The Deprived

Innocent on Death Row
By Steffen Hou

Warning: Reading Steffen Hou's The Deprived: Innocents on Death Row might destroy any trust you have in the justice system. It might destroy your confidence in the integrity of those who purport to work toward making our society a safer and better place for all....

Readers’ Favorite Award Winner

Award Winner

Participates in Review Exchange Program

Review Exchange

Participates in Book Donation Program

Book Donation

Transitioning Into Womanhood

Journey to self-realization
By Codisha R. Matthews

In Transitioning Into Womanhood, Codisha R. Matthews offers advice to women on a wide spectrum of issues and different sides of womanhood. From personal growth to understanding and growing in financial capacities while adopting and maintaining healthy habits, Matthews delves into every aspect that will...

Participates in Review Exchange Program

Review Exchange

Participates in Book Donation Program

Book Donation

Till Death Do Us Part

By Melody L. Barksdale

This is the story of Envy and Lionel, a relationship that began when she was a vulnerable sixteen-year-old girl and lasted over thirty years. There is a rich and varied cast of characters that enter their lives and play their part but essentially this is...

Participates in Review Exchange Program

Review Exchange

Participates in Book Donation Program

Book Donation

The Wealth Elite

A Groundbreaking Study of the Psychology of the Super Rich
By Dr. Rainer Zitelmann

The Wealth Elite: A Groundbreaking Study of the Psychology of the Super Rich by Dr. Rainer Zitelmann is a non-fiction book or rather a study on what makes some of the world’s wealthiest self-made millionaires stand out from other people, and what are their common...

Participates in Book Donation Program

Book Donation

They Must Be Monsters

A Modern-Day Witch Hunt - The untold story behind the McMartin phenomenon: the longest, most expensive criminal case in U.S. history
By Matthew LeRoy and Deric Haddad

They Must Be Monsters: A Modern-Day Witch Hunt by Matthew LeRoy and Deric Haddad is the true story of the McMartin preschool trial and the phenomena that surrounded the longest and most expensive criminal case in U.S. history during the 1980s. A sinister and frightening...

Readers’ Favorite Award Winner

Award Winner

Participates in Review Exchange Program

Review Exchange

Participates in Book Donation Program

Book Donation

The Abstinence Myth

By Adi Jaffe

The Abstinence Myth by Adi Jaffe is a refreshing and eye-opening way to look at addiction and how to get on top of it for good! What will surprise readers most, and might be obvious from the title, is that Dr. Jaffe doesn’t necessarily espouse...

Participates in Review Exchange Program

Review Exchange

Participates in Book Donation Program

Book Donation

Thin, and I

A Memoir
By Andrijka O. Keller

Thin, and I: A Memoir is written by Andrijka O. Keller. Keller was fifteen years old when her parents and the school nurse decided that she should go into a rehabilitation program. Her grades were above normal, and her attitudes about school were just fine....

Readers’ Favorite Award Winner

Award Winner

Participates in Review Exchange Program

Review Exchange

Participates in Book Donation Program

Book Donation

The Little Book of Character Strengths

By June C Rousso

The Little Book of Character Strengths by June Rousso, Ph. D. encourages the reader to explore beyond their natural tendencies to go with the status quo. The development of this book came from the VIA Classification of Character Strengths, where author Rousso presents it in...

Participates in Review Exchange Program

Review Exchange

Participates in Book Donation Program

Book Donation

Thirteen Ways to Talk About Thirteen Reasons Why

A Parent’s Guide – How to Have Effective Conversations with Teens about the Netflix Series
By Stephanie Kreml

Thirteen Ways To Talk About Thirteen Reasons Why: A Parent’s Guide — How to Have Effective Conversations with Teens about the Netflix Series by Stephanie Kreml, MD is an insightful and thought provoking read that revolves around the show 13 Reasons Why, the series on...

Participates in Review Exchange Program

Review Exchange

Participates in Book Donation Program

Book Donation

Too Much Love Is Not Enough

A Memoir of Silence of Childhood Sexual Abuse
By Rosenna Bakari

Too Much Love Is Not Enough: A Memoir of Silence of Childhood Sexual Abuse by Rosenna Bakari is a memoir that looks at the silent suffering of a woman who experienced sexual abuse and trauma in her childhood, and who was coerced into silence by...

Readers’ Favorite Award Winner

Award Winner

Participates in Book Donation Program

Book Donation