The Art of Respect

By Cody Mark Hawkes

In The Art of Respect by Cody Mark Hawkes, treating others with the dignity and respect they deserve begins with your own state of mind. If you cannot accept, love, and respect yourself it will be difficult for others to accept, love, and respect you....

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A Black Rose Thrived

By Rochelle Richey

A Black Rose Thrived by Rochelle Richey introduces readers to a little girl who is on the receiving end of her parents' dysfunctional relationship and which in turn haunts her and follows her throughout her entire life. The memoir chronicles her ups and downs, her...

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The Overly Honest Teacher

Parenting Advice from the Classroom
By Meredith Essalat

The Overly Honest Teacher: Parenting Advice from the Classroom by Meredith Essalat is an insightful and thought-provoking book that will guide parents to prioritize their children, set boundaries and realistic goals, and accept and love children as they learn and grow. The author's experience as...

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A Sliver of a Chance

Insights and Observations of a Canadian Immigrant
By Brian Sankarsingh

A Sliver of a Chance: Insights and Observations of a Canadian Immigrant by Brian Sankarsingh is a short collection of poetry of the very highest order. Sankarsingh covers the full gamut of the human condition in his poems, even switching styles from time to time...

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The Rain May Pass

By Alan Shayne

The Rain May Pass is a nonfiction gay, coming of age memoir written by Alan Shayne. They had always gone to Cape Cod for the summer. It was something Alan remembered as an integral part of his life growing up. The small house in the...

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Brain Drops

A Humanistic Approach Toward A Positive Existence
By Jeannie Tyrrell

Brain Drops: A Humanistic Approach Towards A Positive Existence by Jeannie Tyrrell is a fascinating book that will take readers on a different kind of journey. The memoir is also the author's personal journey of getting out of her detrimental escapism that ended up being...

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Prison From The Inside Out

One Man's Journey From A Life Sentence to Freedom
By William Mecca Elmore, Susan Simone

Prison From the Inside Out by William ‘Mecca’ Elmore and Susan Simone is subtitled ‘One Man’s Journey From a Life Sentence to Freedom’. It is the story of William Elmore’s journey from a challenging world that presented him with irresistible temptations to mistakes, trial, prison,...

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Unshattered Hope

When It All Seemed To Crumble, Hope Remained
By Valencia Lorissaint

Unshattered Hope: When It All Seemed to Crumble, Hope Remained by Valencia Lorissaint is a story of resilience and fighting. It is the story of the author as she got control of her life when everything seemed lost. Valencia is Haitian and lived in the...

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Hidden in Berlin

A Holocaust Memoir
By Evelyn Joseph Grossman

Hidden in Berlin by Evelyn Joseph Grossman is a riveting Holocaust memoir. Evelyn Grossman tells the story through the eyes of her mother and father, Lilo and Ernst, and her own research about the tragic era of Hitler’s evil regime. We all know the history,...

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It's Me

By Jeff Kubiak

Discover how children react to their lives as they navigate difficult social issues in the young adult book, It’s Me by Jeff Kubiak. Prejudices run rampant in our society, and tragically this reflects on our children and how they view their world. Whether a person...

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