Newcomers in an Ancient Land

Adventures, Love, and Seeking Myself in 1960s Israel
By Paula Wagner

Newcomers in an Ancient Land: Adventures, Love, and Seeking Myself in 1960s Israel by Paula Wagner is a moving, powerful memoir about finding who you are in your life and finding the strength to be your own person. Traveling was in Paula's blood from an...

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Navigating Life's Journey

Common Sense in Uncommon Times
By Richard V. Battle

Navigating Life's Journey: Common Sense in Uncommon Times by Richard V. Battle is a solid, inspirational guide to managing your life. This book comes at just the right time--when life seems uncertain for some, the future unclear. Which path do you take? How do you...

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Norway to Washougal

An Unusual History Book Inspired by Homesteaders Anna and Engel Engelsen
By Susan Tripp

Norway to Washougal: An Unusual History Book Inspired by Homesteaders Anna and Engel Engelsen is a work of non-fiction in the world heritage, history, and culture sub-genres, and was penned by author Susan Tripp. Looking into the author’s own past and ancestral family life as...

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Not Afraid to Fall

By Brian Hall

Not Afraid to Fall by Brian Hall comprises nine chapters of faith, strength, and courage in a man who simply did not want to give up. When Brian Hall saw the early signs of Parkinson's disease, he was just 14 years old. It was at...

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Nancer the Dancer

Myositis and Me
By Judith Adrian

Nancer the Dancer: Myositis and Me is a work of non-fiction in the health and medical experience and personal memoir sub-genres, and was penned by author Judith Gwinn Adrian. As the title suggests, the work focuses on the condition of a person called Nancy, whose...

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Never Stop Asking, Discovering and Sharing

By Herbert I. Burns

Never Stop Asking, Discovering, and Sharing by Herbert I. Burns Jr. is an engaging book that will encourage readers to learn from the stories of others and how they have transformed their lives through the constant acts of asking, discovering, and sharing. The book gives...

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NewBee

Cross-Pollinate Your Life, Create Your Future
By Ernesto Mandowsky

NewBee: Cross-Pollinate Your Life, Create Your Future by Ernesto Mandowsky is a thought-provoking memoir that gives insights on how to apply good ideas to specific situations and how the lessons learned from parents, tutors, and self-help books can be interpreted. The book is about cross-pollination...

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Native Places

Drawing as a Way to See
By Frank Harmon

Native Places: Drawing as a Way to See by Frank Harmon is a fascinating book that will give a new perspective on the places we come from and the lives we lead. The author helps us realize that home is just not the place we...

Natural Healing Techniques

Get Well & Stay Well With Asian Bio-Energetic Therapy
By Joanne Klepal

Get Well & Stay Well With Asian Bio-Energetic Therapy is the sub-title of Joanne Klepal's book, Natural Healing Techniques. Who doesn't want to 'get well and stay well'? Good health is the number one requirement for success and happiness in virtually every aspect of life....

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Never Say I Can't

(...After Stroke)
By Philip Catshill

Humorous, poignant, and downright hilarious, this memoir begins with the most intriguing question: “When these people turn up at the police stations, hospitals or even at the local library complaining ‘I’ve lost my memory,’ why doesn’t someone ask, ‘How do you know?’” Former British police...

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