I Remember New Orleans and Other Treasures

By Gerry Lites Watkins

The stories contained in I Remember New Orleans and Other Treasures read like vignettes or cultural and historical time capsules. In the first story, the author, Gerry Lites Watkins, shares memories of her early years in New Orleans while living with an aunt. Another one...

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Ciao! We're in Africa

By Marisa Parker

Ciao! We're in Africa is a nonfiction biography written by Marisa Parker, which is the sequel to her first book, Goodbye to Italia, that narrated the early lives of the author’s parents; Maria, known as Iucci, and Eugenio Piergiovanni. Her father had fought in the...

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Spirit of the Wind

A Woman's View of Sailing Across the Ocean
By Bunny Throckmorton

Spirit of the Wind: A Woman's View of Sailing Across the Ocean by Bunny Throckmorton is an adventurous journey taken by a group of five people who knew nothing about sailing across the Pacific Ocean, from Guam to San Francisco. The author chronicles her funny,...

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Dancing with Death

An Epic and Inspiring Travel Adventure
By Jean-Philippe Soulé

Dancing With Death is billed as ‘An Epic and Inspiring Travel Adventure.’ It is most certainly that. The dancing with death element, however, seems to be due in equal parts to the bold adventurism of its co-authors, Jean-Philippe Soulé and Luke Shullenberger, and their often...

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If Passports Could Talk

By Crystal Y. Brown-Battle

If some people are born with their traveling shoes on, Crystal Y. Brown-Battle is surely one of them. If Passports Could Talk chronicles her expeditions to over sixty countries and all seven continents over a period of thirty-two years. Inspired by her grandmother, begun in...

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Backpacking My Style

By Cristina Grau

Backpacking My Style: How to See the World on a Budget by Cristina Grau is a fabulous book that will take readers on a fascinating journey with the author to the sixteen countries she visited on a budget without many expenses. As readers go to...

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Explore Brazil: 12 Key Facts

By Todd Kortemeier

Explore Brazil: 12 Key Facts is an educational publication by Todd Kortemeier targeted at children in grades 3 - 6. Part of the Country Profiles series, it provides young readers with highlights on the geography, environment, history, government, economy, infrastructure, culture, education, health, science and...

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Demystifying the French

How to Love Them, and Make Them Love You
By Janet Hulstrand

Demystifying the French: How to Love Them, and Make Them Love You by Janet Hulstrand is an engaging book that discusses how to do a better job of dealing with the French. The first part of the book gives five essential tips that are necessary...

On the Wallaby Track

Essential Australian Words and Phrases (Woman Alone Series Book 1)
By Laine Cunningham

On the Wallaby Track: Essential Australian Words and Phrases (Woman Alone Series Book 1) by Laine Cunningham is an entertaining guide that gives some interesting information about Australia, its culture, the English language spoken with an Aussie slang, and the essence of this beautiful country...

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Crocodiles and Kaleko

Dangers and Designer Clothes in the Solomon Islands
By Paula Henriksen

Crocodiles and Kaleko: Dangers and Designer Clothes in the Solomon Islands is an entertaining and informative memoir. Paula Henriksen arrived in the Solomon Islands in 2010 to manage a multi-million-dollar health program for the Australian Agency for International Development as part of a multi-national peacekeeping...

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