Eboli to Brooklyn

One Way
By Francis J. and Denise T. Lodato

Eboli to Brooklyn: One Way by Francis J. Lodato and Denise T. Lodato is the authors' family memoir chronicling an immigration from Eboli, Italy to New York. The book begins with a little history and details of the planning and migration of the Lodatos as...

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The Secrets Behind the Structures

Little-Known Stories Behind Some Well-Known Landmarks
By John Reisinger

The Secrets Behind the Structures: Little-Known Stories Behind Some Well-Known Landmarks is a wonderful slant on history by engineer and author John Reisinger. Written for a wide audience and not just history aficionados, it’s a book that can be enjoyed by anyone. In fact, it...

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Where is Home?

How a Childhood in East Germany during World War II Shaped My Adult Life - 2nd Edition
By Anneros Valensi

Anneros Valensi's Where is Home? How a Childhood in East Germany during World War II Shaped My Adult Life - 2nd Edition is a poignant memoir about a little girl growing up amidst the turmoil of the Second World War. The place is Falkenau in...

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Land of My Birth

A Historical Sketch of the First Forty Years of the People's National Party of Jamaica
By Leroy E. Cooke

In Land of My Birth: A Historical Sketch of the First Forty Years of the People's National Party of Jamaica, Leroy E. Cooke, a patriot, revisits the history of his country and pens an engrossing narrative that showcases the journey of the first forty years...

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My Three Countries

A Journey from Privilege to Slavery to Freedom
By Anna Melgaard, Alice Melgaard Ard, Ellen Fredericks

My Three Countries: A Journey from Privilege to Slavery to Freedom by Anna Melgaard is a biography that is bold, charming, and thoughtful; a memoir of one woman’s journey from a privileged class to being stripped of everything and forcefully shipped with many others for...

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Six Weeks in Africa

By Grahame Elson

Six Weeks in Africa is a nonfiction collection of travel memoirs written by Grahame Elson. Elson and his partner travelled throughout Africa in a series of week-long adventures. They carefully planned much of their trips beforehand, including the hotels and tour packages they’d be using....

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American Justice on Trial

People v. Newton
By Lise Pearlman

American Justice on Trial: People v. Newton by Lise Pearlman presents the trial of Huey Newton in a cleverly constructed style, filling readers in on the drama, the jury selection, and the outcome of the trial. Besides focusing on the Newton trial, the author makes...

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Journey through the Island of Rügen

A Classical Journey
By Arthur Strohmeier

Journey through the Island of Rügen: A Classical Journey by Arthur Strohmeier is a fresh rendition, a translation of the work of Johann Jacob Grümbke published in 1803, and a work of adventure with hints of sociology. In a collection of twelve letters, Grümbke describes...

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Letters Lost then Found

By Amy L. Johnson

Letters Lost then Found by Amy L. Johnson is not just a book that explores the exchange of letters between two brothers during WWII, but is a revealing witness to what it was like to fly a supply and fighter aircraft. The book begins with...

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A Musician in the Great War

Diary of a WW1 Soldier
By Adolph Kuellmer, Joanne Kuellmer Franklin

A Musician in the Great War: Diary of a WW1 Soldier is a short volume of military historical non-fiction writing by authors Adolph Kuellmer and Joanne Kuellmer Franklin. Joanne is the granddaughter of Adolph, and has therefore taken on the role of compiling his personal...

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