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Non-Fiction

The Act of Marriage, by Tim and Beverly LaHaye, has been my go-to gift for bridal showers for years. I was delighted to discover a version of the book for those who are of a more mature age. The seque…
Why We Fought details seven true stories that took place during World War II. Each account features fierce bravery, incredible feats, and huge sacrifices that saved lives and helped end the war. The m…
If you are looking for a hands-on, practical approach to habits, then this is the book for you.  This books is not science-y, like The Power of Habit, and that is articulated from the get-go…
Unspeakable: The Tulsa Race Massacre briefly tells the story of the destruction of the wealthiest black neighborhood in the early 20th century. Though this is event is one in which hundreds of people …
All Thirteen: The Incredible Cave Rescue of the Thai Boys’ Soccer Team lives up to the “incredible” in its subtitle. The rescue, the people who made it possible, and the boys who were strand…
The Civil War is notorious for the sheer number of Americans killed in the conflict. Many stories have been told of the men killed in battle, but it is less common to read about the other side of the …
The Book of Dares challenges teen boys to become better versions of themselves. This challenge is issued through a series of dares that can be used in any order and with any number of dares. It’s…
Resist!: Peaceful Acts That Changed Our World gives young readers an overview of the history of civil disobedience and the importance of standing up for what is right. The book contains short bio…
1789 is a book composed of a series of essays grouped around four different topics.  The authors of these essays are varied in background and provide differing viewpoints on historical event…
The struggle with anxiety seems rampant and real among today's upcoming generation so this title seemed particularly relevant.  The author, Jodi Aman, writes in a conversational style with plenti…
Born a Crime may be the quintessential memoir: the format, the timeline structure, the mix of personal with cultural observations were all perfectly interlaced.  This is not a biography; it …
Temple Grandin wrote this book to curious children with a desire to become inventors. This book covers areas of flight, optical illusions, things made of wood, things made of paper, pulleys and levers…
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