Stealing Home

A Father, a Son, and the Road to the Perfect Game
By Ron Seybold

Stealing Home: A Father, a Son, and the Road to the Perfect Game is a nonfiction sports memoir written by Ron Seybold. Seybold’s anxiety was an inherited condition that wasn’t even considered a disorder or treatable at the time when he entered into his first...

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Sammy: Hero At Age Five

By M. Schmidt & G. D. Donley

Sammy, born the day before Easter in 1985, lived with his mother and brother Gene in a small town in Kansas. He lived the normal life of a little boy – riding his big wheels, playing with trucks, and running in the backyard. He loved...

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South America

Under the Skin of a Foreign Country
By Barbara M Webb

South America: Under The Skin of a Foreign Country is a short work of travel writing penned by author Barbara M Webb. Part entertaining travel read and part actual guidebook, the premise and purpose of the work is for the author to document what happened...

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Silent Spring - Deadly Autumn of the Vietnam War

By Patrick Hogan

For the rest of the world, the Vietnam War is over. For the soldiers who fought in it, no matter what their role, it will never be over. Silent Spring: Deadly Autumn of the Vietnam War is described by author and Vietnam veteran Patrick Hogan...

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Steering Through It

Navigating Life-Threatening Illness Acceptance, Survival and Healing
By Lynn McLaughlin

Steering Through It: Navigating Life-Threatening Illness, Acceptance, Survival and Healing is a powerful book by Lynn McLaughlin with beautiful illustrations by Sari Richter. It is a book on dealing with life-threatening illnesses. The news wasn't anything the author had expected and it was shocking...

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Second Chance

By Gang Luo, Lee Stone (Translator and Contributor)

Second Chance is a nonfiction health and wellness memoir written by Gang Luo with Lee Stone as a translator and contributor. Gang Luo was born during the Second Sino-Japanese War, in 1939. The Sichuan province where he grew up was a lush and fertile mountain...

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Surviving the Firehouse

A Rookies Guide to Surviving the Firehouse and Fire Department Life
By Mauro Porcelli

Surviving the Firehouse is a work of non-fiction and an educational work by author Mauro Porcelli, who gives his real life experiences over in the self-described ‘A Rookie's Guide to Surviving the Firehouse and Fire Department Life. After twenty-five years of experience in this field,...

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Spirits of the Wilderness

By Keith M. Sheehan

Spirits of the Wilderness is a nonfiction autobiography written by Keith M. Sheehan. Sheehan’s dad was a Nassau County Police Captain who taught firearms safety to the new recruits in the Police Academy. He also instilled in both of his sons an interest in, and...

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Steering Through It

Navigating Life-Threatening Illness Acceptance, Survival and Healing
By Lynn McLaughlin

"‘I am sorry to inform you ... an abnormal lesion ... aggressive.’ A brain tumor. A brain tumor the size of a golf ball, growing in my left temporal lobe.” These are the words that spelled out the doom that would forever change the life...

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Sun Night

By E.H. de la Espriella

Sun Night by E.H. de la Espriella is a memoir, telling the story of two boys, Santiago and Sebastian, brothers connected by an exceptionally tight bond. The older one, Sebastian, is sensitive, pensive, and artistic while the younger Santiago is outgoing, athletic, and boisterous yet...

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