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  • I, Dragonfly: A Memoir of Recovery and Flight

    by Kerrie Baldwin
    This groundbreaking memoir unveils the light and shadows of anorexia recovery as an adult--from what it requires to what it can ultimately deliver. In this chronicle of the perilous journey between choosing recovery and ultimately reaching remission, Kerrie faces years of pain and exhaustion in her limbs, a body expanding to proportions beyond her expectation, the unraveling of her marriage, and a new understanding of weight and health that rises far above society's misconceptions.
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    by Regina Anavy
    An inspirational story about a woman who embraces a challenge to help a Cuban man change his destiny. Together, they struggle to overcome political and cultural obstacles, as they create a family bond and transform despair into hope. The narrative will resonate with anyone who has helped someone escape from oppression, and anyone who has had to leave home in order to have a future. The story shows how love, cooperation, and perseverance can change lives. The reader will come away with a renewed ... more
  • In Search of Lost Lives

    by Michael Goddart
  • Not Exactly Love: A Memoir

    by Jewel Hart
    It was 1969, and all the rules were changing, when Betty, a woefully single French teacher on Long Island, met the handsome but edgy new teacher at her school, a hippie just back from Woodstock. His vitality opened up a new world to her―but when they married, his rages turned against her, and often ended with physical violence. Like millions of women who discover they’ve married an abusive man, Betty was forced to make daily decisions―to suppress her feelings or risk confrontation, to keep it se... more
  • The Last Road Rebel and Other Lost Stories

    by robert gilberg
    Gilberg delivers a debut memoir about coming-of-age in 1950s Ohio. The author serves as a guide to the seemingly quintessential Midwestern town of New Bremen. He shows readers a time and place in which everyone seemed to know their neighbors, from the doctors who made house calls to the farmers who needed extra help in hay season. Hardwood trees stood in abundance, so that “riding a bicycle down most of the town’s streets was like going through quiet, leafy, shady, green tunnels.” Of course, ... more
  • Confessions of a Private Eye: My Thirty Years Investigating Cheaters, Frauds, Missing Persons and Crooks

    by Scott Fulmer
    Discover what it's really like to be a Private Investigator from one of the top Private Eyes in the country. Confessions of a Private Eye offers an accurate behind-the-scenes look at the real-life cases of celebrated Private Investigator and Super Sleuth, Scott B. Fulmer. Join Fulmer as he reflects on thrilling investigative career, spanning almost three decades, detailing, in breathtaking detail, investigations involving kidnapped children, missing diamonds and insurance scams. Discover how he ... more
  • Ashes in the Ocean: A Son's Story of Living Through and Learning from His Father's Suicide

    by Sebastian Slovin
    Vernon Slovin was a legend—one of the best swimmers in his home country of South Africa, and for a time in the world. He prided himself on being the best—in sports, business, and life. He had it all, a big home, athletic prestige, fancy clothes and cars, and a beautiful wife and family. Everything was going his way until it all came tumbling down. He lost everything, including his own life. In the wake of his suicide he left his wife and two young children. In this riveting memoir, Vernon’s ... more
  • Courageous Warriors

    by Lee F.Satterfield
    This book is about courageous warriors and how they adjust to setbacks, make greater comebacks, and overcome extraordinary obstacles to live, inspire, and in some cases, lead. In it you will meet people who have adjusted to the changing conditions of life ranging from life-threatening health challenges and serious disability to challenges related to being victimized by crime. You will see how a positive attitude helped these individuals adjust to the changing conditions in their lives and not su... more
  • Gathering No Moss

    by Don Feeney
    Don Feeney has seen it all. As a diplomat working for the United States, he served in embassies and consulates around the world. As an air force officer, he had some daring exploits of varying levels of sanity and sophistication. He?s lived, worked, and played in more than fifty countries on five continents. In his memoir Gathering No Moss, Feeney recalls his three-decade trip down the wild, weird, and surprising journeys of his life. A somewhat reluctant traveler, he conveys the heavy burden of... more
  • Watching Their Dance: Three Sisters, a Genetic Disease and Marrying Into a Family at Risk for Huntington's

    by Therese Crutcher-Marin
    Would you marry the man you adored if you knew he had a chance of inheriting one of the cruelest diseases on earth? Therese Crutcher is not a risk taker. Through meticulous planning, she eliminates as much uncertainty from her life as she can. Yet during her senior year of college, blithely planning to marry her beloved John Marin, she is suddenly thrown into turmoil when John’s sisters announce they finally know what killed their mother, institutionalized when her four children were all under ... more
  • Fundamentals Of Music Theory

    by Marina Crutchley
    Little Musicians UK has pulled together useful notes, diagrams and tips to help your child understand the basic elements of music theory
  • Son of a Predator

    by David Davis
    BASED ON ACTUAL EVENTS and inspired by the #METOO and Times Up movements. This book was written to show other victims that they are not alone. It also hopes to expose the techniques predators use that allow them to continue to "get away with it." FROM THE BACK OF THE BOOK JACKET: How far would you go to protect your family from a deeply painful truth? All David's life, he was treated as if he were expendable. Raised by a doctor who valued wealth, education and social status abo... more
  • An Inexplicable Attraction: My Fifty Years of Ocean Sailing

    by Eric Forsyth
    Sailing well into his eighties, Captain Eric Forsyth shows that age need not be a barrier to an adventurous retirement. His love of ocean sailing was ignited in 1964 when he crossed the Atlantic with his wife, Edith, crewing aboard a friend’s 46-foot boat. For more than fifty years, mostly aboard his sturdy cutter Fiona, Forsyth has cruised the oceans of the world, making voyages that included two circumnavigations of the globe, cruises through the Northwest Passage and to the Baltic, and seve... more
  • Horses, Heartache & Healing

    by Elizabeth Denniss
    Horses, Heartache and Healing is an authentic story written from the heart by a woman with great depth and wisdom. The story of wild born horses, rescued from drought and certain death is a fascinating tale. Elizabeth takes the reader on a first hand journey to Outback Australia and then into another realm of healing, growth and personal development through the way of the horse. In sharing her experiences - the joy, laughter and tears - Elizabeth explains how equine facilitated learning offers u... more
  • Horses, Heartache & Healing

    by Elizabeth Denniss
    Horses, Heartache and Healing is an authentic story written from the heart by a woman with great depth and wisdom. The story of wild born horses, rescued from drought and certain death is a fascinating tale. Elizabeth takes the reader on a first hand journey to Outback Australia and then into another realm of healing, growth and personal development through the way of the horse. In sharing her experiences - the joy, laughter and tears - Elizabeth explains how equine facilitated learning offers u... more
  • A Last Survivor of the Orphan Trains, a memoir

    by Victoria Golden

    Homeless at age four, he chose an extraordinary path through nine decades of U.S. history...  From 1854 to the early 1930s, the American Orphan Trains transported an estimated 250,000 children from the streets and orphanages of the East Coast into homes in the emerging West. Unfortunately, families waiting for the trains weren’t always dreams come true—often they were nightmares. William Walters was little more than a toddler when his sister deposite... more

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