa Parker, which is the sequel to her first book, Goodbye to Italia, that narrated the early lives of the author’s parents; Maria, known as Iucci, and Eugenio Piergiovanni. Her father had fought in the...

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Holy Grounds

The Surprising Connection between Coffee and Faith - From Dancing Goats to Satan's Drink
By Tim Schenck

Do you know the origin story of coffee? Where did it come from? How did it get to Europe, or the Americas, or the Far East? What part does coffee play as an intersection of Muslim, Jewish, and Christian faiths? How was coffee involved in...

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When I Return....

Letters from a World War II soldier to his sweetheart on his journey from Baltimore to the Pacific and back
By Allen H. Nauss

When I Return… by Allen Nauss is a captivating story told solely with letters written by Nauss to his fiancée during his time in the U.S. Army during WWII. This is a love story, a comedy, a history, and, most of all, a glimpse into...

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A Holocaust Memoir of Love & Resilience

Mama's Survival from Lithuania to America
By Ettie Zilber

A Holocaust Memoir of Love & Resilience is a compelling book written by Dr. Ettie Zilber, the daughter of the story’s heroine, Zlata. We relive Zlata’s horrific ordeal during the Nazi invasion, her almost miraculous survival, and her reunification with what family remained. She leads...

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East Africa, 1960's - By Camera and Diary

By Donald R Adams

East Africa, 1960's - By Camera and Diary by Donald R Adams is the memoir of a teacher who served as an education officer in Tanganyika in the early years of the country’s independence, a wonderful blend of historical non-fiction, travel, and adventure. Camping, hunting,...

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