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REBA: MY STORY

by Reba McEntire & Tom Carter

Country music superstar Reba McEntire describes her Oklahoma childhood as a member of a cattle ranching family, her early days as a performer, her award-winning musical achievements, the tragic loss of her eight...


In a Land Far from Home: A Bengali in Afghanistan

by Syed Ali Mujtaba & Nazes Afroz

An intrepid traveller and a true cosmopolitan, the legendary Bengali writer Syed Mujtaba Ali from Sylhet (in erstwhile East Bengal, now Bangladesh) spent a year and a half teaching in Kabul from 1927 to 1929....


Comfort from a Country Quilt: Finding New Inspiration and Strength in Old-Fashioned Values

by Reba McEntire

The New York Times Bestseller That Reads Like a Back-Porch Conversation with Reba!

In a dazzling career, Reba McEntire has become a true country superstar--and a trailblazing businesswoman with her own multimedia...


Mrs. Lee's Rose Garden: The True Story of the Founding of Arlington National Cemetery

by Carlo Devito

Mrs. Lee’s Rose Garden is an intimate retelling of Arlington National Cemetery’s tragic beginnings, and sheds new light on this profound chapter in American history.

Mrs. Lee’s Rose Garden is the intensely...


30,000 Leagues Undersea: True Tales of a Submariner and Deep Submergence Pilot

by Tom Vetter

Journey with me into the abyss, a world far more dangerous than space! What's this book about? Life. Death. Imminent danger. Unexpected reprieve. Victory. Defeat. Success. Failure. Thermo-nuclear war. True love....


Four Waifs on our Doorstep

by Trisha Merry

At eleven o' clock one night in 1997, four hungry, damaged young children arrive on foster carers Trisha and Mike Merry's doorstep. Two social workers dropped them off with nothing but the ragged clothes they...


I'll Tell Them I Remember You

by William Peter Blatty

This is Blatty's story of his youth in Manhattan, and of his Lebanese mother who became a single parent with five children in the 1930s.


The Outskirts of Hope: A Memoir of the 1960s Deep South

by Jo Ivester

A moving, inspirational memoir about how living and working in an all-black town during the height of the civil rights movement profoundly affected the author's entire family-and how they in turn impacted the...


Harem Years: The Memoirs of an Egyptian Feminist, 1879-1924

by Huda Shaarawi & Margot Badran

Married at 13 against her wishes, Shaarawi grew up to be an early leader of Egypt's feminist movement.


Pigs in Clover: Or How I Accidentally Fell in Love with the Good Life

by Simon Dawson

This is the true story of a Londoner who gives up his job as an estate agent in the city, moves to the wilds of Exmoor, starts a smallholding and becomes self-sufficient, with a few bumps along the way. Simon's...


Unseen Arms

by Amy Brooks & Jeff Ferris

Unseen Arms Can you imagine being born without arms or legs? What would be the quality of your life? How would you cope? What would your attitude or personality be like? How about the depth of your humor, the...


Silent Running: Our Family's Journey to the Finish Line with Autism

by Robyn K. Schneider & Kate Hopper

Running is a way of life for the Schneider family, but not in the same way as it is for most runners. Twin brothers Alex and Jamie Schneider are severely autistic—they are nonverbal and when anxiety takes...


Tommy Lasorda: My Way

by Colin Gunderson & Joe Torre

Tommy Lasorda believed that winning wasn't about being the best, but about believing you are the best and that philosophy runs throughout Tommy Lasorda: My Way. Author Colin Gunderson takes readers through Lasorda's...


Ben Hogan: The Myths Everyone Knows, the Man No One Knew

by Tim Scott

Ben Hogan’s accomplishments on the golf course are the stuff of legends, but his life off it was exceedingly private. In this biography, author Tim Scott demonstrates why such public perception was not representative...


Compound Cinematics: Akira Kurosawa and I

by Shinobu Hashimoto

Any list of Japan's greatest screenplay writers would feature Shinobu Hashimoto at or near the top. This memoir, focusing on his collaborations with Akira Kurosawa, a gifted scenarist in his own right, offers...


Mega Weird: Stories from the Anxiety-Ridden Mind of Nicholas Megalis

by Nicholas Megalis & Tom Megalis

A collection of hilarious short stories from twenty-five year old Internet sensation Nicholas Megalis on his distinctively weird life and childhood, fully illustrated by Tom Megalis, his celebrated artist and...


Unabrow: Misadventures of a Late Bloomer

by Una LaMarche

In between highbrow and lowbrow, there’s Unabrow.

 

"Take the cast of ‘Bridesmaids,’ add a dash of pre-pubescent Eugene Levy, and you have the humor stylings of Una LaMarche."-- Ann Imig, founder of...


Khomeini

by Baqer Moin

The Ayatollah Khomeini was the most radical Muslim leader of this age. In transforming himself from a traditional Muslim theologian into the charismatic Iranian ruler who took on the world, Khomeini launched...


Over the Bridge: An Essay in Autobiography

by Richard Church

Over the Bridge, the first volume of Richard Church's personal essays, originally published in 1955, takes the reader through the poet's Edwardian childhood adventures. With his detailed descriptions and insightful...


From Dunbar to Destiny: One Woman's Journey Through Desegregation and Beyond

by Shirley R. Sprinkles

This book chronicles the life of a black woman who was raised in Tucson, Arizona during the 1940's and early 1950's when public schools, public accommodations, as well as most other public entities, were racially...