The Geography of Belonging

A Love Story
By Oriane Lee Johnston

The Geography of Belonging: A Love Story by Oriane Lee Johnston is one the best books I’ve read this year. It is a smart and conscious book, written by a woman aware of who she is, the natural world around us, and the socio-political realities...

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The Enchanted Suitcase

A Window Onto My German Father's World War II Life
By Helga Warren

The Enchanted Suitcase: A Window onto My German Father's World War II Life by Helga Warren is a revealing account of one German soldier's life. Compiled from both handwritten letters and the two memoirs he had written, Warren has pieced together the previously untold story...

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The Sun Express

27 Stations to Redemption
By Pilar Velez

The Sun Express: 27 Stations to Redemption by Pilar Velez is based on the author's experiences. The book opens as the protagonist Corinthia moves into her grandmother's house in the City of Cali. She grows up surrounded by grief and violence. As she moves out,...

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The Gambia

The Smiling Coast
By Terry Lister

The Gambia: The Smiling Coast by Terry Lister introduces the reader to the West African nation. Terry retired as an MP in Bermuda but continued his international travel. As he journeys, he writes about the various countries he visits. The writing and descriptions are superb....

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The Writing Party

By Ken Waldman

The recollections of a writing teacher and poet, The Writing Party by Ken Waldman, is not what you might think at first. It’s not dull. The situations he chose to retell – of unfairly critical writing professors and their exact opposites – lead the reader...

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The Second Coming of Jesus

By Pura Regalado

Trapped in an unhappy marriage and faced with the sad reality of three children to cater to by herself, Pura Regalado draws inner strength from an unforgettable encounter with Jesus to turn her life around. She comes close to defeat when she nearly succumbs to...

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The Computer Wasn't in the Basement Anymore

My Fifty + Years on Education Technology (1970-2021)
By Anthony G. Picciano

The Computer Wasn't in the Basement Anymore: My Fifty + Years on Education Technology (1970-2021) contains insights from Anthony G. Picciano's journey of more than 50 years in the field of education technology and his activities in six public colleges in New York. Some of...

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The Open Book

A Family Memoir of Adventure, Trauma, and Resilience
By Roselle Madrone

The Open Book: A Family Memoir of Adventure, Trauma, and Resilience is told using the voices of three women: Roselle “Rosie” Madrone, Robin Detmer, and Kris Dutter. Kris, the mother of Roselle and Robin, embraces the dream of building a life outside the confines of...

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The Twins Dedication & Inspiration

By Dr. Khaled Elbehiery & Dr. Hussam Elbehiery

The Twins Dedication and Inspiration is the autobiography of Dr. Khaled Elbehiery and Dr. Hussam Elbehiery. The twins are referred to as Ken and Sam, respectively. Success does not come overnight because it always involves a treacherous journey. The twins talk about the struggles they...

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This Arab Life

A Generation’s Journey Into Silence
By Amal Ghandour

Born of Lebanese parents and having spent most of her formative years in Jordan from the 1960s through to the early twenty-first century, Amal Ghandour was part of a generation that saw and experienced the unsparing tide of Arab politics and its unhappy consequences. Amal’s...

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