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  • ¡Un doctor por favor!: Why We Need More Hispanic Physicians In The U.S., and Why You Should Be One Of Them

    by Paola Mina-Osorio
    Authored by a Hispanic doctor and scientist, ¡Un Doctor, Por Favor! was inspired by a Hispanic student who was told by her school counselor that she was “not college material.” This real-life story, which is followed in the book, is but one example of the difficulties faced by young Hispanics trying to enter the medical field. ¡Un Doctor, Por Favor! provides an overview of the complex health and educational challenges faced by Hispanics in the U.S., and presents it both by the numbers—aggregatin... more
  • Akkad Et Xai: L'Ange Et La Rebelle

    by Danielle Jaworowski
    Jaworowski's French-written Akkad et Xai, published through FriesenPress, is a fiction novel that explores the journey between two interconnected characters, Akkad, a guardian angel and Xai, an old soul living in a much younger body. Their journey, and at times conflicting relationship, represents a larger narrative that highlights the real and serious issue of child suicide. This cautionary tale to parents, educators and health care workers, is as entertaining as it is touching. It highlights t... more

    by Lucia Mann
    The Little Breadwinner is a story of tyrannized, frightened families - mostly poor peasants, indigenous peoples. and child farmworkers whose lives meant nothing to the military death squads during the 1980 to 1992 civil war that ravaged the Central American state of El Salvador. Throughout these pages, you will experience intense trials of courageous survivors with unforgettable characters who yearn for peace, justice, and normalcy. One of the brave people you will meet is Estrella Godwin Lozan... more
  • Freddie's Last Ride

    by Mary Anne Whelan
  • Just Go!: Leave the Treadmill for a World of Adventure

    by Gabrielle and Skip Yetter
    In 2010, Skip and Gabi Yetter quit their jobs, sold their home, gave away most of their possessions and bought one-way tickets to Cambodia. They wanted to see more, do more, experience new things and break away from their traditional lifestyle. Along the way, they met dozens of people like themselves: individuals, couples and families who'd decided to opt out of conventional lifestyles and travel to other parts of the world - whether in midlife or just starting out. Just Go! is about that jou... more
  • The Definitive Guide To Moving To Southeast Asia: CAMBODIA

    by Gabrielle Yetter
    The Definitive Guide to Moving to SouthEast Asia: Cambodia is an insider's advice to discovering all that Cambodia has to offer. It's at once a travel guide and a relocation guide for expats. Written by an expat who moved to and works in Cambodia, this book covers all you need to know to visit or relocate to Cambodia. In these pages, you'll read about the exquisite contrasts of Cambodia. You'll discover places where you can get a massage on the beach or hike through a jungle to a lush waterf... more
  • Do You Believe Jesus?

    by John A Popken
    Do You believe Jesus? presents an alternative theology to those presented by mainstream Christianity. There are thousands of diferent religious groups that profess Christianity. Yet each of them teach their own version of what they believe Jesus taught. Logic screams out at us; they cannot all be right. This book sorts through the multitude of false beliefs and presents the truth about the teaching of Jesus. It does this by excepting as true those things Jesus taught His Apostles. It also shows ... more
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    by Mary Anne Whelan
    The book examines the death of Freddie Gray while in the custody of the Baltimore Police, and the medical and factual evidence of the autopsy information , police investigation and trial of the police officers involved. The following is from a review by Allan H. Ropper, MD: "In a world where superficial and secondary sources of information reign, Dr. Whelan has reviewed thousands of pages of court transcripts, investigative police files, and medical records to provide an unbelievably det... more
  • Crazy Chick: Ramblings of a Mediocre Poet

    by Zari Palomares
    A self-titled crazy chick summarizes her existence so far in a mixture of poems, essays and stories that is just as chaotic as her own mind. Zari Palomares is your typical twenty-something year old that struggles through love and life in this modern world. Her journey takes her to multiple places and leaves a trail of blood, sweat and tears (mostly her own) along the way. This book features minute and honest moments captured through words. She is willing to share to anybody who would like to ... more
  • Battlecry of the Believer

    by Tom Cannon
    America is in trouble – deep trouble. But there is a solution! In ‘Battlecry of the Believer‘ you will learn how the battle for the soul of America can be WON! Learn how you can win battles in your personal life, family, and our nation! ‘Battlecry of the Believer‘ is timely – because the battle is going on now. It’s up to us to determine what our next step will be! In this important book, you will learn how you can wage war in the spiritual realm, and win the battles we now are facing! Are you r... more

    by AMIR JOY
    Morality... Have you ever stopped in your tracks and just wondered what exactly is morality? Of course, morality is what separates us, humans, from animals, right? But then, why do some animals act in such ways that might be described as moral? For instance, chimpanzee will tend to share his food with his peer instead of taking the share for himself. Even rats would choose to save his fellow caged rat instead of choosing to obtain food. Are these moral acts or merely animalistic instincts? If th... more
  • On the Origin and Destiny of the Soul

    by Charles Leopardo
    What is the origin of the human soul; and what is its destiny?” Beginning with this crucial question, award-winning screenwriter and artist Charles Leopardo draws upon his experience and knowledge of ancient wisdom traditions to construct a metaphysical support for belief in spiritual resurrection. Illustrated with examples of his art created over half a century, this book is the result of Leopardo’s intensive ten year study of Judeo-Christian beliefs about afterlife. The author argues fo... more
  • The Adventures of Ivy and Kimber

    by Kimber Snyder
    The Adventures of Ivy and Kimber is a true story that tells how a pony with handicaps and this little girl became best friends through patience and time. The Adventures of Ivy and Kimber is filled with examples of positive morals, and it teaches children to care for pets the very best they can. It also shows that waiting for something you want can seem to take forever but it is worth it. At the end of the book they're blessed with an extra-special surprise.
  • Wise Tales From the Jewish World: The Essential Collection

    by Uri Kaplan
    This book contains fifty-five of the most enlightening and amusing fables the Jewish tradition has to offer. It includes ancient stories taken from the Talmud and the Midrash, as well as more recent tales borrowed from the charismatic rabbis of the Hassidic Movement. Reading these tales will not only teach you about Judaism but will also inspire you to ponder life and death, and anything in between. If you take them seriously, these stories may make a real impact on the way you view your life.
  • My Mix Is Beautiful and So Are You

    by J. Criss
    Join Julianna as she shares her views on being biracial and loves who she is. She knows that true beauty comes from within. She believes in herself and she believes in you too!
  • Into the Carpathians: A Journey Through the Heart and History of East Central Europe (Part 2: The Western Mountains)

    by Alan E. Sparks
    The journey continues in Part 2 of Into the Carpathians. Still on the trail of wolves, we are now led into the western Carpathian Mountains and the Sudetes of Slovakia, Poland, and the Czech Republic. As we explore the misty hills, mysterious forests, and intriguing history of this fabled landscape, encounters with wolves, bears, and lynx; lumberjacks, shepherds, and recluses; poets, tyrants, and saints; sprites, spirits, and witches; and such ancient peoples as Neanderthals, Celts, and Quadi, a... more