The Art of Pranksterism

A Visual Journey with the Merry Pranksters
By Sarah Fisher

The Art of Pranksterism: A Visual Journey with the Merry Pranksters is a short work of non-fiction based around a specific group, penned by author Sarah Fisher. Examining the culture of the deliberately odd and different, this book celebrates the rejection of conventional society through...

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Two Years of Wonder

A Memoir
By Ted Neill

To live in this environment today, you must pray because every day there is so much tragedy and abuse infiltrating our world, regardless if you are an elderly person, woman, or child. Two Years of Wonder: A Memoir by Ted Neill will take you on...

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The Weight of a Feather

A Mother's Journey through the Opiate Addiction Crisis
By Lynda Hacker Araoz

The Weight of a Feather: A Mother’s Journey through the Opiate Addiction Crisis by Lynda Hacker Araoz is the touching story of a family that never gives up on their son as he travels the hard road of drug and alcohol abuse and addiction. This...

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The DNA of Democracy

By Richard C. Lyons

The DNA of Democracy by Richard C. Lyons is a wonderful book for readers interested in understanding the origins, evolution, and intrinsic nature of democracy and its nuances. The author takes readers through a historical journey that begins from the faint idea of democracy from...

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The Well-Balanced Family

Reduce Screen Time and Increase Family Fun, Fitness and Connectedness
By Robert F Myers

The modern American family tends to struggle with the balance between home, school, work, and activity demands. The distractions caused by ever-connected screens make the problem worse. The Well-Balanced Family by Dr. Robert Myers has the answers to help restore balance and teach families to...

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Time for the World to Learn From Africa

Hearing Others' Voices
By Ruth Finnegan

Time for the World to Learn From Africa: Hearing Others’ Voices is a work of educational non-fiction intended for students and young people, penned by author and academic Ruth Finnegan. Taking a break from her scholarly work, Finnegan delves deep into the heritage, culture, art...

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The Irreducible Primary

A Dialogue on Nature, Spirituality, and the Human Condition
By Rob Taylor

The Irreducible Primary is a non-fiction consideration of spirituality penned by author Rob Taylor, self-summarized as ‘A Dialogue on Nature, Spirituality, and the Human Condition’. This short work of deep thought considers the relationships we, as humans, have with ourselves as well as aspects such...

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To the Moon and Back

A Childhood Under the Influence
By Lisa Kohn

To the Moon and Back: A Childhood Under the Influence by Lisa Kohn is a gritty memoir of abuse. At an early age, Lisa was exposed to abuse, including cocaine, even received from a judge. It just seemed natural for a child who had no...

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Twins Found in a Box

Adapting to Adoption
By Janine Vance

Twins Found in a Box: Adapting to Adoption by Janine Vance is a spellbinding memoir that chronicles the experience of adopted twins. Jenette and Janine are adopted from Seoul, South Korea by American parents. In this book, the author explores the atmosphere in their...

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The Search for Mother Missing

A Peek Inside International Adoption
By Janine Vance

The Search for Mother Missing by Janine Vance tells the story of international trans-racial adoptees Janine and Jenette Vance who grew up, despite the prejudice, believing they were fully American. It’s only at the age of 25 that they discover they have got green cards,...

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