Renegade Women in Film & TV

By Elizabeth Weitzman

Renegade Women in Film & TV, written by Elizabeth Weitzman and illustrated by Austen Claire Clements, shares the history of women in television that paved the way for women today. Possibly one of the most important female roles in studio comedy, discover the life of...

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Restore Trust

Economic Solutions to Social and Political Issues in the U.S.
By Werner Neff

For a long time, the United States has been considered a country of endless opportunities. People thought about it as a place of freedom and democracy. Unfortunately, things have changed in the past few decades. Now, many American citizens are increasingly disappointed with their country....

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Reimagining Adoption

What Adoptees Seek from Families and Faith
By Sally Ankerfelt, M. Div., Gayle H. Swift

Reimagining Adoption: What Adoptees Seek from Families and Faith by Sally Ankerfelt, M.Div. and Gayle H. Swift, CPC throws light on how children thrive in their adoptive families. This book will help readers understand how to become better Christian parents, how to clarify Christian adoption...

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Resurrection Lily

The BRCA Gene, Hereditary Cancer & Lifesaving Whispers from the Grandmother I Never Knew
By Amy Byer Shainman

Because of her family history, a woman begins to realize she has a very high chance of developing breast and ovarian cancer. Being the competitive yet sympathetic person she is, she takes steps to take control of the situation and to create a record for...

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Red Scare in the Green Mountains

The McCarthy Era in Vermont 1946-1960
By Rick Winston

Red Scare in the Green Mountains: The McCarthy Era in Vermont 1946-1960 is a nonfiction historical work written by Rick Winston. Winston is a long-time resident of the Green Mountain state who, while volunteering to do research for a 1988 conference on the McCarthy Era,...

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Reflections

Thoughts from a Social Transplant
By Choi

Life is challenging and these challenges are different for each person. Our experiences shape us into who we are. In Reflections: Thoughts from a Social Transplant by Choi, the reader may be able to not only take a journey with the author but see themselves...

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Running with Chickens

Essays ... with a Lot of Ellipses
By Steve Peak

Steve Peak’s Running with Chickens is a humorous and entertaining read of one man’s journey of leaving his 20’s and awakening one day to the responsibilities of adulthood. Peak defines the stages of transitioning from one’s 20’s to their 30’s that all millennials can relate...

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Resisting the Challenges of the 21st Century

How Much Extra Does No Cheese Cost?
By Rembert N Parker

In Resisting the Challenges of the 21st Century by Rembert N Parker, he points out many little quirks about the modern world. In a world of automation, it seems there is little room for maneuvering if things are not programmed into the all-powerful computer. The...

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Rise and Decline

Where We Are and What We Can Do About It
By Bruce D. Thatcher

Rise and Decline: Where We Are and What We Can Do About It by Bruce D. Thatcher is a timely book that explores the political crisis in the US. As the saying goes, “What goes up must come down,” so every nation that rises must...

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Rich Nation, Poor Nation

Why Some Nations Prosper While Others Fail
By Robert Genetski

Rich Nation, Poor Nation, subtitled Why Some Nations Prosper While Others Fail, is a compelling work on the positive aspects of Free Market Economics. The author, Robert Genetski, takes the basic wealth of nations as his baseline and demonstrates through statistical evidence and cogent argument...

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