Accidental Activist

Justice for the Groveland Four
By Josh Venkataraman and Barbara Venkataraman

Accidental Activist: Justice For The Groveland Four by Josh Venkataraman and Barbara Venkataraman is about a case in 1949, in Groveland, Florida, where a white 17-year-old young woman had falsely accused four young African-American men of rape. In 2015, Josh, a 21-year-old University of Florida...

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A Quiet Wisdom

By Peggy Connolly

A Quiet Wisdom by Peggy Connolly is a short, compelling story of motherhood and the relationship between the author and her autistic daughter, a book that is packed with love and wisdom and what it takes to find beauty in the unusual and unexpected circumstances...

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Are Your Kids Naked Online?

How to protect your tech-savvy kids from online self-destruction
By Chris Good and Lisa Good

Are Your Kids Naked Online? is a non-fiction book focusing on parenting in the digital age, penned by co-authors Chris Good and Lisa Good. Self-described as a guide on ‘How to protect your tech-savvy kids from online self-destruction’, this intriguing book goes beyond the exploitative...

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A Tortuous Path

Atonement and Reinvention in a Broken System
By Christopher E Pelloski

A Tortuous Path: Atonement and Reinvention in a Broken System by Christopher E Pelloski is a memoir that will fill every fiber in the reader with emotion. The memoir begins with the sentencing of the protagonist: “The sentence for accession with an attempt to view...

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America Deconstructed

By Chaithanya Sohan, Shaima Adin

America Deconstructed by Chaithanya Sohan and Shaima Adin is filled with real-life stories from professionals who have worked with immigrants to help them with their social competence. In this book, the authors explore what the American dream meant for the people in the stories and...

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A Last Survivor of the Orphan Trains

A Memoir
By William Walters and Victoria Golden

A Last Survivor of the Orphan Trains is a work of memoir non-fiction penned by co-authors William Walters and Victoria Golden. This inspiring tale takes a deep and personal look into the life of William Walters, who was one of the thousands of orphans loaded...

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Another Place Called Home

Surviving Foster Care
By Susan DuMond

Another Place Called Home: Surviving Foster Care by Susan DuMond is a memoir of the author's experience of foster care at The Susquehanna Valley Children's Home from the age of eleven until she left to go to college at the age of 18. This is...

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An Invisible Child

A True Story of Hope for Victims of Abuse
By Lenore Ossen

In the introduction to An Invisible Child: A True Story of Hope for Victims of Abuse, Lenore Ossen writes: “This is a true story. This is my story. This is about a child who grew up in a lonely, isolated world with a mother who...

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Adoption History 101

An Orphan's Research
By Janine Myung Ja

In Adoption History 101: An Orphan's Research, author and adoption rights activist Janine Myung Ja uncovers the ugly underbelly of the modern world-wide adoption industry and recounts some of the heartbreaking and even shocking truths about historical adoption movements and programs. In a well-researched, well-referenced...

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A Lib I Am!

An Adult Reader About Children
By Bill Hunt

In these highly charged days of political division, A Lib I Am! by Bill Hunt pokes fun at liberals with no apology. Decidedly not pro-Trump in concept, this humorous analysis of the stereotypical liberal demonstrates the “I want what I want” attitude associated with the...

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